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After the Screaming Stops (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

David Rowntree, Ian Arber

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1
Two Worlds Collide
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
3:04
2
H.O.M.E.
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
2:03
3
The Thinking Man’s Reality Show
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
1:45
4
After The Screaming Stops
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
2:28
5
The Illusion of Pyros
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
2:11
6
The Philosophy of Fools
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
1:48
7
We Don't Have The Time Rome Had
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
4:48
8
The End of Bros?
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
1:49
9
20 Times Bitten
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
2:23
10
Full of Light
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
4:13
11
The Genesis of New Beginnings
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
2:40
12
Two Rectangles, One Fortress
David Rowntree; Ian Arber
2:11
13
When Will I Be Famous, Live at the O2
BROS
3:17
14
Garden of Forgiveness
BROS
3:56
Total Playing Time    38:36
Fantastic Fest Audience Award-nominated film Bros: After The Screaming Stops features scoring by David Rowntree (Teeth and Pills, “Girls and Boys: Sex and British Pop") and Ian Arber (I Am Bolt, Sisters of the Wilderness), with an additional pair of songs by Bros (Luke Goss and Matt Goss).
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

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