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      Re: fave film soundtrack
      Reply #30: Sep 22, 2008 08:01:57 pm
      One Step Beyond and Night Boat To Cairo are quality Madness songs.

      But on the Soundtrack theme, I agree with Ayrton about The Beach! Plus Vanilla Sky's soundtrack is a very good mixture of stuff. Love it.
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      Reply #31: Sep 22, 2008 08:24:43 pm
      My favourite film soundtrack... its hard to look past the lion king really :D
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      Reply #32: Sep 22, 2008 08:30:10 pm
      Reservoir Dogs - Stuck in the Middle With You
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      Reply #33: Sep 24, 2008 12:08:38 am
      the business has a good soundtrack even if it's not the best of films
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      Reply #34: Sep 24, 2008 08:35:00 am
      Some of my favourite film music even if they aren't necessarily from my favourite films.

      Everybody's Talkin from the film Midnight Cowboy

      All the Simon and Garfunkel tracks in The Graduate

      The 'Blood Rave' song at the start of the first Blade movie

      Ennio Morricone's soundtrack to the Robert De Niro film The Mission

      Nowhere To Run by Arnold McCuller and In The City by Joe Walsh from The Warriors

      Bruce Springsteens Philadelphia from the film of the same name

      Leftfielld, Iggy PoP and Underworld tracks in Trainspotting

      Jungle Boogie by Kool & The Gang, Son Of A Preacher Man by Dusty Springfield and Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon by Urge Overkill and loads more from Pulp Fiction

      I was never the biggest Beatles fan but for You've Got To Hide Your Love Away an honourable mention goes to Help

      Steppenwolf ,The Byrds and Jimi Hendrix  from the film Easy Rider

      The film 'Goodfellas' for Derek & the Dominos,Muddy Waters ,Aretha Franklin and many more

      Apocalypse now for The Doors and of course the Ride Of The Valkyries scene


      And finally...I See Ice by George Formby from the film of the same name ;D

      "I've got a picture of a nudist camp, in my little snapshot album,

      All very jolly but a trifle damp, in my little snapshot album.

      There's Uncle Dick without a care,

      Discarding all his underwear,

      But his watch and chain still dangle there, in my little snapshot album."

      Iam joking about the last one!
         
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      Reply #35: Sep 24, 2008 12:19:58 pm
      Forrest Gump is another cracking soundtrack, through the different eras as Gump is growing up. Not my favourite film (though Gary Sinese is excellent), but one great song after another!
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      Reply #36: Sep 24, 2008 02:00:17 pm
      George Formby :D :D some of his songs are class. "When the lads of the village get cracking" is a boss song from the film of the same name. Can't remember which film it's out of but "I was leaning on a lampost". "Bell bottom George" both film and song are good.
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      Reply #37: Sep 24, 2008 04:44:12 pm
      Stephen King's The Stand has one of the best intro's ever: Don't Fear The Reaper! Gotta love the beginning of the film as the camera pans through the lab...

      http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=WUAvTn3uz5w
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      Reply #38: Sep 24, 2008 05:46:29 pm
      Quality tune that Ayrton! Who's it by? Reminds me of Death Cab For Cutie.

      As Glenbuck mentioned before, the Pulp Fiction soundtrack is a gem!

      Love this tune by the Statler Bro's:

      http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=xF3M7pumy-Q&feature=related

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      Reply #39: Sep 24, 2008 06:08:49 pm
      Don't Fear The Reaper is a song by Blue Oyster Cult, RK. ;)

      And yes, it rocks! :D

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      Reply #40: Sep 24, 2008 06:12:25 pm
      Has anybody mentioned the Lost Boys soundtrack. Some good songs on there.
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      Reply #41: Sep 24, 2008 06:13:25 pm
      Has anybody mentioned the Lost Boys soundtrack. Some good songs on there.

      Good call!!! Love that Cry Little Sister tune.
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      Reply #42: Sep 24, 2008 06:18:31 pm
      Quadrophenia by the Who - Classic film starring Phil Daniels and Leslie Ash and Sting - Songs include The Real Me,Bell Boy sung by Keith Moon.Timeless
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      Reply #43: Sep 24, 2008 06:20:49 pm
      Quadrophenia by the Who - Classic film starring Phil Daniels and Leslie Ash and Sting - Songs include The Real Me,Bell Boy sung by Keith Moon.Timeless

      couldn't agree more. My greatest ever film. Although I still prefer McVicar's soundtrack (see origional post)
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      Reply #44: Sep 24, 2008 06:37:04 pm
      couldn't agree more. My greatest ever film. Although I still prefer McVicar's soundtrack (see origional post)

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      Reply #46: Jul 16, 2009 07:55:48 pm
      Watching Deliverance, great film though not one of my favourites.

