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I Love You, Now Die (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ian Hultquist

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1
Michelle's Theme
Ian Hultquist
2:29
2
Their Story
Ian Hultquist
1:16
3
Three Years Later
Ian Hultquist
1:42
4
Disturbing in Nature
Ian Hultquist
1:09
5
Keep Talking
Ian Hultquist
1:12
6
Bike Ride
Ian Hultquist
2:01
7
The Commonwealth vs Michelle Carter
Ian Hultquist
1:48
8
Red Flag
Ian Hultquist
2:37
9
Homers for Conrad
Ian Hultquist
3:27
10
Teenage Girls
Ian Hultquist
3:35
11
Enjoy the Parade
Ian Hultquist
1:12
12
Pasta Anxiety
Ian Hultquist
3:23
13
What it's Like to be Lonely
Ian Hultquist
3:54
14
Four Attempts
Ian Hultquist
1:42
15
His Last Day
Ian Hultquist
3:11
16
Internal Hallucinations
Ian Hultquist
2:34
17
Glee
Ian Hultquist
1:00
18
Tribute
Ian Hultquist
1:40
19
Alice I & II
Ian Hultquist
2:27
20
Reality Flicker
Ian Hultquist
3:30
21
Closing Arguments
Ian Hultquist
4:43
22
Verdict
Ian Hultquist
1:02
23
Words Were the Weapon
Ian Hultquist
1:44
24
Judgement
Ian Hultquist
2:26
25
Conrad's Theme
Ian Hultquist
3:50
Total Playing Time    59:34
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Little Twig Records Studio Masters

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