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  • CTM
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    Yo Armageddon has some pretty sick music in it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6C_o...eature=related

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  • TPBrew
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    Oh yea, how could I forget Mamma Mia!
    Originally a broadway musical based on the music of ABBA.
    The new movie version has songs sung by the actors in the film. Meryl Streep deserves an oscar!

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  • 2 Minute Warning
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    HELP!!!!!~Beatles

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  • RealBronco
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    the Serenity score and the August Rush soundtrack are both awesome as well...

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  • Nick
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    Forest Gump soundtrack is my personal favorite.

    Disc One

    "Hound Dog" performed by Elvis Presley – 2:16
    "Rebel Rouser" performed by Duane Eddy – 2:21
    "(I Don't Know Why) But I Do" performed by Clarence Frogman Henry – 2:18
    "Walk Right In" performed by The Rooftop Singers – 2:33
    "Land of 1000 Dances" performed by Wilson Pickett – 2:25
    "Blowin' in the Wind" performed by Joan Baez – 2:36
    "Fortunate Son" performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival – 2:18
    "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)" performed by The Four Tops – 2:43
    "Respect" performed by Aretha Franklin – 2:27
    "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" performed by Bob Dylan – 4:35
    "Sloop John B" performed by Beach Boys – 2:56
    "California Dreamin'" performed by The Mamas & the Papas – 2:39
    "For What It's Worth" performed by Buffalo Springfield – 2:38
    "What the World Needs Now Is Love" performed by Jackie DeShannon – 3:13
    "Break on Through (To the Other Side)" performed by The Doors – 2:27
    "Mrs. Robinson" performed by Simon & Garfunkel – 3:51


    Disc Two

    "Volunteers" performed by Jefferson Airplane – 2:04
    "Let's Get Together" performed by The Youngbloods – 4:36
    "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" performed by Scott McKenzie – 2:58
    "Turn! Turn! Turn!" performed by The Byrds – 3:54
    "Medley: Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In" performed by Fifth Dimension – 4:48
    "Everybody's Talkin'" performed by Harry Nilsson – 2:44
    "Joy to the World" performed by Three Dog Night – 3:16
    "Stoned Love" performed by The Supremes – 2:59
    "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" performed by B. J. Thomas – 3:00
    "Mr. President" performed by Randy Newman – 2:46
    "Sweet Home Alabama" performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd – 4:43
    "It Keeps You Runnin'" performed by The Doobie Brothers – 4:13
    "I've Got to Use My Imagination" performed by Gladys Knight & the Pips – 3:30
    "Go Your Own Way" performed by Fleetwood Mac – 3:40
    "On the Road Again" performed by Willie Nelson – 2:29
    "Against the Wind" performed by Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band – 5:33
    "Forrest Gump Suite" composed by Alan Silvestri – 8:49


    Songs in the movie but not on the soundtrack include:

    "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" - Pete Seeger
    "Love Her Madly" - The Doors
    "Soul Kitchen" - The Doors
    "Voodoo Child - Jimmy Hendrix
    "Hello, I Love You" - The Doors
    "People Are Strange" - The Doors
    "Free Bird" - Lynyrd Skynyrd
    "All Along the Watchtower" - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    "Running On Empty" – Jackson Browne
    "Hey Joe" - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    "Get Down Tonight" - KC & The Sunshine Band
    "Let's Work Together" - Canned Heat
    "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" - Tony Orlando & Dawn
    "Hanky Panky" - Tommy James and The Shondells


    If it is for one individual song / Theme song of a movie... I have two soundtracks.

    #1

    Steven Kings Sleepwalkers

    Song: Sleepwalk Link

    #2

    Fallen

    Song: The Stones version of Time Is on My side Link


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    Last edited by Nick; 11-26-2008, 08:27 AM.

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  • TPBrew
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    We are talking about complete soundtracks right? Not just movie theme songs right?

