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Brokeback Mountain [SOUNDTRACK] (2005)

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Argentina-born, California-based Gustavo Santaolalla helped shape the rock en Espanol movement by producing Mexican bands Molotov and Café Tacuba , and Colombian singer Juanes. In the late 1990s he made a switch to soundtracks, working on well-received albums for Amores Perros and The Motorcycle Diaries. His instrumental contributions to Ang Lee's tale of two cowboys in love are acoustic guitar-based and, let's face it, a bit on the sonic-wallpaper side.
The vocal tracks, on the other hand, are uniformly lovely, even if the selection of interpreters falls on the predictable side. Linda Ronstadt, Steve Earle, Willie Nelson, and Mary McBride on the soundtrack to a contemporary Western? What a shock! Still, they're all wonderful and Santaolalla wrote at least a couple of classic-sounding country ballads ("A Love That Will Never Grow Old," sung by Emmylou Harris, and "No One's Gonna Love You Like Me," sung by Mary McBride). And don't miss Teddy Thompson and Rufus Wainwright's sweet cover of Roger Miller's 1964 "King of the Road." --Elisabeth Vincentelli

1. Opening - Gustavo Santaolalla
2. He Was A Friend Of Mine - Willie Nelson
3. Brokeback Mountain 1 - Gustavo Santaolalla
4. A Love That Will Never Grow Old - Emmylou Harris
5. King Of The Road - Rufus Wainwright
6. Snow - Gustavo Santaolalla
7. The Devil's Right Hand - Steve Earle
8. No One's Gonna Love You Like Me - Mary McBride
9. Brokeback Mountain 2 - Gustavo Santaolalla
10. I Don't Want To Say Goodbye - Teddy Thompson
11. I Will Never Let You Go - Jackie Greene
12. Riding Horses - Gustavo Santaolalla
13. An Angel Went Up In Flames - The Gas Band
14. Its So Easy - Linda Ronstadt
15. Brokeback Mountain 3 - Gustavo Santaolalla
16. The Maker Makes - Rufus Wainwright
17. The Wings - Gustavo Santaolalla

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Sin City [SOUNDTRACK] (2005)

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Set in dark, slickened streets and populated by a stellar ensemble cast, this adaptation of Frank Miller's hard-edged, film noir inspired graphic novels plays like comic-book-come-to-life—not surprising, as Miller is credited as Robert Rodriguez's co-director (with a bit of help from Quentin Tarantino). The soundtrack to this bleak, compelling exercise in pure noir stylism is provided mostly by director Rodriguez, with an occasional assist from past collaborators John Debney (Spy Kids and its sequel) and Graeme Revell (From Dusk Til Dawn). While their largely synth-driven cues tend naturally towards brooding atmospheric soundscapes, their tense electro-rhythms are seasoned with bracing doses of sinewy, sensual sax and dotted with the occasional bongo flourish, details that musically evoke both a shadowy humanity and the film's genre-savvy roots. Also featuring disparate, yet wholly integrated contributions from techno-house savants Fluke (the hypnotic "Absurd") and 20th century Mexican classicist Silvestre Revueltas, it's the sinister flipside to the future-jazz sheen of Vangelis' classic Blade Runner.--Jerry McCulley

1. Sin City
2. One Hour To Go
3. Goldie's Dead
4. Marv
5. Bury The Hatchet
6. Old Town Girls
7. The Hard Goodbye
8. Cardinal Sin
9. Her Name Is Goldie
10. Dwight
11. Old Town 1
12. Deadly Little Miho
13. Warrior Woman
14. Tar Pit
15. Jackie Boy's Head
16. The Big Fat Kill
17. Nancy
18. Prison Cell
19. Absurd - Fluke
20. Kiss Of Death
21. That Yellow Bastard
22. Hartigan
23. Sensemaya - Eduardo Mata
24. Sin City End Titles

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Amelie [SOUNDTRACK] (2001)

