Das Boot: Original Filmmusik by Wea Int'l at Your Free Album. MPN: 0630-18597-2. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Dolby Digital Surround edition of the original music from the 1981 West German WWII submarine drama, composed by fusion player and Passport band leader Doldinger. Tracks 25 through 30 include sound effects and dialogue from the motion picture.
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Dolby Digital Surround edition of the original music from the 1981 West German WWII submarine drama, composed by fusion player and Passport band leader Doldinger. Tracks 25 through 30 include sound effects and dialogue from the motion picture.
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Unrated (Not Rated)
5.59 x 0.43 x 4.84 inches
4.8 x 0.39 x 5.51 inches
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