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Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron

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Here I Am
4:45
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I Will Always Return
3:59
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You Can't Take Me
2:56
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Get Off My Back
2:50
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Brothers Under The Sun
3:58
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Don't Let Go
4:02
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This Is Where I Belong
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Here I Am
4:32
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Sound The Bugle
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Run Free
Artist: Hans Zimmer
6:22
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Homeland
Artist: Hans Zimmer
3:42
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Rain
Artist: Hans Zimmer
2:51
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The Long Road Back
Artist: Hans Zimmer
7:11
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Nothing I've Ever Known
3:52
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I Will Always Return
2:46
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 60:02

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I LOVE these songs!

EMUSIC-02AC209E

I love this album! It is SO good!!!!!! This is my favorite album by Bryan Adams. You MUST hear it.

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great movie, great music.

Julietchantel

the bryan adams stuff is great, the straight up music is good too but not worth having to get the whole album for. I will always return is the best song by Bryan adams Ive ever heard. i love it.

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Great!

EMUSIC-0290567C

I have to say that this is a great deal! I personally like all the songs from this soundtrack, so buying the album was not a bad deal. The quality of songs is wonderful and the price was right!

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bad

jessie23

i only like a few songs and don't ant to buy the album. it's the same way through amamon.

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not good

brenda108

i would like it if only it was song by song (my opinion)

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They Say All Music Guide

Much like Disney’s Tarzan, Dreamworks’ animated epic Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron opts for a mostly pop-based soundtrack instead of an instrumental score. Tarzan used the music of Phil Collins as a backdrop to its stunning visuals; Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron features 15 new tracks from Bryan Adams to lend atmosphere to the tale of a runaway stallion’s journey across the Old West. Adams’ rousing, slightly sweet anthems are a good match to the film’s look and theme, and they’re also in keeping with the rest of his work. “Here I Am,” “I Will Always Return,” and “Don’t Let Go” could fit in just as easily on his albums as on this collection. Likewise, “Get off My Back” sounds a lot like it could’ve been on 18 ‘Til I Die. There’s some variety here as well, demonstrated by the vaguely Native American-influenced “Brothers Under the Sun” and understated ballads like “Here I Am” and “Nothing I’ve Ever Known.” Not all of the diversity works well, however; the rebellious “You Can’t Take Me” suffers from some shrill, tinny-sounding synths that make it difficult to listen to. The few instrumental excerpts at the end of the album round it out nicely, making Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is a pleasant and successful soundtrack, especially for Bryan Adams’ fans. – Heather Phares

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