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The Pursuit of Happyness (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about The Pursuit of Happyness (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Andrea Guerra. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 40:00 minutes.

Artist: Andrea Guerra
Release date: 2007
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 16
Duration: 40:00
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Opening (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 3:09
2. Being Stupid (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 1:39
3. Running (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 1:30
4. Trouble At Home (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 1:30
5. Rubiks Cube Taxi (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 1:53
6. Park Chase (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 2:29
7. Linda Leaves (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 4:02
8. Night At Police Station (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 1:36
9. Possibly (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 1:45
10. Where's My Shoe (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 4:20
11. To the Game / Touchdown (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 1:37
12. Locked Out (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 2:20
13. Dinosaurs (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 2:40
14. Homeless (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 1:55
15. Happyness (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 3:50
16. Welcome Chris (featuring Blake Neely, The Hollywood Studio Symphony) 3:45

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Andrea Guerra's score for the feel-good drama The Pursuit of Happyness so closely resembles Scottish composer Rolfe Kent's efforts for the earlier About Schmidt that one can only assume the film was tempo-tracked to Kent's quirky, endearing melodies, leaving Guerra little choice but to ape his predecessor. From within these claustrophobically narrow creative confines, Guerra nevertheless manages to generate a few original themes, employing unobtrusive piano and guitar to forge a sweetly romantic and thoughtful approach in lockstep with the remainder of the score — indeed, what's appalling about The Pursuit of Happyness has nothing to do with the quality of the music and everything to do with a "me too" Hollywood mentality that renders even the most innovative ideas stale and predictable via sheer repetition.