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The soundtrack to The Leech, a 2022 Prime Video movie, tracklist, listen to all of the 25 full soundtrack songs, play 19 full OST music & trailer tracks. View all song names, who sings them, stream 6 additional tune playlists, scores, and credits used in the movie. Read 15 scene descriptions with timelines.

Song credits - additional film music - songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list, but are playing in the movie.
Listen to full soundtrack songs (where available) Christmas Is In the Air – Henrik Lars Wikström, Anders Johan Greger Lewen & Anders Gunnar Kampe
[0:06′] Father David gives Terry a ride home. / Ending credits
2. playThis is L.O.T.I.O.N. – L.O.T.I.O.N. Multinational Corporation
[0:12′] Father David goes to sleep before he gets disturbed by Terry playing loud music and asks him to lower the volume. Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy – The Mood Of Christmas Ensemble
[0:49′] Priest David makes Terry get rid of all the alcohol and drugs he has.
4.playWhat I Said – C-Mob
[0:53′] Terry and Lexi are dancing to loud music before David walks in and tells them to turn the music off.
5. play Away in a Manger (Arr. L. Harris for Choir) – The Cathedral Singers & Richard Proulx
[1:16′] Father David prepares his gun before entering the room where Terry and Lexi are sleeping and points the gun at them.
6. Sensation – Cheef SL
The Leech official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score.
Original release date: 12 December 2022
Label: ETR Records
Original music composed by Eric Romary
1. play The Sermon – Eric Romary
[0:01′] Intro.
2. play Thanks for Coming – Eric Romary
3. play What the Hell? – Eric Romary
4. play Mother – Eric Romary
[0:09′] Terry enters Priest David’s home and he makes fun of a painting without knowing it’s father David’s Mother.
5. play I’ll Take a Look at It – Eric Romary
6. play I’m Pregnant – Eric Romary
7. play I’m Considering – Eric Romary
8. playI Told You Not To Ring – Eric Romary
[0:18′] Lexi enters David’s home and fights with Terry as David walks towards them and recognizes Lexi’s voice.
9. play Who Are Those People? – Eric Romary
10. playNever Have I Ever – Eric Romary
[0:36′] Father David, Terry, and Lexi play a drinking game called “Never have I ever”.
11. play Goodies – Eric Romary
12.playVoices – Eric Romary
[0:46′] Father David is praying in the church asking for forgiveness before the door closes by itself.
13.playThe Garden – Eric Romary
[0:52′] Father David looks out the window of his house and sees himself chopping wood with a hatchet.
14.playImpurities – Eric Romary
[0:54′] Father David burns all of the toys that belong to Lexi and Terry as they watch.
15.playYou’ve Got Company – Eric Romary
[0:59′] Lexi and Terry decorate David’s home for Christmas as Rigo is waiting for David. I Am the Leech – Eric Romary
17. playSavior of What? – Eric Romary
[1:08′] Father David has his head bandaged as he speaks in the church.
18. playI Want You Out – Eric Romary
[1:03′] Father David comes home and Terry and Lexi approach and tell him she’s pregnant before they all fight and David kicks them out of his house.
19. playGood Night Rigo – Eric Romary
[1:15′] After killing Rigo, David brings herbal Tea with pills in it to Terry and Lexi.
Listen to the full score songs playlist from The Leech Soundtrack (2022) :


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The Leech  Film information
Movie Genre: Comedy, Horror
Release date (wide): 6 December 2022
Runtime: 1h 22m
Production:Doomcroak Pictures
Distributor: Arrow Films
Director: Eric Pennycoff
Stars: Jeremy Gardner, Graham Skipper, Taylor Zaudtke

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