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What are your favorite film soundtracks.

I really like the music in A Beautiful Mind, and Goodfellas had a good soundtracks.

By the way, please don't name movies like "Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains The Same" or "The Who: The Kids Are Alright". Yes, they were in theaters, but be more original.
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Blues Brothers.
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The Virgin Suicides
The Royal Tenenbaums
Romeo + Juliet
Moulin Rouge if that counts

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I love the film Goodfellas it is so well put together and yeah i like the soundtrack aswell.
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Forrest Gump!!!
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Howard Shore - The Lord Of The Ring soundtracks
Hans Zimmer - The Pirates Of The Caribbean soundtracks
John Williams - most of his work.
Mike Oldfield - The Killing Fields

Whilst not strictly film, I have to give an honorary mention to Murray Gold's work in Doctor Who.
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Pirates Of the Carribean
Without A Paddle
Dazed And Confused
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Pretty much all the spaghetti westerns (apart from a fistful of dynamite, how **** was that theme song? "Shong shong shong")

Trainspotting

Quadrophenia (bending your rules there slightly, but it is a great album)

Raging Bull (Cavalleria rusticana intermezzo sounds awesome)
#15
Collateral.

Amazing film, even more amazing soundtrack.

Shaun of the Dead also had a pretty good soundtrack, but Collateral wins for me by a long way.

Oh and Fight Club gets an honorable mention because the moment at the end when Where is my mind? starts playing is one of the greatest parts of any film.
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Iron Man - Ramin Djawadi
Braveheart - James Horner
Nightmare Before Christmas - Danny Elfman
Aladdin - Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, and Tim Rice
The Lion King - Hans Zimmer / Elton John & Tim Rice
Star Wars - John Williams
Pirates of the Caribbean - Klaus Badelt / Hans Zimmer
#18
Lord of the Rings

Love that soundtrack

Also, Psycho had a very very nice soundtrack too
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Ohhhh, I loved the music in A Beautiful Mind as well.
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Howard Shore - The Lord Of The Ring soundtracks
Hans Zimmer - The Pirates Of The Caribbean soundtracks
John Williams - most of his work.
Mike Oldfield - The Killing Fields.

But those are not really soundtracks, but scores. (as if anybody cares)

I found Kill Bill 1 and Death Proof had very good soundtracks. And +1 to the Blues Brothers.
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Pi
Afro Samurai
Pulp Fiction
The Matrix Reloaded
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But those are not really soundtracks, but scores. (as if anybody cares)

Technically, a soundtrack can be any music or sound used in a film, including the score.
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The good, The bad and The ugly

Best soundtrack ever and one of the best movies ever!
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#26
Gladiator

Generally anything by Hans Zimmer or John Williams

LoTR too.
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Dazed and Confused. Cmon, it doesn't get any better for classic rock fans.
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Lords Of Dogtown
Moulin Rouge
Cabaret - which is a musical really, but the score is awesome.
The Full Monty - everytime I hear a song from the soundtrack I laugh :P
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Hans Zimmer - Gladiator and Pirates of the Carribean
John Williams - Pretty much everything but especially schindlers list
John Murphy - 28 Days Later
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Technically, a soundtrack can be any music or sound used in a film, including the score.

I thought it was either this or that. Thanks for explaining.

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Fight Club (where is my mind)
Goodfellas
Billy Elliot
Pulp Fiction
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I thought it was either this or that. Thanks for explaining.

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John Williams FTW
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I thought it was either this or that. Thanks for explaining.

Any time.

I did neglect to mention that the term "score" is almost always used to refer to music written specifically to accompany a film, while "soundtrack" is more of a blanket term.
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^^Yeah, I always assumed a soundtrack was just a list of songs that weren't made for the movie in the first place, but were used for it because they worked well for it.

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Blues Brothers.


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#38
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (Uematsu ftw)
Star Wars Saga
Jurassic Park
Garden State
High Fidelity
Clerks II
300
Saving Private Ryan

And loads more, I just can't think of too many at the moment.

EDIT: And I forgot Fight Club, Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs.
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Trainspotting (I havn't actually seen the film, but have the soundtrack )
Goal is pretty good as well


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Dazed and Confused. Cmon, it doesn't get any better for classic rock fans.


I beg to differ. May I offer:

ALMOST FAMOUS

Selections include:

America -- Simon & Garfunkel
Sparks -- The Who
Search and Destroy -- Iggy and the Stooges
Tangerine, Misty Mountain Hop, That's the Way -- Led Zeppelin
One Way Out -- The Allman Brothers Band
Simple Man -- Lynyrd Skynyrd
Feel Flows -- The Beach Boys
Voodoo Child (Slight Return) -- The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Paranoid -- Black Sabbath
Tiny Dancer, Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters -- Elton John

Plus Stevie Wonder, Todd Rundgren, Rod Stewart, Joni Mitchell, and more! Along with original music from Stillwater, written by Cameron Crowe, Nancy Wilson, and Peter Frampton.

Though Forrest Gump and The Blues Brothers are second and third, respectively.
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