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Michelle
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Darren
Song   Monday, July 28, 2003 (7:16 a.m.) 

Anyone know what song is playing when Red and Seabiscuit start winning? I'm almost positive it's a song by Moby but I'm not sure which one. Thanks!!

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Laudy
Re: Song   Monday, July 28, 2003 (8:18 p.m.) 

> Anyone know what song is playing when Red and Seabiscuit start winning?
> I'm almost positive it's a song by Moby but I'm not sure which one.
> Thanks!!

I heard that, too, and had it pegged as a Moby song...it didn't fit the style of the music in the rest of the movie and it has a very Moby-ish vocal sample in it toward the beginning. But I don't know Moby well enough to know the song. But I'd like to know, because it was good. And knowing good songs is good. Right. So, if anyone knows (or had the presence of mind to stay through the credits to find out), pleas let us know. Thanks!

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Cherry
Re: Song   Friday, August 8, 2003 (10:02 p.m.) 

> I heard that, too, and had it pegged as a Moby song...it didn't fit the
> style of the music in the rest of the movie and it has a very Moby-ish
> vocal sample in it toward the beginning. But I don't know Moby well enough
> to know the song. But I'd like to know, because it was good. And knowing
> good songs is good. Right. So, if anyone knows (or had the presence of
> mind to stay through the credits to find out), pleas let us know. Thanks!

The song is called "Everloving" and it is from Moby's album entitled Play. The song starts off fairly slow but builds to what you should recognize from the movie. Hope this helps.


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Laudy
Re: Song   Monday, August 11, 2003 (7:43 p.m.) 

> The song is called "Everloving" and it is from Moby's album
> entitled Play. The song starts off fairly slow but builds to what you
> should recognize from the movie. Hope this helps.

That's exactly it. I've been looking for this tune, too. Thanks!

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