Top 10 Movie soundtracks and funny t-shirt or two(PART III)
Oops shit I’ve left this next installement for ages, I bet you’re all sweating right, thinking I’ve forgotten it? Well, here it is:
5. Terminator II: Judgment Day (most notable song: You Could Be Mine by Guns ‘n’ Roses)
Probably my fave Guns n Roses song ever was written for this movie. I noticed if you listen closely on Terminator 4 (which incidentally I was suprised at how good it was) you’ll hear them play this again, but T2 did it first so I’m sticking with it. I bought dozens of Guns n roses t-shirts due to this song.
Who’d have thought a sequel about robots from the future could ever actually be good? It sounds like some shitty B-movie, I’m sure there are lots of crappy robot films out there, I can’t think of any, but maybe it’s good that I haven’t wasted my time seeing them. Ignoring the great storyline and nice sounds, I can’t help but mention the visuals, mainly the t-1000 which still look realistic and pretty 18 years on. It’s not just me I doubt that surely wonders why Skynet doesn’t focus more of its efforts on building T-1000′s and forget the outdated 800′s? Maybe it’ll read this in the [fictional] future and be all “by heck, he’s on to something” or some such about it.
6..The Graduate (most notable song: “Mrs. Robinson” by Simon & Garfunkel)
Who doesn’t like this movie? Get seduced by an older woman and then getting to do her daughter too, what’s not to love? Remember the hilariously funny Simpsons episode where Grandpa Simpson falls for Marge’s mum and at the end of the show they play a rip off Simon & Garfunkel’s Sound of Silence? Ha. Amazing. Anyway, folk rock might not be the most glam of music or the coolest but secretly everyone loves it.
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7 Trainspotting (most notable song: too many to choose from)
Such a great soundtrack, there’s too many songs to pick, take a look at the listings from the soundtrack so you can see what I mean:
“Lust for Life” – Iggy Pop
“Carmen Suite No.2″ – Georges Bizet
“Deep Blue Day” – Brian Eno
“Trainspotting” – Primal Scream
“Temptation” – Heaven 17
“Atomic” – Sleeper
“Temptation” – New Order
“Atomic” – Blondie
“Nightclubbing” – Iggy Pop
“Sing” – Blur
“Perfect Day” – Lou Reed
“Dark and Long (Dark Train)” – Underworld
“Think About the Way” – Frisco Vs. Ice MC
“Mile End” – Pulp
“For What You Dream Of” (Full-on Renaissance Mix) – Bedrock featuring KYO
” – 2:1″ – Elastica
“Hertzlich Tut Mich Verlangan” – Gabor Lehotka
“Two Little Boys” – Ewen Bremner
“A Final Hit” – Leftfield
“Statuesque” – Sleeper
“Born Slippy .NUXX” – Underworld
“Closet Romantic” – Damon Albarn
There’s something for everyone, Iggy Pop, Blondie, Lou Reed etc. etc. how can one single movie have so many great sounds? It shouldn’t be allowed! Maybe if I’d thought first I’d have put it higher up my list, but like so many things recently it’s been left out..Booo. Infact, maybe I’d have been better putting this list in no particular order come to think of it…