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Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise (Original Game Soundtrack)

Philippe Charron, Hugo Léger, Jean-Frédéric Vachon

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1
Nightmare on Fiesta Terrace
Philippe Charron
1:37
2
The Slasher
Philippe Charron
1:57
3
Bearcatattoo Mysteries
Philippe Charron; Hugo Léger
2:18
4
Beautiful Massacre
Philippe Charron; Hugo Léger
2:03
5
Day Dreaming
Philippe Charron; Hugo Léger
2:33
6
Meat Stressage
Philippe Charron
2:12
7
Stalking Daddles
Philippe Charron
2:04
8
Xoctopoids' Rhythm
Philippe Charron
2:16
9
Bearcatattoo Curses
Hugo Léger
1:16
10
Brightness Robotech Co.
Philippe Charron; Hugo Léger
3:41
11
Wellness Center
Philippe Charron
2:09
12
Nutter!
Philippe Charron
3:08
13
Paradise Island Radio
Philippe Charron; Jean-Frédéric Vachon
1:30
14
Slab-Chiselers' Secrets
Philippe Charron
1:38
15
Bearcatattoo Astral Voyage
Hugo Léger
1:38
16
Total Defluffication
Philippe Charron; Hugo Léger
1:33
17
Greasers & Jackets
Philippe Charron; Hugo Léger
1:33
18
Panic in Paradise
Philippe Charron
3:24
Total Playing Time    38:30
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Behavior Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12, 14-18 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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