Post A Song You Love From A Movie

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    Carrol : Fri 6th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    OK well I better go first then, Miss Celie's Blues from the movie the Color Purple

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    Spivkurl : Fri 6th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    "Infected" from Repo The Genetic Opera! This is a bit low quality compared to watching the DVD, but ya know...

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    Philemonster1 : Fri 6th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago


    I loved a song from the movie "Stomp Tha Yard" which was Krump music,reminds me alot of modern day trap.

    J-Squad TTBZ Anthem Part 2 Remix

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    Burtsbluesboxes : Fri 6th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    from "The Innocents" (dir. Jack Clayton) 3:D> "O Willow Waly"

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    joecramer : Fri 6th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Geoff Muldaur - Brazil
    From the amazing movie Brazil by Terry Gilliam & company (european version (not the cut us version))
    real old song but one of the coolest :)
    My life wouldnd be so good without hearing this song!!!

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    Carrol : Fri 6th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Wow thanks, I will check everyone one of those songs out, nice to get some other artists to listen to that I haven't heard before.

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    joecramer : Fri 6th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    cool i forgot the link :)

    if you never seen the film THEN you should watch this link
    cause i like that songversion also a lot and this TRIBUTE to the film gives you a good feeling about the movie

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    DesignedImpression : Sat 7th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Cool songs, I really liked that ghostly song that Phatkatz shared more of stuff I remember listening to long time ago.

    Here's something Ive heard recently in a movie that my niece watched and I thought it was really interesting and catchy. For a bunch of dead people it had a lot of life haha.

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    Modnex : Sat 7th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    There are so many movie songs I love, but one that comes to mind is the original Amityville Horror theme song. It combines horror and beauty in one amazing track.

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    Burtsbluesboxes : Sat 7th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    I know!! I could post so many!! How about Suspira theme music (by Goblin) :p Love those Tim Burton films DI!

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    joecramer : Sat 7th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    yo ok - so more i listen and so more i think on, so more i get into my head ...... there are soooooooooo much cool things out in some movies.

    ok so i sayed to myself - look or think for something real special!

    And so i give you here two links to something real special

    - most of you will know the names of the musicans but maybe had never seen them in that situation. Both links are from something like real superstars and both take you back into 1979-80 where all began.
    So take this like a jump back into a time where realy much things starts in music.

    first is a take of the film - jetzt und alles - from dieter meier (the singer from Yello). you will see Yello playing in a club a life gig and richy mueller (a german actor) preforms a bit with them in this clip ...... very very cool take - history at his best

    and the next link brings you into 1979 to amsterdam. a take out of the movie - cha cha - you will see Nina Hagen and The wild romance (the band from Herman Brood) playing life a co.9ol cover from -knocking on heavens door- in a little bar. very very special

    ps - i never heard the childs rhymes from the Freddy Kruger movies in english, but the german version is also a cool one :)

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    Planetjazzbass : Sat 7th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Gerry Mulligan performing (and acting) in Jack Kerouac's "The Subterraneans"
    and no it's not some underworld scifi flick! the time it was very cool..not that you'd understand if your under 40.

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    Carrol : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Hi Spivkurl, would you happen to have another link to that song, that movie isn't working unfortunately, Cheers Carrol

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    Carrol : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    It would be great to see the dancing to the Stomp The Yard track, that would have been a good movie.

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    Carrol : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Hi Phatkatz4, what was that movie about, I wonder if it's still around? Is it an old one? It's a haunting song.

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    Drubbl3 : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    "Beamer Benz or Bentley" from Project X ;)

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    40A : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    The entire soundtrack from "Interstellar"

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    Spivkurl : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Could try this link Carrol

    The other is working still on my end though. Hope you can see it.

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    RealProblemShuckers : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    I love most of the Sweeney Todd soundtrack; but if I had too pick my favorite three songs from there; I would pick:

    God That's Good:





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    Burtsbluesboxes : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Here's "The Innocents" - A young woman taking care of two children for a wealthy family becomes more and more convinced the house and grounds are haunted. The video picture for the song shows a ghost lady as seen in the pond/swamp on the grounds. It's quite a creepy movie, love the old black and white films where they concentrated on the story more than anything.
    Here's "Suspira"
    here's the description given on IMDB
    Suspiria (1977)
    92 min - Horror Mystery - 12 August 1977 (USA)
    A newcomer to a fancy ballet academy gradually comes to realize that the school is a front for something far more sinister and supernatural amidst a series of grisly murders.
    Dario Argento

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    AnalogDisc : Sun 8th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    ohhh soo many of them, but here is my all time TOP 3:

    College & Electric Youth - Real Hero
    And all of "Drive" soundtracks.

    Brad Fiedel T2 Theme
    Just EPIC!

    Scarface Giorgio Moroder - Right Combination
    Of course all of Giorgio`s work!

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    Carrol : Thu 12th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    OOO the Innocents sounds like my kind of movie

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    crucethus : Thu 12th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    Greatest movie song ever.


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    LivingInSilence : Thu 12th Feb 2015 : 7 years ago

    "The Raid: Redemption" was a pretty b-grade movie but in some parts the soundtrack worked so well that I couldn't help but smile in pure astonishment.
    The entire soundtrack was written and performed by Mike Shinoda and Joseph Trapanese.

    My favourite song on the soundtrack is "Hole Drop".
    In this scene things get tense when the badies are attempting to break into the hotel room where the goodies are trapped. With only moments to spare, the goodies attempt to use the "in-case-of-emergency" axes to bash through the floor to reach the next hotel room directly beneath theirs.
    (shit gets real just after 1:30)

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