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Old 03-08-2002, 02:23 PM   #1
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Favorite Soundtracks

Ok I hope that this topic hasn't been addressed recently. I was just kindly reminded by Mulholland Drive how much I like the soundtrack to The Captive. Our boy Edge is in top form!

What are your favorite soundtracks?

Some of mine are (and in particular order):

Pulp Fiction
Magnolia
In the Name of the Father
Until the End of the World (of course!)
Virgin Suicides
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Old 03-08-2002, 02:30 PM   #2
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I was JUST going to start this exact topic!

I've been listening to the soundtrack to "Amelie" for the last day and a half non-stop. It is just deliciously wonderful!

I used to really collect soundtracks...until a little Irish band moved to the forefront of my affections and music-buying. In any case, some of my fav scores are:

- Glory
- Last of the Mohicans
- Gladiator
- Dangerous Beauty
- Anna and the King

I only go for the actual scores of the music. Not into those "collection of songs that have nothing to do with the movie" CDs.

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I have quite a collection of soundtracks, and my favourites are:

Trainspotting (Both discs)
Pulp Fiction
The Saint (Crap movie, great soundtrack!)
In the Name of the Father

Favourite Scores:

Last of the Mohicans
1492
The Russia House
Edward Scissorhands (hee hee)

I woudl like to by the score to Gladiator!
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And I was just about to ask about a soundtrack *forrest gump* that I'm going to buy! So I'll ask, does anyone have that soundtrack- is it 2 discs or one??? I remember it being 2 discs but the place I'm going to order from isn't making it clear...

Well I loooove soundtracks more than anything *except U2 music*.

bladerunner *brilliant*
indecent proposal*the suite music is best*
gladiator
west side story
the first x files cd*strange but great songs*
A.I.*best score, dammit!*
sleepless in seattle
bram stoker's dracula*93 soundtrack*
dancer in the dark
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Forrest Gump soundtrack is two discs. It's a good one too.
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Old 03-08-2002, 02:51 PM   #6
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Harry Potter.........it's really excellent.
Heck, anything John Williams composes is excellent........
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Originally posted by sulawesigirl4:

In any case, some of my fav scores are:

- Glory
- Last of the Mohicans
- Gladiator


-sula
Yah, those are pretty sweet.. Mohicans is probably my favorite score out there, I also like Hook A lot! I'm not sure why.. I love the movie, and the score to it just seems to take me away sometimes..

I also turn away from those collections that have music 'inspired' by the motion picture... Geezus.. It took about two or three absolutely shitty purchases before I realized exactly what that meant...

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Funny that noone has mentioned the Million Dollar hotel Soundtrack.
I'm not much in for soundtracks myself, only have two of them, MDH and The Lion king.
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i love last of the mohicans and braveheart but here's some others you guys havent mentioned

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Originally posted by sulawesigirl4:
I was JUST going to start this exact topic!

I've been listening to the soundtrack to "Amelie" for the last day and a half non-stop. It is just deliciously wonderful!

:wow: I just saw your reply in The Captive thread. Thanks (both times) for the Amelie suggestion. I really enjoyed that movie so I'm sure to like the Soundtrack too!

Ah . . . the difference between a score and soundtrack. I usually go for just the soundtracks but I'll need to investigate the score road.

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Great list going here everyone! Last of the Mohicans is one of my favs too.
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Moulin Rouge
In The Name Of The Father
MDH

And the score for Jaws!!!

Thats some of them, Im sure I can think of many more...

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oh god your right angel...

1492: conquest of paradise is beautiful soundtrack, dunno how i missed that earlier in your post
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Ground Beneath Her Feet
Romeo & Juliet
Forest Gump
Born on The 4th Of July
Mask
In The Name of The Father
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Quote:
Originally posted by hotpepper:
Ok I hope that this topic hasn't been addressed recently.
Well it was but nevermind, here are mine:
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Gladiator - love that one, especially "Now We Are Free"
LOTR
and one I forgot last time I think...Bullitt, thats damn cool.



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