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Dark Waters (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Marcelo Zarvos

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1.1
Drive to Parkersburg
Marcelo Zarvos
1:31
1.2
City Montage
Marcelo Zarvos
1:40
1.3
Filing the Suit
Marcelo Zarvos
1:39
1.4
Cow Attack
Marcelo Zarvos
2:22
1.5
Sea of Boxes
Marcelo Zarvos
1:14
1.6
TV Reports
Marcelo Zarvos
2:04
1.7
The Findings
Marcelo Zarvos
2:40
1.8
Helicopter at Wilbur’s
Marcelo Zarvos
2:21
1.9
Teflon Connection
Marcelo Zarvos
9:29
1.10
Memo / EPA Hearing
Marcelo Zarvos
2:07
1.11
Angry Joe
Marcelo Zarvos
1:58
1.12
Leave This Place / Blood Testing
Marcelo Zarvos
3:20
1.13
Funny Teeth
Marcelo Zarvos
2:11
1.14
Still Fighting
Marcelo Zarvos
0:56
1.15
Bucky
Marcelo Zarvos
2:24
1.16
Harry’s Call Center
Marcelo Zarvos
1:05
1.17
Opening Credits
Marcelo Zarvos
1:50
1.18
Meeting Wilbur / PFOA
Marcelo Zarvos
1:28
1.19
DuPont Deposition
Marcelo Zarvos
3:50
1.20
Garage Paranoia
Marcelo Zarvos
2:26
1.21
Rob Brings Report / Wilbur’s Videos
Marcelo Zarvos
2:19
1.22
Dark Waters
Marcelo Zarvos
2:53
1.23
End Credits
Marcelo Zarvos
3:27
Total Playing Time    57:14
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

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