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The soundtrack to Pierre Jeunet's charming, slightly surreal romantic comedy Amelie features music by Yann Tiersen. Just as the film presents an idyllic, idealized version of Paris, Tiersen's score captures the most romantic aspects of French music, complete with fluttering accordions, delicate harpsichords, mandolins, and poignant strings and pianos. Pieces like "J'y Suis Jamias Alle," "Le Moulin," "La Valse Des Monstres," and "Les Jours Tristes (Instrumental)" -- which features a toy piano -- convey the film's sweet, slightly skewed outlook perfectly, and are completely charming in their own right. Aside from the three variations on the heroine's theme, "La Valse d'Amelie," most of the score comes from Tiersen's other albums, making Amelie a fine introduction to his work as well as an appropriately winning soundtrack. ~ Heather Phares, All Music Guide

This sunny comic fable from idiosyncratic director Jean-Pierre Jeunet (City of Lost Children, Alien Resurrection, Delicatessen) boasts any number of intimate charms, not the least of which is Yann Tiersen's warmly inviting score. Composer and multi-instrumentalist Tiersen's work and training may have masterfully encompassed classical, pop, and rock, but his delightful Amélie music proves he is slave to none. In this, his fourth soundtrack, Tiersen displays an impressive command of idiom and melodic subtlety that's rightfully drawn comparisons to the great Nino Rota. With a Paris-set story driven by blossoming love, the composer frequently leans on the familiar Parisian street accordion motif as a starting point. If that sounds clichéd, it's anything but; Tiersen's delicate touch incorporates Gypsy flourishes, classical string ensembles, electronics, stark and lovely solo piano, and even minimalist technique--often in the same charming cue. The result is music that manages to sound variously breezy, fresh, and contemporary, yet somehow comfortably familiar. Amélie is a warm, postmodernist score that never forgets where its heart lies. --Jerry McCulley

1. J'Y Suis Jamais Alle
2. Les Jours Tristes (Instrumental)
3. La Valse D'Amelie (Version Originale)
4. Comptine D'Un Autre eTe
5. La Noyee
6. L'autre Valse D'Amelie
7. Guilty
8. A Quai
9. Le Moulin
10. Pas Si Simple
11. La Valse D'Amelie (Version Orchestre)
12. La Valse Des Vieux Os
13. La Dispute
14. Si Tu N'etais Pas La (Frehel)
15. Soir De Fete
16. La Redecouverte
17. Sur Le Fil
18. Le Banquet
19. La Valse D'Amelie (Version Piano)
20. La Valse Des Monstres

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ovaj viktor je zaista forumas godine...

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Post by Kompljikator » 04/01/2006 09:47

Zadig wrote:ovaj viktor je zaista forumas godine...


koje godine... zar je ikad bio neki bolji :D

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Post by Zadig » 04/01/2006 09:49

viktore...

ako iskopas paris texat..izljubicu te
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paris texas...

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Zadig wrote:ovaj viktor je zaista forumas godine...


nemoj zakuhavat i kompljikovat Zadige, :D tek je godina zapocela :D

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Almost Famous [SOUNDTRACK] (2000)

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Although it's been pronounced dead more often than Mark Twain, the life expectancy of rock & roll was surely looking faint at the end of the '60s. Few people realize that it wasn't all bad. As Almost Famous' central character slowly realizes, it's much less important what history may mean to music journalists 30 years from now than what it means to actually experience it right then and there. Maybe it was a hard lesson to learn. Because while the counterculture and its music started to become everything it hated (and too soon before punk came to remind everybody what the revolution was really about) rock's "lurch" still promised much for those that paid attention.

Indeed, it would take a concentrated effort to ignore this soundtrack's refreshing outlook. Simon & Garfunkel and the Who are pitted right against Yes and Elton John. The Beach Boys against Cat Stevens. There's a sense of heady nostalgia here -- but one more deliberately adolescent and tender than the schlock-infested oldies radio station trends of most soundtracks of this ilk. The Seeds are represented by one of their most psychedelic pop gems ("Mr. Farmer") while Thunderclap Newman sounds almost prophetic with their playfully carny-piano mini-marathon ("Something in the Air"). Even the two new fictionalized compositions both manage to evoke the feeling of a waning era with just the right amount of reminiscence.

