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whats the greatest film soundtrack?
 

offline Taffmonster from dog_belch (Japan) on 2005-03-30 15:22 [#01547615]
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ive recently realised i have alot of film soundtracks now
with some pretty awsome tunes!
im loving the garden state soundtrack especially the shins
and frou frou cheesy but awsome! also spun has a wicked
soundtrack as does almost famous and rules of attraction!
anyone have an film soundtracks they love?



 

offline mylittlesister from ...wherever (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 15:24 [#01547619]
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taxi driver... amazingly sleazey.

bernard hermann's last, in fact.


 

offline giginger from Milky Beans (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 15:25 [#01547620]
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I love the Clockwork Orange soundtrack.


 

offline earthleakage from tell the world you're winning on 2005-03-30 15:25 [#01547621]
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both of the above, +jubilee


 

offline deepspace9mm from filth on 2005-03-30 15:28 [#01547624]
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all of the above, +kes


 

offline Drunken Mastah from OPPERKLASSESVIN!!! (Norway) on 2005-03-30 15:29 [#01547626]
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Zatoichi


 

offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2005-03-30 16:35 [#01547696]
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someone has to say it, so i might as well:

pi

o and i recently fell in love with the i <3 huckabees
soundtrack as well.


 

offline WeaklingChild from Glasgow (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 16:40 [#01547707]
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donnie darko.

ok ok. it has that fucking song on it, but the rest is
great.


 

offline qrter from the future, and it works (Netherlands, The) on 2005-03-30 16:48 [#01547719]
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all bernard herrmann's soundtracks are grand.


 

offline gl0tch from www.gl0tch.com     on 2005-03-30 16:48 [#01547721]
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I thought the soundtrack to Solaris was pretty cool...


 

offline Taffmonster from dog_belch (Japan) on 2005-03-30 17:07 [#01547774]
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i cant recall the soundtrack from huckabees awsome film
though!
i was waiting for someone to mention Pi
hehe


 

offline Spookyluke from United States on 2005-03-30 17:07 [#01547775]
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Zabriskie Point or anything composed by giovanni Fusco!


 

offline cygnus from nowhere and everyplace on 2005-03-30 17:08 [#01547778]
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Tron
The Running Man
Blade Runner
Kill Bill Vol. 1
The Last Dragon
Clockers

Drunken Mastah> Zatoichi's sndtrack had that song, "houses
burning and massacre all over" which was excellent, while
the other tracks were mediocre in my opinion



 

offline jtalton from Nagoya (Japan) on 2005-03-30 17:15 [#01547784]
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Amelie


 

offline qrter from the future, and it works (Netherlands, The) on 2005-03-30 17:15 [#01547786]
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aww.


 

offline clint from Silencio... (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 17:16 [#01547788]
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Solaris... I was obsessed with that soundtrack for months
when I first saw it. Fantastic.


 

offline earthleakage from tell the world you're winning on 2005-03-30 17:21 [#01547790]
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quadrophenia. but the film was based around the music so
i'll disqualify myself from saying anything else in this
thread


 

offline ilfed from / (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 17:24 [#01547793]
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the only one i've ever been really impressed by (in that it
was so fitting) might be the grandmother (an
early david lynch short). the sound in it as a whole
really...


 

offline Amnesiac from ERIE (United States) on 2005-03-30 17:25 [#01547794]
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everyone here in florida is cumming all over the Garden
State soundtrack


 

offline chambre noire from Iceland on 2005-03-30 17:26 [#01547796]
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the soundtrack to Eraserhead is great..


 

offline earthleakage from tell the world you're winning on 2005-03-30 17:28 [#01547798]
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is this out yet?


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offline earthleakage from tell the world you're winning on 2005-03-30 17:29 [#01547800]
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oh super :-/


 

offline qrter from the future, and it works (Netherlands, The) on 2005-03-30 17:29 [#01547801]
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superinvisble.


 

offline earthleakage from tell the world you're winning on 2005-03-30 17:30 [#01547802]
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yeah anyway there's a good song on the upcoming film 'fever
pitch' which i really like. and it has drew barrymore in it.


 

offline qrter from the future, and it works (Netherlands, The) on 2005-03-30 17:31 [#01547803]
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does the song have a name?


 

offline earthleakage from tell the world you're winning on 2005-03-30 17:35 [#01547811]
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"who killed tangerine?" - sorry it's another beatles
pastiche by tears for fears


 

offline earthleakage from tell the world you're winning on 2005-03-30 17:36 [#01547814]
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the film is due in may i think and the song has only been
commissioned for the film this week. i found this rather
odd, i thought it would all be sorted by now.


 

offline Taffmonster from dog_belch (Japan) on 2005-03-30 17:37 [#01547815]
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i wounder if there will be any mike patton songs on the film
hes in!
its called firecracker for those whod ont know patton plays
a psychotic circus leader!


