The Conjuring [2013] Soundtrack

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The Conjuring Poster - Songs and Soundtrack
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# of Songs:
3 Songs
Released:
1 Years ago
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Complete List of Songs

Time of the Season

The Zombies

First song as they move into their new house.

0:07

Sleep Walk

Betsy Brye

Song as the mother folds clothes, but hears the girls giggling and playing the clap game.

0:33

In the Room Where You Sleep

Dead Man's Bones

Song as they set up the cameras and equipment in the house.

0:55

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Official Soundtracks

The Conjuring: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

1.

The Conjuring

Joseph Bishara

2.

Dead Birds

Joseph Bishara

3.

Clap Game

Joseph Bishara

4.

Witch Perch

Joseph Bishara

5.

Maurice

Joseph Bishara

6.

touring Haunted planes

Joseph Bishara

7.

taped Occurrences

Joseph Bishara

8.

Black Bile

Joseph Bishara

9.

she saw Something

Joseph Bishara

10.

look what She made me do

Joseph Bishara

11.

Sleepwalker

Joseph Bishara

12.

Wall Searching

Joseph Bishara

13.

Hanging Drop

Joseph Bishara

14.

water corpse Vision

Joseph Bishara

15.

You Look Very Pretty

Joseph Bishara

16.

Souls Pulled In

Joseph Bishara

17.

Witch Comes Through

Joseph Bishara

18.

Birds Pulled In

Joseph Bishara

19.

Murderous Offering

Joseph Bishara

20.

The Soaring entities

Joseph Bishara

21.

Ritual Casting

Joseph Bishara

22.

Cellar Tone

Joseph Bishara

23.

Annabelle

Joseph Bishara

24.

Doll Box

Joseph Bishara

25.

Family Theme

Mark Isham

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Haunting Soundtrack - tomm098

1 year ago

A fairly familiar, yet effective score soundtrack. Joseph Bishara has produced a much more original selection of tracks here than his work in Insidious or Dark Skies. The songs provide more depth and surprise than the usual droning tones of a horror soundtrack. The list of songs set an uneasy and jarring tone. Disappointed to not see the three credited songs in the soundtrack, considering how effectively they were used.

 


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