History Literature / HighFidelity

9th Jan '18 7:06:24 AM powerman228
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* InUniverseSoundtrack: Rob Gordon is the manager of a record store, and most of the songs in the film soundtrack are played InUniverse by him and his employees. This includes a cover of Music/MarvinGaye's "Let's Get It On" performed by Creator/JackBlack, whose character Barry sings it in the film.

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* InUniverseSoundtrack: Rob Gordon is the manager of a record store, and most Most of the songs in the film soundtrack are played InUniverse by him Rob and his employees.employees in the record store. This includes a cover of Music/MarvinGaye's "Let's Get It On" performed by Creator/JackBlack, whose character Barry sings it in the film.
9th Jan '18 3:49:16 AM Tarhalindur
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* InUniverseSoundtrack: Rob Gordon is the manager of a record store, and most of the songs in the film soundtrack are played InUniverse by him and his employees. This includes a cover of Music/MarvinGaye's "Let's Get It On" performed by Creator/JackBlack, whose character Barry sings it in the film.
16th Dec '17 2:28:08 PM nombretomado
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** The book is laden with music shout-outs from start to finish. It includes many of Rob's music-related top five lists, with titles like "Top Five ElvisCostello Songs," "Top Five Best Side One Track Ones," and "Top Five Floor-fillers at The Groucho."

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** The book is laden with music shout-outs from start to finish. It includes many of Rob's music-related top five lists, with titles like "Top Five ElvisCostello Music/ElvisCostello Songs," "Top Five Best Side One Track Ones," and "Top Five Floor-fillers at The Groucho."
28th Nov '17 6:15:35 PM nombretomado
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* LondonTown: In the book.
29th Aug '17 8:27:56 PM FactoidCow
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''High Fidelity'' is a 1995 British novel by Nick Hornby (also known for ''Literature/AboutABoy''). It was adapted into a [[FilmOfTheBook 2000 film]] directed by Creator/StephenFrears and starring Creator/JohnCusack. It also served as the basis for a 2006 Broadway musical of the same name.

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''High Fidelity'' is a 1995 British novel by Nick Hornby Creator/NickHornby (also known for ''Literature/AboutABoy''). It was adapted into a [[FilmOfTheBook 2000 film]] directed by Creator/StephenFrears and starring Creator/JohnCusack. It also served as the basis for a 2006 Broadway musical of the same name.
22nd Feb '17 12:36:56 AM gewunomox
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* TheCameo: BruceSpringsteen appears as an apparition to Rob in the movie.

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* TheCameo: BruceSpringsteen Music/BruceSpringsteen appears as an apparition to Rob in the movie.
8th Feb '17 6:36:18 PM Mdumas43073
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''High Fidelity'' is a 1995 British novel by Nick Hornby (also known for ''Literature/AboutABoy''). It was adapted into a [[FilmOfTheBook 2000 film]] directed by Stephen Frears and starring John Cusack. It also served as the basis for a 2006 Broadway musical of the same name.

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''High Fidelity'' is a 1995 British novel by Nick Hornby (also known for ''Literature/AboutABoy''). It was adapted into a [[FilmOfTheBook 2000 film]] directed by Stephen Frears Creator/StephenFrears and starring John Cusack.Creator/JohnCusack. It also served as the basis for a 2006 Broadway musical of the same name.


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7th Feb '17 12:00:44 AM ThallianGold
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** Number five: "Jackie Alden. [[spoiler: Jackie Alden's breakup had no effect on my life whatsoever. It was a casual thing, and I was glad when it ended. [[BelatedLoveEpiphany I just slotted her in to bump Laura out of position.]]"]]
2nd Jan '17 2:25:32 PM MBI
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* IndulgentFantasySegue: Three in a row, dealing with how Rob ''wants'' to deal with Ian when the latter shows up at the store to talk about Laura man-to-man. The first time he loudly tells Ian off; the second time, he threatens him with violence and sends him running from the store like a coward. It culminates with a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown where ''Dick'' throws the first punch and the fight ends with Ian's head crushed under a air conditioner window-unit]]. What ''actually'' happens is Rob reacts like a sensible person and says he'll consider Ian's suggestion to drop the matter.

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* IndulgentFantasySegue: Three in a row, dealing with how Rob ''wants'' to deal with Ian when the latter shows up at the store to talk about Laura man-to-man. The first time he loudly tells Ian off; the second time, he threatens him with violence and sends him running from the store like a coward. It culminates with a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown where ''Dick'' throws the first punch Rob, Dick and the fight ends Barry lay him out and crush his head with Ian's head crushed under a an air conditioner window-unit]].unit. What ''actually'' happens is Rob reacts like a sensible person and says he'll consider Ian's suggestion to drop the matter.
2nd Jan '17 2:23:07 PM MBI
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* IndulgentFantasySegue: Three in a row, dealing with how Rob ''wants'' to deal with Ian when the latter shows up at the store to talk about Laura man-to-man. First he cusses Ian out, then he punches him out. These culminate in [[spoiler:a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown where ''Dick'' throws the first punch and the fight ends with Ian's head crushed under a air conditioner window-unit]]. What ''actually'' happens is Rob reacts like a sensible person and says he'll consider Ian's suggestion to drop the matter.

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* IndulgentFantasySegue: Three in a row, dealing with how Rob ''wants'' to deal with Ian when the latter shows up at the store to talk about Laura man-to-man. First The first time he cusses loudly tells Ian out, then off; the second time, he punches threatens him out. These culminate in [[spoiler:a with violence and sends him running from the store like a coward. It culminates with a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown where ''Dick'' throws the first punch and the fight ends with Ian's head crushed under a air conditioner window-unit]]. What ''actually'' happens is Rob reacts like a sensible person and says he'll consider Ian's suggestion to drop the matter.
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