Aldo Shllaku | Agon (Motion Picture Original Soundtrack)

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Agon (Motion Picture Original Soundtrack)

by Aldo Shllaku

Motion Picture Original Soundtrack
Genre: Classical: Film Music
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Border Crossing
2:16 album only
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2. Total Destruction
2:59 album only
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3. For a Fist of Euros
2:21 album only
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4. The Light
2:41 album only
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5. Check On Her
2:43 album only
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6. Albanian Dance
2:18 album only
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7. Let Me Go
2:14 album only
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8. Her Escape
2:55 album only
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9. Falling for It
2:08 album only
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10. Suicide Attempt
3:12 album only
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11. Albanian Gang
1:39 album only
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12. Making Love
1:27 album only
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13. Duel
3:58 album only
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14. Feeling Inspired
1:54 album only
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15. Killing in Progress
4:30 album only
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16. Vini and Majlinda
1:27 album only
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17. Elektra in Albania
5:00 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Agon is an Albanian / Greek / French / Romanian co-produced drama film directed by Robert Budina. The film was selected as the Albanian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards. It features a score composed by Aldo Shllaku, recorded and produced in its entirety in Los Angeles. It features musicians such as, George Doering (guitars), Chris Bleth (ethnic woodwinds), Charlie Bisharat (violin), Cameron Stone (violoncello), and others. The score is minimalistic and thematic in approach letting the action on the screen be the main story teller.

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