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#21 of 28 Amadeus19

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Posted September 10 2010 - 06:43 AM

Neil,

 

Unfortunately, no, it did not have cues from Bear McCreary's score.



#22 of 28 Sam Posten

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Posted September 29 2010 - 05:10 PM

Wait, so the best soundtrack I've heard in years, Fernando Velazquez's Devil, doesn't get released as a CD or on iTunes or Amazon?  THIS IS PATHETIC =(


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#23 of 28 Neil Middlemiss

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Posted September 30 2010 - 12:54 PM


There is nothing more disappointing that hearing a wonderful score and not being able to find it because it hasn't been released. A few years ago I discovered a film called Cashback - a magnificant film that I highly recommend - and the score (by Guy Farley) was not available. It was commerically released (very limited) sometime after I discovered the film, but I hate it when a great score isn't given an opportunity to find an audience.

Originally Posted by Sam Posten 

Wait, so the best soundtrack I've heard in years, Fernando Velazquez's Devil, doesn't get released as a CD or on iTunes or Amazon?  THIS IS PATHETIC =(




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#24 of 28 leegrace

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Posted December 03 2010 - 09:05 PM

I have:


Trainspotting
Control
Stand By Me
Saturday Night Fever
Grease
My Best Friends Wedding
Transformers
Twilight
Pretty in Pink
Avatar
Say Anything
That Thing You Do
Gladiator
Dumb and Dumber
All have awesome music!
A Clockwork Orange
Singin' In The Rain
A Nightmare Before Christmas
Forrest Gump



#25 of 28 Corwin

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Posted December 14 2010 - 06:56 PM

Wow nice collection ....I liked all f these .

have a Good idea .



#26 of 28 rich_d

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Posted August 21 2013 - 04:15 PM

There is nothing more disappointing that hearing a wonderful score and not being able to find it because it hasn't been released. A few years ago I discovered a film called Cashback - a magnificant film that I highly recommend - and the score (by Guy Farley) was not available. It was commerically released (very limited) sometime after I discovered the film, but I hate it when a great score isn't given an opportunity to find an audience.

 

3 years late in response, but the Cashback Soundtrack is available from Amazon. 



#27 of 28 Emanuel1

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Posted August 29 2013 - 11:18 PM

The best of all time would be : Speak Softly Love (Love Theme from The Godfather) by Andy Williams
second best one would be the end title from Scent of a woman by Thomas Newman



#28 of 28 swoosherst

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Posted February 17 2014 - 03:48 PM

LOTR , Hunger Games






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