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  • Your favourite soundtracks?

    These soundtracks can be from movies, tv-series, anime, cartoons, games and so on.
    My TopTen soundtracks are:

    1. Brad Fiedel - The Terminator / Terminator 2 - Judgement Day
    2. Ennio Morricone - Per un pugno di dollari / Per qualche dollaro in più / Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo
    3. Basil Poledouris - RoboCop
    4. Christopher Franke - Babylon 5
    5. Danny Elfman - Batman / Batman Returns
    6. John Williams - Star Wars
    7. Takayuki Miyauchi & Gor?? Ōmi - Ginga Nagareboshi Gin
    8. Howard Shore - The Lord Of The Rings
    9. Maurice Jarre - James Clavell's Shogun
    10. Ramin Djawadi - Game of Thrones
    Last edited by Jyrki; 02-24-2015, 08:10 PM.

  • #2
    Preparati la Bara
    Dead Man
    The Good The Bad & The Ugly
    For a Few Dollars More
    Pulp Fiction

    Heroic human battering ram, catapult, and space warp device.


    • #3
      The DREDD soundtrack is awesome.
      "We must always value life. Even the life of one who opposes us." ― He-Man


      • GREP-A-TOR
        GREP-A-TOR commented
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        Totally underrated soundtrack and movie.

    • #4
      Too many to list, but if I need to pick up one right now, I'd go with The Dark Crystal by Trevor Jones.


      • GREP-A-TOR
        GREP-A-TOR commented
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        agreed. I went to a wedding like 5 years ago and the bride/groom first song was from this soundtrack.

    • #5
      Challenge accepted. I encourage anyone to take a listen to at least a few of these, you might be surprised.

      #5. The Crow:
      $4. Sliver (I can't count the number of times I utilized this CD during sex back in the day):
      #3. The Guest. (as of last month this is one is retroactively a top 10 for the rest of my life):
      #2. The American Astronaut ( I make everyone watch this for my birthday every year). Just a taste... and the album

      #1 Conan the Barbarian. I introduced this Football initiations (hazing) in High School. It never left the weight room. A girl lost her virginity to this. This is my theme music that I hear in my head. There is none better.

      Honorable mention
      Natural Born Killers:
      The Lost Highway:
      The Devil's Rejects:
      Judgement Night 1993;
      “Anything is a dildo, if you're brave enough"
      Thomas Jefferson

      Always looking to trade MOTUC to complete my collection.


      • Battle Ram Man
        Battle Ram Man commented
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        The Crow soundtrack is amazing

    • #6
      Conan was actually the second choice on my list. I was listening to it just last night... :-)


      • #7
        I definitely would say Scores are my top but as for one to pick right now... OH boy I may get real 'heat' for this...

        Kiss: Music of the Elder.

        PLEASE hear me out the reason why is I can relate a few of the songs to MOTU and here are the ones that really make my case (give them a hear or even read the lyrics and you can see why):
        The Oath, Just a Boy, Under The Rose, A World Without Heroes & Odyssey; I'd say these songs can give you that MOTU fantasy, epic vibe...


        • #8
          so many ..
          pulp fiction
          conan thebarbarian
          terminator 2
          but my favorite is definitely masters of the universe . I've listen the Bill conti motu soundtrack so many times. I still listening once a week in my iphone. When I hit the gym it help to push more ower:


          • #9
            Now I should be taken to the dungeon for forgetting this one, BUT one soundtrack which I think truly encapsulated the movie it was made for (and yes that each song and track was written specifically for the movie and not just a mixed CD of current trendy songs added to a movie as most are these days [with the exception of The Crow BOTH soundtrack and score]) is:

            The Transformers: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1986)


            • GREP-A-TOR
              GREP-A-TOR commented
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              I find it incredible, due to guitar solo ridiculousness, that this soundtrack has stood the tests of time and is still relevant. I wish I could still find the remix/mash-ups I downloaded from Napster back in the day.

            • Captain Wow
              Captain Wow commented
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              Definitely one of the best ever. I've listened to this soundtrack countless times and I think it's pretty safe to say that I'll never get sick of it. Pure '80s and pure awesome.

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