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aTomiK
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quote:
Originally posted by Bodhi Zephyr:
aTomiK - great list! Near Dark is a great score! John Carpenter's scores too but hard to come by..

I love 'Less Than Zero' score too, Point Break, Tango & Cash... so many.. I think we should all move over to the '80s music section!

Yeah, there were some pretty cool soundtracks also in the early 90s.

Navy Seals, Ford Fairlane, Bill & Ted´s Bogus Journey, Days of Thunder,
Don´t Tell Mom the Babysitter´s dead, Highlander II, If Looks Could Kill, Point Break etc.

Here´s another 80´s soundtracks thread i think you should visit.

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Here's something cool. Have you guys ever heard a soundtrack before watching the movie for the first time? I did this with Thief Of Hearts. I had the soundtrack way before I ever watched the movie. I love that soundtrack, so I got to know the songs by heart, and then when I finally watched the movie for the first time, it was a really cool experience. I think I enjoyed the movie even more because of it.

I had Heavenly Bodies soundtrack before the movie
and loved to hear all the cool tunes when i watched the flick.
It really is a cool experience.

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John Carepenter is so talented. Although I don't think that he can read music, he does a bang-up job with his scores. They are so distinctive, nay legendary. A friend of mine, who is the biggest Carpenter fan in the world (he actually tries to defend "Village of the Damned" as a good movie--he's hopeless), actually has a copy of the vinyl "Big Trouble in Little China" by Carpenter's group, The Coup de Villes. I think that he could get huge dinero on ebay for that because I believe that Carpenter only had 500 copies or so of it pressed, and he gave them out to friends as a Christmas gift or something.
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Wow, that really is a collectors item.
I love The Coupe de Villes song and music video on the Big Trouble in Little China dvd.

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My friend who loves Carpenter reports from the Toronto International Film Festival that Carpenter's "The Ward" is outstanding, a return to pre-90's form for JC. Sadly, a Los Angeles judge would not let JC out of jury duty to attend the world premiere of his own movie this week!!!

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SA - Sounds like an interesting approach!
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quote:
Originally posted by Crash:
My friend who loves Carpenter reports from the Toronto International Film Festival that Carpenter's "The Ward" is outstanding, a return to pre-90's form for JC.

i have been waiting for THE WARD. read a bit about it and was wondering when it was going to be released.
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I don't know when "The Ward" is coming out. It played Toronto, but I don't know if it was picked up by a distributor for U.S. and Canada.
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Just won "The Wraith Soundtrack" on Ebay for £7.50 delivered...can you say BARGAIN!!!
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just got cobra soundtrack on cd for under £5,it must have been reissued because when i went to purchase it a while back it was going for silly money!
robert tepper - angel of the city http://youtu.be/gigx66JCGT4 .

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Any one got Fright Night part 2 Soundtrack?
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St. Elmo's Fire
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I want the Heavenly Bodies soundtrack.

It would be really something that could then go with the film.

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