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Album: The Hamilton Instrumentals

Artist: Lin-Manuel Miranda

  • Genre: Original Score
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 46

  • Copyright: ℗ 2017 Hamilton Uptown Limited Liability Company under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Co

Tracklist For The Hamilton Instrumentals By Artist Lin-Manuel Miranda

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Reviews For The Hamilton Instrumentals By Artist Lin-Manuel Miranda

  • I’m so happy

    By Ronnie Phri
    I didn’t even know this existed until 30 seconds ago, and I’m so happy I’m crying. I’ll be sitting in my room singing.
  • Call me

    By time to dace
  • Amazing!!!!

    By Hamoltinsausage
    I love this sooooo much!!!!
  • 😄

    By The Ragin' Asian
    Hamilton’s my liiiife!!😂😬😜
  • Great!

    By Pey-dog-v
    Meow meow meow meow

    By Lougoo-Jack ó lantern
    I love the play itself but to listen and sing along to the songs is even better but it’s hard to sing with the amazing voices overlapping the music so this just a great soundtrack
  • AaAaAaAaAa

    By Lhialhan09
  • Instrumentals are beautiful! Loooove

    By *Nickname Entered*
    If you loved Hamilton, this is for you. Listening to the instrumentals I can finally hear the best of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s creative genius. Each element is done so perfectly and in detail, it’s just beautiful! My favorites instrumentals were the Alexander Hamilton (the ending), My Shot, The Battle of Yorktown, Dear Theodosia, Nonstop, It’s Quiet Uptown, and Who Lives Who Dies Who Tells Your Story Wow! That’s a lot of “favorites”. They are all amazing though! (In Aaron Burr Sir, you can sort of hear the voices though lol) ^^ that’s the only song in which that happens and the instrumental for that wouldn’t be listened to all that much anyways Alrighty then Byeeeeeee I’m done nowwww
  • Could use some work

    By Precious aka Naomi
    Could use some more versions of congratulations song

    By Criiiiingge
    This is the most amazing thing I have ever heard! I do not sound so bad to the music ❤️😝🚶

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