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Cabin In The Air

theuncool on May 22, 2012 01:55


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    • bigastro
      bigastro at 1.49 on December 19, 2013 12:25

      I just close my eyes and smile listening to this on repeat..God..some people just leave that footprint that only some songs relive the memories...

    • etrois
      etrois at 0.13 on August 31, 2013 10:10

      goosebumps everywhere

    • hollieivany
      hollieivany at 0.59 on April 24, 2013 03:16

      God I love this. So much. Thank you, Cameron, and thank you Nancy :)

    • aplusf
      aplusf at 0.00 on March 20, 2013 08:37

      This song always gives me the chills

    • vinokurius
      vinokurius on November 07, 2012 17:57

      Thank you SO MUCH! I've been searching this music for years! Simply amazing music! I have no words.. Nancy Wilson brilliant!

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    • Cymryu Beats
      Cymryu Beats at 0.00 on September 10, 2012 05:15

      Incredible track - been searching for this for years, thank you Mr Crowe!

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    • wbhendrix
      wbhendrix at 1.06 on June 02, 2012 20:52

      could put this on repeat for hours... just pure gold.

    • Kat Dvorak
      Kat Dvorak on May 25, 2012 05:28

      Thank you SO MUCH for putting this up. I was terribly disappointed after watching the movie years ago when I discovered that this song wasn't including on the soundtrack nor was it released elsewhere. My life is now complete :) again, thank you.

    • Mike Barbre Seattle
      Mike Barbre Seattle on May 23, 2012 00:00

      The epitome of melancholy. I have no idea how to explain it. I wasn't a year out of college when I saw Almost Famous and this score's effect on me (not to mention the entire soundtrack) was thorough. Getting thrown out here into the ugly world, having some dreams dashed while others were within reach was kind of the feeling I had in moving to Seattle and making my adult dreams come true. (while others did not) This one definitely goes into the soundtrack of my life.

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