Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax

Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax
Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax (click images to enlarge)
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Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax

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Description of Garden State from Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax

We are happy to present the excellent Garden State.

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For this reduced price, the Garden State comes highly respected and is always a regular choice amongst lots of people. Epic /Sony Music Soundtrax have included some great touches and this results in great value.

Manufacturer Description

Soundtrack to eagerly anticipated 2004 film features music from Coldplay, The Shins, Zero 7, Colin Hay, Cary Brothers, Remy Zero, Nick Drake, Thievery Corporation, Simon & Garfunkel, Iron & Wine, Frou Frou, & Bonnie Somerville.

Writer and director Zach Braff does a masterful job matching the charming, heartfelt tone of films like The Graduate and Rushmore in his motion picture debut, Garden State, so it only makes sense that the music he personally compiled for the soundtrack plays just as of big a part here as it did in those films. Simon & Garfunkel's languorous "The Only Living Boy in New York" is an obvious thread, but aside from Nick Drake's "One of These Things First," Braff is able to carry the mood without getting tripped up in the past. Frou Frou's "Let Go" and Zero 7's "In the Waiting Line" supply soft techno touches, while Iron & Wine's "Such Great Heights" and former Men at Work singer Colin Hay's "I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You" offer understated angst. It's the pair of emotionally racked contributions from the Shins ("Caring Is Creepy," "New Slang"), however, that really make this compilation a must-have. --Aidin Vaziri

Key Product Details

  • Genre: Rock

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