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Discussion in 'Pop Culture' started by Jax, Nov 23, 2002.
one song from serendipity l0l
TRANSFORMERS THE MOVIE!!!!
where HAVE you guys been living???
Oh yeah! That one is mag-fucking-nificent. The only other Kenji Kawai soundtrack I've heard is the original Ghost in the Shell soundtrack, which is also pretty damn good.
My other favorites would have to be
Spirited Away by Joe Hisaishi.. "unca Joe's" piano parts just slay me.
Future Blues by Yoko Kanno. This is the soundtrack to "Cowboy Bebop - Knockin' on Heavens Door" and it totally rules. All of Yoko's stuff has such energy in it.
Conan and Starship Troopers by Basil Poledouris. 'Nuff said.
Desperados - especially the Latin Playboys tracks n_n ...and Link of course! He's da man!
The Matrix - just because it got me into Propellerheads and Monster Magnet.
np: Blood Axis - Reign I Forever
Lord of The Rings...awesome
Definitely Lord of the Rings (both movies)
pulp fiction awesome
Neil Young's "Dead Man" soundtrack. Psychedelic old western music, I love it. It's basically one long ass guitar solo with organ music and clips from the movie dispersed throughout.
fight club! very electronic but cool!
Death's Design of course
The Donnie Darko soundtrack, "Mad World" is so beautiful... I'm such a loser. And of course anything by Danny Elfman is brilliant as well.
Seriously, though, The Rock has one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard, if not the best. Oh sure, it's "Yay america!"-music but it's mood creating. I don't listen to soundtrack music at all, except for those times I put on The Rock when playing wargames for instance.
Gummo. It's the only soundtrack I know with Mortician! Also, DUNE. Gotta love Toto!
minmei would be proud!!
fuck yea! all of those, and also nightmare before christmas
ya the rock definitely!
i also like the queen of th damned soundtrack, except the fact that jonathan davis sings almost half the fucking songs on their
the Crow soundtrack was awesome, i really loved the song by For Love Not Lisa, Slip Slide Melting i think was the name of it, so i then went and bought all of their cds, which are good but sound diff from the song chosen for the soundtrack, i wonder what happened to that band?
also Lost Highway is great,
The Craft soundtrack,
and the Legend soundtrack by Tangerine Dream
Lock, stock & 2 smoking barrels
Hands down - Highlander soundtrack.
After that, Braveheart.
who waaaaants to liiiiiiiiive forevaaaaaaaaaaar....
great great soundtrack!