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Love it!!!

Saw the film last night for the first time expecting a disappointing sequel to the amazing Donnie Darko, instead within the first five minutes I was hooked! The tune going into the film is an epic start to it, I would say more than the song right at the end before the credits, but nevertheless some pretty funky tunes throughout to reflect the psychological twists and turns. Nothing could beat its prequel for being that much of a classic, including attempting to match the fantastic Mad World, but regardless the film and the music is a must to see if you love psychological coming-of-age thrillers. Watch and listen to it!!


Born: 14 August 1977 in Lewes, East Sussex, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After the demise of his previous band, Snug, British songwriter Ed Harcourt launched a short-lived career as a chef while continuing to write his own songs. A fan of Tom Waits and Jeff Buckley, he quickly abandoned the kitchen in favor of a solo songwriting career, one that found him progressing from bass guitar (his chief instrument with Snug) to a number of other instruments including the piano, guitar, banjo, and drums. Harcourt proved to be a prolific, genre-hopping musician and spent much of...
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