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1. The Graduate (1967)
"Mrs. Robinson"
(uncredited)
Written by Paul Simon
Performed by Simon & Garfunkel
Courtesy of CBS Records

An early version of the song appeared in the motion picture The Graduate and its subsequent soundtrack, while the complete song debuted on their album Bookends (1968).




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2. Yellow Submarine (1968)
Issued as the soundtrack to the film of the same name, performed by The Beatles.

"Yellow Submarine" (originally a 1966 single and on Revolver)
"Only a Northern Song"
"All Together Now"
"Hey Bulldog"
"It's All Too Much"
"All You Need Is Love" (originally a 1967 single and on Magical Mystery Tour)

Only four new Beatles songs appeared on the album, and two were recorded specifically for the film; "All Together Now" and "Hey Bulldog". "Only a Northern Song" had been recorded during the sessions for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, but was set aside from the final running order. "It's All Too Much", like similar numbers recorded immediately following the Sgt. Pepper sessions, was not intended for a specific project.


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3. Angels from Hell (1968)
Features three unavailable tracks by psychedelic rock group Peanut Butter Conspiracy. There are also two otherwise unreleased songs by another psychedelic group, Lollipop Shoppe.

PEANUT BUTTER CONSPIRACY:
No One Says A Word (No Communication)
Crystal Tear
Angels From Hell

LOLLIPOP SHOPPE:
Mr. Madison Avenue
Who’s It Gonna Be?


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4. Legend (1985)
"Loved By The Sun"
Performed by Jon Anderson with Tangerine Dream
Music by Tangerine Dream
Lyrics by Jon Anderson
Produced by 'David Tickle' and Tangerine Dream
Engineered and Mixed by David Tickle

"Is Your Love Strong Enough" (written and performed by Bryan Ferry over the U.S. print's end credits).

Due to the changes in the film from its European and American releases, Legend has two different soundtracks. The first, produced and composed by Jerry Goldsmith, was used for its initial European release and restored in the director's cut edition of the Region 1 DVD release. The second soundtrack features music by German electronic artists Tangerine Dream and was used for the initial theatrical and home video releases in the United States. This soundtrack also includes songs by Jon Anderson of Yes and Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music.


People who added this item 760  Average listal rating (469 ratings) 6.1  IMDB Rating 6.8 
5. Risky Business (1983)
"Love on a Real Train"
"The Dream Is Always the Same"
"No Future (Get off the Babysitter)" – 2:00
"Guido the Killer Pimp" – 4:18
"Lana – 3:51

Written and Performed by Tangerine Dream.

The Tangerine Dream songs were chiefly previously-released compositions, shortened and retitled to correspond to scenes in the movie.


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6. Dead Man (1995)
Soundtrack album by Neil Young. All songs written and composed by Neil Young.

1. "Guitar Solo, No. 1" 5:18
2. "The Round Stones Beneath the Earth" 3:32
3. "Guitar Solo, No. 2" 2:03
4. "Why Does Thou Hide Thyself, Clouds" 2:25
5. "Organ Solo" 1:33
6. "Do You Know How to Use This Weapon?" 4:25
7. "Guitar Solo, No. 3" 4:31
8. "Nobody's Story" 6:36
9. "Guitar Solo, No. 4" 4:22
10. "Stupid White Men" 8:46
11. "Guitar Solo, No. 5" 14:41
12. "Time for You to Leave, William Blake" 0:51
13. "Guitar Solo, No. 6"


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7. Dancer in the Dark (2000)
Studio album Selmasongs: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack Dancer in the Dark by Björk.

"Overture" (Instrumental) – 3:38
"Cvalda" (with Catherine Deneuve) – 4:48
"I've Seen It All" (with Thom Yorke) – 5:29
"Scatterheart" – 6:39
"In The Musicals" – 4:41
"107 Steps" (with Siobhan Fallon) – 2:36
"New World" – 4:23

Track 1 written by Björk and arranged, orchestrated, and conducted by Vincent Mendoza.

Tracks 3, 4, 6 & 7 written by Björk, Sjón & Lars von Trier.

Tracks 2 & 5 written by Björk, Mark Bell, Sjón & Lars von Trier.


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8. Drawing Restraint 9 (2005)
Soundtrack created by Björk in collaboration with her partner Matthew Barney. All songs written by Björk unless otherwise noted.

