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Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind [Soundtrack OST] 2004



The soundtrack album for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind was released by Hollywood Records on March 16, 2004. It features the score, composed by Los Angeles musician Jon Brion, as well as songs from artists Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), the Polyphonic Spree, the Willowz, and Don Nelson. Beck, in a collaboration with Jon Brion, provides a cover version of the Korgis' "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime". Many of the vocal songs either revolve around memories or the sun.




Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind [Soundtrack OST] 2004



Three filmi songs from old Hindi movies can be heard playing in the background (when Clementine invites Joel to her apartment for a drink). These are "Mera Man Tera Pyasa" (My mind yearns for you) from the movie Gambler (1971) performed by Mohammed Rafi, "Tere Sang Pyar Main" from the movie Nagin (1976) performed by Lata Mangeshkar, and "Wada Na Tod" (Break not the promise) also by Lata Mangeshkar from the movie Dil Tujhko Diya (Gave my heart to you, 1987). All three songs are listed in the original soundtrack credits.


How happy is the blameless vestal's lot!The world forgetting, by the world forgot:Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind!Each prayer accepted, and each wish resigned;


The soundtrack album for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind was composed by Los Angeles musician Jon Brion, also featuring songs from artists including The Polyphonic Spree, The Willowz, and Don Nelson. Hollywood Records released the soundtrack on March 16, 2004.[38] A cover version of The Korgis' "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" with instrumentation by Brion and vocals by Beck operates as the soundtrack's centerpiece, setting the film's tone in the opening credits, and closing the film.[38][39]


Roger Ebert of Chicago Sun-Times in his initial 2004 review gave the film 3 out of a possible 4.[52] He revisited the film in 2010 when he referred to Kaufman as "the most gifted screenwriter of the 2000s" and revised the rating to a full four stars, adding it to his "Great Movies" list.[53] A. O. Scott of The New York Times praised the film for being "cerebral, formally and conceptually complicated, dense with literary allusions and as unabashedly romantic as any movie you'll ever see".[54] Time Out summed up their review by saying, "the formidable Gondry/Kaufman/Carrey axis works marvel after marvel in expressing the bewildering beauty and existential horror of being trapped inside one's own addled mind, and in allegorising the self-preserving amnesia of a broken but hopeful heart."[55]


The answer here is not much of one. Jon Brion has written a perfectly ambient score: It's undistracting, yet contains interesting sounds and ideas for those who choose to be distracted by it. But with this balance comes a powerful dependence on Eternal Sunshine's visual elements. The value of listening to Brion's score by itself-- with the exception of his thematically tongue-in-cheek "Strings That Tie to You"-- is situated in the potency of its corresponding visual nostalgia. This seems to be the logical fate of most film scores, but in the case of Eternal Sunshine, Brion's insistence on certain themes popping in and out of his textures seems particularly appropriate, as the soundtrack's fluid matrix performatizes the cinematography's mind/body collapse: In the film, Brion's organi-synthgaze postlude "Phone Calls" plays after Joel decides not to try and save his first memory of Clementine, but just to enjoy it. Here, Brion's score meets Eternal Sunshine's oculophilia halfway, and fittingly comprises one of the film's most potent scenes.


  • CREDITS

  • Film Work

  • Musician, Boogie Nights, New Line Cinema, 1997

  • Sound technician (All-Star Audio), The Girls Guitar Club (short film), 2001

  • Talent maker, Vanilla Sky, Paramount, 2001

  • Conductor and music producer, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Focus Features, 2004

  • Performer and producer of songs appearing in films, television productions, and videos.