This is surely not a definitive collection of post-'60s music and it's proud not to be. Like all great soundtracks, the one for Almost Famous works both as an instant reminder of the film's highs as well as a personal, startling perspective into the very "last gasps" of rock & roll. And like all great soundtracks, music journalists will probably hate it. ~ Dean Carlson, All Music Guide


1. America - Simon and Garfunkel
2. Sparks - The Who
3. It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference - Todd Rundgren
4. I've Seen All Good People: Your Move - Yes
5. Feel Flows - The Beach Boys
6. Fever Dog - Stillwater
7. Every Picture Tells A Story - Rod Stewart
8. Mr. Farmer - The Seeds
9. One Way Out - The Allman Brothers Band
10. Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd
11. That's The Way - Led Zeppelin
12. Tiny Dancer - Elton John
13. Lucky Trumble - Nancy Wilson
14. I'm Waiting For The Man - David Bowie
15. The Wind - Cat Stevens
16. Slip Away - Clarence Carter
17. Something In The Air - Thunderclap Newman

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seka wrote:
Zadig wrote:paris texas...

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uplasio si ga poljubcom :lol:


ako je Zadig nije lav
ko se boji zime jos :D

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Wonder Boys (2000)

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Director Curtis Hanson chooses a lineup of vintage rock and R&B for the musical side of his screen adaptation of Michael Chabon's brilliant Wonder Boys. Foremost is Bob Dylan, who contributes a new rocker, "Things Have Changed," as well as cuts from Blood on the Tracks, Oh Mercy, and Time Out of Mind. These 13 cuts do a fine job of limning Michael Douglas's lead character's confusion, regret, and weary-to-the-bone ambivalence. Smartly sequenced--soul giants Little Willie John and Clarence Carter fit perfectly alongside the likes of Dylan, Lennon, Van Morrison, and Neil Young--Wonder Boys the album is a stellar example of hand-in-glove movie-music supervision. --Rickey Wright

1. Things Have Changed - Bob Dylan
2. Child's Claim To Fame, A - Buffalo Springfield
3. No Regrets - Tom Rush
4. Old Man - Neil Young
5. Shooting Star - Bob Dylan
6. Reason To Believe - Tim Hardin
7. Need Your Love So Bad - Little Willie John
8. Not Dark Yet - Bob Dylan
9. Slip Away - Clarence Carter
10. Waiting For The Miracle - Leonard Cohen
11. Buckets Of Rain - Bob Dylan
12. Watching The Wheels - John Lennon
13. Philosophers Stone - Van Morrison

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200 Cigarettes (1999)

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200 Cigarettes bombed in theatres, but the soundtrack album, strong enough to stand on its own, deserves a better fate. It's chock full of music that loosely ties in with the New Year's Eve 1979 party (duration: 200 cigarettes) that is the basis of the movie starring Courtney Love, Christina Ricci, Martha Plimpton and more. The Blondie medley is the album's highlight. It opens with "Rapture," the band's groundbreaking pop/rap hit from 1981; the drum fill connecting "Rapture" with the next song, 1999's "Maria," which is at a very different tempo, is particularly effective. "Maria" has nice spunk but has a very repetitive hook that tends to burn out quickly. The medley wraps with "No Exit" featuring Coolio and the Loud AllStars. The latter two tracks are also included on Blondie's '99 comeback album, No Exit. Harvey Danger, known for their single "Flagpole Sitta," also recorded a new track titled "Save It For Later"; it's the album's most contemporary track and probably the best, though not just for that reason. The balance of Cigarettes features well-known hits, such as Elvis Costello & the Attractions' "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding," Blondie's "In the Flesh," Nick Lowe's "Cruel To Be Kind," the Cars' "Just What I Needed," the Ramones' "I Don't Care," Dire Straits' "Romeo & Juliet," Roxy Music's "More Than This," Joe Jackson's "It's Different For Girls," Girls Against Boys' cover version of Earth, Wind & Fire's "Boogie Wonderland," Bow Wow Wow's version of the Strangeloves' "I Want Candy," and Kool & the Gang's "Ladies' Night." ~ S. Peeples, All Music Guide

