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Catch and Release soundtrack

Catch and Release (2007)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 88697058522
Label: Legacy
Label number: 705852
Running time: not on file
Shipping date: January 23rd, 2007
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1.  Razor - Foo Fighters [4:53]
2.  My Drug Buddy - The Lemonheads [2:53]
3.  A Nest For Two - Blinker the Star [4:04]
4.  Mornings Eleven - The Magic Numbers [5:34]
5.  Pills - Gary Jules [2:21]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Nothing Left to Lose - Mat Kearney (trailer song) 

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: There is a song in the trailer with a guy singing. What song is it? (from bob in texas)
A: It's called "Nothing Left to Lose" by Matt Kearney (thanks to atkroger, Valdosta, GAadd more info

Q: What's the song playing during the love scene when they were out on the couch/bed in the middle of the night? (from brinna in california)
A: The song is called "What If You" by Joshua Radin. It's #10 on the soundtrack! Great song! (thanks to Rachelle, Ottawa, Canadaadd more info

Q: What song is playing when Jennifer Garner drives along the curvy road to Timothy Olyphant's house? (from Kenzie in TN)
A: Death Cab For Cutie, "Soul Meets Body." Good song. CD title. Plans. check it. (thanks to Stefanie Lou, Oregonadd more info
A: Also, if you liked that song, you'll love all Death Cab for Cutie. They're an amazing Indie band. (thanks to Meranda, michiganadd more info

Q: What is the song playing on the commercials, and is the song on the soundtrack? (from Lucky in Kew Gardens, N.Y, U.S.A)
A: I didn't hear any of the songs from the trailer or this commercial on the soundtrack. The song in the commercial is "Ashes" by Embrace though. (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What song plays right at the beginning of the movie? (from leslio in miami,fl)
A: It's "Razor" from the Foo Fighters (thanks to Sabrina, Canadaadd more info

Q: Does anyone know what song plays in the end when Jennifer Garner reaches that guy's house on the beach in L.A.?? There were two songs playing, one while she was travelling I think and one when she reaches his door. (from Aliya in Canada)
A: Track 16. "Soul Meets Body" (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What is the background music playing when Jennifer Garner is walking on the beach to the guy? (from Chris in Ottawa, Canada)
A: You may want to check out the original score (background) music CD that was also made. Catch and Release score soundtrack. (thanks to SoundtrackHolmes, 221B Baker Stadd more info

Q: What's that song playing in the background when Grey and Fritz are walking through the forest on the bridge? It also plays when Grey slaps him and he pins her arms against the wall and they kiss. (from Tony in Ohio)
A: It's by BT & Tommy Stinson. It's track 6 on the score CD, "Fritz and Gray Walk The Creek." (thanks to caitlyn, los angeles, california, united statesadd more info

Q: What song is playing when Jennifer Garner and Timothy Olyphant kiss in the shed?
...from caitlynn in los angeles, california (answer caitlynn's question)

Q: What's the song Jennifer Garner sings when she is entering her house after getting drunk and then falls on the bed? (from lea in lebanon)
A: It's by Willie Nelson. The song is called "Mama Don't Let Your Baby Grow Up to be Cowboys" (thanks to KDC, Dalla, TX, USAadd more info

Q: What's the song playing in the closing credits? It is only instrumental/guitar - no lyrics. Thanks!
...from camona in Ashburn, VA, USA (answer camona's question)

Q: What song is playing when Grey is going through her storage and finds her wedding dress??
...from country_girlie in michigan (answer country_girlie's question)

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