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Trust (Original Series Soundtrack)

James Lavelle

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC high resolution audio formats

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1.1
Trooper (feat. ESKA)
UNKLE; ESKA
2:43
1.2
Theme from Trust (Shadow Beat / Orchestral Variation)
James Lavelle
4:48
1.3
Low
James Lavelle
4:57
1.4
Knockout
UNKLE
7:02
1.5
Old Paul
James Lavelle
4:25
1.6
Prelude
James Lavelle
2:17
1.7
Seventy Three
James Lavelle
3:39
1.8
Young Paul
James Lavelle
1:43
1.9
The Rig
James Lavelle
4:24
1.10
Space
UNKLE
6:12
1.11
Low Variation
James Lavelle
4:07
1.12
Opening
James Lavelle
1:43
1.13
Close To Midnight
James Lavelle
2:43
1.14
End Of Innocence
James Lavelle
2:18
1.15
Chase Theme (ESKA Variation)
James Lavelle
1:54
1.16
Primo Burns (feat. ESKA)
James Lavelle; ESKA
2:56
1.17
Gail’s Theme
James Lavelle
4:55
1.18
Chase Variation
James Lavelle
2:38
1.19
Midnight Cowboy
James Lavelle
2:32
1.20
Calabria Theme
James Lavelle
3:34
1.21
Paul Fishes
James Lavelle
1:58
1.22
Trust No-One
James Lavelle
5:26
1.23
Theme from Trust (Shadow Beat / Original Version)
James Lavelle
3:04
Total Playing Time    1:21:58
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-23 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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