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aTomiK
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1. Assault on Precinct 13 (John Carpenter)
2. Conan the Barbarian (Basil Poledouris)
3. Halloween II (John Carpenter) This version has more punch [Smile]
4. The Terminator (Brad Fiedel)
5. Blade Runner (Vangelis)


It could also be all Carpenter but i cut it down to two [Cool]

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i forgot about nick and masa theme from black rain, i would have to put that one in the list
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quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
1. Assault on Precinct 13 (John Carpenter)
2. Conan the Barbarian (Basil Poledouris)
3. Halloween II (John Carpenter) This version has more punch [Smile]
4. The Terminator (Brad Fiedel)
5. Blade Runner (Vangelis)


It could also be all Carpenter but i cut it down to two [Cool]

Say aTomiK which theme from Bladerunner do you prefer more the ending titles or the love theme.

I have to say the love theme for the saxaphone it sounds more Noir like.

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I have collected most of the John Carpenter soundtracks, only missing The Fog, and Christine. And the Thing, even though that was Ennio Morricone.

It may just be me there Good Package but, I would think that theme would be seperate from song off soundtrack, otherwise it might be even harder to narrow down. I'm having enough trouble just picking out best themes, I almost want to do it by genera instead.

In fact I will, my list goes a little like this.

Horror / Suspence
1. The Shining
2. Chariots of the Pumpkins Halloween III
3. Hellraiser
4. Nightmare on Elm St.
5. Creepshow

Children of the Corn, Pumpkinhead, Pretty Much all John Carpenter's films and Italian Horror films, Pino Donaggio great music.

Action Adventure

1. Indiana Jones like the Temple of Doom variation.
2. Super Man
3. Batman the Danny Elfman version
4. Tango and Cash
5. The Best Conan the Barbarian the Anvil of Crom by Basil Poledouris


Sceince Fiction.

1. Aliens
2. Predator
3. Terminator.
4. Robocop Another Poledouris hit action theme
5. Star Wars

Westerns

1. Tombstone
2. Quiggly Down Under Poledouris strikes agian
3. Magnificent Seven
4. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
5. Pretty much anything else Ennio Morricone makes.

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Dutch, it´s the end titles tune i like better.
The love theme is good too!

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lets change it up a bit, the top 5 album covers
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1: GNR, Appetite For Destruction 1987 (Original Cover)

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2: Van Halen, 1984

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3: Pink Floyd, The Wall 1979

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4: The Doors, Strange Days 1967

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5: Madness, One Step Beyond 1979

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I like the Appetite for Destruction Bernie, what a great album also.

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AND ANY IRON MAIDEN COVER

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^ Off-Topic: My favourite album by Tom Waits.

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I have never seen that Whitesnake album cover but mark me down as an instant fan [Big Grin]
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im looking for a t shirt of it
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the doors strange days is a wild one
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Go to one of those make your own t shirt places.

I have always been a massive fan of The Doors.

Here's one of me a couple years back at Jim Morrison's grave assuming those conspiracy theories aren't true:

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OMG, Bernie.. you have no legs ! [Razz] [Razz]
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I'm hovering [Big Grin] and very high too [Wink]
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all right top 5 bank robbery movies, or top 5 most clever robberies in movies
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Bernie, great calls on the album covers. I have always been a huge fan of the Dark Side Album cover. So simple yet so sweet.

Led Zepplin IV
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
Pearl Jam Vitalogy
Jerry Garcia And David Grisman - Pizza Tapes

Ya that Whitesnake one is pretty dang sweet!

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Top Five Robbery Movies
1. Heat
2. The Silent Partner
3. Inception
4. The Great Train Robbery
5. Reservoir Dogs

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1. The Great Train Robbery I was going to say that one too.
You know I've been wanting to see The Silent Partner.
2. Thief - with James Caan
3. Quick Change
4. Taking of Pelham 1,2,3 with Walter Mathau
5. The Sting

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All of your 2-5 choices would be honorable mentions on my list. The Silent Partner is just fantastic, a lost masterpiece that few know about and fewer have seen.
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I saw a little clip of The Silent Parnter on Terror in the Aisles and thought what is this. That movie was great for turning me onto other movies, plus I like Donald Pleasance.

You know I remember thinking when I first watched the film that it was just okay, but I've been wanting to watch Alone in the Dark with Jack Palance, Donald Pleasence, and Martin Landau agian.

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But.. but.. but, you guys are totally forgetting The Italian Job (the 1969 original ofcourse) !
It's essential viewing, with a lovely 'happy' ending. [Razz]

Also : Grand Slam (1967) , with Klaus Kinski.

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No particular order:

The Italian Job
The First Great Train Robbery
Goldfinger
The Sting
Stop, Or My Mom Will Shoot (OK, just kidding, let's swap this one for The Big Job (1965 British comedy with much of the Carry On crew)

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