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Crossover Media has worked the following Original Motion Picture Soundtracks to Radio and Online Media

After Earth

The Wolverine

Red Tails

Titanic: Collector's Anniversary Edition

Men in Black 3

Unfinished Song


Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter

The Amazing Spider-Man



Life of Pi


Silver Linings Playbook


Jane Eyre

Water for Elephants

X-Men: First Class

Snow Flower & The Secret Fan

War Horse

Puss in Boots

The Descendants

A Dangerous Method

The Artist


The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of Dawn Treader

Black Swan

Angels & Demons

Star Wars-The Clone Wars


The Water Horse

Casino Royale

1 Te He Prometido - Leo Dan
2 Mas Bonita Que Ninguna - Rocio Durcal
3 No Tengo Dinero - Juan Gabriel
4 La Nave del Olvido - Jose Jose
5 Gracias - Rigo Tovar
6 Sombras - Javier Solis
7 Yellow River - Christie
8 I Don't Know How to Love Him - Yvonne Elliman
9 Corazon de Melon - Orquesta Perez Prado
10 Los Ojos de Pancha -Trio Chicontepec
11 Mammy Blue - Roger Whittaker
12 Those Were The Days - Ray Conniff & The Singers
13 La Casa del Sol Naciente - Javier Batiz
14 Ciudad Perdida - La Revolucion de Emiliano Zapata
15 Vamos a Platicar - Los Socios del Ritmo
16 Mi Corazon Es un Gitano - Lupita D'Alessio
17 Cuando Me Enamoro (Quando M'Innamoro) - Angelica Maria
18 Mar y Espuma - Acapulco Tropical
19 La Suegra - Elbert Moguel y Los Strwck
Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Sony Music, Netflix, Participant Media, and Esperanto Filmoj present the Motion Picture Soundtrack of ROMA, which is available through all digital platforms, on the same day that the film premieres on Netflix.

Curated by the director Alfonso Cuarón and the soundtrack producers Lynn Fainchtein and Randall Poster, the soundtrack of ROMA brings us back to the sonic Mexico of the 1970s, when the famous XEW, a reference of Mexican radio, transmitted English pop and rock, while gradually introducing the new Mexican pop, through performers like José José, Juan Gabriel, and Rigo Tovar, musical icons that in the present, have remained as references of Mexican and Latin American music.

Crossover Media Projects with: Soundtracks