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    I have a dream too! Sepialove's Avatar
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    Hmmm..Let me think.........

    My Favorite of all time: Lady Sings the Blues - Diana Ross sings Billie Holiday

    Others I have:
    Prince - Purple Rain
    Boomerang (Eddie Murphy movie)-Assorted artists
    Love Jones - R&B artists (plus jazz & poetry)
    West Side Story - Broadway recording
    Chariots of Fire - Vangelis (Instrumental)
    Footloose - Assorted 80's artists
    Love Story - 1970's movie


    Funniest in my Musical Repretoire: Jungle Book (original Disney recording from the 60's) *Its in the vault...Priceless to me*
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    Probably my all-time favorite movie soundtrack is the first one from The Commitments. I can listen to that any time. I love their sound. I even had a friend who was visiting England buy me a CD of Niamh Kavanagh, who is the lead female singer in the songs where the scratchy-voiced guy isn't featured. And THAT is one of my favorite discs now, too.
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    I used to really like getting soundtrack albums, heck still have a couple on vinyl from my childhood (Skateboard the movie, Saturday Night Fever, Grease). Now I tend to hunt down the individual band's cd in most cases but I still have a couple...

    The Lost Boys
    The Crow
    Threesome
    Reality Bites
    She's Having a Baby
    and a very old tape that's before they actually released a soundtrack for Valley Girl (I'm guessing it was made by the guys at the used record store or something cause it has all the music from the movie and the label reads "the unofficial soundtrack for Valley Girl" with a photo copy of a picture from the movie on it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie
    Probably my all-time favorite movie soundtrack is the first one from The Commitments. I can listen to that any time. I love their sound.
    Oh geeze. I totally forgot about The Commitments! I love that soundtrack and I have it on tape.

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    Oh Show -- I have TONS.

    So I Married An Axe Murderer
    Bring It On
    Center Stage
    Forrest Gump
    All That Jazz
    Rocky Horror Picture Show
    City Of Angels
    Pretty Woman
    Eddie & The Cruisers
    Reality Bites
    I Am Sam
    The Commitments
    Boys On The Side
    Pulp Fiction
    Magnolia
    How Stella Got Her Groove Back
    Jesus Christ Superstar
    Godspell
    Moulin Rouge
    Message In A Bottle
    9 ½ Weeks
    The Spy Who Shagged Me
    A Beautiful Mind
    Baghdad Café
    Autumn In New York
    Immortal Beloved
    Somewhere In Time
    1492: The Conquest Of Paradise
    Sense and Sensibility
    The Piano
    Here On Earth
    Cirque du Soleil ‘O’
    Cirque du Soleil ‘Quidam’
    Cirque du Soleil ‘Mystere’

    I always used to browse AND BUY in the "used sountrack" cd section. I also used to have a bunch of 'soundtrack' cassette but when I moved, my sister accidently gave my HUGE SELECTION of cassettes to Goodwill.
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    Hard list to top Jewelsy but here are some esoteric ones:

    Local Hero
    Carwash
    Thank God Its Friday
    Shine
    The Red Violin
    Il Postino
    Hanging Garden
    32 Short Films about Glenn Gould
    Cirque du Soleil - Alegria
    Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
    Oh Brother, Where Art Thou
    Princess Bride
    To Sir With Love
    The Good the Bad and the Ugly
    The Mission
    Prosperos Books
    Legends of the Fall
    Tank Girl
    The Wedding Singer 1 and 2
    About Last Night
    Pulp Fiction
    Get Shorty
    La Bamba
    Last of the Mohicans
    Mermaids
    Moonstruck
    Hedwig and the Angry Inch

    some are on vinyl though.
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    I'm so happy others have the soundtrack to The Lost Boys. I'm NOT a freak, I tell ya!

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    Oh no John - that's a great soundtrack, Cry Little Sister is one of my favorite songs from the 80's.
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    the Honeymoon in Vegas soundtrack is lots of fun, too

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    I love the soundtracks to Jurassic Park, Waterworld, and Hook. Also several Disney film soundtracks.
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