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The term Soundtrack ( English ) literally refers to the soundtrack of a film , a TV show or show . Today, it is usually only understood to mean the music underlying a specific film or computer game (see film music ). The soundtrack of a movie or game can include newly composed music or pre-existing works.

Soundtracks are often released separately from their respective works (e.g. as a vinyl record , audio CD or audio file ).

The abbreviation OST or OST (Original Soundtrack) describes the music from the original soundtrack as opposed to a new recording.

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