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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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JM2K6 wrote:
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To add to my previous Guardians of the Galaxy suggestions (which are fúcking amazing btw and I've been listening to them all day). I would nominate It's all Gone Pete Tong and Kevin and Perry Go Large.


You have a child's tastes in music and film :thumbup:


Au contraire, Its All Gone Pete Tong has a magnificent soundtrack


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Dead Man's Shoes.
Feckin incredible all round really.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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JM2K6 wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
To add to my previous Guardians of the Galaxy suggestions (which are fúcking amazing btw and I've been listening to them all day). I would nominate It's all Gone Pete Tong and Kevin and Perry Go Large.


You have a child's tastes in music and film :thumbup:

Guardians of the Galaxy films are great. People that don't enjoy them, have no soul. And the music is ace.

It's all gone Pete Tong is a quality film and a top performance from Paul Kaye, the sound track is excellent (Reflekt, Ferry Corsten, Shapeshifters, The Beach Boys).

Kevin and Perry go Large is stupid, funny but stupid and is so dated now, but the dance music is quality.

Okay, me and Samshark might appreciate the music more than others but its still excellent.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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GotG is fun but that PLUS shitty comedy clubbing movies with shithouse club mix soundtracks = x(

And the Awesome Mixes are basically karaoke playlists, let's be honest here

(I was also referring to your unaccountable obsession with Nic Cage)


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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JM2K6 wrote:
GotG is fun but that PLUS shitty comedy clubbing movies with shithouse club mix soundtracks = x(

And the Awesome Mixes are basically karaoke playlists, let's be honest here

And what's wrong with that? Most of the songs used are all time classics like the chain, Hooked on a Feeling, Moonage Daydream, Mr Bluesky etc. Brilliant songs, and what's more they worked perfectly with the movie and when you listen to them you think of the movie now and therefore the fun. I listened to the second one this afternoon and I was just smiling thinking of the guy going "I'm Mary Poppins Y'all".

So you don't like dance music, I can deal with that, just don't be annoyed when people like it, and the it's all gone pete tong soundtrack is a great mix of chilled out and more up beat stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Forbidden Planet
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2001
Jaws
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Blade Runner
Local Hero
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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Nolanator wrote:
We talking best original soundtrack or best collection of music featured in a movie?

If it's just a mix tape, it barely counts.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Maybe not the greatest soundtrack ever, but certainly the best soundtrack quality to film shittiness ratio.

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Bang your head to this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlVVyErlJR4


We have a winner. :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Also from that Judgement Night soundtrack the Slayer and Ice T song is amazing.

Here it is:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbKcL7q8RJU


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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The Sting
Ice Cold in Alex
The Battle of Britain

If it was just a single theme tune then Bond or Pink Panther


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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ManInTheBar wrote:
The Sting
Ice Cold in Alex
The Battle of Britain

If it was just a single theme tune then Bond or Pink Panther


Nah. Withnail and I.
King Curtis live, just incredibly fitting and sets your mind firmly in the right place for the ride


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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High Fidelity had a pretty decent soundtrack:
Quote:
"You're Gonna Miss Me" – 13th Floor Elevators
"Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy" – The Kinks
"I'm Wrong About Everything" – John Wesley Harding
"Oh! Sweet Nuthin'" – The Velvet Underground
"Always See Your Face" – Love
"Most of the Time" – Bob Dylan
"Fallen for You" – Sheila Nicholls
"Dry the Rain" – The Beta Band
"Shipbuilding" – Elvis Costello & The Attractions
"Cold Blooded Old Times" – Smog
"Let's Get It On" – Barry Jive & The Uptown Five (Jack Black)
"Lo Boob Oscillator" – Stereolab
"The Inside Game" – Royal Trux
"Who Loves the Sun" – The Velvet Underground
"I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)" – Stevie Wonder


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Judgement night
The Crow
Trainspotting
Hardware
Bladerunner
Pulp Fiction
Crank: High Voltage


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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And not a film soundtrack, but covers of various tracks from various soundtracks:

Fantomas: The Director's Cut


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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A Clockwork Orange
Diva
Cabaret
Draughtsmans contract (Michael Nyman)


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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mikeyboy123 wrote:
And not a film soundtrack, but covers of various tracks from various soundtracks:

Fantomas: The Director's Cut


Snap. Mentioned it before. Been meaning to post a YouTube link...

