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    Favorite/Best Movie Scores

    What are your favourite movie soundtracks?

    Some of mine:

    Conan the Barbarian - Basil Poledouris
    Once Upon a Time in the West - Ennio Morricone
    Gladiator - Hans Zimmer
    First Blood - Jerry Goldsmith
    13th Warrior - Jerry Goldsmith
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    Post Re: Favourite Movie Soundtrack

    The Rocky Horror picture show
    Sid and Nancy
    The lost boys
    Forrest gump
    Pretty In Pink
    Shrek1 & 2
    The Crow
    Interview with A Vampire
    And several others

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    Michael Kamen - Band of Brothers (although I do not really "like" the series, the soundtrack is a master piece)
    James Horner - Braveheart
    Young / Miller / Licht - Hellraiser I - IV
    Howard Shore - The Lord of the Rings

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    Forrest Gump
    Fight Club
    American Psycho
    Resident Evil
    Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse


    So far. I'm sure there's others. I just don't buy soundtracks often...
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    Post Re: Favourite Movie Soundtrack

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyklop
    What are your favourite movie soundtracks?

    Some of mine:

    Conan the Barbarian - Basil Poledouris
    Once Upon a Time in the West - Ennio Morricone
    Gladiator - Hans Zimmer
    First Blood - Jerry Goldsmith
    13th Warrior - Jerry Goldsmith
    Very strange to say, but we share EXACTLY the same tastes judging by the first titles.

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    Flashdance: What a feeling
    Twin Peaks: Julee Cruise - Falling
    Titanic: Celine Dion - My heart will go on
    Das Boot: Klaus Doldinger - Das Boot
    Top Gun: Kenny Loggins - Danger Zone

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    Favorite/Best Movie Scores

    I love a good movie score..For me I like themes that evoke a sense of heroism and pride.. Here's some of my favorites.. Please add.. To be honest with you, most of these tracks brought me to tears.. lol

    The Fighting 17th - Hans Zimmer Edit: (Actually meant to favorite this one, love it)
    Armageddon - Hans Zimmer
    BMBBO - Trevor Rabin (Images of Prague come to mind, really great!)
    Titans - Vangelis (When Alexander marches into Babylon..great one)
    Attack - Hans Zimmer
    Woad to ruin - Hans Zimmer
    You must kill him - Klaus Badelt
    The Battle - Hans Zimmer
    The Drums of Gaugamela - Vangelis
    The Sword Maker - Jerry Goldsmith
    Burning the past - Harry Gregson-Williams (Gives me MAJOR goosebumps)
    Riders of Rohan - Howard Shore
    Young Alexander - Vangelis
    The Kiss - Trevor Jones
    Morrison's Jig/Liberty - Various
    Last edited by Veritas Æquitas; Tuesday, November 18th, 2008 at 05:24 AM. Reason: Tracks added

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    Excellent topic. I think my top three would probably be:

    The Fountain, by Clint Mansell and Mogwai



    Akira, by Geinō Yamashirogumi (芸能山城組)



    and The Last of the Mohicans, by Trevor Jones and Randy Edelman

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    Conan The Barbarian- Basil Poledouris





    Other than that anything on the Lord of the Rings OSTs and also the much used, but seemingly unknown Requiem For A Tower tracks by Corner Stone Cues. They always give me a triumphant feeling

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    I think that the Last of the Mohicans soundtrack is the best, LOTR comes in second and Kill Bill third.

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