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6 Years Soundtrack List

6 Years Soundtrack List Movie (2015) – Tracklist – Listen to full soundtrack songs, the playlist of all of the songs played in the movie, trailers songs, what songs and who sings them, including end credits. 6 Years Soundtrack Details:
Original release date: August 18, 2015 Below you can view the complete 6 Years Soundtrack list, album tracklist 1. Glazin’ – Jacuzzi Boys
2. Fame – Shrines
3. Avalanche – Gardens & Villa
4. Drive (Los Angeles) – LOLAWOLF
5. How Can You Really – Foxygen
6. Reflection OF You (Lovelock remix) – Bear In Heaven
7. Pulsing – Tomas Barfod, feat. Nina K
8. I’ll Always Wonder – Eastern Midwestern
9. Take Me – Kingdom
10. Turn To Sand – Musique Le Pop
11. Get Me – Diane Coffee
12. Indian Summer – Lindsay Burdge and Ben Rosenfield
13. I Went To The Hospital – Cass McCombs
14. Impregnable Question – Dirty Projectors
Listen to some of the full songs from the 6 Years soundtrack in a playlist
6 Years Film Information: Genre: Drama, Romance
Release date in USA: August 18, 2015 Director: Hannah Fidell
Writers: Hannah Fidell (screenplay), Hannah Fidell
Stars: Taissa Farmiga, Ben Rosenfield, Lindsay Burdge
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Scene descriptions. The songs are in the order of apperance:

1. Glazin’ – Jacuzzi Boys

[0'] Movie Title. Opening Credits. Dan and Mel having fun together.

2. Fame – Shrines

[3'] Plays in this club where Daniel goes (with his work coleagues) after leaving Mel at the other party.

3. Avalanche – Gardens & Villa

[3'] Plays in background, at the party as Mel tells her friend she wants to move in with Dan after 6 years of relationship. Her friend, Jessica, asks for a ride back home.

4. Drive (Los Angeles) – LOLAWOLF

[4'] Mel and her friend, Jessica, driving home, late at night, after the party. Before she walks in on sleeping Dan.

5. How Can You Really – Foxygen

[8'] Plays in background at Topo Records as Daniel, at his internship, gets his hat noticed by Amanda.

6. Reflection Of You (Lovelock remix) – Bear In Heaven

[13'] Plays in background as Mel has friends over and they talk about how she'd been with Dan for so long.

7. Pulsing – Tomas Barfod, feat. Nina K

[31'] After Dan and Mel have sex the morning after Dan had kissed Amanda. Plays in background, at the party where Dan and Mel go together. Plays when Mel reads Amanda's text saying she wants a do over of their kiss.

8. I’ll Always Wonder – Eastern Midwestern

[44'] Plays in background, at the bar where Dan and Amanda go out to celebrate him getting the job in Brooklyn.

9. Take Me – Kingdom

[46'] Plays when Mel arrives at the party Becca had invited her to. They drink to Mel breaking up with Dan.

10. Turn To Sand – Musique Le Pop

[46'] Mel dancing and having fun at the party after her break up with Dan.

11. Get Me – Diane Coffee

[50'] Dan and the guys from the record label karaoke this song when out to celebrate Dan's promotion.

12. Indian Summer – Lindsay Burdge and Ben Rosenfield

[52'] Amanda karaokes this song when she and the colleagues from the record go out to celebrate Dan's promotion.

13. I Went To The Hospital – Cass McCombs

[1h 08'] Amanda plays this on Dan's record when she comes over. They make love to this song.

14. Impregnable Question – Dirty Projectors

[1h 16'] End Credits, first song.

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