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post #46 of 133
Blow OST
Black Dynamite OST (awsome movie too, enjoyed it yesterday!)
post #47 of 133
Lost in Translation
Before Night Falls
post #48 of 133
Planet Of The Apes,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,This is the greatest soundtrack I may have ever heard.
post #49 of 133
Excellent picks I recognize here and some I must check for sure.
Ghostdog
Final Fantasy X (PS2)
Devil's Advocate
Zeitgeist the Movie
Conan the Barbarian
post #50 of 133
Anyone listen to trailer music?
post #51 of 133
another vote for lux aeterna by Clint Mansell.

Amazing example of how a movie's suspense and emphasis could be synchronized with the beautiful piece of music.

It's a bit overplayed everywhere else though.
post #52 of 133
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Originally Posted by DeusEx View Post
Anyone listen to trailer music?
I've tried listening to Two Steps From Hell a couple of times, but every time I do it reminds me of some crappy blockbuster.
post #53 of 133


Not exactly a soundtrack since a number of the pieces were not used in the movie but all were composed at the invitation of the director, Tim Robbins. Absolutely stunning CD that I still enjoy after more than ten years.
post #54 of 133
Clockwork Orange
Repo Man
post #55 of 133
So many excellent ones have been mentioned but not one particularly atmospheric composer, Angelo Badalamenti.

Mulholland Drive,
Lost Highway, (the parts that are original)
Twin Peaks and the movie FWWM,
Blue Velvet ...just amazing stuff.

The 10-hour collection of LOTR soundtracks by Howard Shore is a masterpiece; Don Davis with his Matrix trilogy score has also a place in my heart.
post #56 of 133
Natural Born Killers, my fav by a large margin because it intro'd me to both Leonard Cohen and Cowboy Junkies. Sorcerer by Tangerine dream, and Blade Runner by Vangelis are both excelent.
post #57 of 133
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Originally Posted by RedSky0 View Post
I've tried listening to Two Steps From Hell a couple of times, but every time I do it reminds me of some crappy blockbuster.
IMO decent, not noteworthy. I prefer AudioMachine, Future World Music, X-Ray Dog, Immediate Music studios.

YouTube - Guardians At The Gate - audiomachine: Platinum Series III:Eterna (New "Avatar" Trailer)
YouTube - Aqua Vitae - Future World Music
YouTube - Duel of the Fates - X-ray dog - Dethroned
YouTube - Immediate Music - Grand Inquisition
post #58 of 133
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Originally Posted by RedSky0 View Post
^^ Anime soundtracks need to get more appreciation.

I particularly like:

Ghost in the Shell OST 2/3/Solid State Society (just an excellent mix of different styles)
Cowboy Bebop OST 1 (very accessible modern jazz with elements of blues, fusion)
Grave of the Fireflies OST (dark brooding classical sections intertwined with a child-like sense of wonder)
Jin Roh OST (mix of minimalism and sweeping orchestral work)
Hmm, I have a lot of anime soundtracks but not for Grave of the Fireflies or Jin-Roh. I'll have to check those out sometime.

Have you heard OST 4- for Ghost in the Shell? It's a pretty cool mix of different pieces into one continuous track.
post #59 of 133
The Soundtrack to the Adventures of Pete & Pete by Polaris == Great album, It makes me sad to think that other musicians can sell albums when Polaris is doing better work on the soundtrack to a 90's Nickelodeon show.
post #60 of 133
Perhaps those other artists wouldn't stand a chance if the soundtrack was endorsed by the strongest man... in the world!
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