1. Cruel To Be Kind - Nick Lowe
2. In The Flesh - Blondie
3. Just What I Needed - The Cars
4. Save It For Later - Harvey Danger
5. Our Lips Are Sealed - Go-Go's
6. I Want Candy - Bow Wow Wow
7. I Don't Care - The Ramones
8. Boogie Wonderland - Girls Against Boys
9. Ladies Night - Kool & The Gang
10. It's Different For Girls - Joe Jackson
11. Nowhere Girl - B-Movie
12. More Than This - Roxy Music
13. Romeo & Juliet - Dire Straits
14. (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding - Elvis Costello And The Attractions
15. Blondie Medley: Rapture, Maria, No Exit (The Loud Allstar Rock Remix Featuring Coolio & The Loud AllStars - Havoc And Prodigy Of Mobb Deep, Inspectah Deck & U-God Of Wu-Tang Clan) - Blondie

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SLC Punk (1999)

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SLC Punk was a movie that concerned a punk scene in Salt Lake City, UT, so it would make sense to have the soundtrack filled with a whole bunch of punk bands. Of course some big names are scraped up, like the Exploited, Fear, the Stooges, the Ramones and the Dead Kennedys to contribute some of their "hits," but whoever had the idea to include a dance track courtesy of Moondog wasn't thinking with a clear head. Aside from the Suicide Machines' contribution of "I Never Promised You a Rose Garden," which incorporates a violin orchestra with their brand of upbeat ska punk, all of this material has been previously released. It's at least interesting to see the Velvet Underground and the Exploited included on one record together. ~ Mike DaRonco, All Music Guide

1. Rose Garden - The Suicide Machines
2. Sex and Violence - The Exploited
3. I Love Livin' in the City - Fear Cult
4. 1969 - The Stooges
5. Too Hot - The Specials
6. Cretin Hop - The Ramones
7. Dreaming - Blondie
8. Kiss Me Deadly - Generation X
9. Rock & Roll - The Velvet Underground
10. Gasoline Rain - Moondogg
11. Mirror in the Bathroom - Fifi
12. Amoeba - The Adolescents
13. Kill the Poor - Dead Kennedys

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Mallrats (1999)

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This Soundtrack is not only jampacked with seriously cool hardcore/indie pop tunes, but is laced with some of the wittiest lines from modern cinema. Classics such as the Kryptonite Condoms gives us a lucid insight into the mind of die meister Kevin Smith: deep ponderings on Superhero sex, cheap drugs and cheaper women. A must for all fans of the "tubby human brown-eye" as J Mewes once said.

1. Love and Sharks - Jason Lee [Producer/Engineer], Jason Lee, Jeremy London
2. Bubbles - Bush
3. Susanne - Weezer
4. Freeing One's Mind - Priscilla Barnes, Jason Lee [Producer/Engineer], Jason Lee, Jeremy London
5. Seventeen - Sponge
6. Kryptonite Condoms - Jason Lee [Producer/Engineer], Jason Lee, Jeremy London
7. Line Up - Elastica
8. Mission Impossible #1 - Jason Mewes
9. Mallrats - Wax
10. Taken With a Grain of Salt - Shannen Doherty
11. Broken - Belly
12. Cruise Your New Baby Fly Self - Girls Against Boys
13. Very Uncomfortable Place - Joey Lauren Adams, Jason Lee [Producer/Engineer], Jason Lee, Jeremy London, Jason Mewes
14. Guilty - All
15. That Ski Trie - Joey Lauren Adams, Jason Lee [Producer/Engineer], Jason Lee, Jeremy London
16. Front - Archers of Loaf
17. Hated It - Thrush Hermit
18. Post Coital Techno Boogie - Shannen Doherty, Jason Lee [Producer/Engineer], Jason Lee
19. Build Me Up Buttercup - The Goops
20. Cousin Walter - Jason Lee [Producer/Engineer], Jason Lee, Brian O'Halloran
21. Social - Squirtgun
22. Mission Impossible #2 - Jason Mewes
23. Smoke Two Joints - Sublime
24. Stoned - Silverchair
25. Last Words - Jason Mewes

