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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | February 27, 2024 |

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  • 1.  	Prologue/Main Title (03:58) 2.  	Ambush And Kidnapping (02:35) 3.  	Captured (02:14) 4.  	Surprise (08:19) 5.  	Sully Runs (04:34) 6.  	Moving Jenny (03:44) 7.  	Matrix Breaks In (03:29) 8.  	Infiltration, Showdown And Finale (14:33)
    1.  	The Trashmen / The Agency (00:46) 2.  	Main Title (03:45) 3.  	The Helicopter arrives (00:55) 4.  	Run to the Shed and Chase (02:38) 5.  	Matrix captured / Jenny tied up (01:50) 6.  	Into the Plane (00:53) 7.  	Don’t disturb my Friend (03:36) 8.  	Matrix hits the Swamp (01:14) 9.  	Matrix walks in the Terminal (00:27) 10.  	Matrix on the Move (00:48) 11.  	Don’t move (06:30) 12.  	Sully starts to run (04:33) 13.  	Drive away from Pier (03:41) 14.  	Matrix breaks Lock (02:13) 15.  	Matrix jumps to Floor (01:40) 16.  	Cut to Val Verde (01:23) 17.  	Matrix climbs up Bank (03:15) 18.  	Soldier gets Pitchfork / Matrix runs up Steps (03:47) 19.  	Arius crashes through Window (03:20) 20.  	Matrix approaches General (00:56) 21.  	Someday, somehow, someone’s gotta pay (04:36) performed by The Power Station  Bonus Tracks: 22.  	Soldier gets Pitchfork (alternate) (01:29) 23.  	Don’t disturb my Friend (alternate) (03:21) 24.  	Don’t disturb my Friend (alternate mix) (03:56)

  • Recording dates dates: 9-13 september 1985,
    Orchestrations: Grieg McRitchie
    Sound engineer: Dan Wallin
    Music editor: Ken Runyon
    Assistant music editor: Thomas A. Carlson
    Flute: Kazu Matsui
    Studio: Studio M et Record Plant, Los Angeles.

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