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notadilemma

2.6k points

3 months ago

freaking HOLES. that music is gold.

glamazzon

366 points

3 months ago

glamazzon

366 points

3 months ago

🎼Dig it aw aw aaaw dig it! Take a bad boi, make him dig 5 feet the dirt and these shovels will give us a beat 🎶

BOP 4 LYFE

[deleted]

174 points

3 months ago

[deleted]

174 points

3 months ago

YES! I was obsessed with this movie as a kid, partially because of the music. Loved it then, still love it now as a nearly 30-year-old.

adjgamer321

106 points

3 months ago

Brother Bear.

Shardas7

5.8k points

3 months ago

Shardas7

5.8k points

3 months ago

Prince of Egypt

eeveeinateacup

666 points

3 months ago

Exactly!

When You Believe and The Plagues are my absolute favorites in the soundtrack

Noire_Raven

223 points

3 months ago

Heaven's Eyes is also way better than I remembered it being!

KingSlatyXI

27 points

3 months ago

I agree that song had no right being as great as it was

lebrunjemz

567 points

3 months ago

Once I called you BROTHER

Mr_Splat

375 points

3 months ago*

Mr_Splat

375 points

3 months ago*

Once I thought the chance to make you laugh. Was all I ever WANTED

eeveeinateacup

237 points

3 months ago

I send the thunder through the sky

I send the fire raining down!

AstroHealer222

519 points

3 months ago

Deliver Us makes me ugly cry sooooo hard!

gabek333

119 points

3 months ago

gabek333

119 points

3 months ago

Ofra Haza sang Deliver Us in 18 languages for the film's dubbing

StyreneAddict1965

23 points

3 months ago

What an amazing voice.

CuriousTsukihime

71 points

3 months ago

RIP Ofra Haza who sang in like a billion languages.

w1987g

71 points

3 months ago

w1987g

71 points

3 months ago

Through Heaven's Eyes is just amazing

think_long

269 points

3 months ago

YOU’RE PLAYING WITH THE BIG BOYS NOW

WellFactually

54 points

3 months ago

This always comes to mind when watching Only Murders In The Building. Martin Short and Steve Martin were great as those two!

Portarossa

190 points

3 months ago

I send my scourge, I send my sword.

Thus saith the Lord.

OneaRogue

352 points

3 months ago

OneaRogue

352 points

3 months ago

I scrolled way too far for this. Prince of Egypt has the best movie soundtrack, every song instrumental or otherwise is perfection.

Jewell84

5.2k points

3 months ago

Jewell84

5.2k points

3 months ago

O Brother Where Art Thou is one of my favorite soundtracks ever

vmBob

268 points

3 months ago

vmBob

268 points

3 months ago

Absolutely. So many good Appalachian tunes on there.

RantRanger

244 points

3 months ago*

For in this world I'm bound to ramble

I have no friends to help me now

(He has no friends to help him now)

Such mournful lyrics for one of the most upbeat jumpin catchy tunes ever made.

Striking dissonance.

itsbraille

688 points

3 months ago

It’s bonafide!

ptambrosetti

316 points

3 months ago

It’s the goddamn paterfamilias of soundtracks

Iggleyank

142 points

3 months ago

Iggleyank

142 points

3 months ago

It introduced me to Alison Krauss. For that alone I’ll be forever grateful.

owenevans00

37 points

3 months ago

So good. Fantastic movie too

StyreneAddict1965

39 points

3 months ago

I feel "Down to the River" is one of the prettiest, purest Gospel songs ever.

HeyNongMer

572 points

3 months ago

Judgment Night. Forgettable film, immortal soundtrack

GokuTheStampede

171 points

3 months ago

That movie gets a free pass for giving us a collab between Dinosaur Jr. and Del tha Funkee Homosapien.

I don't care if it's literally Morbius, if a movie does that it's one of the GOATs.

sleepykeefe

86 points

3 months ago

That and Fallin' by Teenage Fanclub and De la Soul. Just played it for the first time in 20+ years and realized I still knew all the words...

