Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Evil Dynovac, Jan 15, 2002.
It's all about Teenage Head with De La Soul.
Oh oh oh I forgot Mortal Combat 1 and 2.
I can't believe I forgot it
American Beauty Original Score (Thomas Newman)
Spawn (Sneaker Pimps, Roni Size, Orbital...)
the Jackal (Ltj Bukem, Ani DiFranco...)
Life Less Ordinary (Prodigy, Underworld, Luscious Jackson...)
Charlie Brown Christmas
Higher Learning (Tori Amos, Ice Cube, Outkast...)
And I agree, Human Traffic is a good double disc. And goddamn expensive!
That William Orbit song with the helicopter propellers sample is awesome.
Especially climax of the movie....when Mickey drops that yob in the last fight and the other pikers pull a fast one on Bricktop.
I don't know the song or who made it but it rawks!!!
Anyone help me here?
the power of one
the soundtrack compliments one of the best movies evar!
- that rainmaker guy
"Traveliiiiiiiiiiiiin at the speeeeeeeeed of thought!"
exactly....and it's all about the girls with the Daisy Dukes on
I can't stop listening to Dusty Springfield -Spooky - thanks to Lock, Stock, and 2 smokin barrels.
a couple faves
requiem for a dream
run lola run
sid and nancy
kuch kuch hota hai
fuk! how could i forget? my boyos from Biohazard got a tune on that!
my favourite soundtracks are:
I think you mean Teenage Fanclub.
Run Lola Run
Interview With The Vampire
Nightmare Before Christmas
Human Traffic (although disk 2 is fudged and i can't play it anymore)
how could i forget trainspotting?
add the saint as well
other excellent reading-time soundtracks are _Twin Peaks_ (original TV show soundtrack; i'm not so crazy about Fire Walk With Me), _Orlando_, and (sorry if someone's mentioned it already) _The Mission_.
Every Tarantino flick.
but reverse order
Heat - ost
2001:A Space Odessey - ost
The Crying Game - ost
Streets of Philadelphia - ost
Sex ,Lies , and Videotape - ost
Shakespear in Love
Best Soundtrack (gets a Jimmy from the Highsteppa awards):
South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut - Takes Disneyesque showtunes and perverts them into abominations that are unrivaled. Forever warped musicals and I will never look at a Disney song number ever the same again. Unkle Fucker rules.
Runners Up/Honorable Mentions
Dark Days - DJ Shadow in the mix
Trainspotting - title track by Primal Scream, Underworld, Bedrock, Iggy Pop and so many others
Heat U2 as the Passengers, Moby, Kronos Quartet.
The Insider - Massive Attack, numbing basslines and some Hindi chanting provide some of the most riviting music to ever accompany a thriller. Michael Mann (director of Ali, Last of the Mohicans, The Insider, Heat) knows how to put music to his films.
Last of the Mohicans - Best use of Enya in a film, such a strong powerful score that combines folk with orchestra.
Ghost In The Shell - one of the most hauting soundtracks I have ever heard, esp. the opening track while the creation of Major Kusanagi occurs
Reservoir Dogs - Where "Stuck in the Middle with You" by Stealer's Wheel gained it's notoriety, and launching Michael Madsen into one of the more memorable moments in recent film history
Goodfellas - Mafioso soundtrack that spans from the 50's Lounge acts to the Rolling Stones.
Fight Club - Suitably demented music from the Dust Brothers.
Star Wars/Indiana Jones/Jaws - From John Williams' Wagnerian take on intergalactic battle and an unforgetable opening title song to the unforgetable music that accompanies the shark fin. He is a master of the film score.
Pulp Fiction/Jackie Brown - Like Michael Mann, Quentin Tarantino has an undeniable knack for being able to score incredibly suitable music to film scenes, only Quentin's choices are a little more obscure, and a lot more demented.
Moulin Rouge - Pop and showtune come together to provide some very interesting results. Watch the movie with the volume cranked, the way it was meant to be seen. Also, Ewan MacGregor and Nicole Kidman have excellent voices and a medley sequence that spans a dozen or so pop songs about love.
Blade Runner - Visonary music for a visionary film. Add Ridley Scott to the list of directors who know how to make music suit film and vice versa.
Gladiator - Again, some of the more powerful sequences come with the quieter moments, like when Russell Crowe is walking through the wheat feilds with his hand brushing the tops
Sexy Beast - UNKLE does the honours and manages to provide a very interesting and electric feel to add edge to an already scary Ben Kingsley.
Highlander - Cause Freddy Mercury and Queen fucking rock.
Blade - The heavy hip hop element is suitable, but the New Order Pump Panel Construction remix of Confusion (used at the very beginning during the bloodbath rave) is unforgetable. Also, with DJ Krush, Photek, Junkie XL and Source Direct (DJ Krush, Photek and Source Direct are MIA from the actual CD soundtrack).
Go - Steal My Sunshine, BT's Believer, Lionrock and others (except for that fucking No Doubt track which sucks).
Deep Cover - Dr. Dre and Snoop Dog before they blew up, and showing a hint of what they had up their sleeve.
Saturday Night Fever - Disco in it's prime.
From the Ministry of so many others.....
Prime Minister Highsteppa
sorry can't help ya but damn the music makes the movie even better
Braveheart (1 & 2) and Crouching Tiger
Dazed and Confused
Dumb and Dumber
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