Soundtracks: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #

List of artists: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #


Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Soundtrack CD. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Soundtrack

 Rating:
4.2/5 (21 vote)

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Soundtrack for Movie, 2004
A Dream Upon Waking (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Bookstore (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Collecting Things (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Down the Drain (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Drive In

Jon Brion 

Elephant Parade (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometimes

Beck 

Howard Make It All Go Away (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

I Wonder (Instrumental)

The Willows 

It's The Sun

The Polyphonic Spree 

Light & Day

The Polyphonic Spree 

Main Title (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Mr. Blue Sky

Electric Light Orchestra 

Nola's Bounce (Instrumental)

Don Nelson  

Peer Pressure (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Phone Call

Jon Brion 

Postcard

Jon Brion 

Row (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Showtime (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Sidewalk Flight (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Some Kinda Shuffle (Instrumental)

Don Nelson 

Something (Instrumental)

The Willows 

Spotless Mind (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Strings That Tie To You

Jon Brion 

Theme (Instrumental)

Jon Brion 

Wada Na Tod

Lata Mangeshkar 

Music blog

August, 01st 2016

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind album description:

One day you had to ask anyone – why it was so hard to perceive this movie? Harshness in following the storyline is easy explained – it is because everything happens in the brains of the protagonist. Once he meets a girl and turns out that he was dating her once, years ago, but he doesn’t remember it, as well as she doesn’t too. The reason is they have memories erased. Almost the same thing like in “Total Recall” with Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone of 1990, only this time without all spy theme, fancy Sun system travels on Mars, shooting and without Schwarzenegger. And without Sharon Stone. All who’s left are Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet. In episodes, we have such stars as Kirsten Dunst, Mark Ruffalo and Elijah Wood. Of these three only Mark Ruffalo wasn’t famous yet.
The most part of the story goes on in the protagonist’s head, but we can, for sure, to enjoy in our heads such good performers as Beck, Jon Brion or Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) from the soundrack. Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometimes is a pretty obvious manifestation of what every person should do in own life. Of course, we will learn, this way or another, in school, university or life will teach us. Strings That Tie To You is another thing underlining the plot, out of which it is clear that one of main characters is searching information about the other one, not knowing yet that they were together.
Around 1 and a half dozens of songs here are without lyrics, as they are instrumental. Every of them are done by Jon Brion. Those that have lyrics are in minority – only around ten pieces, like the thing with totally incomprehensible title – Wada Na Tod. The soundtrack leaves the desire to have something better, but this film is the tragedy. That is why only soothing compositions were included in the list.



Recommended site
A-Z Lyrics Universe

Follow us on

Lyrics/song texts are property and copyright of their owners and provided for educational purposes.