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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Soundtracks
PostPosted: 31 Jan 2008, 00:39 
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Eddie Vedder's Into the Wild



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PostPosted: 31 Jan 2008, 07:05 
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I have to agree with that one ! Vedder's songs for Into the Wild's soundtrack are very beautiful. I think it fits the movie well. In addition to this, I love Once's soundtrack. The song "Falling Slowly" is one of my most favorite.

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Gladiator soundtrack. The Battle is incredibly good.
Watched the movie and listened to the soundtrack of The boy in the striped pyjamas as well lately, liked that one.

And besides those, the music which Nightwish used to open and close their shows was really good as well. 'All of them!' from the King Arthur soundtrack, and 'Red warrior' from the Last Samurai. And Roll Tide from the Crimson Tide soundtrack (which Nightwish used to make the Crimson Tide / Deep Blue Sea instrumental).


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Tomorrow Never Dies - David Arnold
The Dark Knight - Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard
Goldfinger - John Barry
Casino Royale - David Arnold
Once Upon a Time in the West - Ennio Morricone
You Only Live Twice - John Barry
The Godfather Trilogy - Nino Rota
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Howard Shore
Batman Begins - Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly - Ennio Morricone
Vertigo - Bernard Herrmann

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Games (they count, right?):
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Listening Pearl Harbor soundtrack atm. Incredibly beautiful. Nothing more needs to be said.


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The Godfather soundtrack, the only classical that I can listen to. "28 Days Later" also has a killer soundtrack.

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Sherlock Holmes and Kingdom of Heaven soundtrack.

The latter reminds me a bit of Epica, the classical, symphonic part of Epica of course.
Maybe that's a reason why they also have a song named after the movie... (:


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wanegilly wrote:
"28 Days Later" also has a killer soundtrack.


yeah GY!BE's "East Hasting"!!!


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Amon Tobin, Alexander Balanescu et le Balanescu Quartett, Cat Power, Carl Craig, Jun Miyake, Leftfield, Magyar Posse, Nenad, Rene Aubry, Tom Waits and others

EXCELLENT SOUNDTRACK and movie! I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

all songs rule too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

watched yesterday... I instantly recognized "the endlesse cycle of Violence" too in the movie!!!!


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the movie is sick and unique. absolutely funny, violent, esthetic and disturbing.
from Alex de la Iglesias (Crimo Ferpecto)
a milestone.

as good as the music is.


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