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Old 10-20-2005, 09:59 PM   #16
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One of my fave soundtracks in College was With Honors

It introduced me to Grant Lee Buffalo and Kristen Hersh

Stand out tracks:

Duran Duran - cover of Thank You
Grant Lee Buffalo - Fuzzy
Kristen Hersh and Michael Stipe - Your Ghost
Pretenders - beautiful cover of Forever Young
Belly - cover of Not Unusual
Sanctuary - The Cult
Babble(aka Thompson Twins) - Tribe
Kristen Hersh I haven't heard her name in ages. I'm gonna dig up her cd's


I always loved the Say Anything soundtrack
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Cameron Crowe wins for best movie soundtrack hands down:

Movie : Singles
Notable Artists: Pearl Jam, Soungarden, Alice in Chains, Smashing Pimpkins, Jimi Hendrix
Standout Tracks" State of Love and Trust, Breath, Would?, Drown
I'm gonna second this vote. What a phenomenal soundtrack, and unlike many others, most of the songs are unreleased, or were written for the film. State of Love & Trust is better than almost everything on Pearl Jam's debut album, and Drown is perhaps one of the top 3 Smashing Pumpkins songs ever. It's them doing Sonic Youth. 2 brand new Paul Westerberg songs (Waiting For Somebody is an instant classic), a great song from Pearl Jam ancestors Mother Love Bone, and there's also a cover of Led Zeppelin's Battle of Evermore by the women from Heart (under the AKA The Lovemongers) which sounds scarily close to Robert Plant.

I guess it's a bit dated because it's early 90's alternative/grunge rock for the most part, but it's just fucking solid.
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Ditto to Royal Tenenbaums, Rushmore and Almost Famous
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Old 10-20-2005, 10:45 PM   #19
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movie: amelie
artist: yann tiersen (he wrote the whole album)
songs: all of them
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Movie : Singles
Notable Artists: Pearl Jam, Soungarden, Alice in Chains, Smashing Pimpkins, Jimi Hendrix
Standout Tracks" State of Love and Trust, Breath, Would?, Drown

You beat me to it... great soundtrack. I loved those seattle days....
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You have all obviously never heard of a little movie called "Rattle and Hum".

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Not my favorite movie, but I love some of the songs on the soundtrack

Movie : Cruel Intentions
Notable Artists: Placebo, The Verve, Blur, Counting Crows, Aimee Mann
Standout Tracks: "Every You, Every Me," "Bittersweet Symphony," "Coffee and TV," "Colorblind," "You Could Make a Killing"
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Old 10-21-2005, 01:14 AM   #23
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You have all obviously never heard of a little movie called "Rattle and Hum".

There's this guy with this song "Freedom for My People," and then there's Jimi's version of "Star-Spangled Banner." Other than that, I can't say I was impressed.



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Movie: Garden State

Tracks: ALL OF THEM!!!!!
ditto!
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Old 10-21-2005, 01:27 AM   #25
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'Singles' is fucking awesome, but in addition to others mentioned:

The Crow (the first movie, Nine Inch Nails, The Cure etc.)
Heat (well Passengers for one, Moby, Lisa Gerrard etc.)
Natural Born Killers and Lost Highway are pretty cool as well.
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Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure/Bogus Journey's soundtracks are the ultimate. You can't beat Kiss - God Gave Rock and Roll To Ya!

I am Sam Soundtrack is pretty good too (beatles covers )
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Clueless had a fun soundtrack

The Muffs cover of Kids in America
Supergrass-Alright
Luscious Jackson/
World Party/
Radiohead
Lighting seeds
The Smoking Popes
Beastie Boys
Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Coolio
Velocity Girl
Jill Sobule
Counting Crows
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I love the "Clueless" soundtrack. I also love just about any Cameron Crowe movie soundtrack.
To add a new one to the mix, I do like listening to the soundtrack of "She's Having A Baby". I know it's very 80's, but I think it had some great songs in it.
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Oh I forgot about that one. She's having a baby

That's how I got into Kate Bush

and OMG Woman's Work makes me teary

I had it on tape I need to get that one on CD
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Name of Movie: Pretty In Pink
Notable Artists: Psychedelic Furs, OMD, Suzanne Vega, INXS, The Smiths
Stand out Tracks: 'If You Leave' by OMD is still the fucking best!
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