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Soundtracks Anyone?

Discussion in 'Sensorium' started by Kitrax, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. Kitrax

    Kitrax Pantaloons are supposed to go where!?!?

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    I used to hate soundtracks. They usually have one or possibly two songs that I like, otherwise the rest of the songs just suck, unless being over-shadowed by massive amounts of gunfire in the movie. Then I recieved the soundtrack for 'The Wedding Singer' and I loved it. Most of the songs on the two cds were songs that I grew up with, and other I've never heard before, but I still liked most of them. Then the soundtrack to Orange County came out, and being from the OC, I felt obligated to rent it, and to see the movie. I liked both.

    Now I rent a ton of soundtracks from the library.

    My favorite is still 'The Wedding Singer' soundtrack...how about you? :rolling:
     
  2. Harbourboy

    Harbourboy Take thy form from off my door! Veteran Pillars of Eternity SP Immortalizer (for helping immortalize Sorcerer's Place in the game!)

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    Grease.
    Les Miserables.
    Pulp Fiction.
    Star Wars (all of them)
    The Lord of the Rings (all of them)
    The Big Chill.
    The Wedding Singer.
    High Fidelity.

    But I agree with your earlier sentiment that most soundtracks are actually pretty lame and often pointless.
     
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    top gun
    the movie of the 80's represented by the soundtrack of the 80's
     
  4. Falstaff

    Falstaff Sleep is for the Weak of Will Veteran

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    Surprisingly, Dracula 2000 has a not terrible soundtrack - especially surprising, because that movie was... smelly.

    Otherwise... hmm...

    Matrix, All of the Star Wars and LoTR soundtracks, Wedding Singer, and various and sundry other movies that I have seen along the way.
     
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    I liked:
    The wedding singer
    Last of the Mohicans
    Bill and ted's excellent adventure
    Dazed and confused
    Spy Game
    High fidelity
    Private Parts
     
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    It was a big surprise for me that Underworld has good soundtrack, because the film itself didn't impress me so much.

    Other good ones I've listened to recently are LotR, Matrix (Reloaded) and Pirates of the Caribbean.
     
  7. BOC

    BOC Let the wild run free Veteran

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    My favourite soundtrack is from "Conan the Barbarian", where Polydouris has done an excellent work. "The Shocker" has a good soundtrack as well (Megadeth's cover on Alice Cooper's "No more Mr. Nice Guy", Bonfire's "Sword and stone" etc.) even if the movie was crap.
     
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    Pulp Fiction
    Gladiator
    Braveheart (my fav)
    Lord of the rings, all three
     
  9. Alavin

    Alavin If I wanted your view, I'd read your entrails Veteran

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    I've been making my new film (Spearhand Reloaded, the Spearhand sequal - a Matrix and Gladiator parody), and so I've been listening a lot to the Matrix soundtracks for the combat music, and I like what I heard. Also, the Kill Bill soundtrack is good too.
     
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    OH BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU ?

    O sinners let's go down,
    Let's go down, come on down !
     
  11. Hacken Slash

    Hacken Slash OK... can you see me now?

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    "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"

    Yes, I'm not joking.
     
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    *LOTR (all three of course)
    *The Big Blue
    *Hackers
     
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    [​IMG] *LOTR all tree
    *Jackass The Movie
    *Spawn The Movie
    *Judgement Night
    *Beavis and Butthead Do America
     
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    - Blues Brothers
    - Judgment Night
    - Once Upon a Time in the West
     
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    OST of Serendipity and My Girl

    and instrumental OSTs from:
    Empire of the Sun,
    Heaven and Earth,
    The Soong Sisters,
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,
    The Joy Luck Club
     
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    Sir Belisarius Viconia's Boy Toy Distinguished Member ★ SPS Account Holder

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    [​IMG] Gladiator
    Empire Records
    Singles
    The Matrix (First movie soundtrack)
    Pulp Fiction
    Blues Brothers
    Star Wars: The Phantom Menace


    That's all I can think of at the moment.
     
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    I always had a soft spot for.

    Fast Times and Ridgemont high
    Valley Girl

    In the modern era

    School of Rock

    and my all time best soundtrack.

    Heavy Metal
     
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    I will second that BOC. The music is great as a stand alone and did a remarkable job of setting the tone of the film. It is just a shame that no one takes it seriously due to the film that it was in.
     
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    Matrix (all three)
     
  20. Dice

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    The soundtrack from Trainspotting was pretty good. Brings back a lot of special memories from that time in my life.
     
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