What are your favourite soundtracks?

Started by Predator Eldar, Mar 24, 2007, 07:06:47 AM

What are your favourite soundtracks? (Read 91,993 times)


Ah, because I couldn't remember hearing it during the movies.  :D


Rushmore, Schindler's List, and mostly Godzilla 1984.


Just watched Briand DePalma's "Blow Out", incredible score by Pino Donaggio.


Quote from: SiL on Jun 15, 2009, 10:59:28 PM
An orchestral version of the Requiem for a Dream theme was used during the trailers.

More specifically the two towers trailer.


I really like score for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. It's not as good as the first one, but still very nice. Especially Tomb of the Primes and Forest Battle. Steve Jablonsky never disappoints.  :D

Space Sweeper

The Lord of the Rings (all of them, they are beauty in audio form)

Pirates of the Carribean (all)

Star Wars (all)

HALO (all, that shit is revolutionary)

Mass Effect (like HALO's, my breath is just taken away at some moments)

Black Hawk Down


King Kong (like Peter Jackson's movies and their soundtracks do- this one brings tears to my eyes)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (damn that is a sexy soundtrack- from Jessica's classy musical number, to the smokey, sensual saxaphone)

A lot more, but I can't get to all of them right now- tell me what you think.


The Big Lebowski
The Lost Boys
The Faculty
From Dusk 'Til Dawn

I haven't really listened to many scores apart Vangelis' Blade Runner soundtrack, which I think is great.


I love the 'Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow' soundtrack. I'd say that one's my favorite. Here's the opening theme put over the intro to the Stargate SG-1 TV series:

I'm also a big fan of anything by Jeremy Soule:


TJ Doc

Lethal Weapon.

Michael Kamen & Eric Clapton ROCK!!!


I wanted to get the first Lethal Weapon film's soundtrack online, but the shops only sell ones from 2 & 3.

TJ Doc

Yep. I'm hoping that the original soundtrack is re-released. But I can't see it happening any time soon.  :(


Quote from: severen76 on Aug 04, 2009, 11:45:24 AM
I wanted to get the first Lethal Weapon film's soundtrack online, but the shops only sell ones from 2 & 3.

Why not try an 'alternate means' of obtaining said soundtrack, if you get my drift...


I looked everywhere but there weren't any seeders.

Today I registered on Demonoid and they have it. ;D


Rosenman's score for animated Lord of the Rings is one of my favourite scores, easily tops the Shore's version IMO. Too bad there isn't "Helms deep" track anywhere, it's incredible!


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