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Just scored a 2 cd set "Donnie Darko" soundtrack- the British version. This one pretty much includes every tune from the movie, unlike the sad US version which leaves out a lotta great music.

What are your favorite movie & tv soundtracks?

Here's my film soundtracks-

Donnie Darko the UK version

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrells

Singles

The Slaughter Rules

MGM Soul Cinema featuring music from "Blacula", "Shaft", "Superfly" etc.

Psycho Beach Party cool surf instrumentals

Feeling Minnesota

The Beatles soundtracks- Help, A Hard Day's Night and Yellow Submarine

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls- dumb movie, cool soundtrack

Y Tu Mama Tambien

Morven Callar

Pieces of April

Bombay The Hard Way- music from Bollywood films

Me Myself & Irene- excellent Steely Dan covers

The Sweet Hereafter- actress Sarah Polley is also a great singer

O Brother Where Art Thou

Cold Mountain

Hair- the 1979 film version

The Last Waltz- should it count as a soundtrack or a live album or both...hmmmm.

Have to track down my fave tv soundtracks.
 
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Before I start I just want to say that I am a huge fan of musicals so that might explain my love for cartoon soundtracks. There just something so happily ever afterish about them. They make me happy...when skies are grey...okay...here's mine.

Movie Soundtracks

My Fair Lady

Rocky Horror Picture Show Wink

10 Things I Hate About You (AWESOME!)

Purple Rain

Grease

The Chipmunk Adventure Big Grin

Anastasia

Charlies Angels

The Muppet Movie

Beaches

Just about all and any Disney movies soundtrack ever made.

TV Soundtracks

Xena--Bitter Suite

Xena--Original TV Soundtrack (I love them all but these two are my favorites)

Buffy Vampire Slayer--The Album

Buffy Vampire Slayer--Once More with Feeling (amazing)

The Muppet Show--Music Mayhem and More

Ally McBeal--Heart and Soul

I'm sure there's more...If I think of any I'll post them.


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Hey xc, how about The Magical Mystery Tour?

I like the Singles soundtrack, as well.

My all time favourite is Thelma and Louise, especially when I'm on a driving holiday.

Mulholland Drive

Romeo and Juliet

Pulp Fiction

Twin Peaks

girlfight

Dark Angel is often on heavy rotation in my car. Smile


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Woops- i forgot about Magical Mystery Tour!

TV soundtracks-

Xena- all volumes, 'natch

There's a Dark Shadows soundtrack that mixes music from the tv series with the films plus some DS-related novelty tunes. Gotta love it.

I like The Ventures soundtracks to Hawaii 5-0, Batman and other classic tv shows. Usually a compilation of such music is good enough.

Good anime tv series soundtracks- Tenchi Muyo, Orange Road and Revolutionary Girl Utena

I also forgot Rock'n'Roll High School. Guess i best recheck my soundtrack section for more i forgot.
 
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Got the Broken Flowers soundtrack recently. Haven't seen the movie- Bill Murray's in it, dunno who else- but the soundtrack rules. The cd features The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Marvin Gaye, Sleep, The Greenhornes (who i saw right now a week ago opening for the White Stripes) and a few songs sung by Holly Golightly (who guest vocaled on the White Stripes' "It's True That We Love One Another"). Ms Golightly's tunes are the highlights of the cd though everyone who contributes does contribute great music.
 
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Motion Picture/ TV Soundtracks:



Garden State

The Piano

Singles

The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert (cause I love the nightlife, I love to boggie...Wink)

Practical Magic

Moulin Rouge

Xena

Buffy -Once More With Feeling

Pulp Fiction

Brokedown Palace

L Word Season 1

Pretty In Pink

Grease (also like the Broadway recording of this one)




Original Cast Recordings:

Rent

BKLYN The Musical

Chicago (also like the motion picture sundtrack of this one)

Wicked
 
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my favourites are probably buffy - the first soundtrack, and the
yugioh tv soundtrack.

i used to play grease and the lion king A LOT, but i had them on tape so...

i also play "radio sunnydale" and mulan rouge on occasion.

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Hedwig & the Angry Inch

American Beauty
(soundtrack & score)

Dead Presidents

The Big Chill

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

A Chorus Line

My Fair Lady

South Pacific

Twin Peaks

The Bitter Suite

Lyre, Lyre...


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i forgot to mention labyrinth and once more with feeling, which salem burned for me...also that really nice compilation of instrumentals he made...

ohhh salem's gonna be pissed.


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Great new soundtrack- Elizabethtown features a new & old song from Tom Petty as well as tunes from My Morning Jacket, Ryan Adams, Patty Griffin, Helen Stellar, Lindsay Buckingham, The Hollies, Elton John ("My Father's Gun- jeepers, hadn't heard this song in ages) and lots more. Hope the movie is deservant of this great music.
 
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A really, really great soundtrack i picked up recently is the Open Season cd. Most of the tracks are from ex-Replacements guitarist Paul Westerberg. His songs are all new, plus there's a Talking Heads classic ("Wild Wild Life"), two songs from Deathray (new wavish stuff) and one from Pete Yorn. Excellent cd, i've found it pretty cheap for a soundtrack, Westerberg shines here, and it makes me wanna see the flick.
 
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Xena xena : all of them
Rocky
Coyote Ugly
Dare Devil
Grease
Moulin Rouge
The L-Word
Pretty in Pink
Evita
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"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" is a pretty good soundtrack. It's got Dexy's Midnight Runners, the Smiths, Galaxy 500, Cracker, Sonic Youth, Bowie, New Order and others. A lot of music from the film didn't make the soundtrack like Bongwater. But still a great collection.
 
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The Matrix Revolutions, and The Matrix Reloaded.
 
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