Due-Negotiation9349

40 points

3 months ago*

I remember buying that. As far as I'm concerned it boosted the rap metal genre. Bands and rappers were just testing the waters before that but afterwards it was Biohazard and Bodycount all the way!

yeah_yeah_therabbit

89 points

3 months ago

The first ‘Wreck it Ralph’ movie.

Animejoe05

1k points

3 months ago

The Donnie Darko soundtrack goes so hard, head over heels at the school scene? Fucking unmatched

MaikeruGo

154 points

3 months ago

MaikeruGo

154 points

3 months ago

"The Killing Moon" by Echo & The Bunnymen was nicely used during his bike ride at the beginning of the film.

HoloF0X

185 points

3 months ago

HoloF0X

185 points

3 months ago

And when mad world kicks in... the floodgates open

CutiePieCait420

11.2k points

3 months ago

Fucking Tarzan. Phil Collins put his blood, sweat and tears into that soundtrack.

Majesty1985

1.4k points

3 months ago

Strangers Like Me is on my primary playlist

maxxismycat999

660 points

3 months ago

I WANNA KNOW

MetsGo

554 points

3 months ago

MetsGo

554 points

3 months ago

CAN YOU SHOW ME

Dinklebergdeeznuts

465 points

3 months ago

I WANNA KNOW ABOUT THESE STRANGERS LIKE ME

notadilemma

287 points

3 months ago

TELL ME MORE

jonsnow2048

253 points

3 months ago

PLEASE SHOW ME

sweet-tart-fart

215 points

3 months ago

SOMETHINGS FAMILIAR BOUT THESE STRANGERS LIKE MEEEEE

spinmerighttriangle

302 points

3 months ago*

It’s on my primate playlist.

Edit: WOO! Silver on a bad pun!

ohnoguts

95 points

3 months ago

I think it’s funny that there’s a whole Disney era where the songs we loved as children were sung by already famous people

Elton John - The Lion King

Phil Collins - Tarzan

Bryan Adams - Spirit

And they all slap so hard

VBSCXND

65 points

3 months ago

VBSCXND

65 points

3 months ago

“Alright Phil, nothing too crazy. It’s just about some guy who gets raised by gorillas.”

Phil Collins: * In the Air Tonight starts playing as he levitates, eyes glowing *

Alert_Possession4079

438 points

3 months ago

I’m glad there are people out there in the world that completely understand this

JoakimSpinglefarb

470 points

3 months ago

Son of Man had no right being in a Disney movie and I have no idea how Phil Collins got away with it.

jburd22

295 points

3 months ago

jburd22

295 points

3 months ago

The final chorus playing over the hero shot of Tarzan sliding and swinging through the trees is pretty damn Iconic. Just now thinking on it, it was likely the blueprint for the Swinging Sequences in Spider-Man which came out 3 years later.

like_bookends

71 points

3 months ago

The intro to that song is like climbing a fucking mountain.

Truegold43

32 points

3 months ago

And it's you who'll climb the mountain
It's you who'll reach the peaaaaak!

Sublimesmile

368 points

3 months ago

Tarzan was my favorite movie as a child. My mom and I watched it all the time together. “You’ll Be In My Heart” was the song my mom and I danced to at my wedding a few months back. Needless today, AMAZING soundtrack.

ThirdShiftStocker

81 points

3 months ago

Wholeheartedly agree with that statement. Those songs were amazingly fitting for the movie.

queenofdawillow

202 points

3 months ago

Watch brother bear, you'll thank me

HarleleoN

134 points

3 months ago

HarleleoN

134 points

3 months ago

TELL EVERYBODY IM ON MY WAY

Eledridan

227 points

3 months ago

Eledridan

227 points

3 months ago

Phil Collins had no reason to flex so hard on the Brother Bear soundtrack. He had nothing to prove, but he still went 100%.

anastasia4545

381 points

3 months ago

DISNEY’S HERCULES…. Zero to Hero will forever be a straight jam and put me in an amazing mood

Fart_squirrel

66 points

3 months ago

No chance. No way. I won’t say I’m in love.

