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Fury (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Steven Price

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1
April, 1945
Steven Price
4:15
2
The War Is Not Over
Steven Price
1:48
3
Fury Drives Into Camp
Steven Price
1:51
4
Refugees
Steven Price
2:42
5
Ambush
Steven Price
2:07
6
The Beetfield
Steven Price
7:59
7
Airfight
Steven Price
3:05
8
The Town Square
Steven Price
2:18
9
The Apartment
Steven Price
0:59
10
Emma
Steven Price
2:36
11
Tiger Battle
Steven Price
6:18
12
On The Lookout
Steven Price
3:04
13
This Is My Home
Steven Price
3:43
14
Machine
Steven Price
3:22
15
Crossroads
Steven Price
8:06
16
Still In This Fight
Steven Price
3:39
17
I'm Scared Too
Steven Price
3:46
18
Wardaddy
Steven Price
2:39
19
Norman
Steven Price
2:51
Total Playing Time    67:08
Fury is the first movie soundtrack from British composer Steven Price since his Academy Award win for Gravity. Written and directed by David Ayer, the screenwriter of Training Day, the film is a World War II drama starring Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Varese Sarabande Studio Masters

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