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Where'd You Go, Bernadette (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Graham Reynolds

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1
Welcome to Antarctica
Graham Reynolds
2:43
2
Seattle
Graham Reynolds
2:20
3
Sleeping
Graham Reynolds
0:56
4
Blackberry Abatement Specialist
Graham Reynolds
1:11
5
Mudslide Aftermath
Graham Reynolds
1:26
6
Medicine Cabinet
Graham Reynolds
0:37
7
18 Miracles
Graham Reynolds
3:15
8
Ice Cream Rescue
Graham Reynolds
1:14
9
Invisible Cosmic Rays
Graham Reynolds
1:05
10
Jingle Bells
Graham Reynolds
2:21
11
Gone
Graham Reynolds
2:38
12
Home From School
Graham Reynolds
1:01
13
I’m Talking To You, Aren’t I?
Graham Reynolds
1:03
14
Why Do You Always Set It So High?
Graham Reynolds
1:30
15
Storm Tossed
Graham Reynolds
1:50
16
I’m a Ghost
Graham Reynolds
1:09
17
Dad, I’ve Made a Decision
Graham Reynolds
1:15
18
Crochet and Icebergs
Graham Reynolds
2:21
19
Welcome to Port Lockroy
Graham Reynolds
2:12
20
Palmer Station
Graham Reynolds
2:02
21
You Can Go
Graham Reynolds
3:38
22
Where’d You Go, Bernadette
Graham Reynolds
2:19
Total Playing Time    40:06
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

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