In the two-hour season premiere, House begins a for of give and take with his fellow inmates at the asylum. Despite showing his more human side, he is mostly scheming to free himself…
Oh, I’ve just come from the land of the sun
From a war that must be won in the name of truth…
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Season 6 of House begins with Gregory House in an insane asylum. The first episode begins with panned shots of the Psychiatric hospital while No Surprises by Radiohead plays in the background.
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Painless, the 12th episode from House, features the mellow intonations of Ray Lamontagne in his song – I Still Care for You.
Ray is a folk singer/songwriter originally from New Hampshire, now settled in Maine. He is best know for his raspy vocals and soft melodies.
Find out what Ray is up to here: raylamontagne.com
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Waiting on an Angel by Ben Harper is deeply soulful – this melody always seems to put life on pause. In Season 3 of House, the simple actions of an autistic boy bring out the human side of Dr. House.
Ben Harper began his love of music in Claremont, California.
Find out what’s new with Ben at benharper.net or on his MySpace page.
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Tear jerker finale on House, Season 4. This sad scene begins with Re: Stacks by Bon Iver as the team says goodbye to Amber one by one.
Towards the end (~5min marker), the loss sinks in for House & Wilson, Passing Afternoon by Iron and Wine finishes off the depressing mood.
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