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The Million Dollar Hotel: Music from the Motion Picture is the soundtrack to the 2000 film The Million Dollar Hotel. The album was released alongside the film in March 2000, and featured Bono as its executive producer, with new music from U2 and other artists. The Ground Beneath Her Feet" was written by Salman Rushdie, based on his book of the same name. The soundtrack version is a different mix from the one used in the film, which was not released commercially.
Design – Averill Design Associates. Drums – Brian Blade. Engineer – Eric Liljestrand (tracks: 2, 4 to 6, 8 to 12, 14, 16). Engineer – Richard Rainey. Engineer – Cheryl Engels. Engineer – Conal Markey. Vocals, Guitar, Piano – Bono. Written-By – Bill Frisell (tracks: 8, 10, 11), Jon Hassell (tracks: 6, 8, 13), Lou Reed (tracks: 4, 14, 15). Notes. Tom Tom's Room" contains "Beaver" dialogue written by Nicholas Klein. Matrix, Runout: 314 542 3952R2 01% O.
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The Million Dollar Hotel ( Soundtrack). Released by Universal Music Group International Mar 2000 8 Tracks. The Million Dollar Hotel ( Soundtrack) is a English album released on Mar 2000. The Million Dollar Hotel ( Soundtrack) Album has 8 songs sung by U2, Bono, Milla Jovovich. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Million Dollar Hotel ( Soundtrack) songs on Gaana.
Album in MP3 Basket View MP3 Basket. For someone like me who loves musicals this was an ideal purchase. Songs from all the popular (and some less popular) shows are included and it makes for a great, easy to listen to recording. I would recommend it to anyone with a similar taste in music to myself.
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|A3||When I Look In Your Eyes|
|A5||Be In (Hara Kirishna)|
|B6||If I Were A Rich Man|
|B8||If Ever I Would Leave You|
|B10||I Think I Like You|
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