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Distance Between Dreams (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Junkie XL

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1
Stranded
Junkie XL
5:53
2
The Shore
Junkie XL
9:57
3
The Workx
Junkie XL
6:26
4
Always Ready
Junkie XL
5:17
5
Dark Beaches
Junkie XL
8:20
6
Dark Blue Hours
Junkie XL
7:45
7
Deep Cut
Junkie XL
3:58
8
Distant Lights
Junkie XL
4:31
9
Increasing Vibes
Junkie XL
5:51
10
Jaws
Junkie XL
3:58
11
Wavey Waters
Junkie XL
4:49
Total Playing Time    66:45
Distance Between Dreams captures the energy of one of the most historic surf seasons on record through surfer Ian Walsh’s eyes, pairing vivid cinematography with an immersive custom score by Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg). The Grammy-nominated, multiplatinum producer, musician and composer uses a mix of modern sounds and analogue synthesizers with elegance and drama to enhance the visuals of riding big waves. Holkenborg has emerged as one of the most innovative voices in film composition, with movies including Divergent, Mad Max: Fury Road and Deadpool to his credit.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

Track 1 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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