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#1 of 31 OFFLINE   NicoleBlackman

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Posted August 24 2005 - 08:44 AM

what is your favorite soundtrack to a movie?
the last soundtrack i picked up was for the documentery 'murderball'. its really a great mix of some hard rock bands (including my favorite, ministry). i would recommend everyone to check it out! the movie was great too!
anyhow, suggest some excellent movie soundtracks to me!

#2 of 31 OFFLINE   Jason Kirkpatri

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Posted August 24 2005 - 11:37 AM

Dirty Dancing. Yes, I am a sap. Posted Image

#3 of 31 OFFLINE   Ryan Tsang

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Posted August 24 2005 - 03:18 PM

The Rock (score)

#4 of 31 OFFLINE   Stu Rosen

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Posted August 24 2005 - 09:36 PM

Once Upon a Time in the West - Ennio Morricone
Once Upon a Time in America - Ennio Morricone
To Kill a Mockingbird - Elmer Bernstein
 

#5 of 31 OFFLINE   Andrew Chong

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Posted August 25 2005 - 02:16 AM

Here are five of my favourites. I like every single track on each disc:

Kill Bill Vol. 1
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp01. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) - Nancy Sinatra
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp02. That Certain Female - Charlie Feathers
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp03. The Grand Duel - (Parte Prima) - Luis Enrique Bacalov
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp04. Twisted Nerve - Bernard Herrmann
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp05. Queen of the Crime Council - Julie Dreyfus
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp06. Ode to Oren Ishii - RZA
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp07. Run Fay Fun - Isaac Hayes
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp08. Green Hornet - Al Hirt
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp09. Battle Without Honor or Humanity - Tomoyasu Hotei
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp10. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood - Santa Esmeralda
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp11. Woo Hoo - 5.6.7.8's
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp12. Crane-White Lightning - RZA
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp13. The Flower of Carnage - Meiko Kaji
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp14. The Lonely Shepherd - Zamfir
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp15. You're My Wicked Life - David Carradine
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp16. Ironside - Quincy Jones
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp17. Super 16 - NEU!
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp18. Yakuza Oren 1 - RZA
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp19. Banister Fight - RZA
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp20. Flip Sting
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp21. Sword Swings
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp22. Axe Throws

Magnolia - Aimee Mann
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp01. One
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp02. Momentum
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp03. Build That Wall
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp04. Deathly
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp05. Driving Sideways
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp06. You Do
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp07. Nothing Is Good Enough (Instrumental)
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp08. Wise Up
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp09. Save Me
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp10. Goodbye Stranger - Supertramp
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp11. Logical Song - Supertramp
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp12. Dreams - Gabrielle
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp13. Magnolia - Jon Brion

Matchstick Men - Hans Zimmer
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp01. Good Life - Bobby Darin
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp02. Flim Flam
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp03. Ichi-Ni-San
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp04. Matchstick Men
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp05. Weird Is Good
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp06. Lonely Bull - Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp07. Ticks & Twitches
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp08. I Have a Daughter?
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp09. Swedish Rhapsody - The Mantovani Orchestra
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp10. Keep the Change
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp11. Nosy Parker
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp12. Leaning on a Lamp Post - George Formby
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp13. Pool Lights
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp14. Pygmies!
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp15. Charmaine - The Mantovani Orchestra
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp16. Roy's Rules
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp17. Carpeteria
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp18. Shame on You
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp19. Tuna Fish and Cigarettes
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp20. No More Pills
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp21. Tijuana Taxi - Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp22. Banker's Waltz

Matrix Reloaded
&nbsp&nbsp&nbspDisc 1
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp01. Session - Linkin Park
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp02. This Is The New Shit - Marilyn Manson
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp03. Reload - Rob Zombie
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp04. Furious Angels (Instrumental) - Rob Dougan
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp05. Lucky You - Deftone
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp06. The Passportal - Team Sleep
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp07. Sleeping Awake - P.O.D.
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp08. Bruises - Unloco
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp09. Calm Like A Bomb - Rage Against The Machine
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp10. Dread Rock - Oakenfold
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp11. Zion - Fluke
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp12. When The World Ends (Oakenfold Remix) - Dave Matthews Band

&nbsp&nbsp&nbspDisc 2
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp01. Main Title - Don Davis
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp02. Trinity Dream - Don Davis
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp03. Teahouse - Juno Reactor Featuring Gocoo
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp04. Chateau - Rob Dougan
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp05. Mona Lisa Overdrive - Juno Reactor/Don Davis
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp06. Burly Brawl - Juno Reactor vs. Don Davis
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp07. "Matrix Reloaded" Suite - Don Davis

Rain Man
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp01. Iko Iko - Belle Stars
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp02. Scatterlings of Africa - Johnny Clegg
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp03. Dry Bones - The Delta Rhythm Boys
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp04. At Last - Etta James
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp05. Lonely Avenue - Ian Gillan
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp06. Nathan Jones - Bananarama
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp07. Leaving Wallbrook/On the Road - Hans Zimmer
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp08. Vegas/End Credits - Hans Zimmer
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp09. Stardust - Aaron Neville
&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp10. Beyond the Blue Horizon - Lou Christie
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#6 of 31 OFFLINE   Bryan Ri

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Posted August 25 2005 - 07:27 AM

American Graffiti has a great soundtrack, certainly one of my faves.

#7 of 31 OFFLINE   NicoleBlackman

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Posted August 25 2005 - 12:03 PM

wow!
the kill bill soundtracks seem really good!

