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Lakeshore Records release Pedro Bromfman's score from the second season of Narcos. The show is inspired by the true story of Colombia's infamously violent drug cartels and Pablo Escobar's fight to stay the most powerful of them all. The "King of Cocaine" soon learns that narcos aren't known for their loyalty, and Escobar and his sicarios must battle not only the Colombian and U.S. governments, but the people they once knew as friends. Meanwhile, Search Bloc and the DEA seek to destroy the drug cartels with sometimes dubious tactics, creating personal and ethical dilemmas for agents like Steve Murphy and Javier Peña, who are tasked with bringing the drug kingpins to justice...
Pedro Bromfman delivers a much more enjoyable score for the second season of Narcos. His work for season one was a little disappointing - great for the show, just not very enjoyable to listen to on its own merits.
This time around he weaves a few more intricate and memorable themes in with the music cues. While it's by no means an essential purchase, there's enough interesting material to make it worthy of your time if you're a fan of the show.
The album contains 20 tracks (56 min, 04 sec) and includes a number of songs: 'Cambalache' (performed by Rubén Juárez); 'El Hijo De Toño' (Usma y Su Conjunto); 'Cali Pachanguero' (Grupo Niche); 'Serenata De Amor' (Jaime R. Echavarria); and 'Tuyo' (Rodrigo Amarante).