Thread: Favourite movie sound track?

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    Mine is from Return of the living dead and Freddy got fingered.
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    varsity blues
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    Oh yeah, Detroit rock city has a good sound track.
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    Quote by kylewhite
    Oh yeah, Detroit rock city has a good sound track.
    i forgot that.
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    Dirty Dancing.

    Fo sho.
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    I remember the Forrest Gump soundtrack was good when it came out. It was a double cd case, and it had a lot of good oldies on there.
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    The Empire Strikes Back. Imperial March, Battle of Hoth, Asteroid Chase...need I say more?
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    "The Natural" by James Horner
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    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1 and 2
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    Pretty in pink.
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    Quote by kylewhite
    Oh yeah, Detroit rock city has a good sound track.


    That's my fave right there!!
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    Return of the living dead has the best though...
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    The Singles Soundtrack. The movie came out in 1992 & it really was a great representation of the music of that area.

    1. "Would?" - Alice in Chains
    2. "Breath" - Pearl Jam
    3. "Seasons" - Chris Cornell
    4. "Dyslexic Heart" - Paul Westerberg
    5. "The Battle of Evermore" - The Lovemongers
    6. "Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns" - Mother Love Bone
    7. "Birth Ritual" - Soundgarden
    8. "State of Love and Trust" - Pearl Jam
    9. "Overblown" - Mudhoney
    10. "Waiting For Somebody" - Paul Westerberg
    11. "May This Be Love" - Jimi Hendrix
    12. "Nearly Lost You" - Screaming Trees
    13. "Drown" - The Smashing Pumpkins
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    Sweeney Todd
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    Quote by Roadd58372
    Sweeney Todd

    No.
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    Donnie Darko
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    Goodfellas.
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    Quote by retromaniac
    The Empire Strikes Back. Imperial March, Battle of Hoth, Asteroid Chase...need I say more?


    Not to mention the Han and Leia Love theme, and the dagobah and Cloud City themes.
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    Maximum Overdrive
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    not sure which is my favorite but i gotta agree w/ slip on the singles soundtrack, incredible selection of music.

    i also like crouching tiger hidden dragon, last samurai, hero, 300, sliver, the craft, hideaway, demon knight, spawn and hackers.

    i know there are others but i can't think of any of them right now.
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