CineRadio Top-20 for November, 2016

By • December 23, 2016


For The Month of November 2016
Title
Record Label
Composer

1

Berlin Station OST Lakeshore Records Reinhold Heil

2

Before the Flood OST Lakeshore Records Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Gustavo Santaolalla, Mogwai

3

Stranger Things V.1 &2 OST Lakeshore Records Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein

4

Bilial: A New Breed of Hero OST Atli Orvarsson Lakeshore Records

5

Moonlight OST Lakeshore Records Nicholas Britell

6

The Nine OST Ever Studio Steven Emerson

7

Allied OST Sony Classical Alan Silvestri

8

Hacksaw Ridge OST Varese Sarabande Rupert Gregson-Williams

9

The Girl On A Train OST Sony Classical Danny Elfman

10

The Accountant OST WaterTower Music Mark Isham

11

Black Mirror: San Junipero OST Lakeshore Records Clint Mansell

12

A Street Cat Named Bob OST Sony Classical Various

13

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children La-La Land Records Mike Higham & Matthew Margeson

14

Arrival OST Johann Johannsson Deutsche Grammophon

15

Mr. Robot V1&2 OST Lakeshore Records Mac Quayle

16

Planet Earth II OST Silva Screen Records Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea Jasha Klebe

17

The Magnificent Seven OST Lakeshore Records Alex Wurman

18

Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them OST WaterTower Music James Newton Howard

19

The Light Between Oceans OST Lakeshore Records Alexandre Desplat

20

Sully OST Varese Sarabande Clint Eastwood, Christian Jacob, The Tierney Sutton Band
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The chart is composed of music played during the month of November on soundtrack music specialty shows. This month’s reporters include WPRK, CFMU, KUCI, WRTU, WFMU, KSJS, KMFA, KFJC, KSPC, WHFR, A Fistful of Soundtracks, Cinematic Sound, The Score, Urgent.fm/Supercalifragilistic, BBC Radio 3 “Sounds of Cinema,” SoundtrackAdventures.blogspot.com, ABC Classic FM Australia, Secklow Sounds, and Soundtrax.fm.

* denotes new reporters

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