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yeah, this is another one of my favourites... great classical music.

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and from now on "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance"
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I gotta listen to The Fountain OST! :D


here are two mp3 which i found in the internet :

Death is the Road to Awe
http://www.fileden.com/files/2006/11/24 ... %20Awe.mp3

Stay With Me
http://www.fileden.com/files/2006/11/24 ... h%20Me.mp3

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If we can call Queen's A Kind Of Magic album a soundtrack to Highlander movie than it appears to be my fav 8)
And soundtrack to Lock,Stock And Two Smocking Barrels :wink:

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here are two mp3 which i found in the internet :

Death is the Road to Awe
http://www.fileden.com/files/2006/11/24 ... %20Awe.mp3

Stay With Me
http://www.fileden.com/files/2006/11/24 ... h%20Me.mp3

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Thanks mate!!! :D

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If we can call Queen's A Kind Of Magic album a soundtrack to Highlander movie than it appears to be my fav 8)


Dude, totally! How could I have forgotten, that's one of my favourite movies/franchises! The songs in that album are amazing, particularly "Who Wants to Live Forever"!


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but you're all welcome Mac-T.

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If we can call Queen's A Kind Of Magic album a soundtrack to Highlander movie than it appears to be my fav 8)


Dude, totally! How could I have forgotten, that's one of my favourite movies/franchises! The songs in that album are amazing, particularly "Who Wants to Live Forever"!


Yep,this one and especially for me Gimme The Prize(Kurgan's Theme) :wink:

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some more... :green:

In The mood for Love
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Saint Seiya TV Original Soundtrack VI - Ôgon no yubiwa-hen
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Twin Peaks
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The Casino Royale Title You know my name

performed by Chris Cornell.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7j93Bf-EyI


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I think the music for TUVALÚ , is just great. or what kronos quartet did for the restauration of 1931 Dracula.

in the kind of compilation soundtrack...

1. Dear Wendy - Music by The Zombies
2. Donnie Darko - Various Artists


and the not yet available soundtrack for Children of Men, Cuarón is amazing in picking songs that perfectly match in the film. This one will be great, includes King Crimson, Jarvis Cocker, Deep Purple...

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WTF!!!! :o :o

is that some kind of adaptation of the movie Deep Red by Dario Argento??

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no, it has nothing to do with it at all...

"Porco Rosso" is not the same as "Profondo Rosso"


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no, it has nothing to do with it at all...

"Porco Rosso" is not the same as "Profondo Rosso"


ooo sorry, my talian isn't that good... :lol:

but, i thought it was, because there is a mexican version of that film, welll i'm not really sure if that's the same story... it's called Profundo Carmesí, a very similar transltaion from Deep Red, or Profondo Rosso.

and the charachters in teh picture (the pig and the lady) are quite similar as the ones in the mexican movie. 30's style, a couple fat guy, thin gal. btw, the soundtrack from taht movie isn't good, just to stay on topic.


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there is no problem. :wink:

Profundo carmesi is a movie from Arturo Ripstein (not Dario Argento)... so it was difficult to get. and the english translation is "Deep Crimson" (not Deep Red)

their story and the characters are very different.... and Porco Rosso by Miyazaki is a pure romantic movie (not Profundo Carmesi)


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i think you should work in a movie magazine :wink:

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The Thin Red Line - OST by Hans Zimmer

Trainspotting by Various artists

The Keep - OST by Tangerine Dream

Lost In Translation by various artists

The Longest Journey - OST

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The last thing wich impressed me was soundtrack from "Broken Flowers" (by Jim Jarmusch). I think it's great :)


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i think you should work in a movie magazine :wink:

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wow thanx a lot, that's an idea, but no way

actually, i like watching movies just for free time.

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^the only 2 cd that i have from sountracks..amazing both

great music there is also in old western movies..the good the bad and the ungly for a few dollars more etc etc..ennio morricone.

who does not like them..!

(sorry guys i had written it firstly in greek thought it was for the greek room)


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Ok we agree but next time write in english here. Not everyone can read your post.

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