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Draft Day (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about Draft Day (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by John Debney. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 34 tracks with total duration of 50:43 minutes.

Artist: John Debney
Release date: 2014
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 34
Duration: 50:43
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Opening 1:48
2. Most Desperate Guy You Know 1:29
3. Ray Jennings 1:14
4. Seattle Transition 1:30
5. Well, That's That 1:02
6. How Important Is Winning? 1:07
7. God Damn Reverence 0:54
8. Sacked 12 Times 1:07
9. Bathroom Mirrors 0:50
10. Even the Great Ones 1:05
11. Yes or No 1:34
12. Women Are Tricky 1:37
13. U of W 1:01
14. Buffalo 1:57
15. The Team I Wanted 1:58
16. It's Still Callahan 1:48
17. Game Tape 1:28
18. Ali Finds Note 1:14
19. It Was Brian 1:56
20. God Damn Ashes 1:11
21. Bo Callahan and Ray Jennings Arrive 1:48
22. Sonny Calls Bo 1:10
23. Pre-Draft Parties 1:32
24. Brown on the Clock 2:55
25. War Room 0:45
26. Things I Love About You 1:03
27. Get Jeff Carson 1:15
28. Carson Says Deal 1:04
29. Made a Trade, It's Me 1:30
30. Get Putney, Different World 3:10
31. Seattle Gets Bo 1:04
32. Coach Call Ray Jennings 2:22
33. We're Going to Have a Baby 1:44
34. Browns Kick Off 1:31

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It’s easy to imagine the triumphant music of a Super Bowl victory. But what does the NFL’s Draft Day sound like? That was the challenge facing California-born composer John Debney in scoring this Kevin Costner star vehicle for director/producer Ivan Reitman. “There is a ticking clock sense,” explains Debney of his music for the film, “since the story takes place in a 24-hour period. There is always a sense of pulse and time.” The composer also credits Reitman’s “intensive, but incredibly stimulating” collaboration in helping forge a forceful, confident soundtrack that’s a “very contemporary take, blending techno, hip-hop, and synth with the orchestra: a blending of styles for a guitar-driven score. It is one of my most interesting scores to date.”