Temper Trap has such a "Sweet Disposition." Casual music listeners probably only know snippets of that song from television ads for Chrysler and Diet Coke. Or TV dramas like One Tree Hill and 90210. Or the soundtrack to their spinning class. But an appearance in quirky 2009 rom-com (500) Days of ... More >>
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