Tuesday, 10 January 2017 10:50

NY Times: Soundtracks Topping the Charts

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Music to picture is riding a serious high.

The Billboard charts are filled to the halfway mark with soundtracks: "Moana," "Hamilton," "Sing," "Suicide Squad: The Album," and "Trolls" all have top 10 spots, with the "La La Land" soundtrack seeking heat at #15.

Congrats to the talented music supervisors who are making this soundtrack resurgence a reality. See the deeper analysis from Ben Sisario of the NY Times here.

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