The Last Kiss Soundtrack

September 11, 2006


I didn’t get a chance to see the sneak preview of The Last Kiss and you can question Zach Braff as an actor and his directorial debut in Garden State but you can’t deny his incredible taste in music. He won a Grammy making his “mixtape” or rather his soundtrack for Garden State and after listening to the The Last Kiss soundtrack, he might be on track for a second.


1. Chocolate – Snow Patrol
2. Star Mile – Joshua Radin
3. Pain Killer – Turin Brakes
4. Warning Sign – Coldplay
5. Ride – Cary Brothers
6. El Salvador – Athlete
7. Hide And Seek – Imogen Heap
8. Reason Why – Rachael Yamagata
9. Hold You In My Arms – Ray LaMontagne
10. Prophecy – Remy Zero
11. Paper Bag – Fiona Apple
12. Today’s The Day – Aimee Mann
13. Arms of a Woman – Amos Lee
14. Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk (Reprise) – Rufus Wainwright
15. Paperweight – Joshua Radin and Schuyler Fisk


3 Responses to “The Last Kiss Soundtrack”

  1. Bea Says:

    Snow Patrol!!

    In truth, I did love the Garden State soundtrack more than the actual movie.

  2. Your Big Sister Says:

    Hey bro.
    I told you i saw this movie in a sneak preview in Munich, a few weeks back. In general the movie was a little bit of a sequel to garden state (in the theme only), but a million times more commercial (in the bad way)

    It confronted issues that are new to our generation, such as early life crisis….eldery parents, changing careers, biological clocks, reliving our youths, premature marriages, affairs, refusing to grow up and becoming responisibly adults.

    Music was good, as usual, and the funny thing is…that rachael-something-girl from the OC gives zac braff’s character a mixed tape…. I still like garden state a lot more (and the soundtrack).

  3. Jonathan Ng Says:

    Bea – Yeah. I liked the music better than the movie. The soundtrack really helped the film greatly. I thought it was weak at times.

    My Big Sis – I think I might check it out this weekend. I feel like watching a “reflective” movie though I might not relate to the characters in the movie as much as you did being in the same age range of the characters. On a sidenote, I didn’t know Paul Haggis wrote the screenplay. You know the guy who wrote “Crash” and “Million Dollar Baby”. Both films I did not really like. Haha but nevertheless, I’ll give this one a chance.

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