MoMuPL.net as the name suggest Movie Music Player is site offering original soundtracks that were either in the movie or released with the movie for promotion allowing you to enjoy the memories associated with the movie while listening to the soundtrack. The site offers this service in the simplest of manner all you have to do is set your browser to the site and just type in the movie name in the space provided and all the related songs will be shown ready to be clicked and played. So whether it is "Take My Breath Away" from the movie "Top Gun", "My Heart Will Go On" from "Titanic" or "Iris" from "City of Angels" etc you now MoMuPL.net is your site to visit and treat yourself with quality music.
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