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I personally think its Trainspotting.
or liquid sky
"Blister in the Sun" (Violent Femmes) – 2:08
"Rudie Can't Fail" (The Clash) – 3:31
"Mirror In The Bathroom" (English Beat) – 3:09
"Under Pressure" (David Bowie and Queen) – 4:03
"I Can See Clearly Now" (Johnny Nash) – 2:46
"Live and Let Die" (Guns N' Roses) – 3:02
"We Care a Lot" (Faith No More) – 4:03
"Pressure Drop" (The Specials) – 4:18
"Absolute Beginners" (The Jam) – 2:50
"Armagideon Time" (The Clash) – 3:53
"El Matador" (Los Fabulosos Cadillacs) – 4:34
"Let My Love Open the Door (E. Cola Mix)" (Pete Townshend) – 4:58
"Blister 2000" (Violent Femmes) – 2:58
"A Message to You, Rudy" (The Specials) – 2:53
"Cities in Dust" (Siouxsie and the Banshees) – 3:49
"The Killing Moon" (Echo & the Bunnymen) – 5:44
"Monkey Gone to Heaven" (Pixies) – 2:56
"Lorca's Novena" (The Pogues) – 4:35
"Go!" (Tones on Tail) – 2:32
"Let it Whip" (Dazz Band) – 4:24
"The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight" (Dominatrix) – 3:40
"War Cry" (Joe Strummer) – 5:58
"White Lines (Don't Don't Do It)" (Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel) – 7:24
"Take On Me" (A-ha) – 3:46
"You're Wondering Now" (The Specials) – 2:37
Also Dr Zhivargo
Has a fucking brilliant soundtrack.
Some of the best songs Paul Westerberg has done since the last Replacements album.
That film was a total family affair too, with Carmine Coppola scoring it along with Francis, while Eleanor filmed the making of.
Aside from that, I think that Morricone's score for Once Upon A Time In The West just edges out his work on The Good, The Bad & The Ugly....
Collection of songs:
Until the End of the World
Under the Skin
There Will Be Blood
pick a random Morricone
Interstellar has a great soundtrack. I think anything Hans Zimmer does is pretty incredible!
can this be real?
The Fountain and Moon are especially good.
He's also touring his soundtracks in March. Dates in Birmingham, London, Gateshead and Glasgow.
Go see. He's ace.
Missed him earlier this year...
perfect film too.
mostly because it was one of the first times I've ever sent a significant amount of time trying to figure out who wrote the score.
Quite liked the Inherent Vice soundtrack too.
...which is highly entertaining incidentally, David Fincher mentions how he initially wanted to get The Radioheads to do the score for the film.
and The Social Network
Mellow Hawaiian vibes, bought some records off the back of it.
Also The Harder They Come obviously. Probs my most spun bit of vinyl.
Also The Proposition
and velvet goldmine
also agree with the op...
It'll never be topped in the movie soundtrack stakes.
Jed Kurtzel"Snowtown Murders". That score was haunting as fuck. (Reallylooking forward to his score for Macbeth with Fassbender)
John Carpenter/Ennio Morricone "The Thing"
Ennio Morricone any film
Trevor Jones "Last of the Mohicans"
purple fucking rain !!
...biggest gap in quality between film and soundtrack, then Purple Rain would certainly be a clear winner.
See also, Judgement Night.
Wes' soundtracks are normally pretty stellar, but this one is basically perfect.
Smog - Vessel In Vain
Calexico - Untitled II
Calexico - Untitled III
Adem - Statued
Calexico - Ritual Road Map
Laurent Garnier - Forgotten Thoughts
The Earlies - Morning Wonder
Richard Hawley - Steel 2
Clayhill - Afterlight
Calexico - Crooked Road And The Briar
Lucky Dragons - Heartbreaker
Gravenhurst - The Diver
Cul De Sac - I Remember Nothing More
P.G. Six - The Fallen Leaves That Jewel The Ground
ABBC - Pluie Sans Nuages
Aphex Twin - Nanou 2
M. Ward - Dead Man
DM & Jemini - The Only One
is pretty much the ultimate soundtrack, and the film is pretty much the ultimate music video.
Score-wise, I really dig:
Berberian Sound Studio - Broadcast
Tron Legacy - Daft Punk
Under the Skin - Mica Levi
Dead Man - Neil Young
Get Carter - Roy Budd
Blade Runner - Vangelis
Beyond the Black Rainbow - Sinoia Caves
Donnie Darko - Michael Andrews
amongst many others.
Also, Joe Hisaishi is a god; his work for Studio Ghibli is peerless.
is the best NIN song.