Hal Hartley | The Girl from Monday (Original Soundtrack)

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The Girl from Monday (Original Soundtrack)

by Hal Hartley

Motion picture soundtrack
Genre: Pop: New Romantic
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1. Partisans
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2. This Thing Between Us Now
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3. The Girl from Monday
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2:04 $0.99
4. Immigrants
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5. Conspiracy
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6. Caught
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7. Constellation
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8. Because It Feels Good
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9. Not Too Far to Fall
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10. Insurance
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11. Crisis
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12. The Body
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13. Mission
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14. Exiles
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15. An Errant Son
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16. Try
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17. Star 147x
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18. Not from Around Here
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
An aggressive clash of mechanical and acoustic instruments, catchy melodies and rich, sometimes dissonant harmonies; modernist, electronic, and beat-driven. This music grew out of the work Hal Hartley was engaged in from 1998 till 2004 – a period in which he chose to focus on more experimental films, theater, and music.


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