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La-La Land Records and Paramount Pictures proudly present a limited edition 2-disc CD release of acclaimed composer Martin Todsharow's original motion picture score to the all-new Paramount Pictures big-screen action-thriller SNAKE EYES – G.I. JOE ORIGINS, starring Henry Golding, Andrew Koji and Samara Weaving, and directed by Robert Schwentke. Composer Todsharow's powerhouse orchestral and electronic score is a thrilling and riveting musical ride – the perfect complement for this exciting action tale chronicling the origin of one of the G.I JOE universe's most iconic characters, Snake Eyes. This special 2-CD release is limited to 2000 units.
La-La Land Records and Paramount Pictures proudly present a limited edition 2-disc CD release of acclaimed composer Martin Todsharow's original motion picture score to the all-new Paramount Pictures big-screen action-thriller SNAKE EYES – G.I. JOE ORIGINS, starring Henry Golding, Andrew Koji and Samara Weaving, and directed by Robert Schwentke. Composer Todsharow's powerhouse orchestral and electronic score is a thrilling and riveting musical ride – the perfect complement for this exciting action tale chronicling the origin of one of the G.I JOE universe's most iconic characters, Snake Eyes. This special 2-CD release is limited to 2000 units.
826924157428

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 12/06/2021
UPC: 826924157428

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La-La Land Records and Paramount Pictures proudly present a limited edition 2-disc CD release of acclaimed composer Martin Todsharow's original motion picture score to the all-new Paramount Pictures big-screen action-thriller SNAKE EYES – G.I. JOE ORIGINS, starring Henry Golding, Andrew Koji and Samara Weaving, and directed by Robert Schwentke. Composer Todsharow's powerhouse orchestral and electronic score is a thrilling and riveting musical ride – the perfect complement for this exciting action tale chronicling the origin of one of the G.I JOE universe's most iconic characters, Snake Eyes. This special 2-CD release is limited to 2000 units.
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