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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | February 23, 2024 |

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  • 1.  	Main Title (02:23) 2.  	The 'Buck-O' (03:40) 3.  	Unwelcome Visitor (02:02) 4.  	Night Swim (01:47) 5.  	Jerry and Peggy (00:53) 6.  	Trip Upriver (01:56) 7.  	The Humanoids Attack (02:49) 8.  	Jerry's Death (02:02) 9.  	Search for Clues (01:52) 10.  	Strange Catch (01:02) 11.  	The Grotto (03:16) 12.  	Night Prowlers (02:03) 13.  	Final Confrontation (03:01) 14.  	Aftermath and New Birth (02:18) 15.  	End Titles (02:10)

    Other editions of HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP:

      – Cerberus CST 0203
    Format: LP / Release Date: 1981 
    – GNP Crescendo GNPD 8075
    Format: CD / Release Date: 28 August 2001 / UPN 0-5282-48075-2-5
    Also contains music from Battle Beyond The Stars


  • Orchestra conducted by David Newman
    Sound engineer: James Nelson


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