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Cinema Paradiso (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Digitally Remastered

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Cinema Paradiso
2:30
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Maturity
2:20
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Love Theme
1:34
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Childhood and Manhood
2:15
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While Thinking About Her Again
1:20
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Cinema On Fire (Extended Version)
3:30
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Love Theme (2nd Version)
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Toto and Alfredo
1:43
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After The Destruction (Extended Version)
4:18
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Love Theme For Nata
4:09
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Visit to the Cinema
2:25
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First Youth
2:17
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Four Interludes
1:58
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Runaway, Search and Ritorno
2:08
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From American Sex Appeal to the First Fellini
3:29
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Love Theme (3rd Version)
3:20
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Projection For Two
2:08
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Toto and Alfredo (2nd Version)
1:21
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Bicycle Theme
0:43
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Visit to the Cinema (2nd Version)
2:04
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Maturity (2nd Version)
1:17
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For Elena
1:51
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Cinema Paradiso - Finals
2:59
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Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 54:28

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