Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist / O.S.T. (Colv) - Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist / O.S.T. [Colored Vinyl] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Speed of Sound-Chris Bell
2. Lover-Devendra Banhart
3. Middle Management-Bishop Allen
4. Ottoman-Vampire Weekend
5. Riot Radio-The Dead 60s
6. Fever-Takka Takka
7. Xavia-The Submarines
8. After Hours-We Are Scientists
9. Our Swords-Band of Horses
10. Silvery Sleds-Army Navy
11. Baby, You're My Light-Richard Hawley
12. Very Loud-Shout Out Louds
13. How to Say Goodbye-Paul Tiernan
14. Last Words-The Real Tuesday Weld
15. Nick ; Norah's Theme-Mark Mothersbaugh

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Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist-Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ("YELLOW" VINYL) - With a title like that, and a plot that revolves around desperate attempts to attend a secret show by a mythical, legendary indie rock band ("Where's Fluffy?"), Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist HAD to have a good soundtrack or be subject to withering putdowns from the alternative music press. Well, the movie really delivered, providing a snapshot of the (mostly) NYC independent music scene circa 2008 with tracks from such stalwarts as Vampire Weekend, Devendra Banhart, We Are Scientists, Band of Horses, and Richard Hawley (along with some surprises like Big Star's Chris Bell). And who better to compose the score than Mark Mothersbaugh of DEVO, who chips in with "Nick & Norah's Theme" to wrap up the album!? Unbelievably, this concentrated dose of musical hipness has NEVER seen a reissue on vinyl, and OG copies go for triple figures... for it's 15th anniversary, we've created a beautiful, "scrapbook" gatefold jacket with production stills to hold two records pressed in yellow to match the color of Michael Cera's Yugo!