The 30 best movie soundtracks you need in your life
Forget what the snooty musoes think. There's no shame in owning a shelf full of movie soundtracks. No mere compilation albums, the great ones - via their bonding with focused, cinematic works - are fantastic, smartly curated collections of specific mood and tone, even when there isn't a single original track to be found.
Music in the '90s was awesome, but music in movies in the '90s? Even better. The best soundtracks of the era provided a solid selection of unforgettable power ballads (hey, Titanic), influential grunge ('sup, Singles?), and nostalgia (lookin' at you, Forrest Gump).
1.A Hard Day's Night (1964) - The Beatles It was the G7sus4 heard 'round the world. You may not recognize that chord by name, but you'd instantly know it as the ringing opening salvo of ''A Hard Day's Night,'' the soundtrack that turned a nation into a glee club.
The Perfect Guy Soundtrack List Movie (2015) - Tracklist - Listen to full soundtrack songs, the playlist of all of the songs played in the movie, trailers songs, what songs and who sings them, including end credits and scene descriptions.
Why Are Soundtracks Suddenly Back? Because They're Better Than Ever
The Furious 7 soundtrack drove to the top of last week's Billboard 200 albums chart, as the compilation bumped up 2-1 in its fourth week of release and moved 111,000 equivalent album units in the week ending April 12.
Road Trip (soundtrack) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The main title music for the movie, "The University of Ithaca Alma Mater", was not included in the soundtrack album. It was composed by Gordon Henderson, director of the UCLA Bruin Marching Band, and it was recorded by 30 members of the UCLA Band late one night in the UCLA Band Room.