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My Favorite Soundtracks

Listed here are some of my favorite soundtracks. And just to note, I really don't give a crap what I left off, or what's better or worse...
1 Enter the Void

Gaspar Noe's latest film showcases some of the best psychedelic artistry since whenever. The soundtrack accompanies the movie well, what with the opening title sequence showcasing LFO and ambient sound clips provided by Daft Punk's own Thomas Bangalter. Other highlights include Throbbing Gristle playing during a drug scene and Coil being played during the freekin' amazing DMT trip during the start of the movie...
2 Trainspotting

You can't go wrong with both volumes to this amazing film. These soundtracks pretty much got me started on electronic and Brit-pop music...
3 24 Hour Party People

My gosh, I absolutely love this movie and soundtrack. Over the past few years I've become obsessed with Manchester music and this film is soley dedicated to it. Joy Division, The Happy Mondays, 808 State, A Guy Called Gerald, A Certain Ratio, The Durrutti Column, ect...
4 There Will Be Blood

Johnny Greenwood is an amazing composer. This soundtrack showcases his overwhelming musical talent. Also check out his soundtrack to the film, "Bodysong"...
5 The Harder They Come

Just really good, soulful Reggae and rock all mixed up together...
6 Go

I loved the 90's and this soundtrack reminds me of the best music of that time...
7 28 Days Later

Too bad the GSYBE! song wasn't included, but I can understand their stance on that. Besides that, the rest of the soundtrack is very good with strong instrumental interludes that build upon frightening situations and then the good comedown tracks like In Paradisium by Faure and a Brian Eno number...
8 Donny Darko

I took both versions of the film and constructed my own soundtrack to it. A great collection of 80's music and that Tears For Fears cover that sort of gets under my skin (in a bad way)...
9 Liquid Sky

Ok, this soundtrack sucks big time, but it's a very nostalgic collection of 80's drugged out synth pop and aliens that need some sort of sex/heroin/coke stimulation in order to power their spacecraft...
10 American Hardcore

This documentary had an awesome, straight forward soundtrack showcasing the best of 80's punk/hardcore music...
11 Half Nelson

I'm a big Broken Social Scene fan, so watching this film made me sentimental and a bit sad. A powerful film with a great accompanying soundtrack...
12 Cowboy Beebop

I haven't heard any other Anime out there top the music to this wonderful series. Ever...
13 Rivers Edge

One of Keanu Reeves first independent films, Rivers Edge had an awesome speed metal/thrash soundtrack and was released by Metal Blade Records. Pretty unknown I think...
14 Nowhere

Named after the best album by Ride, nowhere was a shoegazetastic soundtrack by the Underated Greg Araki...
15 The Doom Generation

Another Greg Araki film, this time with a more metal/indutrial/dance soundtrack...
16 Mysterious Skin

The third and last Greg Araki soundtrack, this one has a dramatically lower tempo and more ambient approach. The music was handled by composer Harold Budd and Robin Guthrie of Concteau Twins fame...
17 Rushmore

Wes Anderson picked the perfect tunes to move along with this fine tuned pop of a film...
18 The Royal Tenenbaums

Using music from The Beatles, Nico, Elliot Smith, Van Morrison, and A Charlie Brown Christmas was a wise move on Wes Anderson's part...
19 Woodstock

I grew up watching this film. If the spirit of music can really change people, then it happened this one time only...
20 A Charlie Brown Christmas

Vince Guaraldi was a great jazz composer and made some of the most nostalgic music ever to accompany a little series based on the work of Charles Shultz. "Linus and Lucy" and "Skating" are my personal favorites...
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