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#1 Feb 14 2011 at 6:18 AM Rating: Good
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I'm bored, so I thought I'd link my favorite Movie soundtracks.

First up is Marco Beltrami's soundtrack for 3:10 to Yuma: Bible Study and The 3:10 to Yuma.

Next is Hans Zimmer's soundtrack for The Last Samurai: Specter in the Fog, A Hard Teacher.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World's: We Are **** Bob-Omb, Scott Pilgrim.

Shoot 'em Up's: Switch on - Paul Oakenfold.

I thought I had more to link, but I guess that's it for now. I'll probably remember stuff later.


Have anything you'd like to share? I always need more to listen to Smiley: tongue

Edited, Feb 14th 2011 5:33am by Kirby
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#2 Feb 14 2011 at 6:30 AM Rating: Good
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUVdA9ABzpg

This song should be played at all times whenever Jin is on the screen in yuyu hakusho.
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#3 Feb 14 2011 at 10:13 AM Rating: Excellent
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Greatest Movie Soundtrack of All Time

Other favorites are more a mix of composers and movies...

Pirates of the Caribbean
Tombstone
Lord of the Rings
Meet Joe Black
Most of Hans Zimmer's work
Anything that Ennio Morricone has done (Dollars trilogy, My Name is Nobody, Once Upon a Time in the West, etc)
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#4 Feb 14 2011 at 1:23 PM Rating: Excellent
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"Get Him To the Greek" has a great soundtrack.
#5 Feb 14 2011 at 4:51 PM Rating: Good
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The soundtracks for Across The Universe and Swordfish are really good ones, but my favourite is probably the soundrack for Dazed And Confused.
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#6 Feb 14 2011 at 5:00 PM Rating: Excellent
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Oh, I also <3 the Rocky Horror Picture Show sound track.

And Grease, but that's because I'm a big softy.
#7 Feb 15 2011 at 2:33 AM Rating: Excellent
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One of my favorite tracks from a movie soundtrack of all times.

Also, I quite enjoy most everything from the Titan AE soundtrack.

If I think of anything more(and I probably will), I'll post more later.
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#9 Feb 17 2011 at 6:21 PM Rating: Good
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I'm going pull out my half dead Mooglef**ker side and submit this, this, and this as my candidates. I don't generally get into soundtracks to movies since a lot of movies just have a selection of the current flavors of the month artists. Though I will say Tarantino manages to do fairly well with his selections. If I had to pick a movie soundtrack, one of his movies would probably be what I'd go with.

Edited, Feb 18th 2011 12:21am by Turin
#10 Feb 17 2011 at 10:24 PM Rating: Excellent
As a classically trained musician, anything with a strong orchestra and intelligent/clever composing ranks very highly for me. This includes pretty much anything by Hans Zimmer or John Williams (Star Wars is probably #1 on my list if I bothered to rank them). This one, however, is my most recent movie soundtrack obsession. I don't care what you think about the movie (many of you probably never even saw it), but this is some of the best composing I've heard in many years. I won't bore you with the details, but let's just say it would be worthy of academic analysis, and that's high praise.
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#11 Feb 18 2011 at 5:45 PM Rating: Excellent
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Lets see here, I have a fairly large collection of instrumental stuff. it's kind of a bit all over the place. But I think I can find some of my favorites. In no particular order:

From MI2
[link=Nyah]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZywNj0hFrE[/link] and Injection (both Hanz Zimmer)

Gabriel Knight III soundtrack (Computer game)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUSSa8aHAMk

Vangelis - Conqust of Paradise from 1492

Red Alert I **** March (also computer game)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb-gI_pFog0

Crimson Tide - Muteny also hans Zimmer

Das Boat soundtrack track 20 "Ende" and Track 6 Einerrung Klaus Doldinger

Descent II Sountrack track 11

Aqua Vita, from I'm not really sure what

Dungeon Keeper 2 Full Theme (hard to find. Starts slow, give it a chance though at least to about 6 minutes in)

Tales of Monkey Island Theme

Dr. Who Theme from 2005-2007
Poldaran, I second that Starship troopers piece.
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I think that the soundtrack for The Social Network really enhanced the movie. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly has an amazing soundtrack as well.

This scene sends chills down my spine every time I watch it.

Edited, Feb 20th 2011 9:25am by Paskil
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I'm going to submit the soundtrack to Baseketball, even if it did unfortunately include a Smash Mouth song.
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#14 Feb 20 2011 at 7:41 PM Rating: Decent
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lolgaxe wrote:
I'm going to submit the soundtrack to Baseketball, even if it did unfortunately include a Smash Mouth song.


Not relevant, but they were the second concert I went to (first being Weird Al). Good times.
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Paskil wrote:
I think that the soundtrack for The Social Network really enhanced the movie. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly has an amazing soundtrack as well.

This scene sends chills down my spine every time I watch it.

Edited, Feb 20th 2011 9:25am by Paskil


Not being one to watch westerns, I have no idea why that guy was so enthusiastic about doing cardio in a graveyard. It kind of spoiled the scene for me.
#16 Feb 21 2011 at 12:21 AM Rating: Good
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Turin wrote:
Paskil wrote:
I think that the soundtrack for The Social Network really enhanced the movie. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly has an amazing soundtrack as well.

This scene sends chills down my spine every time I watch it.

Edited, Feb 20th 2011 9:25am by Paskil


Not being one to watch westerns, I have no idea why that guy was so enthusiastic about doing cardio in a graveyard. It kind of spoiled the scene for me.


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#17 Feb 21 2011 at 2:16 AM Rating: Excellent
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Turin wrote:
Paskil wrote:
I think that the soundtrack for The Social Network really enhanced the movie. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly has an amazing soundtrack as well.

This scene sends chills down my spine every time I watch it.

Edited, Feb 20th 2011 9:25am by Paskil


Not being one to watch westerns, I have no idea why that guy was so enthusiastic about doing cardio in a graveyard. It kind of spoiled the scene for me.
I can't comment on the scene(it has been forever since I last watched that movie), but I have to say I kinda enjoy that song more in the metal cover of it.
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