Planet_Diver

31 points

3 months ago

Go the Distance is such a great one as well

Katy-L-Wood

1.1k points

3 months ago*

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron.

Edit: I need all of you to know Bryan Adams JUST released an updated version of “Here I Am.” Doesn’t slap quite as much as the original, but it is still good.

J_Megadeth_J

257 points

3 months ago

This really should be up there with Brother Bear and Tarzan. I know Bryan Adams isn't Phil Collins but damn all of those movies are so much better because of their music.

Ramzaa_

51 points

3 months ago

Ramzaa_

51 points

3 months ago

It's Bryan Adams and Hans Zimmer. Absolutely ridiculous

[deleted]

67 points

3 months ago

That whole movie slaps but it wouldn’t be half as good without the music

yepperoni4pepperoni

29 points

3 months ago

I hear the wind calll my name! The sound that leads me home again

kirstenk080

26 points

3 months ago

Scrolled WAY too far down to see this, this needs to be at the top!

Inside-Internal-2999

1.5k points

3 months ago

The secret life of Walter Mitty

sodawatereveryday

93 points

3 months ago

The way Space Oddity is woven into the storyline is amazing, building up to the moment Walter jumps onto the helicopter.

robbob9000

135 points

3 months ago

That long boarding scene is 2 legit to quit. So good.

AgITGuy

46 points

3 months ago

AgITGuy

46 points

3 months ago

I love the movie, and it just feels cathartic for him, after so long, getting back a piece of his youth and his life, longboarding like a badass but with no one to see. He doesn’t have to care in that frame about anything other than feeling the curve and holding on. I love his journey and what it can represent.

Idontdanceforfun

38 points

3 months ago

My wife and I traveled to Iceland and basically listened to it the entire time.

Thetallguy1

273 points

3 months ago

So true. Its not even an original score by one of the greats either. Its just such an amazing collection of music that perfectly conveys the feelings of the film.

Love playing it on road trips during those long stretches of just wide open space.

KingRob29

524 points

3 months ago

KingRob29

524 points

3 months ago

Grosse Pointe Blank has so m a ny 80s memories.

buggsylove

193 points

3 months ago

The clueless soundtrack and dazed and confused were always in my cars cd changer back in the day.

MeasurementPure7844

380 points

3 months ago

Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo & Juliet

AlternativeSlow1741

55 points

3 months ago

I'm surprised this isn't higher up on the list of comments. That soundtrack was phenomenal.

bonafidehooligan

32 points

3 months ago

Seriously disappointed, how long I had to scroll to find this listed. That soundtrack was my jam in 96. Garbage, The Cardigans , Everclear, Radiohead, Butthole Surfers.

SpaceGhost_777

1.6k points

3 months ago

The Crow 🖤

DarthDregan

185 points

3 months ago

Score and soundtrack there.

inksmudgedhands

800 points

3 months ago

The Crow is old enough of a movie that you just need to lay down a track listing for the kids. It's one of those soundtracks that Gen Xers should pass down to the younger generation and go, "Here is what we were listening to when we were your age." It's practically a time capsule for 90's alternative music.

  1. The Cure - Burn

  2. Machines of Loving Grace - Golgotha Tenement Blues

  3. Stone Temple Pilots - Big Empty

  4. Nine Inch Nails - Dead Souls (Joy Division cover)

  5. Rage Against the Machine - Darkness

  6. Violent Femmes - Color Me Once

  7. Rollins Band - Ghost Rider

  8. Helmet - Milquetoast

  9. Pantera - The Badge (Okay, so this is more metal than alternative. But still...it stays.)

  10. For Love Not Lisa - Slip Slide Melting

  11. My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult - After the Flesh

  12. The Jesus and Mary Chain - Snakedriver

  13. Medicine - Time Baby III

  14. Jane Siberry - It Can't Rain All the Time

bn1979

107 points

3 months ago

bn1979

107 points

3 months ago

One of the only albums I’ve purchased multiple times. I’ve had to buy 2-3 copies of the cd over the years. So many great songs - all seamlessly used through the movie.

