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Encyclopedia > Night on Earth (album)

Night on Earth is the title of an album by Tom Waits, released in 1992 on Island Records. It is the soundtrack album of the movie by director Jim Jarmusch of the same name.


Track listing

All tracks written by Tom Waits, except where noted.

  1. "Back in The Good Old World" (Waits / Kathleen Brennan) - [02:30]
  2. "Los Angeles Mood" - [02:35]
  3. "Los Angeles Theme" - [04:28]
  4. "New York Theme" - [04:03]
  5. "New York Mood" - [02:38]
  6. "Baby I'm Not A Baby Anymore" - [01:58]
  7. "Good Old World (Waltz)" - [02:46]
  8. "Carnival" - [03:05]
  9. "On The Other Side Of The World" (Waits / Brennan) - [05:19]
  10. "Good Old World (Gypsy Instrumental)" - [02:19]
  11. "Paris Mood" - [02:38]
  12. "Dragging A Dead Priest" - [04:00]
  13. "Helsinki Mood" - [04:10]
  14. "Carnival Bob's Confession" - [02:17]
  15. "Good Old World (Waltz)" (Waits / Brennan) - [03:56]
  16. "On The Other Side Of The World (Instrumental)" - [03:59]

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