Movie soundtracks that are better than the movie

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  1. Just one song will tell us what's goin' on. :bigthumb:

    I just finished "Loudmouth" by Fly on Music from & Inspired by the Motion Picture, Varsity Blues.

    Now after a few skipped songs, I have "Horror show" by Third Eye Blind on. :mamoru:
     
  2. Oh joy!!! It's got AC/DC's song "Thunderstruck" on it by one of my favorite new groups, Sprung Monkey. And it really kicks ass!!!!!!!!!! :wiggle:
     
  3. "My hero" by the Foo Fighters is on the Varsity Blues soundtrack, and IMO this video rages.

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  4. gthesob

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    The Omen, not that the Omen was a bad movie at all but the soundtrack fucking pwned

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    just skip to 0:35
     
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    little miss sunshine

    kill bill
     
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    The 13th Warrior, although I also enjoyed the movie.
    Soundtrack is full of bad ass!
     
  8. Zero

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    lost highway's soundtrack is far better than the movie, especially
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    the ninth gate has a gorgeous score that far surpasses the film
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    there's more. there's always more.
     
  9. Zero

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    oh and of course...

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    anyone?
     
  10. It's "We gotta get you a woman" by Todd Rundgren on the 1994 Robocop soundtrack, A Future to this Life, the Series Soundtrack.

    Robocop was one of my favorite movies, when it first came out, but music lasts better over time.

    After that song on the CD is "I only have eyes for you" by the Flamingos.
     
  11. omg "In a gadda da vida" by Iron Butterfly is on it. :big grin:
     
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    Second that one...I don't understand what they hype with that movie was about.
     
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    Judgment Night (soundtrack):

    Helemt and House of Pain, Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul, Living Colour and Run DMC, Onyx and Biohazard, Slayer and Ice T, Faith No More and Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E., Sonic Youth and Cypress Hill, Mudhoney and Sir Mix Alot, Dinosaur Jr and Del tha Funkee Homosapien, Pearl Jam and Cypress Hill and Thearpy? and Fatal.
     
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    Man on Fire. Movie wasn't bad but I fucking loved the NIN soundtrack. Some Nine Inch Nails tracks make such good movie scores I've heard NIN instrumentals used in at least half a dozen movies.

    Oh yeah, and of course Labyrinth since someone mentioned David Bowie in this thread. There's nothing in this world like watching Bowie jumping around singing with a bunch of weird-looking muppets.
     
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    You can't mention Lost Highway soundtrack and not mention 'Natural Born Killers' soundtrack.

    They are a double album as far as I am concerned. I rarely listen to one and not the other.
     
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    really? they're both totally different as far as style and feel go. but... ok.
     

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