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I'm Here Original Soundtrack by Various Artists

Album

I'm Here Original Soundtrack

Various Artists

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Album

I'm Here Original Soundtrack

Various Artists

Play on Napster
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Label: Chocolate Industries
The whimsical imaginations of Shel Silverstein and filmmaker Spike Jonze come together in this short film about robots falling in love, loosely based on Silverstein's The Giving Tree. In I'm Here, we learn that robots have feelings, too, and the soundtrack shares that sentiment as electronic bursts (Gui Boratto, Sleigh Bells, Animal Collective) mingle with heartfelt balladry (Aska, Girls). Jonze's brother Sam Spiegel offers subtle bleeps and bloops, while The Lost Trees (featuring Flea and Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Nick Zinner) give Of Montreal and Aska Matsumiya a vibrant boost.

About This Album

The whimsical imaginations of Shel Silverstein and filmmaker Spike Jonze come together in this short film about robots falling in love, loosely based on Silverstein's The Giving Tree. In I'm Here, we learn that robots have feelings, too, and the soundtrack shares that sentiment as electronic bursts (Gui Boratto, Sleigh Bells, Animal Collective) mingle with heartfelt balladry (Aska, Girls). Jonze's brother Sam Spiegel offers subtle bleeps and bloops, while The Lost Trees (featuring Flea and Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Nick Zinner) give Of Montreal and Aska Matsumiya a vibrant boost.

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About This Album

The whimsical imaginations of Shel Silverstein and filmmaker Spike Jonze come together in this short film about robots falling in love, loosely based on Silverstein's The Giving Tree. In I'm Here, we learn that robots have feelings, too, and the soundtrack shares that sentiment as electronic bursts (Gui Boratto, Sleigh Bells, Animal Collective) mingle with heartfelt balladry (Aska, Girls). Jonze's brother Sam Spiegel offers subtle bleeps and bloops, while The Lost Trees (featuring Flea and Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Nick Zinner) give Of Montreal and Aska Matsumiya a vibrant boost.