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posted on 1-13-2002 at 03:31 AM Edit Post
Best Soundtrack

I was going to do a poll here, but it would've been limited to those that are my own favourites, and that would potentially be sucky. So what I'm asking for is what is/are your favourite soundtrack(s)?

For me it's (in no particular order (and not necessarily all inclusive)):

A Hard Day's Night
Judgement Night
Pump Up The Volume
The Crow
Help! (a little Beatles bias here)





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posted on 1-13-2002 at 06:30 AM Edit Post
The Pump Up The Volume soundtrack would have been a lot better if they had put on Leonard Cohens "Everybody Knows" instead of Concrete Blondes cover of the song.

Soundtracks that I'm fond of... lets see...

Beautiful Girls (personal reasons)
A Hard Days Night for sure
Pink Floyds The Wall (yeah yeah, I know... wasn't really a true soundtrack. cope )
Dazed And Confused (both disks)
Star Wars (John Williams rules)
There's Something About Mary

There has to be more, but I can't think of them.

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posted on 1-13-2002 at 08:14 AM Edit Post
My favorite soundtrack ever was from Batman Forever... great, moody stuff with a sort of dark underground feel to it.
Varsity Blues and the Faculty are both worth checking out, and I just bought Not Another Teen Movie the other day and I'm diggin it

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posted on 1-15-2002 at 02:16 AM Edit Post
NATURAL BORN KILLERS. Freakin awesome soundtrack!
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posted on 1-16-2002 at 12:27 AM Edit Post
old, new and in-between

Of more recent things, top two are easily Moulin Rogue and the Matrix. I think 3/4 of the songs on the Matrix soundtrack would make great wrestling entrance music.

This may be cheating, but also Topsy Turvy.

Vintage stuff:

-- anything by Bernard Herrmann, notably N by NW, Vertigo, Psycho and Kane
-- The Third Man. Love the zither.
-- Enrico Morricone Leone Spaghetti western trilogy

Best soundtrack never actually made:

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posted on 1-20-2002 at 02:13 AM Edit Post
Any Kevin Smith Movie sountrack. The combonation of good music and funny quotes from the movie really make for a great listen. Same with Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs Sountracks. Stephen Wright shilling a Monster Truck Ralley is just too hilarious.
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posted on 1-22-2002 at 08:35 PM Edit Post
I would say The Crow & Judgement Night were great soundtracks for the times the moviews were released. Too bad Judgement the acutal movie sucked ass.

Of course the Beatles movie soundtracks were great! Pretty much everything the Beatles did was great

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posted on 1-23-2002 at 12:08 AM Edit Post
Shocker!

The soundtrack for Wes Craven's Shocker is awesome.

A good mix of known and somewhat unknown metal acts.

How could you *not* love "The Ballad of Horace Pinker (Demon Bell)" ? Awesome song. Dangerous Toys are a vastly overlooked and underrated band.

And while Shocker wasn't a gigantic box office hit I gotta admit I like that flick a lot.


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posted on 1-24-2002 at 01:38 AM Edit Post
Oh yeah, Mitch Pileggi as Horace Pinker was great. He was so over the top with that part. It came out the same summer as Batman, and I actually liked it better.
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posted on 1-30-2002 at 09:05 AM Edit Post
Best soundtracks in random order:

1. Singles
2. Rocky IV
3. Pure Country
4. Urban Cowboy
5. all Beatles soundtracks
6. Judgment Night
7. The Crow
8. Heavy Metal
9. South Park (the movie)
Last but not least.....(I can't believe nobody's mentioned this yet).....
10. Spinal Tap





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posted on 2-22-2002 at 10:27 PM Edit Post
A Clockwork Orange!Beethoven / Wendy Carlos yeah.. this one is the sh*t.
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posted on 3-2-2002 at 02:56 AM Edit Post
Mine would be (in no particular order):

Star Wars
Patton
The Battle of Britain
How the West was Won

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posted on 3-2-2002 at 05:00 AM Edit Post
My faves are as follows:
1. Howard Stern's Private Parts-Matchstick Men by Ozzy rules
2. Natural Born Killers
3. The Good,TheBad,&The Ugly
4. Reservoir Dogs-I still bust a gut picturing Mr.Blonde carve up that cop to"Stuck in the Middle"
5. Full Metal Jacket-Cool, but it blows that they didn't put The `Stones' "Painted Black" on it.

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posted on 3-2-2002 at 12:56 PM Edit Post
I really liked "Save the LAst dance" both the movie and the soundtrack.

and 'O Brother Where Art Thou?" def deserves a mention





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posted on 3-22-2002 at 02:21 AM Edit Post
Grease

Saturday Night Fever

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posted on 3-29-2002 at 08:55 PM Edit Post
I'd have to say I really enjoyed the music in Titanic a lot...to me, most soundtrack's are an excuse to put a bunch of hit songs on a cd and seel records.

I'd also mention the grat music and songs from "Bigger, Better, and Uncut" as Trey Parker and Matt Stone hit one out of the park with songs like "Blame Canada" and "Uncle Fucker".

And because nobody else would likely mention it...I think Disney does a bang up job and the soundtracks for their animated flicks. Kids sing them for one simple reason..they are super cathcy and fun.

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posted on 5-1-2002 at 05:31 AM Edit Post
#1 GREASE

The Wall (Pink Floyd)
Sliver
Forest Gump
Pulp Fiction
Stand By Me
Dazed and Confused
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Little Shop of Horrors
South Park
City of Angels
More Songs from Romeo and Juliet
Star Wars

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