What is your favorite soundtrack album?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Den., Dec 16, 2015.

  1. ToneLa

    ToneLa Listen to those drums, it's like a tank

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    Mr Robot by Mac Quayle
     
  2. Xabby

    Xabby Forum Resident

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    Sorcerer - Tangerine Dream
     
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  3. keyXVII

    keyXVII Forum Resident

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    If it had been released, Coming Home:
    Soundtrack Credits
    Hey Jude
    (1968)
    Written by Paul McCartney (uncredited) and John Lennon (uncredited)
    Performed by The Beatles (as Beatles)
    Strawberry Fields Forever
    (1967)
    Written by Paul McCartney (uncredited) and John Lennon (uncredited)
    Performed by The Beatles (as Beatles)
    EMI Records Inc.
    Call on Me
    (1966)
    Written by Sam Andrew (uncredited)
    Performed by Big Brother and the Holding Company (as Big Brother & The Holding Company) featuring Janis Joplin
    Columbia Records
    Once I Was
    (1967)
    Written by Tim Buckley (uncredited)
    Performed by Tim Buckley
    Elektra Records
    Expecting to Fly
    (1967)
    Written by Neil Young (uncredited)
    Performed by Buffalo Springfield
    Atlantic Recording Corporation
    For What It's Worth
    (1967)
    Written by Stephen Stills (uncredited)
    Performed by Buffalo Springfield
    Atlantic Recording Corporation
    Time Has Come Today
    (1967)
    Written by Joseph Chambers (uncredited) and Willie Chambers (uncredited)
    Performed by The Chambers Brothers (as Chambers Brothers)
    Columbia Records
    Just Like a Woman
    (1966)
    Written by by Bob Dylan (uncredited)
    Performed by Bob Dylan
    Columbia Records
    Save Me
    (1967)
    Written by King Curtis (uncredited), Aretha Franklin (uncredited), Carolyn Franklin (uncredited)
    Performed by Aretha Franklin
    Atlantic Recording Corporation
    Follow
    (1967)
    Written by Jerry Merrick (uncredited)
    Performed by Richie Havens
    MGM Records Inc.
    Manic Depression
    (1967)
    Written by Jimi Hendrix (uncredited)
    Performed by Jimi Hendrix
    Warner Bros. Records
    White Rabbit
    (1967)
    Written by Grace Slick (uncredited)
    Performed by Jefferson Airplane
    RCA Records
    Out of Time
    (1967)
    Written by Mick Jagger (uncredited) and Keith Richards (uncredited)
    Performed by The Rolling Stones (as Rolling Stones)
    ABKCO Records Inc.
    No Expectations
    (1968)
    Written by Mick Jagger (uncredited) and Keith Richards (uncredited)
    Performed by The Rolling Stones (as Rolling Stones)
    ABKCO Records Inc.
    Jumpin' Jack Flash
    (1968)
    Written by Mick Jagger (uncredited) and Keith Richards (uncredited)
    Performed by The Rolling Stones (as Rolling Stones)
    ABKCO Records Inc.
    My Girl
    (1965)
    Written by Smokey Robinson (uncredited) and Ronald White (uncredited)
    Performed by The Rolling Stones (as Rolling Stones)
    ABKCO Records Inc.
    Ruby Tuesday
    (1966)
    Written by Mick Jagger (uncredited) and Keith Richards (uncredited)
    Performed by The Rolling Stones (as Rolling Stones)
    ABKCO Records Inc.
    Sympathy for the Devil
    (1968)
    Written by Mick Jagger (uncredited) and Keith Richards (uncredited)
    Performed by The Rolling Stones (as Rolling Stones)
    ABKCO Records Inc.
    Bookends
    (1966)
    Written by Paul Simon (uncredited)
    Performed by Simon & Garfunkel
    Columbia Records
    Born to Be Wild
    (1967)
    Written by Mars Bonfire (uncredited)
    Performed by Steppenwolf
    ABC Records Inc.
    The Star Spangled Banner
    (1814) (uncredited)
    Music by John Stafford Smith
    Played by a band on television

    Released: The Graduate
     
  4. malcolm reynolds

    malcolm reynolds Forum Resident

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  5. bherbert

    bherbert Forum Resident

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    Kill Bill
     
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  6. Bathory

    Bathory 30 yr Single Malt, not just for breakfast anymore

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    flash gordon
    gummo
    atomic blonde

    others
     
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  7. Odysseus

    Odysseus Active Member

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    The only soundtrack I've ever purchased was for the 1998 film The Faculty. There are a few cool versions of "Another Brick in the Wall" on it (with one sung by Layne Staley).

    There's also a cool Garbage song it called "Medication" and a great song by an otherwise unknown band called Neve called "It's Over Now". It's a crime that "It's Over Now" didn't become a hit as this song could've easily charted back in 1998/1999:

     
  8. That's Mr. Foghat

    That's Mr. Foghat Active Member

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    The Departed
    Invincible
    Vision Quest
    Pulp Fiction
    Death Proof
     
  9. Hexwood

    Hexwood Forum Resident

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    UK
    Harold & Maude
    The Fog
    Almost Famous
    Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
    FM
    The Lost Boys
    Escape from New York
    The Goonies score
    Wonder Boys
    The Craft
     

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