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The CineRadio Top 20 has been released for January 2018, highlighting music played on soundtrack music radio specialty shows, online radio stations and podcasts.

  Title Composer Record Label
1 Molly's Game OST Daniel Pemberton Sony Classical
2 Hangman OST Frederik Wiedmann Varèse Sarabande
3 Maze Runner: The Death Cure OST John Paesano Sony Classical
4 Travelers OST Adam Lastiwka Lakeshore Records
5 Videoman OST Robert Parker and Waveshaper Lakeshore Records
6 Black Mirror: Black Museum OST Cristobal Tapia de Veer Lakeshore Records
7 The Post OST John Williams Sony Classical
8 All the Money in the World OST Daniel Pemberton Sony Classical
9 The Shape of Water OST Alexandre Desplat Decca/London
10 Star Trek Discovery OST Jeff Russo Lakeshore Records
11 I, Tonya OSR Peter Nashel Milan Records
12 Downsizing OST Rolfe Kent WaterTower Music
13 Mr. Robot V.3&4 OST Mac Quayle Lakeshore Records
14 Star Wars The Last Jedi OST John Williams Walt Disney Records
15 The Commuter OST Roque Baños Varèse Sarabande
16 Blind OST Various Lakeshore Records
17 Darkest Hour OST Dario Marianelli Deutsche Grammophon
18 Killing Gunther OST Dino Meneghin Lakeshore Records
19 Loving Vincent OST Clint Mansell Milan Records
20 Lady Bird OST Jon Brion Lakeshore Records

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

The chart is composed of music played during the month of January 2018 on soundtrack music radio specialty shows, online radio stations, and podcasts. This month's reporters include WPRK, KUCI, KDRT, KMFA, KSPC, XRAY, KFJC, WFMU, KSJS, CKWR, A Fistful of Soundtracks, Soundtrack Alley, Cinematic Sound, The Score, BBC Radio 3 “Sounds of Cinema,”, ABC Classic FM Australia, Kontrapunkt, Filmic, City Lights Radio,,, and Secklow Sounds.
* denotes new reporters

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