The TRON: Legacy soundtrack, by Daft Punk, is amazing.
Just listening to Radio 2 in the office this morning - Is there really a better film or soundtrack out there than classic that is The Manikin and Starship's Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now?
What an absolute beauty!!!
stevenlong1985 (17th October 2011)
Apocalypse Now (1979) - Soundtracks ...tremendous!!![/QUOTE]
That's the one I was trying to think of...
My list would also include The Buena Vista Social Club and The Last Waltz
Last edited by creese; 17th October 2011 at 11:34 AM.
That's the one I was trying to think of...[/QUOTE creese]
Prob one of the best soundtracks ever, Ride of the Valkyries still gives me goosebumps!!
... The Harder They Come (1973)
Pat Garret & Bily The Kid (1973) Dylan
A Clockwork Orange
Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence
The Long Rider... more Cooder
any of the Ennio Morricone's
plunkett and maclean sound track is amazing...
I also have to add The Ruttles
Narrator: Stig, meanwhile, had hidden in the background so much that in 1969, a rumor went around that he was dead. He was supposed to have been killed in a flash fire at a waterbed shop and replaced by a plastic and wax replica from Madame Tusseaud's. Several so-called "facts" helped the emergence of this rumor. One: he never said anything publicly. Even as the "quiet one," he'd not said a word since 1966. Two: on the cover of their latest album, "Shabby Road," he is wearing no trousers, an Italian way of indicating death. Three: Nasty supposedly sings "I buried Stig" on "I Am The Waitress." In fact, he sings, "E burres stigano," which is very bad Spanish for "Have you a water buffalo?" Four: On the cover of the "Sergeant Rutter" album, Stig is leaning in the exact position of a dying Yeti, from the Rutland Book of the Dead. Five: If you sing the title of "Sergeant Rutter's Only Darts Club Band" backwards, it's supposed to sound very like "Stig has been dead for ages, honestly." In fact, it sounds uncannily like "Dnab Bulc Ylno S'rettur Tnaegres." Palpable nonsense.
and the Spinal Taps.
Last edited by creese; 17th October 2011 at 11:54 AM.
Ride of the Valkyrie is one of Wagner's greatest hits! He wrote loads of other stirring music - try some!
As for Rambo - book was much better than the film and if they had stuck to the plot there wouldnt be any of those sequels as he dies at the end
As far as books are concerned I cant think of one that the film is actually better ... not off the top of my head anyway,
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