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Paperhouse (1989) [score by Hans Zimmer]

1. Overture 6:30
2. Is Anybody There? 11:08
3. Sanctus (From Gabriel Faures Requiem) 1:44
4. Ill Be Back 2:20
5. The Staircase 1:46
6. Me And My Daughter, We Get On Like A House On Fire 17:42

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Run Lola Run (1999)

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Co-composed by director Tom Tykwer, the idea here is brilliantly simple--the punk-like Lola's pavement pounding needs constant momentum to avoid coming off as Marathon footage. With accelerating beats, and ever-upwardly spiralling chord progressions, we follow actress/song-writer Franka Potente's every footfall. In the booklet you'll find a candidly honest piece of advice: "To re-experience the movie, listen to tracks 2-9. For an alternative experience, listen to the remixes." They are quite abstract developments of the original material, so can either be seen as a bonus or padding (e.g. the original "Casino" takes us the furthest away from club territory, while the remix races right back into it). At breakneck pace this album perfectly captures the experience of seeing the movie while the barrage of techno beats keeps up a rhythmic sprint that'll have you tapping feet if not wanting to run and see the film straight away. --Paul Tonks

1. Believe
2. Introduction
3. Running One
4. Supermarket
5. Running Two
6. Running Three
7. Casino
8. Somebody Has To Pay
9. Wish
10. Introduction (2)
11. Supermarket (2)
12. Running One (2)
13. Running Two (2)
14. Casino (2)
15. Big Wish

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Rushmore (1999)

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A mixture of original work and songs from established artists. The music is not only a testament to the movie, but also stands on it's own as a quirky but interesting musical mosaic. This same style is also apparent in Wes Anderson's other film soundtracks: "Bottle Rocket" and more recently, "The Royal Tenenbaums."

1. Hardest Geometry Problem in the World - Mark Mothersbaugh
2. Making Time - The Creation
3. Concrete & Clay - Unit 4+2
4. Nothin' in the World Can Stop Me Worryin' 'Bout That Girl - The Kinks
5. Sharp Little Guy - Mark Mothersbaugh
6. Lad With the Silver Button - Mark Mothersbaugh
7. Summer Song - Chad & Jeremy
8. Edward Appleby (In Memoriam) - Mark Mothersbaugh
9. Here Comes My Baby - Cat Stevens
10. Quick One While He's Away - The Who
11. Snowflake Music [From Buttlerocket] - Mark Mothersbaugh
12. Piranhas Are Very Tricky Species - Mark Mothersbaugh
13. Blinuet - Zoot Sims, Zoot Sims
14. Friends Like You, Who Needs Friends - Mark Mothersbaugh
15. Rue St. Vincent - Yves Montand
16. Kite Flying Society - Mark Mothersbaugh
17. Wind - Cat Stevens
18. Oh Yoko! - John Lennon
19. Ooh la La - Faces
20. Margaret Yang's Theme - Mark Mothersbaugh

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Post by boogy » 04/01/2006 16:23

Da li je moguće negdje naći soundtrack iz filma "High Fidelity"

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Paperhouse (1989) [score by Hans Zimmer]

1. Overture 6:30
2. Is Anybody There? 11:08
3. Sanctus (From Gabriel Faures Requiem) 1:44
4. Ill Be Back 2:20
5. The Staircase 1:46
6. Me And My Daughter, We Get On Like A House On Fire 17:42

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majstore, a link za ziku

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Paperhouse (1989) [score by Hans Zimmer]

1. Overture 6:30
2. Is Anybody There? 11:08
3. Sanctus (From Gabriel Faures Requiem) 1:44
4. Ill Be Back 2:20
5. The Staircase 1:46
6. Me And My Daughter, We Get On Like A House On Fire 17:42

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majstore, a link za ziku

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zaboravio link :-)

evo ga ovdje

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Saturday Night Fever (1977)