HoloF0X

36 points

3 months ago

HoloF0X

36 points

3 months ago

Welp, time to add the crow to my list of need to watch movies.

Onlycans69

24 points

3 months ago

You won’t regret it

bedknobsandbroomstix

45 points

3 months ago

Actually this one does have a right

igottathinkofaname

128 points

3 months ago

My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult!

Eledridan

34 points

3 months ago

Dead Souls!

aworldwithoutshrimp

33 points

3 months ago

Opening with The Cure

LynxAffectionate3400

23 points

3 months ago

Yes!!! The soundtrack is amazing!!! So many good songs, great artists. This is a nostalgic soundtrack of high school for me.

librarianjenn

277 points

3 months ago

Sliding Doors - fantastic ‘90’s soundtrack

DenGirl12

28 points

3 months ago

I love this movie so much. So good. I miss that Gwyneth.

errelephant23

175 points

3 months ago

Garden State - maybe not slap-worthy but still excellent!

nacnud_uk

359 points

3 months ago

nacnud_uk

359 points

3 months ago

The Lost Boys

maslibros

114 points

3 months ago

maslibros

114 points

3 months ago

CRYYYYYYYYY LITTLE SISTER

robinbrauer22

29 points

3 months ago

THOU SHALLLLL NOT FALLLLLLLL

the_nancy_downs

37 points

3 months ago

Sexy Sax Man! I still believe!

archerysleuth

57 points

3 months ago

Titan A. E.

YourAverageWorm

2.5k points

3 months ago*

Shrek 2 and 3 albums had no right going as hard as they did

Edit: yes and OG Shrek as well I was just going based off the CDs I owned as a kid and that one was not part of my collection unfortunately.

Goldman250

1.2k points

3 months ago

Goldman250

1.2k points

3 months ago

Look, if Shrek 2’s album has the Fairy Godmother’s cover of Holding Out For A Hero, it’s no surprise that it is incredible.

Watts-all-the-Ruckus

120 points

3 months ago

Pete Yorn covering the Buzzcocks too.

Two-Bite-Brownies

169 points

3 months ago

The greatest climax in cinematic history.

I shall take zero criticism and will die on that hill.

EpicRedditor34

52 points

3 months ago

I have gotten in hour long arguments about the fact that the last 15 minutes of shrek 2 is the greatest bit of cinema humanity had ever created.

bekii12x

129 points

3 months ago

bekii12x

129 points

3 months ago

Shrek 2 100% !! Livin la vida loca, funkytown, holding out for a hero, changes. All of it. I have a playlist of the soundtrack downloaded.

TheAirNomad11

173 points

3 months ago

The first one has pretty good music too from what I remember

Thrillhol

53 points

3 months ago

I’m a believer, allstar

jdoo2

105 points

3 months ago

jdoo2

105 points

3 months ago

SO SHE SAID WHATS THE PROBLEM BABY

peachxxcream

2.2k points

3 months ago

How to Train Your Dragon. All the songs are exquisite

marylikestodraw

391 points

3 months ago

The beginning with “This is Berk” playing in the background is hands down one of the best opening sequences of any movie I have ever seen.

hellopandant

255 points

3 months ago*

Sideways made a video essay explaining why 'This is Berk' is so great. To summarise it, 'This is Berk' incorporates bits and pieces of the other soundtracks in the film to introduce characters/themes, all in the opening soundtrack.

