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One of my more pressing New Year's resolutions? To decide definitely whether or not I actually liked Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master. What's already been decided: I can't get enough of Jonny Greenwood's haunting, unsettling, sure to be Oscar-nominated (then again, we all thought that about There Will Be Blood, sigh) original score.

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With awards season quickly rolling in, The Weinstein Company is giving the Radiohead guitarist a serious push for Best Original Score, streaming the entire The Master soundtrack online along with a few previously unreleased pieces: a second version of "Able Bodied Seamen," six "Overtones" and a new cue, "Sweetness Of Freddie" (via Consequence Of Sound).

Listen to the entire thing right here and let me know whether Jonny Greenwood deserves the Original Score Oscar this year in the comments section below.

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