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  • kelvinj

    so wonderful a tune...

    Octubre 2013
  • BrokenTel

    This is the one that blows my mind, every time.

    Junio 2011
  • nomadicherder

    1:54 reminds me of the fox and the hound. . . or some disney movie.

    Mayo 2011
  • MatheusAgostin

    5:22 solo makes me cry somehow

    Mayo 2011
  • MrMorizon

    Those vocals, those strings, that arrangement, those drums, omg. Owen Pallett is probably the most promising recent artist. Together with Arcade Fire, i guess, but he does the arrangements for them, too, so maybe that doesn't count. Seriously, this guy is so awesome. Heartland is enjoyed best during nighttime and in a whole, imho.

    Abril 2011
  • defenestrae

    The last track is integral to the story, it shows what happens to Lewis...

    Marzo 2011
  • _KevMusic_

    So many moments of YES! And really, it's all about the trumpet line *leading up to* the chordal change at 6:15, which just truly tops it off.

    Diciembre 2010
  • Totoralex

    5:22 == auditory orgasm

    Diciembre 2010
  • fischerprice

    soft rock.... really?

    Septiembre 2010
  • strata_rep

    trumpet solo at 5:22 kills me

    Julio 2010
  • bigbadapplejax

    1:54

    Julio 2010
  • Juddu

    This should have been the closing track, the last track ruins it for me..

    Julio 2010
  • Indieschaf

    Genius, beginning reminds me of one of my all time favs.... "Come on, feel the Illinoise" - Sufjan Stevens

    Febrero 2010
  • Dysrianism

    this is pretty damn impressive

    Febrero 2010
  • scent_of_snow

    sublime :)

    Enero 2010
  • lukeloseth

    wow, an unexpected turn from pallett. love it

    Enero 2010
  • blebbio

    the only track i like whole lot on Heartland.

    Enero 2010
  • Snoo52

    Loooove the piano.

    Enero 2010
  • monosynthluv

    ohnoes. you killed owen. :(

    Diciembre 2009
  • ialves

    AUDITORY ORGASMS. My favorite from Heartland.

    Diciembre 2009
  • gustaphor

    oh fuck yes

    Diciembre 2009