℗ 2021 SUNRISE Music INC.
Duration 31m 35s
Record Label SUNRISE Music Label
Catalogue No. SRM5013003
Release Date November 19, 2021
Genre Soundtracks
 

Artiswitch Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Rasmus Faber

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1.1
Nina, the Apprentice
Rasmus Faber
2:12
1.2
Temptation
Rasmus Faber
1:47
1.3
Nina's Shop
Rasmus Faber
2:43
1.4
To New Encounters
Rasmus Faber
2:06
1.5
Welcoming Invitation
Rasmus Faber
0:40
1.6
"What Do We Do?"
Rasmus Faber
1:08
1.7
Nina's Break
Rasmus Faber
1:22
1.8
Misunderstands
Rasmus Faber
1:13
1.9
Escapism
Rasmus Faber
1:41
1.10
Evaluation from Nina
Rasmus Faber
1:08
1.11
Awareness and Progress
Rasmus Faber
1:27
1.12
What I Like and What I don't Like
Rasmus Faber
2:02
1.13
Compulsory Execution
Rasmus Faber
1:02
1.14
Photographing
Rasmus Faber
1:25
1.15
Counterfeit Peace
Rasmus Faber
1:02
1.16
Mental Confusion
Rasmus Faber
1:35
1.17
An Unsought Truth
Rasmus Faber
0:57
1.18
My Choices
Rasmus Faber
3:21
1.19
A Lonely Past
Rasmus Faber
1:55
1.20
Beat Brighter
Rasmus Faber
0:49
Duration    31m 35s
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – SUNRISE Music Label Studio Masters

Tracks 1-15, 17-19 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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