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Trent Reznor's Vietnam War doc score due in September

Universal Music EnterprisesNext month, you'll be able to listen to the sounds of the Vietnam War, as imagined by Trent Reznor.

The previously reported score to the upcoming 10-part PBS documentary series The Vietnam War, which Reznor composed with his Nine Inch Nails band mate and frequent collaborator, Atticus Ross, will be released as a two-disc and three LP collection on September 15.

"[Reznor and Ross'] original score beautifully complements the music from the time," says The Vietnam War directors Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. "We are absolutely thrilled that our audience will now have the chance to own the original score along with some of the best music from the film."

Along with the score, a companion soundtrack to the series, featuring iconic songs from the Vietnam War era, will also be released September 15. The 38-track, two-disc package includes classics by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Simon & Garfunkel, Otis Redding, Buffalo Springfield, Marvin Gaye and Santana, among many more.

The Vietnam War will premiere on PBS Sunday, September 17. It'll be released on Blu-ray and DVD September 19.

Here is the track list for The Vietnam War score:

Disc One
"Less Likely"
"Four Enclosed Walls"
"The Forever Rain"
"Other Ways to Get to the Same Place"
"Torn Polaroid"
"Before Dawn"
"What Comes Back"
"Justified Response"
"Counting Ticks"

Disc Two
"A World Away"
"The Right Things"
"Passing the Point"
"Strangers in Lockstep"
"Before and After Faith"
"The Same Dream"

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