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JayJayDean Scrapple Level: 124 Posts: 2377/4698 EXP: 21579387 For next: 257275 Since: 2.1.02 From: Seattle, WA Since last post: 8 days Last activity: 9 hours
Y!: # 21 Posted on 28.10.05 1235.29 Reposted on: 28.10.12 1237.46 The "Rocky" soundtracks are my favorites.
Matt Tracker Scrapple Level: 123 Posts: 1295/4749 EXP: 20697485 For next: 533841 Since: 8.5.03 From: North Carolina Since last post: 4 days Last activity: 17 hours # 22 Posted on 28.10.05 1250.00 Reposted on: 28.10.12 1254.06 Natural Born Killers is good for a cinematic feel. Rocky Horror is good, and I also like Back to the Future, Purple Rain, and Chicago. If you want great orchestral stuff, get one of the John Williams anthologies and marvel at what he's given pop culture over thirty years.
samoflange Lap cheong Level: 80 Posts: 432/1786 EXP: 4597349 For next: 185640 Since: 22.2.04 From: Cambridge, MA Since last post: 185 days Last activity: 178 days # 23 Posted on 28.10.05 1503.39 Reposted on: 28.10.12 1503.49 The Singles soundtrack was one of the first CDs I ever owned. Definately at the top of my list. In second place is Dead Man Walking, which first introduced me to the soothing sounds of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Wolfram J. Paulovich Frankfurter Level: 55 Posts: 688/742 EXP: 1306395 For next: 7803 Since: 11.11.02 From: Fat City, Baby Since last post: 2770 days Last activity: 2140 days
AIM: # 24 Posted on 28.10.05 1543.00 Reposted on: 28.10.12 1543.23 "Grosse Pointe Blank" — The Clash, Pixies, Pogues, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, the scene of Guns N Roses' cover of "Live and Let Die" seguing perfectly into the Muzak version of the same song... excellent. "The Big Chill" — I think most Baby Boomers love the hell out of this soundtrack; at least all the ones I know do. "Trainspotting" — Much as someone said they couldn't go to a party in '94-'95 without hearing the Pulp Fiction soundtrack, I don't think I could go to a party in '96-'97 without hearing the Trainspotting soundtrack. (edited by Jeb Tennyson Lund on 28.10.05 1643)
JustinShapiro Scrapple Moderator Level: 129 Posts: 1177/5115 EXP: 24571047 For next: 478674 Since: 12.12.01 From: Pittsburgh, PA Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 9 hours # 25 Posted on 28.10.05 1558.23 Reposted on: 28.10.12 1559.02 GHOSTBUSTERS WONDER BOYS
KJames199 Scrapple Moderator Level: 113 Posts: 118/3775 EXP: 15582983 For next: 235626 Since: 10.12.01 From: #yqr Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 10 hours # 26 Posted on 28.10.05 1616.33 Reposted on: 28.10.12 1616.34 I gotta agree with the folks that listed the soundtrack to Judgment Night. It's STILL awesome.
Teapot Kishke Level: 43 Posts: 173/415 EXP: 553072 For next: 11979 Since: 1.8.02 From: Louisville KY Since last post: 48 days Last activity: 23 hours # 27 Posted on 28.10.05 1644.05 Reposted on: 28.10.12 1646.03 Some of the ones I like: Scores: Sideways. A great light jazz score by Rolfe Kent. The Thomas Crown Affair. Four or five soundtrack songs, including Sting's cover of "Windmills of Your Mind" and Nina Simone's "Sinnerman," and then some really nice Bill Conti piano jazz score. Fight Club. I cannot believe nobody said this before now. The Dust Brothers. Soundtracks: Anything Tarantino. The man puts together awesome soundtracks. The Transformers: The Movie. Yeah, I said it. "You've got the touch / You've got the power / Yeah!"
Tenken347 Boudin blanc Level: 91 Posts: 807/2351 EXP: 7272156 For next: 196785 Since: 27.2.03 From: Parts Unknown Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 18 hours # 28 Posted on 28.10.05 1823.56 Reposted on: 28.10.12 1824.23 The soundtrack to Snatch WILL kick your ass.