#8 of 31 OFFLINE   Carl Miller

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Posted August 25 2005 - 01:03 PM

These are all pretty different, but I like them all.

The Big Chill
Hi Fidelity
Grosse Point Blank
American Grafitti
FM (if you like late 70's AOR rock)
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#9 of 31 OFFLINE   Robin_B

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Posted August 25 2005 - 07:33 PM

easy Blade Runner
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#10 of 31 OFFLINE   Garrett Lundy

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Posted August 26 2005 - 09:19 AM

Soundtrack or Score?

Fav. Film Scores:

Conan The Barbarian
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Jin-Roh: Legacy of the Wolf Brigade
Akira

Fav. Film Soundtracks:

Lost Highway
Pulp Fiction
Kill Bill vol.1
Blade
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#11 of 31 OFFLINE   Steve Kuester

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Posted August 26 2005 - 09:42 AM

Amelie. I bought the CD the day after I saw the movie and have loved it ever since.

Chants from the Thin Red Line.

Lost in Translation

Requiem for a Dream

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy.

#12 of 31 OFFLINE   Sue_New

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Posted August 26 2005 - 12:17 PM

Phar Lap
The Cutting Edge
Requiem For A Dream
Gladiator
Titanic
Streets of Fire

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#13 of 31 OFFLINE   Scott L

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Posted August 27 2005 - 06:20 PM

- O Brother, Where Art Thou?
- Desperado
- La Bamba
- Sex & Lucia (really good contemporary classical songs on there)
- Why Do Fools Fall in Love?
- Ocean's Twelve
- Snatch
- Chicago & Moulin Rouge! have their moments

#14 of 31 OFFLINE   Dome Vongvises

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Posted August 28 2005 - 09:27 AM

The Big Chill

#15 of 31 OFFLINE   DavidBC

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Posted August 28 2005 - 12:33 PM

Magnolia

The Hours

Nashville
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#16 of 31 OFFLINE   JeremySt

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Posted August 28 2005 - 05:00 PM

Score:

my number #1
Poltergeist - Jerry Goldsmith

Superman - John Williams
Back To The Future - Alan Sivestri
The Abyss - Alan Silvestri
The Thin Red Line - Hans Zimmer
Black Hawk Down - Hans Zimmer
Psycho - Bernard Hermann
Gladiator - Hans Zimmer
Blade Runner - Vangelis
The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy - Howard Shore
First Blood - Jerry Goldsmith
Innerspace - Jerry Goldsmith
The Original Star Wars Trilogy - John Williams
The Thing - Ennio Morricone

#17 of 31 OFFLINE   Jeff_A

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Posted August 29 2005 - 01:18 AM

Some of my favorites. I apologize if some have already been mentioned.

SOUNDTRACKS

The Commitments
City of Angels
The Crow
Magnolia
Reality Bites
Heavy Metal
Eddie and the Cruisers
American Anthem
Spinal Tap
That Thing You Do!

SCORES

The Red Violin
A Charlie Brown Christmas
Love Story


#18 of 31 OFFLINE   Kevin M

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Posted August 29 2005 - 02:40 AM

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I apologize if some have already been mentioned.

Why apologize? It's not a contest to see who names certain titles first, it's a list of your favorites no matter if others have named them yet or not.


Christine is one of my favorites, some great stuff from the early days of Rock & Roll on that first 1982 vinyl release.
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#19 of 31 OFFLINE   MarkHastings

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Posted August 29 2005 - 02:58 AM

Scores:
-Star Wars
-Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
-Gladiator
-Meet Joe Black

Sountracks:
-Van Wilder
-Not Another Teen Movie

#20 of 31 OFFLINE   Hunter P

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Posted August 29 2005 - 03:50 AM

I used buy a lot of soundtracks back in the 80s but not anymore really. I guess the musical montages from movies back then stood out more to me.

Here are a few soundtracks off the top of my head:

Electric Dreams (1984) - Great 80s pop. I probably wore out my cassette tape on this one.Posted Image In fact, I think I'll see if I can buy a CD of this.

Pretty Woman (1990) - I think everyone I knew owned this album. The song that stands out to me is "Fallen" by Lauren Wood. She has a great smokey voice.

Rain Man (1988) - When I heard "Iko Iko" in the opening scene, I knew I'd buy the track.

Mo' Money (1992) - OMG, such a great soundtrack. Loaded with R&B pop stars of that period. Janet Jackson, Luther Vandross, and members of New Edition at the height of their solo careers: Ralph Tresvant, Johnny Gill, and Bel Biv Devoe. Plus some 80s rap artists like Big Daddy Kane, MC Lyte and Flavor Flav. I felt like I was getting the kitchen sink on this one.

Some Kind of Wonderful (1987) - You can pick any John Hughes movie and get a great soundtrack. I chose to name this one because I bought it for the song on the end credits. It was a Celtic version of Elvis's "Can't Help Falling In Love" sung by Lick the Tins. Don't knock it until you try it.:P)

Better Off Dead (1985) - The greatest comedy ever (yeah, I said it) had some great musical montages. Remember the scene where Lane and Monique (played by the ever so hot Diane Franklin) are fixing up the Camaro? What song comes to mind? Yes, "Like To Get To Know You Well" by Howard Jones.

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989) - Great 80s rock by bands I never heard of. I liked every song on this album and never skipped over any of them. Of course that is a little hard to do when you are listening on a cassette tape.Posted Image

I might post more later but I'll let others have a chance to put in their two cents.Posted Image
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