  • Film Appearances

  • Awards ceremony band member, Boogie Nights, New Line Cinema, 1997

  • Television Appearances

  • Episodic

  • Himself, Real Time with Bill Maher, HBO, 2003

  • Pilots

  • Host, The Jon Brion Show, VH1, 2000

  • RECORDINGS

  • Albums

  • (With the Grays) Ro Sham Bo, Epic, 1994

  • Meaningless, 2000

  • Punch-Drunk Love (soundtrack), Nonesuch, 2002

  • Album Musician

  • Aimee Mann, Whatever, Geffen, 1993

  • (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push(); Aimee Mann, I'm with Stupid, Geffen, 1995

  • Aimee Mann, Bachelor No. 2, Superego Records, 2000

  • Album Producer

  • Aimee Mann, Whatever, Geffen, 1993

  • Aimee Mann, I'm with Stupid, Geffen, 1995

  • Fiona Apple, When the Pawn ... , Clean Slate/Epic, 1999

  • Macy Gray, On How Life Is, Epic, 1999

  • (With others) Aimee Mann, Bachelor No. 2, Superego Records, 2000

  • Brad Mehldau, Largo, Warner Bros, 2002

  • Also produced records for others, including Rufus Wainwright.

  • Videos

  • Himself, That Moment: Magnolia Diary (documentary; also known as That Moment: Magnolia Diary October 1998-March 2000), New Line Home Video, 2000

  • WRITINGS

  • Film Music

  • (With others) Hard Eight (also known as Sydney), Samuel Goldwyn, 1996

  • (With others) Magnolia (also known as mag-no'li-a), New Line Cinema, 1999

  • Punch-Drunk Love, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2002

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Focus Features, 2004

  • I Heart Huckabeees (also known as I Love Huckabees), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2004

  • Brion's songs have been featured in films, television productions, and videos.

  • Television Music

  • Series

  • BTM2 (also known as Behind the Music 2 and VH1's "Behindthe Music 2"), VH1, beginning 2000

  • Video Music

  • Blossoms & Blood (short film; also known as Blossoms and Blood), Columbia/TriStar Home Entertainment, 2003

  • Albums

  • (With the Grays) Ro Sham Bo, Epic, 1994

  • Magnolia (soundtrack), Warner Bros., 2000

  • Meaningless, 2000

  • Punch-Drunk Love (soundtrack), Nonesuch, 2002



Written by Charlie Kaufman and directed by Michel Gondry, the 2004 movie follows an estranged couple (Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet) who have erased each other from their memories. The soundtrack features score, composed by Los Angeles musician Jon Brion, as well as songs from artists E.L.O., The Polyphonic Spree, The Willowz, and Don Nelson. Beck, in a collaboration with Jon Brion, provides a cover version of the Korgis' "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime". Jon Brion has composed music for numerous motion pictures, including Magnolia, Synecdoche New York, and Lady Bird. Orange Swirl 2LP.1. Theme - Performed by Jon Brion 2. Mr. Blue Sky - Performed by ELO 3. Collecting Things - Performed by Jon Brion 4. Light & Day - Performed by The Polyphonic Spree 5. Bookstore - Performed by Jon Brion 6. Section 2 (It's The Sun) (KCRW) - Performed by The Polyphonic Spree 7. Wada Na Tod - Performed by Lata Mangeshkar 8. Showtime - Performed by Jon Brion 9. Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometimes - Performed by Beck 10. Sidewalk Fight - Performed by Jon Brion 11. Some Kinda Shuffle - Performed by Don Nelson 12. Howard Makes It All Go Away - Performed by Jon Brion 13. Something - Performed by Willowz 14. Postcard - Performed by Jon Brion 15. I Wonder - Performed by Willowz 16. Peer Pressure - Performed by Jon Brion 17. A Dream Upon Waking - Performed by Jon Brion 18. Strings That Tie To You - Performed by Jon Brion 19. Phone Call - Performed by Jon Brion 20. Nola's Bounce - Performed by Don Nelson 21. Down The Drain - Performed by Jon Brion 22. Row - Performed by Jon Brion 23. Drive In - Performed by Jon Brion 24. Main Title - Performed by Jon Brion 25. Spotless Mind - Performed by Jon Brion 26. Elephant Parade - Performed by Jon Brion


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