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Mad World


Again discovering music while looking at snowboard footages – this time is about the Mad World song.

This Gary Jules version of the song was used as a background for quite a nice snowboard video. But actually the song is an excellent one by itself. Originally performed by Tears for Fears, it was remixed in 2001 in Gary Jules / Michael Andrews version.

A relaxing and inspiring song altogether – you can download it here (Gary Jules version).

4 comments so far

You should see DONNIE DARKO :)

A while ago I wrote something about it and about the songs I (re)discovered watching it :)


Waaaaaiiiit a second, who hasn’t seen Donnie Darko?

Dude! Get it! Like, now! It’s a great way to end a boring day, you’ll be thinking about it for quite a while after seeing it.

its a crap song depressing as anything and newayz it was realeased in 2003 by gray jules beacuse it went straight to xmas no1 when it should have been the darkness

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