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Legion (Original Television Series Soundtrack)

Jeff Russo

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1
Young David
Jeff Russo
5:05
2
David in Clockworks
Jeff Russo
0:46
3
174 Hours
Jeff Russo
8:47
4
Seeing Things Hearing Things
Jeff Russo
4:52
5
Run
Jeff Russo
0:50
6
David
Jeff Russo
6:31
7
The Shift and Cascade
Jeff Russo
4:51
8
The Caper 2
Jeff Russo
3:28
9
Legion Main Title
Jeff Russo
1:27
10
87 Days
Jeff Russo
8:33
11
Open
Jeff Russo
3:10
12
Almost Legion
Jeff Russo
4:10
13
Levitate
Jeff Russo
2:29
14
Clockworks
Jeff Russo
0:56
15
Chaos and Madness
Jeff Russo
2:34
16
David and Syd
Jeff Russo
3:11
17
Choir and Crickets
Jeff Russo
2:20
18
Tea and Memory
Jeff Russo
1:59
19
David Redux
Jeff Russo
3:53
20
Darkness (Full Suite)
Jeff Russo
5:00
Total Playing Time    74:52
Written by Grammy- and Emmy-nominated artist Jeff Russo, the trippy, 80s-influenced original soundtrack to the first season of hit FX series Legion draws inspiration from Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, and marks another stellar collaboration between Russo and Fargo creator Noah Hawley.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

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