Flicks in Pieces Oct 27: iPod Scores 

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Flicks in Pieces is a weekly feature devoted not to entire movies, but to the individual parts of them that we love and loathe.

The soundtracks of our lives tend to come from contemporary pop music. Sometimes, though, they come from actual soundtracks.

Movie music can be amazingly evocative in context, but it can also be so emotionally affecting that we're even happy to listen to it out of context. What cinematic scores, songs and themes have left such an impression that you might listen to them all by their lonesome? Maybe they're shuffling on your digital playlist right now ...

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