Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Den., Dec 16, 2015.
Phantom of the Paradise. Awesome soundtrack, great movie.
How could I forget?
Star Wars Original Soundtrack (1977)
So many to choose from, so let us start with:
Followed by (smaller, I hope)
The soundtrack to The Monkees only movie, Jack Nicholson was the albums' musical coordinator, cross fading the music with sound elements from the movie. This was an album I kept coming back and listening to because of its' uniqueness from the songs, the interwoven dialogue and even just looking at the Mylar cover. It's sort of a predecessor to what Pink Floyd albums, especially Dark Side of the Moon, would eventually sound like.
I also enjoy the soundtrack to Reality Bites. I love World Party.
1 Purple Rain
2 A Hard Days Night
3 Terror Firmer
4 Rocky Horror
5 Grease 2
The Jungle Book
A Hard Days Night
The Song Remains The Same
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Slade In Flame
Saturday Night Fever
The Last Waltz
My favourite album ever.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Mediocre film, great soundtrack: Cold Mountain.
Atomic Blonde! - a small section of where is this going/semi slow part, then....right back into it. Great movie all around. If your a child of the 80's the soundtrack is great !
That Thing You Do!
God Help The Girl
The Lost Boys
Eddie And The Cruisers
You might want to check out this thread : Favorite Movie Soundtrack
Running for over a year, most recent post last Tuesday.
Lawrence Of Arabia
Wow, so many i forgot about and so many to check out. Thanks for the replies.
fast times at ridgemont high
Completely underrated. Married to the Mob.
Includes the original version of Bizarre Love Triangle, Goodbye Horses before it was used in The Silence of the Lambs (and I guess, Clerks 2).
Every song is great. And although, it's a 1988 film, no cheesy production whatsoever.
"Jump in the River" - Sinéad O'Connor - 4:03
"Bizarre Love Triangle" - New Order - 3:56
"Suspicion of Love" - Chris Isaak - 3:59
"Liar, Liar" - Debbie Harry - 3:01
"Time Bums" - Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers - 4:37
"Devil Does Your Dog Bite?" - Tom Tom Club - 3:40
"Goodbye Horses" - Q. Lazzarus - 3:08
"Queen of Voudou" - Voodooist Corporation - 3:39
"Too Far Gone" - The Feelies - 3:32
"You Don't Miss Your Water" - Brian Eno - 3:47
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