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Bicentennial Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about Bicentennial Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by James Horner. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:06:16 minutes.

Artist: James Horner
Release date: 1999
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:06:16
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Machine Age (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 3:32
2. Special Delivery (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 2:59
3. The Magic Spirit (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 3:01
4. A Gift for Little Miss (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 5:28
5. Mechanical Love (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 2:02
6. Wearing Clothes for the First Time (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 2:28
7. The Wedding (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 6:31
8. The Passage of Time, A Changing of Seasons (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 8:32
9. The Search for Another (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 3:15
10. Transformed (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 2:25
11. Emotions (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 3:56
12. A New Nervous System (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 3:51
13. A Truer Love (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 2:36
14. Petition Denied (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 1:56
15. Growing Old (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 3:12
16. The Gift of Mortality (Instrumental) (featuring The Orchestra) 6:10
17. Then You Look At Me (featuring CĂ©line Dion / Celine Dion, The Orchestra) 4:22

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The original soundtrack to Chris Columbus' Bicentennial Man reunites composer James Horner with singer Celine Dion, the dynamic duo that made the Titanic soundtrack a huge success. Horner's evocative score and Dion's single "Then You Look at Me" reflect the film's bittersweet tale of a robot's ambition to become human over the course of two centuries. Though it may not be as popular a soundtrack as Titanic, Bicentennial Man is a satisfying, appropriate album of film music.