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  • Southstander
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    The Great Escape
    The Karate Kid Score
    The Sting
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    Indiana Jones
    Hook
    The Natural
    The Magnificant Seven
    Pirates of the Carribian
    Rio Bravo
    Rocky I-VI
    The Sopranos
    Star Wars
    Braveheart
    Brain Song
    Cars
    The God Father
    Guys and Dolls
    Singing in the Rain
    Take Me out to the Ballgame
    An American In Paris
    White Christmas
    Holiday Inn
    The Jazz Singer (1980)
    Superman
    Back to the Future Trilogy
    Grand Prix
    Chirstmas Child
    The Campion
    Aladin
    The Lion King
    Beauty and the Beast
    Toy Story
    Oceans 11 (The Rat pack version)
    Robin and the 7 Hoods
    4 for Texas
    Sergeants 3
    Titanic
    Band Of Brothers
    Ghostbusters
    High Society
    Anchors Away
    Wizzard of Oz
    Brigadoon
    On The Town
    Summer Stock
    High Society
    You've Got Mail
    Sleepless in Seattle
    The Sound of Music
    West Side Story
    Psyco
    Snow White and the Seven Dorfs
    American Graffiti
    My Fair Lady
    Gone With the Wind
    Marry Poppins
    The Pink Panther
    Fantasia
    Jaws
    The King and I
    Jailhouse Rock
    The Graduate
    Breakfast at Tiffany's
    Chariots of Fire
    E.T.
    Gladiator
    Amadeus
    The Glenn Miller Story
    The Good the Bad and the Ugly
    The Jungle Book

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  • RealBronco
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    Originally posted by cloud of dust View Post
    Hans Zimmer-didnt he do the Spirit soundtrack with Brian Adams? That was a good one.

    Mark Knopfler has done some good ones-Princess Bride and Local Hero if anyone knows those from a few years back.
    yeah he did collaborate with Adams on that one. that's a good soundtrack.


    Originally posted by Cutler'stheMan View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsW3ZcDySys

    "Sniff" "Sniff"


    So Beautiful. Its played during Sam and Frodo's escape from the lava of Mount Doom.

    Howard Shore truly created one of the all time best scores in the history of film with LOTR. It's one of my favorites.

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  • CTM
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsW3ZcDySys

    "Sniff" "Sniff"


    So Beautiful. Its played during Sam and Frodo's escape from the lava of Mount Doom.

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  • TPBrew
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    Dirty Dancing
    Pulp Fiction
    Grease (both 1 and 2 are great)
    That Thing You Do
    Almost Famous
    Forrest Gump

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  • cloud of dust
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    Originally posted by RealBronco View Post
    Gladiator.

    The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

    Black Hawk Down was good too.

    Basically any score by Hans Zimmer.

    man there are just too many that I love so much...

    also here's one y'all oughta check out

    http://www.myspace.com/gunslingerscore

    Hans Zimmer-didnt he do the Spirit soundtrack with Brian Adams? That was a good one.

    Mark Knopfler has done some good ones-Princess Bride and Local Hero if anyone knows those from a few years back.

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  • Babe
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    I'm Dancing As Fast As I Can

    best movie soundtrack

    bar none folks

    DANCES WITH WOLVES

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  • CTM
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    Can anyone help me out?

    I was wondering if anyone knows the title of the music in American Gangster, awesome movie btw, its near the end and it plays after Frank says he wants some holy water, and it continues up until Frank is released from prison.

    Sorry I kno, kinda specific but Ive been looking at the tracks on Itunes and none of them seem to have it.

    Its an awesome movie with a great soundtrack but that particular music is my favorite just because it gives a great sound and feel to the scene of explaining everything that happens after the conviction.

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  • CTM
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    Originally posted by RealBronco View Post

    and also the Transformers score effing owns (not the soundtrack, the score).
    Hell Yeah, That movie had some sick music to it. Very underrated.

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  • RealBronco
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    did i mention Batman Begins or The Dark Knight scores? wow.


    and also the Transformers score effing owns (not the soundtrack, the score).

    if there's one thing Steve Jablonsky knows how to do, it's make a kick ass action movie score. And he even "borrowed" some inspiration from Zimmer's Batman score for Transformers.

    I always joke that Transformers is an ode to Batman. You have Bumblebee using a spotlight to signal Optimus and Co. with the Autobot logo shining into the heavens.

    then Optimus shows up and he's got "bat ears" hahahahaha.

    also when Optimus and Megatron go flying through the office building in slow motion, that's some straight up Terminator score nodding right there.

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