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You & The Night (Original Soundtrack)

You & The Night (Original Soundtrack)

Artist: M83

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You & The Night (Original Soundtrack)
You & The Night (Original Soundtrack)

Artist: M83
MP3
1. L'inconnu
$1.29
2. Nous
$1.29
3. Vision
$1.29
4. A La Lumière Des Diamants
$1.29
5. Mon Enfant
$1.29
6. First Light
$1.29
7. Ali & Matthias
$1.29
8. A La Lumière Des Diamants II
$1.29
9. Holograms
$1.29
10. Vision II
$1.29
11. Nous II
$1.29
12. Ali & Matthias II
$1.29
13. To Sudden Silence
$1.29
14. Adieux
$1.29
15. Un Nouveau Soleil
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Mute
Rel. Date: 04/01/2014
UPC: 724596958827

More Info:

Soundtrack to debut feature film by French director Yann Gonazlez, brother to M83's Anthony Gonzalez. Features vocals by M83 collaborator Morgan Kibby and Norwegian singer Susanne Sundfør (who contributed vocals to the "Oblivion" soundtrack). Previous collaborator Joe Trapanese returned to assist with orchestral arrangements. Mellow and romantic, this soundtrack pays tribute to French soundtracks from the 70's and is much more intimate than Hurry Up, We're Dreaming.

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