Beverly by Benjamin Wallfisch for the film IT
Soundtrack avail here: https://lnk.to/itsndkID
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1. Every 27 Years - Benjamin Wallfisch
2. Paper Boat - Benjamin Wallfisch
3. Georgie, Meet Pennywise - Benjamin Wallfisch
4. Derry - Benjamin Wallfisch
5. River Chase - Benjamin Wallfisch
6. Egg Boy - Benjamin Wallfisch
7. Beverly - Benjamin Wallfisch
8. Come Join The Clown, Eds - Benjamin Wallfisch
9. You'll Float Too - Benjamin Wallfisch
10. Shape Shifter - Benjamin Wallfisch
11. Hocksetter Attack - Benjamin Wallfisch
12. Haircut - Benjamin Wallfisch
13. Derry History - Benjamin Wallfisch
14. January Embers - Benjamin Wallfisch
15. Saving Mike - Benjamin Wallfisch
16. This Is Not A Dream - Benjamin Wallfisch
17. Slideshow - Benjamin Wallfisch
18. Georgie's Theme - Benjamin Wallfisch
19. He Didn't Stutter Once - Benjamin Wallfisch
20. 29 Neibolt Street - Benjamin Wallfisch
21. Time To Float - Benjamin Wallfisch
22. It's What It Wants - Benjamin Wallfisch
23. You'll Die If You Try - Benjamin Wallfisch
24. Return to Neibolt - Benjamin Wallfisch
25. Into The Well - Benjamin Wallfisch
26. Pennywise's Tower - Benjamin Wallfisch
27. Deadlights - Benjamin Wallfisch
28. Searching For Stanley - Benjamin Wallfisch
29. Saving Beverly - Benjamin Wallfisch
30. Georgie Found - Benjamin Wallfisch
31. Transformation - Benjamin Wallfisch
32. Feed On Your Fear - Benjamin Wallfisch
33. Welcome To The Losers Club - Benjamin Wallfisch
34. Yellow Raincoat - Benjamin Wallfisch
35. Blood Oath - Benjamin Wallfisch
36. Kiss - Benjamin Wallfisch
37. Every 27 Years (reprise) - Benjamin Wallfisch
38. Epilogue - The Pennywise Dance - Benjamin Wallfisch
The horror thriller “IT”, directed by Andrés Muschietti, is based on the hugely popular Stephen King novel of the same name, which has been terrifying readers for decades. When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids is faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries.
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