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Handpicked by Braff, the film’s soundtrack features a range of wistful folk-infused songs, including The Velvet Underground’s iconic 1969 song “After Hours,” written by Lou Reed, Lizzie McAlpine’s “To The Mountains,” indie rock singer-songwriter Cary Brothers’ song “Stardust,” performed in the film by Cary himself, and more. The soundtrack also features two brand-new singles written and performed by Florence Pugh, “I Hate Myself” and “The Best Part.”

Handpicked by Braff, the film’s soundtrack features a range of wistful folk-infused songs, including The Velvet Underground’s iconic 1969 song “After Hours,” written by Lou Reed, Lizzie McAlpine’s “To The Mountains,” indie rock singer-songwriter Cary Brothers’ song “Stardust,” performed in the film by Cary himself, and more. The soundtrack also features two brand-new singles written and performed by Florence Pugh, “I Hate Myself” and “The Best Part.”

602445836161

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DECCA
Rel. Date: 05/05/2023
UPC: 602445836161

A Good Person (Music From The Original Motion Picture)
Artist: Various Artists
Format: Vinyl
New: Available In Store (Wait For Email Confirmation Before Pickup) $31.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. After Hours" by The Velvet Underground
2. Time" by Angelo De Augustine
3. Hypochondriac" by Fenne Lilly
4. Wake Up With the Sun" by Odessa
5. To The Mountains" by Lizzy McAlpine
6. A Love Song Seven Ways" by Benjamin Lazar Davis
7. Stardust" by Cary Brothers
8. Ode to a Conversation Stuck In Your Throat" by Dell Water Gap
9. I Hate Myself" by Florence Pugh
10. The Best Part" by Florence Pugh
11. Deep In Love" by Bonny Light Horseman
12. On My Mind" by Leona Naess

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Handpicked by Braff, the film’s soundtrack features a range of wistful folk-infused songs, including The Velvet Underground’s iconic 1969 song “After Hours,” written by Lou Reed, Lizzie McAlpine’s “To The Mountains,” indie rock singer-songwriter Cary Brothers’ song “Stardust,” performed in the film by Cary himself, and more. The soundtrack also features two brand-new singles written and performed by Florence Pugh, “I Hate Myself” and “The Best Part.”

        
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