Muse Magazine

Sunday, April 02, 2006

SOUNDS: If our life had a soundtrack...




The sweeping aerial view opener:
"La Ritournelle" by Sebastien Tellier (Click on song titles to listen)



The satirical self-referential montage:

"Black Betty" by Kudu


The boy meets girl on a beach on a summer day and they connect with each other and now they're so happy they found one another montage:
"Dream" by Alice Smith


The love scene:
"Just Me 'N' You" by JR Bailey from Gilles Peterson Digs America


The travelling home on a train in deep self-introspection sequence:
"Thought It Out" by the Randy Watson Experience featuring Al Green


The break-up scene which ends with an epiphany that life isn't all romantic movie montages:
"Character" by Van Hunt


The closing credits:
"You've Gotta Have Freedom" by Build An Ark


-Muse
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