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The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture)

Various Artists

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1.1
Step Out
José González
4:02
1.2
Dirty Paws
Of Monsters and Men
4:31
1.3
Stay Alive
José González
4:27
1.4
Far Away
Junip
2:42
1.5
Don't Let It Pass
Junip
3:55
1.6
Lake Michigan
Rogue Wave
3:47
1.7
Escape (The Pina Colada Song)
Jack Johnson
4:02
1.8
Don't You Want Me (feat. The Weather Station)
Bahamas; The Weather Station
3:19
1.9
The Wolves & The Ravens
Rogue Valley
4:11
1.10
Space Oddity (Mitty Mix) (feat. Kristen Wiig)
David Bowie; Kristen Wiig
5:11
1.11
#9 Dream
José González
5:38
1.12
Maneater
Grace Mitchell
3:55
Total Playing Time    49:40
"This is a pleasant collection of songs ..."
- contactmusic.com

This album is a compilation of songs that accompany the character Walter Mitty during his numerous adventures. Featuring artists such as José Gonzalez, Junip, Of Monsters and Men and Grace Mitchell, the album is an excellent mix of contemporary pop.
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