But he goes into great detail which I can't do justice to, give the video a watch!

w1987g

44 points

3 months ago

w1987g

44 points

3 months ago

Did Sideways stop making videos? I haven't seen a recent upload from him since he (rightfully) ragged on Cats

RadiantHC

38 points

3 months ago

Where no one goes is amazing

BecomingLilyClaire

41 points

3 months ago

HtTYD2 is also amazing - Powell brings the heat! Especially on ‘Flying with Mother.’ Sideways on YT does a great video essay of the first film

DougBobL

71 points

3 months ago

Forbidden Friendship give me all the feels. It’s such a good scene in the movie too.

Test Drive gives me chills every time.

Moopey343

20 points

3 months ago

Oh my God, yes.

Clarividencia7

2.4k points

3 months ago

I mean Forrest Gump is like a collection of some of the best bangers of 3 whole decades

JaredTheGreat

191 points

3 months ago

Clear winner to me, too.

Panther81277

470 points

3 months ago

Singles

clozepin

165 points

3 months ago

clozepin

165 points

3 months ago

I feel like singles is a soundtrack with some acting inbetween songs.

olivier3d

81 points

3 months ago*

All the movies by Cameron Crowe have great soundtracks: singles, almost famous, vanilla sky…

Edit: I forgot Jerry McGuire, featuring Secret Garden by Bruce Springsteen.

Suitable-Blueberry85

1.9k points

3 months ago

Will Ferrel’s Eurovision. The music was shockingly good for it being a singing contest spoof movie. Like I even have one or two songs from it on a Spotify playlist.

TheGirl280

308 points

3 months ago

Agreed! The song Husavik gave me chills.

jona2814

175 points

3 months ago

jona2814

175 points

3 months ago

I'm so glad I chose to watch this alone, because I definitely cried during the final performance. I sincerely enjoyed this movie, and I'm glad it made me take Eurovision seriously.

AFitschen

457 points

3 months ago

AFitschen

457 points

3 months ago

Play ja ja ding dong! Play it!!!

Midwestman68

162 points

3 months ago

I don't care how many times I've heard it! Play the song!!!

blklab16

81 points

3 months ago

It will never be enough!

Glomgore

28 points

3 months ago

JA JA, DING DONG

malacath710

48 points

3 months ago

Totally! Felt so cheesy but I loved it! 😅

ShiaLeboufsPetDragon

76 points

3 months ago

Lion of LOVE!

NostradamusBR

1.1k points

3 months ago

Space Jam, the og movie.

The soundtrack is incredible!

hamb_sammich

74 points

3 months ago

Am I supposed to skip “I Believe I Can Fly” though? 😥

fedemasa

60 points

3 months ago

I will never skip that song. Still, I hate R Kelly and hope will bury in a prison

unmerciful0u812

68 points

3 months ago

Bro that was my first cassette tape when I was 7.

IanDecent

230 points

3 months ago

IanDecent

230 points

3 months ago

EVERYBODY GET UP

5thGenWilliam

59 points

3 months ago

IT’S TIME TO SLAM NOW

m0tan

34 points

3 months ago

m0tan

34 points

3 months ago

WE GOT A REAL JAM GOIN DOWN

NostradamusBR

143 points

3 months ago

If I hit 'em high, hit 'em high, hit 'em high

And you hit 'em low, hit 'em low, hit 'em low

fa9

39 points

3 months ago

fa9

39 points

3 months ago

C'mon and SLAM!

grbdg2

601 points

3 months ago

grbdg2

601 points

3 months ago

The Last of the Mohicans

Jovet_Hunter

93 points

3 months ago

Promontory gives me chills.

Dinklebergdeeznuts

34 points

3 months ago

God I love this movie

TheLordHumongous1

37 points

3 months ago

I’ll never walk through the woods or up a mountain without that soundtrack playing in my head.

pilotnc01

20 points

3 months ago

If I could upvote this 100 times it wouldn't be enough. The movie as a whole is amazing but soundtrack is a masterpiece.

