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post #181 of 195
Gladiator - for a fantastic reference soundtrack CD.
post #182 of 195
Nusic made for the movie :
Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks-Fire Walk with Me
Once upon a time in America
Once upon a time in the West
post #183 of 195
Soundtrack compilation:
Pulp Fiction
Kill Bill 1 and 2
the Beach
Natural Born Killers
Trainspotting 1 and 2
post #184 of 195
Desperado.
post #185 of 195
"I am Sam" . All excellent Beatles covers
post #186 of 195
Electra Glide In Blue.
post #187 of 195
I love Hans Zimmer and my absolute fav form him is the Lion King Score. The ones on the Disney album got cut badly and the full score is something else altogether...
post #188 of 195
Surprised nobody mentioned "Peter Gabriel - Passion: The last temptation of Christ"

The first and arguably most important electronic world music album. Brilliant ambient sound from Gabriel mixed with powerful vocalists from Africa and Middle East: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Youssou N'Dour and Baaba Mal.
post #189 of 195
As of late... Across the Universe, It was a journey and with our political "leaders" in 2007 it saddens me that I missed the revolution.

::sorry:: john

foreverolution beatles fan.
post #190 of 195
air: the virgin suicides
arild andersen group: electra
klaus badelt/hans zimmer: the pledge
anne dudley: american history x
the dust brothers: fight club
danny elfman: edward scissorhands
peter gabriel: passion
lisa gerrard/hans zimmer: gladiator
philip glass: kundun
elliot goldenthal: alien³
jerry goldsmith: alien
bernard herrmann: taxi driver
james horner: brainstorm
wojciech kilar: la neuvième porte
clint mansell: the fountain
ennio morricone: once upon a time in america
john powell: face/off
howard shore: the cell
michael stearns: baraka
vangelis: blade runner/antarctica
hans zimmer: regarding henry
hans zimmer: broken arrow
hans zimmer: the thin red line
2001
cliff martinez: solaris
sexy beast
howard shore: seven
hans zimmer: black rain

post #191 of 195

Some of my favorites:

 

John Williams:  Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones (any of them),

James Horner:  Willow, The Land Before Time

John Barry: Raise the Titanic, Out of Africa, The Scarlet Letter

Joe Hisaishi: Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke (both of them)

Alan Menken: Beauty and the Beast, Hunchback of Notre Dame

post #192 of 195

There is a compilation disk that I found a few weeks ago that is a bunch of "sci-fi" soundtrack pieces put out by TelArc.  It is called TIME WARP and has some amazing pieces.  Some of them are ones that will BLOW YOUR SOCKS OFF!  The first piece, "Ascent / 2001" was made fr TelArc to show off what digital recordings could really do to a system.

 

It cracks me up that it actually has a warning on the front of the CD.  I have found it on iTunes as well for those of you who do iTunes stuff.

 

Sproles

 

post #193 of 195

 

Morricone, Ennio - The Legend of 1900

 

Williams, John - Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace

 

Shore, Howard - Lord of The Rings The Complete Recordings*

 

 

 

post #194 of 195

Gotta be Hans Zimmer. T Dark Knight, MW2, Batman Begins, MI2, T Rock etc. There's also Steve Jablonsky in Transformers 1, 2, T Island, GoW2, and goes w/o saying Howard Shore in the LotR.

post #195 of 195

Hans Zimmer: Inception/The Dark Knight.

 

Robbie Robertson: Shutter Island (not an original soundtrack though but a collection of modern classical music)

 

Carter Burwell: In Bruges

 

Michael Giacchino: Lost (Tv series) as a whole (no specific season). 

 

Leopold Stokowski (orchestral conductor): Fantasia

 

2001, A Space Odyssey (various artists). 

 

Bernard Herrmann: Vertigo


Edited by Zert - 12/30/10 at 11:50am
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