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August, 08th 2016
Nick And Norah's Infinite Playlist album description:Have you ever considered yourself loser, who was always lagging behind your contemporaries? Have you had no successful love relations or loyal friends or wild parties lasting all night? Or maybe your pets were dying in extremely young age, just several days after being bought from the pet shop? This is almost the template for this guy, Nick, who was overly dissatisfied with his life, outward appearance and everything he was. The only bright thing he had – we was a guitar player in the local adolescents band, which one night brought him success – he met a girl Norah and kissed her at once, she fell in love with him and they were hanging all night, making tremendous memories out of what’s happening around.
They are helped in their relation by such good singers as Mark Mothersbaugh or Vampire Weekend. As it is pretty easy to guess, the soundtrack for the teenage film should be accomplished mostly of rock songs, unless it isn’t a lyrical drama about great loss. It isn’t and that is why the listeners may be pleased by such gems as Speed of Sound or How To Say Goodbye. The soundtrack contains everything you must know in order to understand the spirit. Well, you know how it happens – first love, zillion of wonderful emotions within one hour, endorphins and so on. This pretty chemistry allows people to fall in love and when it passes – first 6 or something like this months – the love is over. That’s why people love to watch various kinds of scenic and filming creations, which tell of first-time-falling-in-love and other pink snots. This is best represented by the music and lyrics of a song Fever.
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