 

offline chambre noire from Iceland on 2005-03-30 17:39 [#01547818]
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cool :D patton is mental, i'm sure he'll do a great role


 

offline Taffmonster from dog_belch (Japan) on 2005-03-30 17:41 [#01547822]
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theres a trailer up for itLAZY_TITLE


 

offline i_x_ten from arsemuncher on 2005-03-30 17:42 [#01547824]
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Akira
Trainspotting
Pi
Pulp Fiction


 

offline evolume from seattle (United States) on 2005-03-30 17:44 [#01547826]
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my favorite ever is probably Natural Born Killers.

honerable mention:
Rushmore
The Passion
Bladerunner
Trainspoting
uh.. The Crow?!



 

offline Taffmonster from dog_belch (Japan) on 2005-03-30 17:45 [#01547827]
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shit forgot to mention requiem for a dream admittedly its
the same song slightly different all the way through but
summer overture is awsome!!!


 

offline evolume from seattle (United States) on 2005-03-30 17:46 [#01547828]
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oh, can't forget Reservoir Dogs, great dialogue bits!


 

offline Taffmonster from dog_belch (Japan) on 2005-03-30 17:50 [#01547829]
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ohhhh shit and how the fuck can i forget fear and loathing
in las vegas

the most quatable film EVER!!!!


 

offline cygnus from nowhere and everyplace on 2005-03-30 17:59 [#01547840]
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yeah the akira sndtrk is fucking great


 

offline hedphukkerr from mathbotton (United States) on 2005-03-30 18:55 [#01547858]
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huckabees had all those great little beatles-esque
horn-bells-harp pieces. same composer who did the eternal
sunshine soundtrack, another honorable mention i might add.
that beck song is utterly heartbreaking.


 

offline Taffmonster from dog_belch (Japan) on 2005-03-30 18:57 [#01547859]
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yer its an awsome version of the korgis SOOOO much better
than the original! alot of my mates love that even though
they dislike beck


 

offline mylittlesister from ...wherever (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 19:08 [#01547860]
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yeah, that beck version is really good. hits the spot :)


 

offline qrter from the future, and it works (Netherlands, The) on 2005-03-30 19:08 [#01547862]
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I have yet to order the soundtrack to "love is the devil" by
Ryuichi Sakamoto.

it's very electronic and quite weird (much weirder than
other work by him I've heard).

I urge you to give a listen (try tracks 2 and 16)


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offline lupus yonderboy from 1970. (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 20:43 [#01547932]
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some sndtrks i ave and likeee:-----

tron
the shining
clockwork orange
buffalo 66
bladerunner
flash gordon
bullitt
kelly's heros
2001
escape from new york
alien
naked lunch
eraserhead
the good the bad and the ugy
solaris [original]
city of god
akira
taxi driver
big lewbowski
and a lot of angelo badalamenti

i think the jack johnston miles davis soundtrack is meant to
be quite good too.


 

offline lupus yonderboy from 1970. (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 20:45 [#01547935]
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btw: that Ryuichi Sakamoto sounds interesting. will check,
thanks sir=]



 

offline qrter from the future, and it works (Netherlands, The) on 2005-03-30 20:45 [#01547936]
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does the original Solaris soundtrack have any of the (quite
strange) electronic stuff on it?

I've never seen this soundtrack.


 

offline qrter from the future, and it works (Netherlands, The) on 2005-03-30 20:47 [#01547938]
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:)


 

offline lupus yonderboy from 1970. (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-30 20:50 [#01547941]
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yeah, it's by Eduard Artemiev....i think it was the first
electronic soundtrack. [i seem to remember that from some
DVD chat but don't bet your life and the life of your family
on it...i have the power to be incorrect=]]



 

offline Taxidermist from Black Grass on 2005-03-31 00:42 [#01548042]
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Gummo
Punch Drunk Love
Pretty much anything 'Goblin' touches is gold too...
Tron and Clockwork orange were great (thank got for
transexuals that know how to compose)


 

offline Matvey from Kiev (Ukraine) on 2005-03-31 00:50 [#01548044]
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excuse me, did you say 'goblin'?

is it the one i'm thinking of? if yes, his soundtracks are
the main reason why I can't watch his movie editions. Alt+F4
after ten minutes.


 

offline Pigfarmer from Ipswich (United Kingdom) on 2005-03-31 01:22 [#01548048]
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American Beauty
++everything by Thomas Newman


 

offline Neodoxy from Sydney on 2005-03-31 01:27 [#01548051]
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Come on....Requiem For A Dream? I though that would be one
of the first mentions.


 

offline Matvey from Kiev (Ukraine) on 2005-03-31 01:30 [#01548055]
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i don't like it, except for that main theme.


 


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