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The Bank Robbery (Taken from 'Escape from New York') 00:05:39

Zombie Zombie, interprète - John Carpenter, compositeur - Alan Howarth, compositeur

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Escape from La Main Theme 00:03:51

Zombie Zombie, interprète - John Carpenter, compositeur - Alan Howarth, compositeur

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3
Assault On Precinct 13 Main Theme 00:05:29

Zombie Zombie, interprète - John Carpenter, compositeur

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4
Halloween Main Theme 00:04:43

Zombie Zombie, interprète - John Carpenter, compositeur

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The Thing Main Theme 00:07:37

Zombie Zombie, interprète - Ennio Morricone, compositeur - John H. Carpenter, compositeur

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