Full album


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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The Good The Bad and the Ugly



That's the one, good call

edit: forgot to mention The Mission, same composer. Great stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Highlander with Queen's It's a kind of magic.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Star Wars A New Hope - John Williams

Highlander - Queen

Superman - John Williams

Star Trek ll The Wrath of Khan - James Horner

Conan The Barbarian - Basil Poledouris


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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I can't believe it took till page 3 before we got this one, one of the best ever


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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frillage wrote:
Where Eagles Dare.


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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8XKGhG0W0LQ

Local theatre did back to the future with live orchestra, this should be their next venture.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Some Italian film score nerd favourites of mine...


Piero Umiliani - 5 Bambole Per La Luna D'agosto

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90OHhsLeXIQ


Piero Piccioni - Colpo Rovente

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze-wzPkH2Z4

Piero Piccioni - La Decima Vittima (The 10th Victim)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5M2XTG6trg


Ennio Morricone - Metti Una Cera a Cena

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uXmIfqLP7I

Ennio Morricone - Crime and Dissonance (one of the two best Morricone compilations out there... the other being Morricone 2000 - both compiled by Alan Bishop from Sun City Girls)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fxe9WtPHDcU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4yhLsF95sA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3HXx1qG35I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V2ZgR2ABvE


Nino Rota - Il Casanova

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNh-DcLMuX4


Bruno Nicolai - All The Colors of the Dark

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lh-Pu13Gst0


Piombo Rovente (A Journey Into The 70's Italian Police O.S.T.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2YUw1rqbTY


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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eugenefraxby wrote:
Dead Man's Shoes.
Feckin incredible all round really.
That was going to be my next suggestion - farken love that film, and the soundtrack is so spot on, I thought most of the tunes were written specifically for the fillum when I first heard it.

Oi, and I want a bit more than 'tour vignoble', you utter, utter bastard! Least you can do is talk us through the domaines, chateaux and app-cons, so I can have a bit of a wine wank. It might do wonders for this desultory half bottle of Chateau Creosote that some palestine left here last night.

Let me get comfortable... *pop* *zzzziiip*


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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A Clockwork Orange
Diva
Cabaret
Draughtsmans contract (Michael Nyman)

I actually have the soundtrack to Diva on LP, and The Draughtsmans Contract is another good call'
"Chasing Sheep is best left to Shepherds" is a serious piece of music heard in Concert Halls these days.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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If you're into Instrumentals, the Last of the Mohicans has always been a top pick for me.


Yep.

Was going to post that.


& The Mission

:thumbup: Ennio at his best


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Gustavo Santalolla has some decent stuff...run lolla run soundtrack was good....the Young Pope has some decent tunes


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Blues Brothers - good call :thumbup: :thumbup:

Also:
Last of the Mohicans
How to Train Your Dragon (both 1 & 2)
JFK
The Natural
Dances with Wolves
Field of Dreams


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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1492: conquest of paradise
Mess of a filum but great soundtrack.


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 Post subject: Re: Top Film Soundtracks
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Interstellar had a great soundtrack


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I had the end song from Frank stuck in my head all weekend. A good soundtrack is that.

+1 for Superfly


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Yeah
Superfly effortlessly gets a place


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Good movie - Great Soundtrack

1 America - Simon & Garfunkel
2 Sparks - The Who
3 It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference - Todd Rundgren
4 I've Seen All Good People: Your Move - Yes
5 Feel Flows - The Beach Boys
6 Fever Dog - Stillwater
7 Every Picture Tells a Story - Rod Stewart
8 Mr. Farmer - The Seeds
9 One Way Out (Live) - The Allman Brothers Band
10 Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd
11 That's the Way - Led Zeppelin
12 Tiny Dancer - Elton John
13 Lucky Trumble - Nancy Wilson
14 I'm Waiting for the Man (from Live Santa Monica '72) - David Bowie
15 The Wind - Cat Stevens
16 Slip Away - Clarence Carter
17 Something in the Air - Thunderclap Newman


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Singles - Cameron Crowe:

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