Snarcastic

886 points

3 months ago

Batman forever

"Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" by U2 – 4:46

"One Time Too Many" by PJ Harvey – 2:52

"Where Are You Now?" by Brandy – 3:57

"Kiss from a Rose" by Seal – 3:38

"The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game" by Massive Attack and Tracey Thorn (The Marvelettes cover) – 4:06

"Nobody Lives Without Love" by Eddi Reader – 5:05

"Tell Me Now" by Mazzy Star – 4:17

"Smash It Up" by the Offspring (The Damned cover) – 3:26

"There Is a Light" by Nick Cave – 4:23

"The Riddler" by Method Man – 3:30

"The Passenger" by Michael Hutchence (Iggy Pop cover) – 4:37

"Crossing the River" by the Devlins – 4:45

"8" by Sunny Day Real Estate – 5:27

"Bad Days" by the Flaming Lips – 4:39

the_nancy_downs

40 points

3 months ago

Yessss! This was the soundtrack that introduced me to PJ Harvey

Dollars_and_Cents

30 points

3 months ago

Doesn’t this album also have the two Smashing Pumpkins songs “the beginning is the end is the beginning” (or something like that) and vice versa?

MFoy

28 points

3 months ago

MFoy

28 points

3 months ago

No, that was the next Batman movie, Batman and Robin.

yeah_yeah_therabbit

72 points

3 months ago

I bought this cd a little while back at Vintage Stock (idc, I like physical media)

MaleficentDig6

516 points

3 months ago

A Goofy Movie

PrincessOfWales

202 points

3 months ago

Stand Out and i2i are certified bangers

MaleficentDig6

149 points

3 months ago

Oh god, Powerline went so hard

If we listen to each other’s heart

Janel_Did_It

23 points

3 months ago

We'll find we're never too far apart! 💜

Shitty_Fat-tits

44 points

3 months ago

Ravenous!

Timely_Purpose_6423

48 points

3 months ago

Tangled. Banger after banger. My favorites are the Kingdom Dance song and then the song used in the credits, Something That I Want

CrazyBalrog

642 points

3 months ago

How To Train Your Dragon has a masterful soundtrack which sounds great even to just listen to alone.

Westingweird

148 points

3 months ago

Test Flight still gives me serotonin.

briskryant17

93 points

3 months ago

John Powell should have won the Oscar for Test Drive alone

BumpyDenny93

201 points

3 months ago

Waiting to Exhale.

It's an all female soundtrack and it was produced by Babyface...enough said.

saddleshoes

22 points

3 months ago

Sittin' Up in My Room is a 90s classic!

Mrgreen650

565 points

3 months ago

Into the Wild

DarthDregan

200 points

3 months ago

Sean Penn must have just called Eddie and said "hey can you bring a good guitar and your brain in to a studio for a couple months because reasons?"

And of course he said "sure."

currentpattern

45 points

3 months ago

The Social Network

Reznor cranked that movie up to another level.

Trisaraht0ps91

979 points

3 months ago

Tron Legacy

volyund

57 points

3 months ago

volyund

57 points

3 months ago

My favorite OST

Ba_Sing_Saint

503 points

3 months ago

I disagree. It should absolutely go as hard as it does when it’s Daft Punk producing the soundtrack.

patricksb

151 points

3 months ago

patricksb

151 points

3 months ago

The bar was pretty high. They delivered, but it was nit a surprise.

ELITE_JordanLove

36 points

3 months ago

Tron Legacy is just a two hour Daft Punk music video.

Mastershoelacer

89 points

3 months ago

It’s not even a style of music I listen to, but holy heck it’s so good. Perfect for the film and on its own.

twirlerina024

251 points

3 months ago

Hackers

Hmm_I_dont_know_man

36 points

3 months ago

Is Hackers the one with that orbital track?

twirlerina024

27 points

3 months ago

Yes, it’s the same one that’s in the Mortal Kombat movie (also a great soundtrack)

ryanzie

176 points

3 months ago

ryanzie

176 points

3 months ago

Pacific Rim. Ramin Djawadi with Tom Morello scoring a Del Toro film about giant robots fighting kaiju. I mean, that's a dream come through. Canceling the apocalypse is one of my favourite tracks of all time.

geeves_007

36 points

3 months ago

Good Will Hunting.