      Anyway, it's the guitar duel bit, a classic film moment, love it! :D It really kicks off from about 2m30s, great line at the end when he says "I'm lost!" and starts laughing!

      Awesome, get a load of this:

      Film and Music Study - Deliverance Dueling Banjos Scene

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      Reply #47: Jul 16, 2009 09:07:19 pm
      Two off the top of my head:

      Sid N Nacy OST



      Tracks:
      01. Love Kills - Joe Strummer
      02. Haunted - The Pogues
      03. Pleasure And Pain - Steve Jones
      04. Chinese Choppers - Pray For Rain
      05. Love Kills - Circle Jerks
      06. Off The Boat - Pray For Rain
      07. Dum Dum Club - Joe Strummer
      08. Burning Room - Pray For Rain
      09. She Never Took No For An Answer - John Cale
      10. Junk - The Pogues
      11. I Wanna Be Your Dog - Gary Oldman
      12. My Way - Gary Oldman
      13. Taxi To Heaven - Pray For Rain

      The Harder They Come OST




      Tracks:
      01. You Can Get It If You Really Want - Jimmy Cliff
      02. Many Rivers To Cross - Jimmy Cliff
      03. Harder They Come - Jimmy Cliff
      04. Sitting In Limbo - Jimmy Cliff
      05. Draw Your Brakes - Scotty
      06. Rivers Of Babylon - Melodians
      07. Sweet And Dandy - Toots & The Maytals
      08. Pressure Drop - Toots & The Maytals
      09. Johnny Too Bad - Slickers
      10. Shanty Town - Desmond Dekker

      They don't come much better. 8)




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      Reply #48: Jul 16, 2009 09:17:57 pm
      Really like the music n Collateral, espically the track "Ready Steady Go", very atmosheric. If fact may watch the film again tomorrow.
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      Reply #49: Jul 22, 2009 06:02:40 pm
      One of my fav's is the music from the Killing Fields,and right at the end John Lennon's-Imagine what a song to finish a movie.
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      Reply #50: Jul 22, 2009 10:26:56 pm
      What I've done - Linkin Park

      Soundtrack of Transformers.
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      Reply #51: Jul 28, 2009 08:08:40 pm
      I like the tune from the Godfather, very classical stuff and atmospheric.
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      Re: Fave film soundtrack
      Reply #52: Aug 30, 2009 08:40:22 am
      Dualing Banjo's spot on it's also my ring tone.Another classic movie theme is Once Upon A Time In America.
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      Reply #53: Sep 02, 2009 05:24:56 pm
      Once Upon A Time in America's soundtrack is beautiful.

      And so are all the others made by the great Ennio Morricone, especially those made for the Sergio Leone's movies.

      A special mention to Cinema Paradiso too, touching movie and music.
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      Reply #54: Sep 02, 2009 05:57:01 pm
      I don't know if it's a soundtrack but I defo in love with Battle without Honor - Tomayasu Hotei
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      Reply #55: Sep 02, 2009 06:04:22 pm
      The sopranos-Woke up this morning, Scarface-Push to the limit.
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      Reply #56: Sep 02, 2009 08:45:53 pm
      Anything from Quentin Tarantino movies, but the best was Reservoir Dogs. Killer soundtrack that, i love the dialogue of the K-Billy super sounds of the 70's mixed in throughout the CD to :D Little Green Bag, Coconut, Magic Carpet Ride all so good.

      And Stuck in the Middle With You has a whole new meaning after watching that movie :D
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      Reply #57: Sep 03, 2009 04:29:05 pm
      I've got to go back to DLS's original post and say "This Is England". Fantastic..except of course the Strawberry Switchblade and Soft Cell.

      At the time I really liked the "Singles" soundtrack.

      Also, "Control". Great movie, too. One of the best music bios I've ever seen. On that note, "24 Hour Party People" was good, too.

      EDIT: (Here's where I lose all street cred...) with the exception of one or two songs I really liked the "Once" soundtrack.
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      Reply #58: Jun 24, 2010 07:12:29 pm
      Boyz N The Hood soundtrack. Watched it the other night and these two songs are just quality.

      Tony! Toni! Tone!- Just Me and You

      and

      The Five Stairsteps performing "O-o-h Child" on Soul Train
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      Reply #59: Jun 24, 2010 09:28:11 pm
      This is England soundtrack really is amazing.

      Toots & The Maytals - Pressure drop

      Gotta be one of my favourite songs ever!

      I love the theme song of High Noon, classic western with Gary Cooper.

      High Noon Intro

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