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Jamie
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If you wish you can even have one for each decade you have memory of.... heh

There is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar.
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Star Wars
Moulin Rouge
Grease
Saturday Night Fever
Ummmmm.......

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Lord of the Rings
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
As much as I hate to admit it, Clueless

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Natural Born Killers.

Almost all of the songs are excellent, and sound clips of the film integrated with the music actually give a pretty good audio summary of the film. Also, this album has amazing variety- Patti Smith to Leonard Cohen to NIN to...whoever sings the stupid rap and death metal songs towards the end to Juliette Lewis herself, this soundtrack manages to maintain one of the darkest sounds I've ever heard without sounding trite, whiny, or excessive.

"I'm thinking about leaving tomorrow
I'm thinking about being on my own
I think I been wasting my time
I'm thinking about getting out"

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Hey Jamsey

umm

Titanic
Gladiator

Thats all that comes to mind for now.
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GREASE
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The Commitments
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All time fav?? Nah, can't think of just one.

Moulin Rouge
Footlose
Beaches
Saturday Night Fever
Rocky Horror Picture Show!

There is sure to be more.
Dee

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The Big Chill. Oh...and loved the jams played in the car scene from "As Good As It Gets"...there's more...just on my first cup of coffee here tho.
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Conan The Barbarian (1982). Carmina Burana, by Karl Orff, is incredibly chilling and powerful...especially as background music for Thulsa Doom (James Earl Jones).

[This message has been edited by Alicat (01-10-2002 01:58 PM).]

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"1492 - Conquest of Paradise" and "Blade Runner."  I'm sorry, but nothing tops Vangelis.

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The
Rocky Horror Picture
Show

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How many aritst other than the beatles have made albums that later became movies and then soundtracks?

There is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar.
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Um...Spice Girls? ROFL
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Xanadu
Grease
Footloose
Purple Rain
Somewhere In Time
Sound Of Music
Wizzard of Oz
16 Candles
Pretty In Pink
Back To The Future
The Matrix
E.T.
St.Elmos Fire(?)
Wierd Science
Urban Cowboy
Pulp Fiction
and one movie I haven't seen but have the soundtrack to is
Girl 6 ~ it'a almost all Prince songs....very good ones too!!

(when it comes to music, I couldn't possibly pick just one favorite,I have a kabillion favorites!!!!) but those are the first ones to come to my mind......and I do love them all....actually own quite a few of these movies too


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I'm guessing here, but Jamie? Pink Floyd--The Wall...The Who...tommy...Harry Neilson...The Point? (actually I'm guessing, not sure whether the chicken came first, or the egg...smile)
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Gotta agree with Allan here, nobody composes theme music like Vangelis.  But, Allan, what about his earlier track for the Japanese film, 'Antarctica'?  That's what got me hooked.
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In order they would be (can't pick a favorite I like all of these)...

Braveheart
Purple Rain
Forrest Gump
A Hard Day's Night
American Graffiti
The Sound of Music
Saturday Night Fever
The Wizard of Oz



~*~ Carpe' Diem ~*~

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oh yes, Forrest Gump! Definately!!
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Harry Potter
Star Wars
Grease
Shrek

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Jesus Christ Superstar
Saturday Night Fever
Purple Rain
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All Beatle Movies!
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Grey - Yeah, it's all good... Vangelis is a genius, there's no doubt.  

SEA - The Matrix has a wonderful soundtrack... lots of talent on that album.  Although I don't even remember where "Du Hast" appeared in the film... (and I don't like it when a song is picked for a soundtrack because it's the most well-known of an artist's work.  ah well...)
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Oh, and I'll add a few...

Koyaanisqatsi
Hannibal
Mortal Kombat (a guilty pleasure... so spank me )

[This message has been edited by Allan Riverwood (01-20-2002 11:29 PM).]

 
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