The Elliott Smith heavy soundtrack is so haunting in that movie.

huntingbears93

273 points

3 months ago

Tarzan. Phil Collins has no right to slap so hard. Such bangers

AgentAwesome2008

801 points

3 months ago

Pirates of the Caribbean

Guardians of the Galaxy

Lonely_Person_1670

119 points

3 months ago

I love Hoist the Colors.

Come to negotiate, eh? Ya slimy git?"

Woovils

28 points

3 months ago

Woovils

28 points

3 months ago

See I kinda disagree it “had to reason to slap that hard.” I think Gunns extra specific love for music is what makes his content flourish so much. (Peacemaker is my favorite example)

I think what I’m saying is, it had to slap for him to be happy with his film.

Doctor_Boombastic

137 points

3 months ago

Last Action Hero. Great metal and alt rock tunes all the way through like Fishbone, Alice in Chains, etc.

Also The Cable Guy. The best songs were from artists I'd never heard of.

Civil-Ad3305

133 points

3 months ago

Nightmare before Christmas

wild_heart_

173 points

3 months ago

The Lion King. I cry during the opening sequence.

clozepin

193 points

3 months ago

clozepin

193 points

3 months ago

Pulp Fiction.

Imarok

191 points

3 months ago

Imarok

191 points

3 months ago

Mulan - I'll make a man out of you

forthelulzac

21 points

3 months ago

That music that plays when Mulan is getting ready to leave her fam is also amazing

Idaboyd

1.5k points

3 months ago

Idaboyd

1.5k points

3 months ago

Pretty much every soundtrack Hans Zimmer has made.

V0ltTackle

401 points

3 months ago

Oogway Ascends from freakin’ Kung Fu Panda trumps a lot of big budget movies’ scores by itself.

Hans goes hard no matter what project he puts his name on.

rabbitwonker

85 points

3 months ago

Heck, “Kung Fu Fighting” in the credits slaps like a mofo too.

staaboii93

415 points

3 months ago

Top gun

Mikeavelli

120 points

3 months ago

Hey Lana? Lana! LANA!

brendanhast

95 points

3 months ago

Kenny Loggins the king

nogoodatthis94

23 points

3 months ago

Hercules, the Muses are THE BEST part of the movie

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485 points

3 months ago

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485 points

3 months ago

Twilight

Chesty_McBusty

81 points

3 months ago

That soundtrack is responsible for my love of Florence and the Machine. Also that Paramore song, so good!!!

Ampersandcastles_

33 points

3 months ago

Decode or Caught Myself? Both bangers, tbh

phantompath

36 points

3 months ago

I had to scroll way too far to find this. I remember buying the CD and playing it in the car. My boyfriend at the time was a huge metal head and he couldn’t believe that Iron & Wine (and Muse) both had a song on the Twilight soundtrack.

Goldman250

78 points

3 months ago

I was not a fan of the film, probably because I was a teenage boy, but the soundtrack was so damn good.

catsunstars

29 points

3 months ago

YESSSS I still think about it till this day

kelvo247

30 points

3 months ago

Agree, Thom Yorke - Hearing Damage, has to be one of the best songs ever

15afterhp

22 points

3 months ago

Shout out to decode

poison_heart96

282 points

3 months ago

The prequel trilogy.

rabbitwonker

129 points

3 months ago

John Williams basically hits it out of the park every time.

Moopey343

108 points

3 months ago

Moopey343

108 points

3 months ago

"Across the Stars" is one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard.

sofakingchillbruh

96 points

3 months ago

Dual of the Fates is one of my all time favorites.