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Press Release |  25 Jun 2015 20:48 |  By RnMTeam

'Music From The Original Series: Aquarius' to be released by UMe

MUMBAI: Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) has released an exclusive new 15-track soundtrack for the hit NBC series Aquarius. 'Music From The Original Series: Aquarius' is available now for download purchase from all major digital service providers.

'Music From The Original Series: Aquarius' features recordings heard in the show, including Count Five's 'Psychotic Reaction'; 'I'll Never Say Never To Always,' an original Charles Manson recording; The Who's 'I Can See For Miles' and 'The Seeker;' Wayne Newton's 'Danke Schoen;' Nina Simone's 'Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood;' Frank Sinatra's 'Time After Time;' Junior Walker & The All Stars' 'Come See About Me' and several other songs of the time.

'Music From The Original Series: Aquarius' also includes 'The Things' by David Duchovny, which is also featured on Duchovny's own new album, 'Hell Or Highwater' (released 12 May); 'Grace's Theme,' an original score piece by W.G. Snuffy Walden, and two cast production recordings:  'The Shadow of Your Smile,' (the Love Theme from 1965's The Sandpiper), sung by Aquarius' Ambyr Childers, Emma Dumont and Tara Lynn Barr during a discussion of the film by their characters, and 'True Love You Will Find' (written by Charles Manson), performed by Aquarius' Gethin Anthony as Manson.

NBC's hit series Aquarius stars David Duchovny as decorated World War II vet and LAPD homicide detective Sam Hodiak, who barely recognizes the city he is now policing. Set in 1967, Aquarius sees Hodiak tracking a small but growing band of drifters under the sway of a career criminal who now dreams of being a rock star: Charles Manson. Ringing with the unparalleled music of the era, the sprawling work of historical fiction begins two years before the 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders.

Aquarius airs Thursday nights at 9pm ET/PT on NBC, and the series' 13 episodes are also available for streaming on-demand on, the NBC app and other VOD services.  The soundtrack's producers are the show's music supervisor, Ann Kline, series writer John McNamara, executive producer Marty Adelstein and Christian Johnson.