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The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2 (Original Soundtrack)

Various Artists

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1.1
Unshaken
D'Angelo
3:53
1.2
Moonlight
Daniel Lanois; Daryl Johnson; Joseph Maize; Darryl Hatcher; Rhiannon Giddens
3:47
1.3
That's the Way It Is
Daniel Lanois
4:08
1.4
Mountain Finale
Daniel Lanois
2:54
1.5
Crash of Worlds
Rocco DeLuca
1:46
1.6
Cruel World
Willie Nelson
2:28
1.7
Red
Daniel Lanois
2:15
1.8
Mountain Hymn
Rhiannon Giddens
3:58
1.9
Mountain Banjo
Rhiannon Giddens
2:41
1.10
Table Top
Daniel Lanois
4:05
1.11
Love Come Back
Daniel Lanois
3:43
1.12
Oh My Lovely
Daniel Lanois
3:12
1.13
Cruel World
Josh Homme
3:38
Total Playing Time    42:28
The Music Of Red Dead Redemption 2 soundtrack was produced entirely by 7 time Grammy Award-winner Daniel Lanois, known for producing albums for Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Willie Nelson as well as collaborating with pioneering musician Brian Eno to produce several albums for U2 including the multi-platinum The Joshua Tree. In addition to Lanois' production, the soundtrack features additional vocal performances from a range of award-winning artists including D’Angelo, Willie Nelson, Rhiannon Giddens, Josh Homme, and more!
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