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

  Title Composer Record Label
1 Rebel in the Rye OST Bear McCreary Sparks & Shadows
2 Christine OST John Carpenter and Alan Howarth Varèse Sarabande
3 Jean-Michel Bernard Plays Lalo Schifrin   Varèse Sarabande
4 The Dark Tower OST Tom Holkenborg Sony Classical
5 Colossal OST Bear McCreary Lakeshore Records
6 Birth of the Dragon OST H. Scott Salinas and Reza Safinia Lakeshore Records
7 The Lovers OST Mandy Hoffman Milan Records
8 Black Mirror: Men Against Fire OST Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow Lakeshore Records
9 It OST Benjamin Wallfisch WaterTower Music
10 Twin Peaks Limited Event Series OST Angelo Badalamenti Rhino Entertainment
11 The Glamour & The Squalor OSR Mike McCready Lakeshore Records
12 Black Mirror: Nosedive OST Max Richter Deutsche Grammophon
13 American Assassin OST Steven Price Varèse Sarabande
14 Dark Net OST Justin Melland Lakeshore Records
15 Tulip Fever OST Danny Elfman Sony Classical
16 Bushwick OST Aesop Rock Lakeshore Records
17 Her Life and Legacy OSR Miguel D’oliveira Manners McDade
18 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 OSR Tyler Bates Hollywood Records
19 Hacksaw Ridge OST Rupert Gregson-Williams Varèse Sarabande
20 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets OST Alexandre Desplat Valerian S.A.S.

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 September 2017 on soundtrack music radio specialty shows, online radio stations, and podcasts. This month's reporters include KUCI, WPRK, CFMU, KSJS, KSPC, *XRAY, WERA, CISM, CKWR, KMFA, KXLU, WTUL, KFJC, WHFR, Sideshow Sound Theatre, Between The Notes, Cinematic Sound, The Score, BBC Radio 3 “Sounds of Cinema,” SoundtrackAdventures.blogspot.com, Kontrapunkt, ABC Classic FM Australia, City Lights Radio, CelluloidTunes.no, and Secklow Sounds.
* denotes new reporters

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