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The CineRadio Top 20 has been released for March 2017, highlighting music played on soundtrack music radio specialty shows, online radio stations and podcasts.

  Title Composer Record Label
1 Logan OST Marco Beltrami Lakeshore Records
2 John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection John Williams Sony Classical
3 Kong: Skull Island OST Henry Jackman WaterTower Music
4 Stranger Things V. 1 & 2 OST Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Lakeshore Records
5 A Cure for Wellness OST Benjamin Wallfisch Milan Records
6 Jackie OST Mica Levi Milan Records
7 The Space Between Us OST Andrew Lockington Sony Classical
8 Get Out OST Michael Abels Back Lot
9 In Dubious Battle OST Hauschka Lakeshore Records
10 Nova Seed OST Stephen Verrall Lakeshore Records
11 Moonlight OST Nicholas Britell Lakeshore Records
12 Beauty and the Beast OST Alan Menken/Various Walt Disney Records
13 Legion OST Jeff Russo Lakeshore Records
14 Hunt For The Wilderpeople OST Moniker The Orchard
15 The Founder OST Carter Burwell Varèse Sarabande
16 Collide OST Ilan Eshkeri IM Global Music
17 John Wick: Chapter 2 OST Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard Varèse Sarabande
18 Silence OST Kim Allen Kluge and Kathryn Kluge Rhino Warner Classics
19 The Great Wall OST Ramin Djawadi Milan Records
20 Gold OST Daniel Pemberton BMG

CineRadio is produced by The Krakower Group. For more information about CineRadio or The Krakower Group, contact Beth Krakower at beth@krakowergroup.com.

The chart is composed of music played during the month of March 2017 on soundtrack music radio specialty shows, online radio stations and podcasts. This month's reporters include CFMU, KFJC, KSPC, WHFR, WFMU, KSJS, CKWR, CISM, WERA*, WPRK, SideShow& Tell*, Between The Notes*, RadioNowhere, A Fistful of Soundtracks, Cinematic Sound, The Score, BBC Radio 3 “Sounds of Cinema,” SoundtrackAdventures.blogspot.com, ABC Classic FM Australia, City Lights Radio, CelluloidTunes.no, Kontrapunkt, Secklow Sounds and Soundtrax.fm.

* denotes new reporters

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