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(500) Days of Summer (Music from the Motion Picture) [Bonus Track Version]


Download links and information about (500) Days of Summer (Music from the Motion Picture) [Bonus Track Version]. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 57:50 minutes.

Release date: 2009
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 19
Duration: 57:50
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No. Title Length
1. A Story of Boy Meets Girl ([500] Days Of Summer - Music From The Motion Picture) 1:35
2. Us (Regina Spektor) 4:48
3. There Is a Light That Never Goes Out (The Smiths) 4:02
4. Bad Kids (Black Lips) 2:08
5. Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want (Remastered) (The Smiths) 1:51
6. There Goes the Fear (Doves) 6:55
7. You Make My Dreams (Hall Oates) 3:04
8. Sweet Disposition (The Temper Trap) 3:52
9. Quelqu'un M'a Dit (Carla Bruni) 2:42
10. Mushaboom (Feist) 3:44
11. Hero (Regina Spektor) 3:29
12. Bookends (Simon & Garfunkel) 1:20
13. Vagabond (Wolfmother) 3:47
14. She's Got You High (Mumm - Ra) 3:25
15. Here Comes Your Man (Meaghan Smith) 3:13
16. Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want (She And Him) 2:12
17. Here Comes Your Man (Bonus Track) (Joseph Gordon Levitt) 0:56
18. Sugar Town (Bonus Track) (Zooey Deschanel) 2:28
19. At Last (Bonus Track) (Kevin Michael) 2:19



The tunes included on the (500) Days of Summer soundtrack reflect the emotional heights and depths of this wistfully romantic film. Bittersweet pop predominates here, with a little angst added for spice. The Smiths — a key reference point in the movie — set the right tone of obsessive longing with “There is a Light That Never Goes Out” and “Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want.” The latter is transformed into a billowy torch song by She & Him, featuring the film’s co-star Zooey Deschanel. The many complications of true love are captured in the nervous expressions of Regina Spektor (“Us,” “Hero”), the glistening, falsetto-filled effusions of the Temper Trap (“Sweet Disposition”), the brooding blues-rock of Wolfmother (“Vagabond”) and the serene, hook-laden pop of Mumma-Ra (“She’s Got You High”). Meaghan Smith’s beguiling cover of the Pixies’ “Here Comes Your Man” is a special treat. Though many of these songs are available elsewhere, they combine here to create a very appealing Summer music mix.