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Every so often, a piece of music comes along that defines a moment in popular culture history: Johann Strauss' operetta +Die Fledermaus did this in Vienna in the 1870s; Jerome Kern's +Show Boat did it for Broadway musicals of the 1920s; and the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album served this purpose for the era of psychedelic music in the 1960s. Saturday Night Fever, although hardly as prodigious an artistic achievement as those precursors, was precisely that kind of musical phenomenon for the second half of the 1970s -- ironically, at the time before its release, the disco boom had seemingly run its course, primarily in Europe, and was confined mostly to Black culture and the gay underground in America. Saturday Night Fever, as a movie and an album, and a brace of hit singles off of it, suddenly made disco explode into mainstream, working- and middle-class America with new immediacy and urgency, increasing its audience by five- or ten-fold overnight. The Bee Gees had written "Stayin' Alive" (then called "Saturday Night"), "Night Fever," "How Deep Is Your Love," "If I Can't Have You," and "More Than a Woman" for what would have been the follow-up album to Children of the World, and they might well have enjoyed platinum-record status with that proposed album. Instead, Robert Stigwood asked them in early 1977 to contribute songs to the soundtrack of a movie that he was financing, a low-budget picture called "Tribal Rites on a Saturday Night." More out of loyalty to him than any belief in the viability of the film, they obliged; the group's involvement even survived the decision by the original director, John Avildsen, that he didn't want their music in the film -- instead, Stigwood fired him and brought in the very talented but much more agreeable John Badham, the movie's title was changed to Saturday Night Fever, the Bee Gees' music stayed, and the result was the biggest-selling soundtrack album in history, a 25 million copy monster whose sales, even as a more expensive double-LP, dwarfed the multi-million units sold of Children of the World and Main Course. Strangely enough, for all of the fixation of the movie and its audience on dancing, the Bee Gees' new songs were weighted equally toward ethereal ballads, which may be one reason for the soundtrack album's appeal -- it delivers what its audience expects, plus a "bonus" in the form of the soaring, lyrical romantic numbers that were, as with most ventures by the Gibb brothers in this area, virtually irresistable. Despite the presence of other artists, Saturday Night Fever is virtually indispensable as a Bee Gees album, not just for the presence of an array of songs that were hits in their own right -- and which became the de facto soundtrack to a half-decade of pop culture history -- but because it offered the Gibb brothers as composers as well as artists, their work recorded by Yvonne Elliman ("If I Can't Have You"), and Tavares ("More Than a Woman"), and it placed their music alongside the work of Kool & the Gang and MFSB; in essence, the layout of the soundtrack release was the culmination of everything they'd been moving toward since the Mr. Natural album. Even the presence of David Shire's "Night on Disco Mountain" and "Salsation" and Walter Murphy's "A Fifth of Beethoven" don't hurt, because these set a mood and a surrounding ambience for the Bee Gees' material that makes it work even better. Heard on CD as 79 minutes of music, Saturday Night Fever comes off like an idealized commercial-free radio set of late-'70s dance music (and, in that regard, the decision to leave Rick Dees' "Disco Duck" off the soundtrack album was a good one for all concerned, except Mr. Dees). The album has been out several times on CD, including a Mobile Fidelity audiophile disc that's rarer than hen's teeth and 1995 remastered, newly annotated audiophile edition from Polydor. ~ Bruce Eder, All Music Guide

1 Stayin' Alive - Bee Gees (4:45)
2 How Deep Is Your Love - Bee Gees (4:05)
3 Night Fever - Bee Gees (3:33)
4 More Than a Woman - Bee Gees (3:17)
5 If I Can't Have You - Elliman, Yvonne (3:00)
6 Fifth of Beethoven - Murphy, Walter (3:03)
7 More Than a Woman - Tavares (3:17)
8 Manhattan Skyline - Shire, David (4:44)
9 Calypso Breakdown - MacDonald, Ralph (7:50)
10 Night on Disco Mountain - Shire, David (5:12)
11 Open Sesame - Kool & the Gang (4:01)
12 Jive Talkin' - Bee Gees (3:43)
13 You Should Be Dancing - Bee Gees (4:14)
14 Boogie Shoes - KC & the Sunshine Band (2:17)
15 Salsation - Shire, David (3:50)
16 K-Jee - MFSB (4:13)
17 Disco Inferno Trammps (10:51)

