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Posted 13 May 2005 - 07:44 PM

In the scene where Zach is spacing out on the couch at that party, what song is playing? I like it.

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Posted 13 May 2005 - 07:44 PM


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Posted 13 May 2005 - 07:47 PM

One of the most asked questions has been when does some of the songs on the soundtrack appear in the movie. We have made a list, thanks to a lot of the fans, to try and answer this question.
      Don't Panic by Cold Play was played at the start of the movie. It plays when the title appears, during the plane scene and when Largeman is lying in bed.
      Caring Is Creepy by The Shins is played when Largeman takes his motorcycle out of a ride, for the first time.
      In The Waiting Line by Zero 7 is played during the house party scene when all the people move around Largeman in fast motion.
      New Slag by The Shins is what Sam is listening to at the Doctor's office. When Largeman puts on Sam's headphones we can hear the song. It's also played out side the doctor's office before they head off on Largeman's motorcycle.
      I Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You by Colin Hay during the hamster funeral and camera pans up for a wide shot. It is also the song Sam plays on her record player.
      Blue Eyes by Cary Brothers is played when Largeman and Sam are talking at the bar.
      Fair by Remy Zero is played when Sam starts to tap dance for Largeman in front of the fireplace.
      One Of These Things First by Nick Drake is played when Largeman, Sam and Mark are headed the to hardware store.
      Lebanese Blonde by Thievery Corporation is played walking in the hotel to head to the hidden area. Starts off with the slow motion shot of them as they enter the hotel.
      The Only Living Boy In New York by Simon & Garfunkel is played when Large and the others leave the "ark" and climb on top of the bulldozer and screams.
      Such Great Heights by Iron and White is played when we see Sam and Large in bed.
      Let Go by Frou Frou is played at the end of the movie as Large returns back to Sam at the airport. It's the song played at the end credits.
      Winding Road is played after "Let Go" during the ending credits. The scene that the song appeared in was cut.

Songs not on the Soundtrack: 
  Three Times a Lady- Lionel Richie (song by Aunt Sylvia during the funeral and that first notes are heard as Large walks past the Airport Faucets)
  Fast Lane- Chad Fisher (when Large arrives at the house party)
  You Can Call Me- The Sho-Shot All-Stars (when Large is kissed after playing Spin the Bottle)
  Orange Sky- Alexi Murdock (Sam plays the on her recorder player)
  Adelita- Francisco Tarrega (Played during the Sam Ice Skating Video)
  Love Will Come Through- Travis (Played during the Trailer and on the Official website)
  Such Great Heights- The Postal Service (hear in the Trailer and official site but not the same as the remake on the soundtrack/movie)

In case you need the others as well.

From zach-braff.com

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Posted 13 May 2005 - 07:49 PM

thank you

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Posted 14 May 2005 - 12:15 AM

also Whitey by Everlast is being played at the party. Which is a sweet song.

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