1. "Gratitude" (written by Barney, Björk) 4:59
2. "Pearl" 3:43
3. "Ambergris March" 3:57
4. "Bath" (written by Björk, Akira Rabelais) 5:07
5. "Hunter Vessel" 6:36
6. "Shimenawa" 2:48
7. "Vessel Shimenawa" 1:54
8. "Storm" (written by Björk, Leila) 5:32
9. "Holographic Entrypoint" (written by Barney) 9:57
10. "Cetacea" (written by Barney, Björk) 3:13
11. "Antarctic Return"


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9. A Different Way (2003)
All songs written and perfofmed by The Knife.

"Real Life Television" – 1:51
"Hannah's Conscious" – 3:41
"Handy-Man" – 2:38
"High School Poem" – 1:22
"New Year's Eve" – 4:04
"Three Boys" – 1:11
"This Is Now" – 3:53
"The Bridge" – 3:50
"Copenhagen" – 1:01
"Wanting to Kill" – 2:18
"Jens's Sneaking" – 1:16
"Vegetarian Restaurant" – 2:32
"At the Café" – 2:39
"A Different Way" – 1:14
"Poetry by Night" – 1:42
"Listen Now" – 2:48

Some tracks on it also appear on the UK release of the duo's self-titled debut album, as well as on their 2003 album, Deep Cuts, which was being made at the same time.


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10. Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973)
"Main Title Theme (Billy)" - 6:07
"Cantina Theme (Workin' for the Law)" - 2:57
"Billy 1" - 3:57
"Bunkhouse Theme" - 2:17
"River Theme" - 1:30
"Turkey Chase" - 3:34
"Knockin' on Heaven's Door" - 2:32
"Final Theme" - 5:23
"Billy 4" - 5:04
"Billy 7" - 2:10

All songs by Bob Dylan.

Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid is a soundtrack album released by Bob Dylan in 1973 for the Sam Peckinpah film of the same name. Dylan himself appeared in the film as the character "Alias". Consisting of primarily instrumental music and inspired by the movie itself, the soundtrack introduced one of Dylan's most beloved songs—and biggest hits—"Knockin' On Heaven's Door", which became a trans-Atlantic Top 20 hit.


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11. Easy Rider (1969)
"Ballad of Easy Rider"
Performed by Roger McGuinn (The Byrds)
Composed by Roger McGuinn

The song was initially released in August 1969 on the Easy Rider soundtrack album as a Roger McGuinn solo performance. It was later issued in an alternate version as a single by McGuinn's band The Byrds on October 1, 1969, performed at a quicker tempo than the soundtrack version.

"It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)"
Performed by Roger McGuinn
Composed by Bob Dylan

Arguably the most widely known cover of the song is that performed by Roger McGuinn for the soundtrack of Easy Rider. Peter Fonda had originally intended to use Dylan's version of the song in the film but after failing to secure the appropriate licensing he asked McGuinn to record a cover of it instead.


People who added this item 1968  Average listal rating (1200 ratings) 7.4  IMDB Rating 7.7 
12. Philadelphia (1993)
"Streets Of Philadelphia"
Produced by Bruce Springsteen and Chuck Plotkin
Written and Performed by Bruce Springsteen
Courtesy of Columbia Records

The song was a critical success and went on to win the Academy Award for Best Original Song and four Grammy Awards. It was later released as a single by Bruce Springsteen and became a hit in many countries.

"Philadelphia"
Written, Produced and Performed by Neil Young
Courtesy of Reprise Records

Neil Young's song was also nominated for another Best Original Song award.


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13. Pet Sematary (1989)
"Pet Sematary"
By Dee Dee Ramone & Daniel Rey
Performed by Ramones
Produced by Jean Beauvoir & Daniel Rey

A new track written specially for the movie, plays over the credits. It was later released as Ramones' single as well on their studio album Brain Drain (1989).


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14. Labyrinth (1986)
Soundtrack album by David Bowie and Trevor Jones.

The following songs were composed and performed by David Bowie in the film. The exception is "Chilly Down", which is performed by the Fieries, a.k.a. The Fire Gang: David Alan Barclay, Karen Prell, Rob Mills and Danny John-Jules.

"Underground" (opening credits)
"Magic Dance" (sometimes known as "Dance Magic")
"Chilly Down"
"As the World Falls Down"
"Within You"
"Underground" (end credits)

Bowie admits in the 1986 documentary Inside the Labyrinth that he had to make baby noises during the "Magic Dance" sequence because the baby in the studio would not.