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hvala legendo

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Zadig, nema na cemu, i drugi put :)

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Our Little Corner of the World: Music From Gilmore Girls (2000)

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Full Title - Our Little Corner Of The World - Music From The Gilmore Girls. First soundtrack of music from the hit WB series. The show is packed with musical references and refreshing songs which Gilmore Girls audiences are seeking. Includes newly recorded, original songs, and music by Sam Phillips and Grant-Lee Phillips just for the soundtrack, plus opening theme song 'Where You Lead I Will Follow' by Carole King & Louise Goffin. Other artists include Joey Ramone, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Yo La Tengo, XTC and more.


1. Waltz #1 - Sam Phillips (cue)
2. What A Wonderful World - Joey Ramone
3. Child Psychology - Black Box Recorder
4. Know Your Onion! - The Shins
5. I Found Love - The Free Design
6. Car Song - Elastica
7. Oh My Love - John Lennon
8. Getting Married (Sam Phillips cue)
9. Where You Lead I Will Follow - Carole King & Louise Goffin
10. Clear Spot - Pernice Brothers
11. One Line - PJ Harvey
12. I'm The Man Who Murdered Love - XTC
13. Maybe Next Week (Sam Phillips cue)
14. Thirteen - Big Star
15. Human Behavior - Bjork
16. I Don't Mind - Slumber Party
17. Tell Her What She Wants To Know - Sam Phillips
18. It's Alright, Baby - Komeda
19. God Only Knows - Claudine Longet
20. Smile - Grant-Lee Phillips
21. O'oh - Yoko Ono
22. Rory And Lane (Sam Phillips cue)
23. Girl From Mars - Ash
24. My Little Corner Of The World - Yo La Tengo

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The Blues Brothers - Blues Brothers (1980)

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Comic actors John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd received a lot of flak for their Blues Brothers shtick -- mostly for the albums, not 1980's beloved classic film. But they should be given credit for exposing many people -- including this reviewer -- to the music of blues and R&B veterans. The Blues Brothers soundtrack was released on Atlantic Records. On the surface this doesn't seem unusual, since the Blues Brothers' Atlantic debut, Briefcase Full of Blues, was a number one album; but the movie was released by Universal, and its parent company, MCA, passed on the soundtrack. The rollicking remake of the Spencer Davis Group's "Gimme Some Lovin'" was a hit, featuring an arrangement notable for the horn section that replaces Steve Winwood's rumbling organ work. Ray Charles has a good time with "Shake a Tail Feather," and he's helped out by Jake and Elwood Blues (Belushi and Aykroyd, respectively). The cover of Solomon Burke's "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" is a lot of fun, thanks to the great overall rhythm and Elwood's lightning-fast stage rap, while James Brown and the Reverend James Cleveland Choir provide a blast of gospel music on "Old Landmark." Aretha Franklin's "Think" is explosive, and Cab Calloway's "Minnie the Moocher" is slyly irresistible. Charles, Brown, Franklin, and Calloway all have small roles in the film, yet so does John Lee Hooker, but he's not represented here. ~ Bret Adams, All Music Guide

1 She Caught the Katy (4:10)
2 Peter Gunn Theme (3:46)
3 Gimme Some Lovin' (3:06)
4 Shake a Tail Feather (2:48]
5 Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (3:21)
6 Old Landmark (2:56)
7 Think (3:13)
8 Rawhide (Theme) (2:37)
9 Minnie the Moocher (3:23)
10 Sweet Home Chicago (7:48]
11 Jailhouse Rock (3:19)

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Post by victory » 05/01/2006 03:45

boogy wrote:Da li je moguće negdje naći soundtrack iz filma "High Fidelity"

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High Fidelity (2000)

