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Movies Soundtrack Anonymous 10/06/2020 (Tue) 19:36:56 Id:0b1519 No. 86
Post your favorite movies soundtracks. Any you remember fondly? Phantom of the Paradise has a very good soundtrack.
>>86 Admittedly Buster Scruggs soundtrack is relatively slim for the vocal category & can't say I remember any particular instrumental numbers. Meanwhile for Godzilla... this updated theme is perfect. It's power is as grand as Godzilla himself.
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REDLINE has a soundtrack with never-ending energy. Perfect for driving fast to. Movie is worth watching for the soundtrack alone, but the animation is among the best.
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>>86 Phantom of the Paradise is ingenious. I love how Paul Williams takes Winslow's "Faust" and makes a bubble-gum-pop version with "Upholstery". I often break out from "Upholstery" into "Faust" because of that chorus. https://www.yewtu.be/watch?v=dJcH1bj53aE Oliver! from 1968 is a great musical. "Who Will Buy?" has been stuck in my head ever since I watched it, but every number seems to fit into the film well. Not to mention the choreography is wicked good. https://www.yewtu.be/watch?v=XihLS-jA_Dg Another great musical is "The Music Man". Please, if you watch a film adaptation, watch the 1962 one with Robert Preston. The one with Matthew Broderick is a clear example of shoving a falling star into a film to hopefully sell a few tickets. My personal favourite is "Gary, Indiana", but every song is memorable.


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