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    時の洗礼を受けていないものを読むな
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    Norwegian Wood
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Jonny Greenwood - 時の洗礼を受けていないものを読むな

So beautiful I could cry.

English title: Don’t Read Things That Have Not Had the Baptism of Time

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    Radiohead
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    Pyramid Song (Zeds Dead Remix)
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    Step Up Revolution [Soundtrack]
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Radiohead - Pyramid Song (Zeds Dead Remix)

Remix featured in the latest film in the Step Up franchise, Step Up Revolution

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    Hearing Damage
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    The Twilight Saga: New Moon - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
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Thom Yorke - Hearing Damage

The new Twilight movie (Breaking Dawn Pt.1) is actually awesome. I saw it on November 17th in a midnight show (technically, it was a Wednesday) and I kinda like it… it’s almost as good as the first movie (A movie that I also like) and the book.

Is there any other Twilight and Radiohead fans here?

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Jonny Greenwood - Milky Drops From Heaven

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    There Will Be Blood
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Future Markets by Jonny Greenwood

From the soundtrack of “There Will Be Blood”

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    Exit Music (For A Film)
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    William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet
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Original Exit Music (For A Film) version, featuted in the closing credits from Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, with Leonardo DiCpario and Claire Danes in the cast. There are some minor production differences, being the most notorious the drumming after the final fade, something that gives to the track a more epic feeling.

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