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#1 OfficeTime8889

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Posted 19 October 2014 - 08:44 PM

Post about your favorite OSTs and the films they coincide with.  

 

The more I get into film, the more I appreciate scores.  One of my favorite OSTs is that of the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.  Jon Brion, who later went on to work with Kanye on Late Registration and Graduation, composed most of the tracks on here.  Definitely check him out if you're not familiar with his work.  Music for The Prestige, Drive, and Inception is also worth listening to.

 



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Posted 19 October 2014 - 09:12 PM

Funny you should mention. I was talking to some dude at my buddy's wedding and he brought up original scores as his "go to genre". Anyhow, he listed off his tops. I mentioned 12 Years A Slave. That soundtrack, or one thing inparticular I found quite jarring is, much of it had these almost electric, grinding sounding moments when the "music" was industrial...

Really cool.
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Posted Yesterday, 11:31 AM


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Posted Yesterday, 11:39 AM

^ this fucking guy.

 

 

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Posted Yesterday, 08:54 PM

I got the Philip Glass joint on wax son less than a dolla NM+++++++
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Posted Today, 05:02 AM

All Tarantino flicks.



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Posted Today, 06:21 AM

Cliff Martinez is a beast. Trent Reznor too.

 

John Carpenter did most of his own soundtracks. Dope synth shit.

 

 

Here's one of my personal favs:

 



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Posted Today, 06:47 AM

Resisting posting the obvious ones, Fight Club, Scarface, Godfather etc

 

this movie is fucking bleak and the soundtrack really adds to that.

 

 

you can sorta tell the composer is a fan of Trent Reznor though. That's the impression I get.

 

PS watch the movie if you want to despair for humanity. Or visit Adelaide if you want to despair for humanity.



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Posted Today, 08:39 AM

Resisting posting the obvious ones, Fight Club, Scarface, Godfather etc

 

this movie is fucking bleak and the soundtrack really adds to that.

 

 

you can sorta tell the composer is a fan of Trent Reznor though. That's the impression I get.

 

PS watch the movie if you want to despair for humanity. Or visit Adelaide if you want to despair for humanity.

yeah i bought this film when it came out, on first watch it left me feeling a bit empty inside, very very dark film, brilliant though



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Posted Today, 08:46 AM

 

Nothing exciting, but this ish gotta be sampled.



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Posted Today, 08:52 AM

I have tons of soundtracks on vinyl but I'm moving and most of my records are in storage.  If this thread is still alive when I'm done moving, I'm gonna go ape in here.  I'd buy a dope soundtrack I've never seen before anything else.



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Posted Today, 10:03 AM

What about Halo: combat evolved. Dope ost
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