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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by TN, Feb 15, 2008.
Top Gun doesn't count.
Mine....The Harder They Come.
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Breakin' 1 is the only Breakin' IMHO.
Warren G was dope as hell....now he is a Fatty.
Daniel Johnston - Casper
Deluxx Folk Implosion - Daddy Never Understood
Folk Implosion - Nothing Gonna Stop
Folk Implosion - Jenny's Theme
Folk Implosion - Simean Groove
Daniel Johnston - Casper The Friendly Ghost
Folk Implosion - Natural One
Sebadoh - Spoiled
Folk Implosion - Crash
Folk Implosion - Wet Stuff
Lo-Down - Mad Fright Night
Folk Implosion - Raise The Bells
Slint - Good Morning Captain
Toss up between Streets of Fire (Bad Michael Pare movie from the 80s. Best line, MP to Rick Moranis "The only problem with kicking your a$$ is it would be too easy") and Grosse Pointe Blanke. SoF has the Blasters, GPB has the Clash...
Both Blues Brothers tracks are up there too.
easy. i waited forever for this to see a release...
Flight Of the Conchords
awesome that the Wipers made it on there.
i saw that movie in the cinema...great flick
"these questions are so stupid"
1. "Just Another Victim" - Helmet and House of Pain
2. "Fallin'" - Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul
3. "Me, Myself, & My Microphone" - Living Colour and Run DMC
4. "Judgment Night" - Biohazard and Onyx
5. "Disorder" - Slayer and Ice-T (Medley of 3 Exploited songs: "War", "UK '82", and "Disorder")
6. "Another Body Murdered" - Faith No More and Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.
7. "I Love You Mary Jane" - Sonic Youth and Cypress Hill
8. "Freak Momma" - Mudhoney and Sir Mix-A-Lot
9. "Missing Link" - Dinosaur Jr and Del tha Funkee Homosapien
10. "Come And Die" - Therapy? and Fatal
11. "Real Thing" - Pearl Jam and Cypress Hill
kill Bill 1 + 2
Me too. I've got the soundtrack around somewhere on cassette.
Snatch was pretty good too.
I had all 3847576 Hackers soundtracks when I was in high school. (Maybe it was just three)
Sorry, but I'm torn between these two soundtracks.
I was gonna say that.
That and Pulp Fiction
when hip hop used to be real hip hop.
can it be that 27 posts have overlooked *the* genius of soundtracks?
there are quite a few excellent soundtracks.
Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels
Alex Cox is great.
Not known so much for the soundtrack, but "Straight To Hell" has more musicians, as actors, that you can shake stick at.
Thanks for finding the link to the photo.
Repo Man hands down.
For me it's:
Grosse Pointe Blank
Stand By Me
I listen to those 4 quite a bit
Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure AND Bill and Teds Bogus Journey...
I thought it was Randy Newman or Kenny Loggins.
ennio morricone is randy newman?
Ah, the 90's
If you like Reggae, Club Dread had a decent lineup.
1. Funky Kingston - Toots & The Maytals
2. Monkey Ska - Derrick Harriott
3. Cocaine In My Brain - Dillinger
4. Shocks Of Mighty Pt. 2 - Bob Marley & The Wailers
5. Party Yellowman
6. Gun In A Baggy Little Lenny
7. King Of Ska Desmond Dekker
8. Your Heart Has Been Broken Gregory Isaacsc
9. Broadway Jungle Toots & The Maytals
10. Rub & Squeeze Lee Perry & The Soulettes
11. Want A Wine Leo Graham
12. Long Shot Kick De Bucket The Pioneers
13. Rastaman Angie Angel
14. Jungle Lion Lee Perry
15. Party Yellowman (Felix Da Housecat Remix)
The Departed also has a good set.
1. Comfortably Numb (Album Version) Roger Waters feat. Van Morrison & The Band
2. Sail On Sailor (Album Version) The Beach Boys
3. Let It Loose (Album Version) The Rolling Stones
4. Sweet Dreams (Album Version) Roy Buchanan
5. One Way Out (Album Version) The Allman Brothers Band
6. Baby Blue (Album Version) Badfinger
7. I'm Shipping Up To Boston (Album Version) Dropkick Murphys 2:34
8. Nobody But Me (Album Version) The Human Beinz
9. Tweedle Dee (Single/LP Version) Lavern Baker
10. Sweet Dreams [Of You] (Album Version) Patsy Cline
11. The Departed Tango [featuring Marc Ribot and Larry Saltzman] (Album Version) Howard Shore
12. Beacon Hill [Performed By Sharon Isbin] (Album Version) Howard Shore
1. Problems - Sex Pistols
2. Blood, Sex & Booze - Green Day
3. I've Gotta Be Me - Iggy Pop
4. Cars - Fear Factory
5. We're A Happy Family - The Ramones
6. Natural Blues - Moby
7. I Fought The Law - Dead Kennedys
8. Everything Turns Grey - Agent Orange
9. Personality Crisis - New York Dolls
10. Lucky You, Lucky Me - Punchbuggy
11. Mid-East Mobile Home - Mike Simpson
12. Do The Freddy - The Adolescents
13. I've Gotta Be Me - Iggy Pop
It has punk, hip hop and lots of acid jazz.
Quantic - Fresh Rhythm
Bushy - Don't mind if i do
Capsule - Riche et Belle
F.O. the Smack Magnet - Panty Raid
Breakestra - The Live Mix Part 2
Quantic - We Got Soul
Citizen Fish - Shrink the Distance
Meitz - Ming Parle
Capsule - Last Moon
Korea Girl - B-Side
Softball - Foreign Land
Lost Island - Sections 16
Luckie Strike - Slightly Stoopid
JD& The Devil's Dynamite Band - Flames of Darkness
Calipso Kint & The Soul Investigators - Chick Beans
Calipso Kint & The Soul Investigators - Mo' Calipso Strut
Steve Alba - Banjo Treats
No Legs - Nervous System
Quasimoto - Put a Curse on You
F.O. THe Smack Magnet - The Humpty Dance
Astropop3 - So Happy
Quantic - Fresh Rhythm
Bubba Thomas and The Lightmen Plus One - The Phantom
Breakestra - The Live Mix2
F.O. The Smack Magnet - Long Lost Friend
Chester - Get Outta My Way
Chester - Hornby Size
Capsule - Le Salon
Citizen Fish - Over The Fence
Rob Life - The Great Rhythm Caper
Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks - Comes Love
Diehard Youth - Bust a Move
Soul Seven - Southside Funk
Chris Murray - Back Rooms & Diesel Fumes
Color Climax - Power-Pac
Styly Cee feat. Karizma & Midnyte - All Stylz Anthem
Breakestra - The Live Mix Part 2
Yesterdays new Quintet - Daylight
Hard Kandy - Moonlight
It has songs by Lexicon, Styles of Beyond, and Swollen Members as well as Gray Race by Bad Religion and some other stuff.