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Bicentennial Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


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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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



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.