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Shopgirl soundtrack

Shopgirl (2005)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 80119012242
Label: Reincarnate Music
Label number: 1224
Running time: not on file
Shipping date: January 3rd, 2006
Original score by Barrington Pheloung
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Meeting Mirabelle
2. The Magic of Mirabelle
3. Little Lonely Star
4. Where Is His Number?
5.  Coitus Interruptus - Silent Aftermath
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Sound of Settling - Death Cab for Cutie (trailer song) 

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: Does anyone know what song is played during the scene when they attend the event in New York? (from Jolley in Atlanta, GA)
A: It's a song by Mark Kozelek, who plays the lead singer of the band on the road. Not sure of the song's name, but three songs are credited to Kozelek in the film: "Lily & Parrots," "Carry Me Ohio" and "Make Like Paper." (thanks to OSTfan, Burlingameadd more info
A: It's "Carry Me Ohio." (thanks to Brenda, Rochester, NYadd more info
A: The band's name is "Sun Kill Moon." (thanks to Kmac, Victoria, BC Canadaadd more info
A: "Carry Me Ohio" and it's by Sun Kill Moon. enjoy. (thanks to kenny, coloradoadd more info

Q: Does anyone know the song playing during the scene when Maribelle goes to a bar? It goes something like "...she holds a ciggarette... has a smile I won't forget..." I would really like to know. I have been looking for this song for forever!! (from Kat in georgia)
A: The song is called "Somewhere in My Heart" by the Volebeats from their "Sky and the Ocean" CD. (thanks to jim, portland, oregonadd more info

Q: What is the name of the last song at the end of the movie? It's beautiful I can't find it anywhere.
...from haitiankween in miami (answer haitiankween's question)

Q: Does anyone know the name of the song playing at the beginning and the end, with violin, no lyrics only melody? Thanks. (from mastermind in Germany)
A: Probably "Main Titles." It's the last track on the CD! (thanks to OSTfan, Burlingameadd more info

Q: Does anyone have information on the song at the bar when Jeremy replaces the amp for "hot tears"? (from gk in LA)
A: The song is titled "Lily And Parrots" by the band Sun Kil Moon. (thanks to Jewel, Atlantaadd more info

Q: What's the music playing in the background when they are at Universal Citywalk towards the end?
...from Rosanna in Santa monica,CA  (answer Rosanna's question)

Q: What song is playing when Mirabelle is depressed and crying in her bed? Thanks!
...from Carrie in Marin, CA (answer Carrie's question)

Q: I am looking for the song that goes like this: "...I only wanna be with you..." What's the name? (from winston in south africa)
A: Dusty Springfield's "I Wanna Be With You" (thanks to Daddy, Londonadd more info

Q: Which song is playing when Jason Schwartzman is in Claire Danes' apartment and he switches on the stereo?  (from HB86 in South Africa)
A: It sounds to me like a System of a Down song, but it's hard to tell because there's only a second that plays. (thanks to Meghan, The Shireadd more info

Q: What is the band's name and the song name when Mirabelle is sitting in a bar and listening to the band on stage? (from Tim in buffalo, ny)
A: The song is called "Somewhere in My Heart" by the Volebeats from their "Sky and the Ocean" CD. (thanks to Rachel, Caliadd more info

Q: What's the depressing instrumental piano song? (from christina in TN)
A: Hello, I too love this song and have been searching. I found this - this is close if not it. So close... Arvo Part's "Sueno de Angel." It may be an adaptation of this. Try it. Search it on youtube and go to 1:20 :) (thanks to Claire, Irelandadd more info

Q: Who covers "Love Will Tear Us Apart" in this movie?
...from Patrick in Buffalo NY (answer Patrick's question)

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