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Oblivion - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Jack's Dream
1:22
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Waking Up
4:09
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Tech 49
5:58
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StarWaves
3:41
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Odyssey Rescue
4:08
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Earth 2077
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Losing Control
3:56
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Canyon Battle
5:57
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Radiation Zone
4:11
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You Can't Save Her
4:56
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Raven Rock
4:33
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I'm Sending You Away
5:38
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Ashes of Our Fathers
3:30
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Temples of Our Gods
3:14
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Fearful Odds
3:09
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Undimmed by Time, Unbound by Death
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Oblivion (feat. Susanne Sundfør)
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Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 69:06

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