I wasn't really into movie soundtracks, the only one I knew is The Conquest of Paradise, I like it very much, but that was it.
3 weeks ago, a friend gave me 2 ms: Dracula and The Lord of the Rings.
I was impressed, these soundtracks are just awesome, I like specially the atmosphere it creates, I have to admit that it does it better than many metal bands.
So, what movie sountracks do you like? which ones do you recommend?
South Park movie still has one of the best soundtracks
Nice the metal version of ''What would Brian Boitano Do?'' Just excellent.
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I recommend 2 soundtracks of two really good horror films - 28 Days later and its sequel 28 Weeks later. I've rarely seen music used so brilliantly in a movie. The composer's name is John Murphy. The first movie includes also a GY!BE song, the second movement of East Hastings, which fitted perfectly in the context of the scene it was used (those who don't know should see the movie).
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Currently listening to the soundtrack to Conan the Barbarian from 1982 and it really rocks. I never really noticed before but it fits the mood and story so well. It's quite epic. I would really recommend it!
For me my fave has been X-Men: First Class ever since it first came out to this very day. I like soundtracks, but rarely the music kicks me so hard as it did with this one. What an amazing soundtrack, I get tears in my eyes every time I'm listening to Rage And Serenity, shivers down my spine when I hear Magneto, I get hyped on X-Training.... Great OST, I love it.
Written by AnGina-- on 18.10.2011 at 00:03 For me my fave has been X-Men: First Class.
Wow. I hear a lot of people talk about OSTs and usually you get the same (or similar) recommendations over and over...but this is the first I've heard anyone mention X-Men when discussing the best movie soundtracks.
but this is the first I've heard anyone mention X-Men when discussing the best movie soundtracks.
I hear ya, I only read a few reviews and they were all so-so, and I realized then that I may be one of very few who love it. Not like it, adore it, I simply love it. Can't deny the fact that I'm also a huge of fan of the First Class film and that the fact I like it so much (and that I'm overall an X-Men fangirl) could cloud my judgement, but I remember leaving the cinema after watching it was the first time I said: I need to get that soundtrack. And I did and I've played that OST just as many times now as I do some of my favourite albums. If the purpose of the film is to get me overemotional (and I did, ffs, team Magneto 4evah! ), the music had a fair share in it.
I personally love the soundtrack to the short film "Lyckantropen" by Ulver. Even though it's not metal, it's still very soothing and haunting. If I had to go with a "harder" soundtrack, I think the soundtrack to "Last Action Hero" had a killer track listing and is even better than the movie, with "Real World" being one of my favorite Queensrÿche songs period, along with songs from Megadeth, Alice in Chains, and Aerosmith among others.
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A knights tale had a cool soundtrack as far as I remember. I always loved the Disney soundtracks growing up as well.
Also are you guys talking just OST's or background scores as well.
I loved the Inception score, that's the main one that comes to mind when I think about good scores. There are quite a few movies that have some amazing background scores. It can make a movie even more enjoyable.
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