Eddie Famous Andouille Level: 89 Posts: 1318/2182 EXP: 6846771 For next: 69157 Since: 11.12.01 From: Catlin IL Since last post: 148 days Last activity: 142 days # 29 Posted on 28.10.05 2019.09 Reposted on: 28.10.12 2021.24 The Blues Brothers, obviously "FM" if you can find it. It has no static at all, you know.
Kevintripod Andouille Level: 88 Posts: 564/2197 EXP: 6510626 For next: 140064 Since: 11.5.03 From: Mount Pleasant, Pa. Since last post: 6 days Last activity: 4 hours
AIM: # 30 Posted on 28.10.05 2155.28 Reposted on: 28.10.12 2155.58 Originally posted by Teapot The Transformers: The Movie. Yeah, I said it. "You've got the touch / You've got the power / Yeah!" I got that also on cd. Stan Bush rules...lol I loved the scene in "Boogie Nights" where Mark Walberg is just totally destroying that song (The Touch) when he's singing it in the recording studio.
Deputy Marshall Liverwurst Level: 65 Posts: 367/1138 EXP: 2298027 For next: 37613 Since: 28.6.04 From: Troy, NY Since last post: 255 days Last activity: 96 days # 31 Posted on 28.10.05 2304.36 Reposted on: 28.10.12 2304.48 The score to "Requiem for a Dream" (done by The Kronos Quartet) is pretty awesome. I've also lately been enjoying the soundtrack album for "Paranoia Agent" (anime that just ended its run on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block for those who don't know). In terms of soundtracks, the soundtracks for Tarantino flicks are almost universally awesome. My current fave is the one for "Kill Bill Volume 1." (edited by Deputy Marshall on 29.10.05 0336)
StaggerLee Scrapple Level: 138 Posts: 2776/6114 EXP: 31043578 For next: 619482 Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 11 hours
Y!: # 32 Posted on 29.10.05 0125.22 Reposted on: 29.10.12 0125.47 Originally posted by Matt Tracker Natural Born Killers is good for a cinematic feel. Rocky Horror is good, and I also like Back to the Future, Purple Rain, and Chicago. I listen to Purple Rain at least twice a week, so much that I forgot it was actually from a movie. You'd figure somebody with PRINCE as thier avatar would have remembered to include that gem.
Torchslasher Knackwurst Level: 106 Posts: 1826/3259 EXP: 12446933 For next: 225051 Since: 17.1.02 From: New F'n Jersey Since last post: 193 days Last activity: 160 days # 33 Posted on 29.10.05 0447.26 Reposted on: 29.10.12 0448.58 One of the only soundtrack/scores I have ever bought was for The Usual Suspects. You really feel the emotion of the film, and his blending of the Verbal and Keyser Soze themes was tremendous. Honorable mention goes to American Wedding. Lots of singles you heard on the radio, plus a fun ditty called "Fever For the Flava." I forget what band sings it, but it's a pretty good (if risque) song.
Kei Posiskunk Kolbasz Level: 46 Posts: 127/479 EXP: 702123 For next: 9656 Since: 7.1.02 From: Central PA, USA Since last post: 292 days Last activity: 4 days # 34 Posted on 29.10.05 0555.15 Reposted on: 29.10.12 0555.23 Judgment Night both Trainspotting soundtracks Run Lola Run Go and since someone mentioned anime soundtracks, I'd have to go with both Hellsing soundtracks, as well.
drjayphd Scrapple Moderator Level: 115 Posts: 2646/3934 EXP: 16331387 For next: 480028 Since: 22.4.02 From: Connecticut Since last post: 23 days Last activity: 2 days # 35 Posted on 30.10.05 0100.42 Reposted on: 30.10.12 0100.00 Originally posted by Torchslasher Honorable mention goes to American Wedding. Lots of singles you heard on the radio, plus a fun ditty called "Fever For the Flava." I forget what band sings it, but it's a pretty good (if risque) song. That'd be Hot Action Cop (allmusic.com).
NickBockwinkelFan Frankfurter Level: 57 Posts: 649/773 EXP: 1424506 For next: 61431 Since: 10.4.02 From: New York City, NY Since last post: 736 days Last activity: 41 days # 36 Posted on 30.10.05 0151.42 Reposted on: 30.10.12 0105.23 Otto Preminger's Anatomy of A Murder scored by Duke Ellington. The Original Planet of the Apes scored by Jerry Goldsmith. Dirty Harry scored by Lalo Schifrin.
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