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Best movie soundtrack of the 90's?

 
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PostPosted: 07.05.2004 5:52 am    Post subject: Best movie soundtrack of the 90's? Reply with quote

I picked up the 10th anniversary edition CD for Reality Bites the other day. Mainly because the songs from that movie rock and they had added 6 new ones on this soundtrack. The acoustic version of "Stay(I missed you)" by Lisa Loeb is one of my favorites off this album. What do you guys think of the track listing...love it or hate it?



1. My Sharona - The Knack 2. Spin The Bottle - The Julian Hatfield 3 3. Bed Of Roses - The Indians 4. When You Come Back To Me - World Party 5. Going, Going, Gone - The Posies 6. Stay (I Missed You) - Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories 7. All I Want Is You - U2 8. Locked Out - Crowded House 9. Spinning Around Over You - Lenny Kravitz 10. I'm Nuthin' - Ethan Hawke 11. Turnip Farm - Dinosaur Jr. 12. Revival - Me Phi Me 13. Tempted (94) - Squeeze 14. Baby, I Love Your Way - Big Mountain Bonus Tracks: 15. Stay (I Missed You)(Living Room Mix) 16. Add It Up - Ethan Hawke 17. Confusion - New Order 18. Disco Inferno - The Trammps 19. Give A Man A Fish - Arrested Developement 20. Fools Like Me - Lisa Loeb
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PostPosted: 07.05.2004 6:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome mintaburst!



I think Lisa Loeb is wonderful, and as a movie Reality Bites is quite underrated. Overall, though, I am ambivalent about most of the other included artists.



Perhaps we could revise the question to also include the best scores of the Nineties?



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PostPosted: 07.05.2004 3:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would like to nominate Simon Boswell's score for Hardware. As well as Boswell's excellent instrumental passages, it also includes three songs, all of them great tunes: Ministry's 'Stigmata', Motorhead's 'Ace of Spades' and Public Image Limited's absurdly great 'Order of Death'.
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PostPosted: 07.05.2004 3:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

beltmann wrote:
Welcome mintaburst!




I doubt mintaburst will be back; there are far too many other forums he's yet to spam.



C'mon, Eric, I thought your shill-detector was better than that! Cool



But if this thread generates discussion, I suppose I'll let it be.



Best soundtrack of the '90s? What about The Crow -- a dark, heavy mix of industrial, gothic, and hard rock that works beautifully in the film, and also stands on its own. Or maybe Magnolia, with the wonderful music of Aimee Mann. To be honest, I don't own enough soundtracks to give an educated opinion.
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PostPosted: 07.05.2004 3:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Michael B. Scrutchin wrote:
C'mon, Eric, I thought your shill-detector was better than that! Cool


Touche. He/she had already posted in another thread, so I took a chance. Besides, I responded at two in the morning, so cut me some slack, bro. Smile



Like you, I don't feel particularly qualified to pick the best soundtracks or scores, but I can list a few favorites:



Avalon, Randy Newman

Dark City, Trevor Jones

Chelsea Walls, Jeff Tweedy

The Last of the Mohicans, Trevor Jones

Miller's Crossing, Carter Burwell

The Thin Red Line, Hans Zimmer

The Truman Show, Burkhard Dallwitz



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PostPosted: 07.05.2004 4:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

beltmann wrote:
Chelsea Walls, Jeff Tweedy




If only the movie had been half that good...
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