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Emil
(acolyte)
01/25/11 03:34 PM
Jungle wasn't hip even in 1997 new [re: EJ]  

Seconded, EJ and p2c. In fact I played some music from The Jungle book to my toddler today.
Listening to it again as a grown-up, it has some high quality jazz in it (although the vocal performance depends on what language version you have -- as with all kids movies, even the soundtrack was dubbed to your local language, you know). I doubt anyone will listen to any of the current Disney soundtracks in fifty years from now.

It's SAILER, idiot!

Marquis
(wise like orangutan)
01/25/11 05:58 PM
I haven't seen The Aristocats in 25 years new [re: Emil]  

Fourthed, or whatever it is we're up to. I probably prefer Robin Hood a bit more as a film, but that Jungle Book soundtrack is unstoppable.

I can't speak much for recent history. I believe the last cel-animated Disney feature I saw was Lilo & Stitch, which isn't a musical, and before that The Lion King, whose songs I will be glad to never listen to again.

Which pretty much proves Emil's point -- I'd argue that you didn't necessarily need to see the actual movies to recognize, say, "Under The Sea" or "Hakuna Matata," but I'll be damned if I even know the titles of the signature songs of the last decade of Disney musicals.

I don't walk it like I talk it cause I run it

RabbitFighter
(incestuous and vain)
01/29/11 10:34 PM
Re: one from each decade new [re: Emil]  

In reply to:

There is probably a law somewhere stipulating that you have to like the soundtrack to The harder they come. Well, it is a classic for a reason.


What the Swede said.

I don't get along with myself
And I'm not too keen on anyone else



sonofsilence
(two inch thoughts)
02/18/11 06:25 AM
Re: one from each decade new [re: RabbitFighter]  

The Harder They Come is a great soundtrack full of lots of variety.

A favourite of mine is Pulp Fiction. Infact Tarrintino is great with his soundtracks.

TWAT.





bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
03/01/11 08:17 AM
Re: one from each decade new [re: sonofsilence]  



I believe in the Popol



Emil
(acolyte)
03/01/11 04:03 PM
Disappointed! new [re: bibiStardust]  

In reply to:

I believe in the Popol


Before your image loaded, I thought there was a soundtrack featuring Popol Vuh.

It's SAILER, idiot!

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
03/03/11 04:46 AM
Re: Disappointed! new [re: Emil]  

I believe in the Popol is a French joke... You can say i believe in the belouze... Whatever.

I believe in the Popol



Bello
(wild eyed peoploid)
03/03/11 08:59 PM
Re: Favourite Movie Soundtrack Albums new [re: Auntie Prism]  



The Crimson Wing

-----------------------------------------------------
Claude

KAdministrator
(thunder ocean)
03/04/11 05:45 AM
And it's not a bad thing! new [re: Bello]  

That. Is so. Gay!

Trololololololololololololololololo

fiGgU_
(cracked actor)
03/04/11 04:29 PM
Re: Favourite Movie Soundtrack Albums new [re: Auntie Prism]  

1. I'm Not There
2. Lost Highway
3. Arizona Dream
4. Jackie Brown
5. Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain

"Ah his fingernails, I see they're broken, his ships they're all on fire..." - Leonard Cohen


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