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11-10-2013, 08:39 PM
VA - The Vow (2012, FLAC+320)

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01. Meat Loaf - I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That) (05:23)
02. Matt Pond PA - Specks (03:49)
03. Voxhaul Broadcast - Leaving On The 5th (03:41)
04. OK Go - This Too Shall Pass (03:07)
05. Lykke Li - Get Some (03:22)
06. Phosphorescent - Nothing Was Stolen (Love Me Foolishly) (04:49)
07. Scott Hardkiss (feat. Britta Phillips & Dean Wareham) - Come On, Come On (07:35)
08. Maya von Doll - Play My Way (03:21)
09. Light FM - Problems Of Our Own (03:12)
10. Still Life Still - Neon Blue (03:20)
11. The Cure - Pictures Of You (07:28)

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In the film The Vow, bride to be (Rachel McAdams) survives a car crash and wakes from a coma without any memory of her future husband (Channing Tatum). Befitting the not-so-subtle Harlequin novel-inspired setup, the soundtrack begins with Meat Loaf's arena-sized 1993 hit "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)". What follows is an expertly crafted love letter to 21st century romance, with highlights arriving by way of Swedish siren Lykke Li ("Get Some"), psych-country balladeers Phosphorescent ("Nothing Was Stolen (Love Me Foolishly)"), and majestic, mascara-pop overlords The Cure ("Pictures of You").

Review by James Christopher Monger, Allmusic.com

THE VOW: MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE captures the couple’s poignant journey with songs from such artists as OK Go (“This Too Shall Pass”), Matt Pond PA (“Specks”) and The Cure, whose “Pictures of You” is heard playing during the film’s final scene. The digital version of the soundtrack contains The National’s “England” as an exclusive bonus track.

The physical and digital versions share 11 tracks, with the single version of Meat Loaf’s “I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)” leading off the album. Many of the songs come from indie artists such as the Canadian quintet Still Life Still (“Neon Blue”), Chicago’s Light FM (“Problems Of Our Own”) and L.A. rockers Voxhaul Broadcast (“Leaving On the 5th”). The album also includes “Nothing Was Stolen (Love Me Foolishly)” by Phosphorescent; “Play My Way” by Maya Von Doll; and a remix of Scott Hardkiss’ “Come On, Come On” that features singer Britta Phillips of Dean and Britta.

A note from director Michael Sucsy: With each new project, the first thing I do is start a music dialogue. That playlist then becomes a point of inspiration that anchors my process, helping to create an overall tone for the film I am making. For this film, I didn’t want to select songs that were too nostalgic or obscure, nor did I want them to be overly “poppy” because that can make a film feel too specifically associated with one time and place. Certain songs from the initial playlist always jump out at me. In this case, “Come On, Come On” (by Scott Hardkiss/Dean & Britta Remix) struck a chord. Its pulsing bass woke my heart and its melody, coupled with Britta Phillips’ vocals, set the bittersweet tone, which encompassed the film I knew I was making. Once that track was set, it gave me the language, the parameters, an umbrella to work under. As the other tracks started to fall into place, I needed a strong song for the ending, and I didn’t want to utilize score. When I first watched The Cure’s “Pictures of You” up against the final scene in the film, I got deeply emotional. The song has always been one of my favorites, and while it’s typically about loss and regret, in the context of this moment between Leo (Tatum) and Paige (McAdams), it takes on a whole new meaning – one of letting go. The song almost feels custom written for The Vow when you consider the lyrics and so many of the scenes from the movie. And if there was ever any doubt as to whether this song fits in the musical lexicon of the film, it turns out that Scott Hardkiss used it as his inspiration for “Come On, Come On.” I love when things come full circle.

11-11-2013, 07:41 AM
Thank you, laohu!

11-11-2013, 07:51 AM
I could post the score for this by the way :)

11-11-2013, 04:08 PM
Yes please ;)

11-11-2013, 06:17 PM
Ok, let's go with the score, MP3, 320kbps

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Artist : Rachel Portman & Michael Brook

1 A Moment of Impact
2 Come Home With Me
3 When We Met
4 First Base
5 Tomorrow Will Be Better
6 An Outsider
7 An Awkward Hug
8 Did I Keep a Journal?
9 I Could Never Get You Out of Here
10 Packing It Up
11 A Good Life Again
12 A Few Questions
13 Hard for Me Too
14 Calling It a Day
15 Remember
16 Wedding Vows (Bonus Track)

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11-11-2013, 06:32 PM
And here is the link for the Score Flac + Scans

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11-11-2013, 07:01 PM
thanks guys!!!

11-11-2013, 08:26 PM
Thank you share!

11-11-2013, 09:47 PM
Thank you Z for the FLAC!

11-11-2013, 11:34 PM
A big thanks to all the uploaders!

11-12-2013, 02:31 PM
it is short but surprisingly pleasant to listen to :)

11-22-2013, 01:26 PM
up for those who want these nice scores :)

11-22-2013, 06:35 PM
thank you to all the uploaders!

11-22-2013, 08:22 PM
Bunch of thanks

11-30-2013, 06:34 AM
more need to listen to this one ! :)

11-22-2015, 09:20 AM
Thanks a bunch. :D