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Like a great mix tape, the soundtrack to High Fidelity feels like it was assembled by a true music fanatic. Interspersing selections from cult favorites both old (Love, the 13th Floor Elevators) and new (Smog, Stereolab), it provides a window into the mind of the film's main character, a record store owner who's better able to express his love for a rare 45 than for his longtime girlfriend. --Steven Stolder
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Nick Hornby's novel about a middle-aged, obsessive record-store owner and his struggle with growing up in an adult world indifferent to the finer points of soul music was a sharp commentary on life, love, and a decades-long affair with popular music. If any movie has to have a decent soundtrack it's this one. And it does. Perhaps a little light on soul (Stevie Wonder is a hip pick, but how about Arthur Alexander or even Otis Redding?), it specializes in cult and indie bands that should be familiar to many. The Velvet Underground, Love, the 13th Floor Elevators, and the Kinks honor the old school, while Royal Trux, Stereolab, and Smog represent the newest wave. Elvis Costello appears with a strong pick from an odd era (early '80s), and his greatest imitator, John Wesley Harding, is featured as well. This probably should have been a box set--you end up wanting more.--Rob O'Connor

1. You're Gonna Miss Me - 13th Floor Elevators
2. Everybody's Gonna Be Happy - The Kinks
3. I'm Wrong About Everything - John Wesley Harding
4. Oh! Sweet Nuthin' - The Velvet Underground
5. Always See Your Face - Love
6. Most Of The Time - Bob Dylan
7. Fallen For You - Shiela Nicholls
8. Dry The Rain - The Beta Band
9. Shipbuilding - Elvis Costello & The Attractions
10. Cold Blooded Old Times - Smog
11. Let's Get It On - Jack Black
12. Lo Boob Oscillator - Stereolab
13. Inside Game - Royal Trux
14. Who Loves The Sun - The Velvet Underground
15. I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) - Stevie Wonder

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Grey's Anatomy (2005)

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ABC's modern medical soap Grey's Anatomy was music-savvy from its initial promotional push, pairing the Postal Service's "Such Great Heights" to snippets of the cast cracking wise and learning about life as they tumbled through first-year residencies. Music licensing was nothing new for the Postal Service by the fall 2004 premiere season; their graceful indie electronica had already been featured in Garden State, Laguna Beach, you name it. But it was undoubtedly the comforting familiarity of the song to its target demographic that Grey's was likely after. (Alexandra Patsavas, the show's music supervisor, definitely understands how to pick tunes that are both substantial and influential -- she supervises The OC's soundtrack, too.) Released in anticipation of season two, Grey's Anatomy includes the show's theme -- performed by the London duo Psapp, it suggests a glitchy, pomo update of St. Elsewhere's intro music -- as well as tracks that fit generally into a category of literate indie. They're slightly fringe, but ultra-accessible. Ex-Moloko vocalist Roisin Murphy contributes the sassy Eurythmics nod "Ruby Blue" from her overlooked solo debut of the same name, while Tegan & Sara's anxiously redemptive "Where Does the Good Go" was seemingly made for a show about stress getting in the way of life. Get Set Go's "Wait" measures out dry Shins/Clem Snide-style romanticism, the Ditty Bops' Holly Hobby-and-Beatles songcraft comes alive on "There's a Girl," Inara George's torch folk is capable enough stand-in for the perpetually underrated Eleni Mandell, and Medeski, Martin & Wood's "End of the World Party" is an experiment in layered groove-building. Yes, on this soundtrack, even the instrumentals are distinctive. Grey's Anatomy has met the challenge of finding demographically pleasing music. But it explores beyond that boundary for some truly memorable songs, and never feels like a cash-in comp for easy cross-promotion. ~ Johnny Loftus, All Music Guide
1. Such Great Heights - The Postal Service
2. Ruby Blue - Roisin Murphy
3. Song Beneath the Song - Maria Taylor
4. Where Does the Good Go - Tegan and Sara
5. Looking at the World from the Bottom of a Well - Mike Doughty
6. Wait - Get Set Go
7. Could Be Anything - Eames Era
8. Portions for Foxes - Rilo Kiley
9. City - Joe Purdy
10. End of the World Party - Medeski, Martin & Wood
11. Catch My Disease [Live] - Ben Lee
12. There's a Girl - The Ditty Bops
13. Whatever Gets You Through Today
14. Fools in Love - Inara George
15. Cosy in the Rocket - Psapp

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