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Rebuilding Paradise (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe

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1.1
Rebuilding Paradise
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
5:30
1.2
Day of Fire
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
3:09
1.3
One Year Anniversary
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
4:18
1.4
Return to Ashes
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
3:34
1.5
Fire Reunited Family
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
5:30
1.6
Aftermath
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
2:55
1.7
We're Coming Back
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
3:39
1.8
Memorial
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
3:27
1.9
Love of the Land
Hans Zimmer; Lorne Balfe
2:39
Total Playing Time    34:41
Legendary film composer Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe (Mission: Impossible – Fallout, The LEGO Batman Movie) present the original music for the Nat Geo documentary Rebuilding Paradise. The film is directed by the great Ron Howard and tells the story of the Paradise community as they begin to rebuild their lives following the most destructive wildfire in California history. Zimmer has previously collaborated with Howard on the features Backdraft, Frost/Nixon, The DaVinci Code, Angels & Demons, Inferno, Rush, as well as The Dilemma (co-scored with Balfe).
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

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