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The Blue Room (soundtrack)

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The Blue Room (soundtrack)

The Blue Room (soundtrack)
Arthur Loves Plastic
Released 28 March 2010
Genre Electronica
Label Machine Heart Music
Producer Bev Stanton
Arthur Loves Plastic other chronology

Touch
(2010)
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(2010)
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(2011)

The Blue Room (fully titled: Music from Solocat Productions' The Blue Room by David Hare) is a soundtrack album from Arthur Loves Plastic and was released in 2010. The soundtrack includes the eleven Arthur Loves Plastic tracks which feature in the Solocat Productions Los Angeles premiere of David Hare's play The Blue Room.[1][2][3]

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Bev Stanton
No. TitleOriginal Album Length
1. "Looking for God"  Second Avenue Detour (2000) 3:58
2. "Night Sky"  Second Avenue Detour (2000) 3:54
3. "If I Fell Off This Earth"  Second Avenue Detour (2000) 4:27
4. "Souvenir"  The Zero State (1995) 4:17
5. "The Plastic Men"  The Zero State (1995) 4:12
6. "Shine"  Second Avenue Detour (2000) 3:34
7. "Most Likely to Be Remembered"  Second Avenue Detour (2000) 3:20
8. "Metro Morning"  No Nations, No Peoples (2002) 2:40
9. "Right Now"  Second Avenue Detour (2000) 4:26
10. "La Musica"  Troubled (2006) 4:19
11. "Back Again"  Second Avenue Detour (2000) 3:28

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