‘Garden State,’ ‘Wish I Was Here’ pressings on sale

Preorders / July 2, 2014

Earlier this year, we reported on a vinyl pressing of the Garden State soundtrack, which had appeared at outlets like Amazon and Sound Stage Direct for a price of around $40. Well, in news that should make Zach Braff fans happy, the soundtrack has now went on sale officially. It’s currently up for pre-order, in a 2xLP set, for $28, along with a vinyl pressing of Braff’s newest movie, Wish I Was Here. You can also pick up both at Amazon for a similar price (and probably cheaper shipping).

You can see the tracklisting for both releases below, which in the case of Wish I Was Here, is a relatively new discovery and includes new music from The Shins, Bon Iver and the duo of Cat Power + Coldplay. Both are 2xLP sets, pressed on 180-gram vinyl, and housed in a gatefold jacket. They’ll be released on August 5th.

Garden State:

1. Coldplay – “Don’t Panic”
2. The Shins – “Caring Is Creepy”
3. Zero 7 – “In The Waiting Line”
4. The Shins – “New Slang”
5. Colin Hay – “I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You”
6. Cary Brothers – “Blue Eyes”
7. Remy Zero – “Fair”
8. Nick Drake – “One of These Things First”
9. Thievery Corporation – “Lebanese Blonde”
10. Simon & Garfunkel – “The Only Living Boy in New York”
11. Iron and Wine – “Such Great Heights”
12. Frou Frou – “Let Go”
13. Bonnie Somerville – “Winding Road”

Wish I Was Here:

A1. The Shins – “So Now What” (Stream)
A2. Gary Jules – “Broke Window”
A3. Radical Face – “The Mute”
B1. Hozier – “Cherry Wine” (live)
B2. Bon Iver – “Holocene”
B3. Baldy Drawn Boy – “The Shining”
B4. Jump Little Children – “Mexico”
C1. Cat Power & Coldplay – “Wish I Was Here” (Premiering Next Week Through NPR)
C2. Allie Moss – “Wait It Out”
C3. Paul Simon – “The Obvious Child”
C4. Japanese Wallpaper – “Breathe In” (ft. Wafia)
D1. Bon Iver – “Heavenly Father” (Stream)
D2. Aaron Embry – “Raven’s Song”
D3.The Weepies – “Mend”
D4. The Head & The Heart – “No One to Let You Down”


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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.






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