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bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
03/09/11 07:34 AM
Re: Favourite Movie Soundtrack Albums new [re: Halloween Jill]  

trainspotting ?

I believe in the Popol



Bello
(wild eyed peoploid)
03/12/11 03:34 PM
Re: And it's not a bad thing! new [re: K]  

Gay???
I'm bisex, I'm so proud to luv girls and boys!

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Claude

Bello
(wild eyed peoploid)
03/12/11 03:36 PM
Re: Favourite Movie Soundtrack Albums new [re: bibiStardust]  

I really luv that movie!

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Claude

KAdministrator
(thunder ocean)
03/16/11 02:33 PM
Re: And it's not a bad thing! new [re: Bello]  

In reply to:

Gay???
I'm bisex, I'm so proud to luv girls and boys!


I didn't say you would be gay, only that your choice of soundtrack was.

Trololololololololololololololololo

JarethsGirl
(all aboard for funtime)
03/18/11 07:08 PM
Re: one from each decade new [re: sonofsilence]  

In reply to:

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


Tarantino has a music room that's supposedly the size of a record store, and he has all these rare gems he's collected from around the world which he draws on for inspiration. I think that's why his soundtracks are usually pretty boss - diverse taste in music coupled with a knack for building cool scenes around songs.

Also, maybe I'm being anal-retentive, but are we talking soundtracks and original scores, or just soundtracks, or what? In some cases the two can be completely different animals in the same film.

Big ups to Donnie Darko, soundtrack and score. Some truly wonderful scenes defined by musical choices.

The Edward Scissorhands score music is some of Elfman's greatest work, imo.

I have to say, whether or not Daddy approves, the Velvet Goldmine soundtrack was pretty on point.

Cry-Baby - Bull Moose Jackson? Say no more. Badass original songs, too.

I might catch some flack for this one, but the Clueless soundtrack is a really very nice slice of 90's life.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, mostly score, but that Korgis/Beck scene is kind of gutting.

And, I know it's a TV series, but True Blood has a pretty decent music coordinator.

P.S. Labyrinth.



you're so natural
religiously unkind


JarethsGirl
(all aboard for funtime)
03/19/11 00:42 AM
Does anyone remember Career Opportunities? new [re: Auntie Prism]  

John Hughes is another dude who knew how to rock out a shitkickin' sountrack.

you're so natural
religiously unkind


Emil
(acolyte)
06/15/11 01:22 PM
So 2000 new [re: Auntie Prism]  

This is what I am listening to right now


It's SAILER, idiot!

Quills
(kook)
06/16/11 11:25 AM
Re: So 2000 new [re: Emil]  



I went to a restaurant that serves 'breakfast at any time'. So I ordered French Toast during the Renaissance.


fiGgU_
(cracked actor)
07/05/11 04:18 PM
Re: So 2000 new [re: Emil]  

That's a great album and a great movie from Sofia Coppola..

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


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