People who added this item 521  Average listal rating (283 ratings) 7.1  IMDB Rating 7.6 
15. Christiane F. (1981)
Soundtrack by David Bowie.

"V-2 Schneider" (Instrumental) – 3:09
"TVC 15" – 3:29
"Heroes/Helden" (Bowie, Brian Eno) – 6:01
"Boys Keep Swinging" (Bowie, Eno) – 3:16
"Sense of Doubt" (Instrumental) – 3:56
"Station to Station" (live) – 8:42
"Look Back in Anger" (Bowie, Eno) – 3:06
"Stay" – 3:20
"Warszawa" (Instrumental) (Bowie, Eno) – 6:18

Versions of songs that differ from original album versions:

"TVC 15": Single Edit Version.
"Stay": US Single Version


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16. Harold and Maude (1971)
The soundtrack is by Cat Stevens, and includes two songs, “Don’t Be Shy” and “If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out", that he composed specifically for the movie, and which were unavailable on vinyl for over a decade; they were eventually released in 1984 on the compilation Footsteps in the Dark.

"Don't Be Shy"
"On the Road to Find Out"
"I Wish, I Wish"
"Miles from Nowhere"
"Tea for the Tillerman"
"I Think I See the Light"
"Where Do the Children Play?"
"If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out"
"If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out (banjo version)" - previously unreleased
"Trouble"
"Don't Be Shy (alternate version)" - previously unreleased
"If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out (instrumental version)" - previously unreleased


People who added this item 1596  Average listal rating (1009 ratings) 6.6  IMDB Rating 6.8 
17. TRON: Legacy (2010)
Electronic music duo Daft Punk composed the film score. At the time of the 2009 Comic-Con, it was revealed they composed 24 tracks for the film. It is their first film score.


People who added this item 382  Average listal rating (232 ratings) 6.5  IMDB Rating 6.7 
18. Heavy Metal (1981)
Soundtrack by various artists.

"Heavy Metal" (Original Version) (Sammy Hagar) (3:50)
"Heartbeat" (Riggs) (4:20)
"Working in the Coal Mine" (Devo) (2:48)
"Veteran of the Psychic Wars" (Blue Öyster Cult) (4:48)
"Reach Out" (Cheap Trick) (3:35)
"Heavy Metal (Takin' a Ride)" (Don Felder) (5:00)
"True Companion" (Donald Fagen) (5:02)
"Crazy (A Suitable Case for Treatment)" (Nazareth) (3:24)
"Radar Rider" (Riggs) (2:40)
"Open Arms" (Journey) (3:20)
"Queen Bee" (Grand Funk Railroad) (3:11)
"I Must Be Dreamin'" (Cheap Trick) (5:37)
"The Mob Rules" (alternate version) (Black Sabbath) (2:43)
"All of You" (Don Felder) (4:18)
"Prefabricated" (Trust) (2:59)
"Blue Lamp" (Stevie Nicks) (3:48)


Blue Öyster Cult wrote and recorded a song called "Vengeance (The Pact)" for the movie, but the producers declined to use the song because the lyrics provided a capsulized summary of the "Taarna" vignette. "Veteran of the Psychic Wars" was used instead. The album peaked at number 12 on the Billboard chart.


People who added this item 284  Average listal rating (169 ratings) 6.6  IMDB Rating 6.6 
19. Tommy (1975)
Soundtrack album by The Who featuring contributions from numerous artists.

"Overture from Tommy" (perfofmed by The Who)
"Bernie's Holiday Camp" (performed by the Who, with vocals by Oliver Reed, Ann-Margret and Alison Dowling)
"1951/What about the Boy?" (performed by Mott the Hoople, with vocals by Ann-Margret and Oliver Reed)
"Eyesight to the Blind" (performed by Eric Clapton)
"Fiddle About" (performed by the Who, with lead vocals by Keith Moon)
"Sparks" (performed by The Who)
"Pinball Wizard" (performed by Elton John)

The song "Pinball Wizard", performed by Elton John, was a major hit when released as a single.


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20. Dawn of the Dead (1978)
The original score for the film was recorded by long-time Dario Argento collaborators Goblin.

"L'alba Dei Morti Viventi"
"Zombi"
"Safari"
"Torte In Faccia"
"Ai Margini Della Follia"
"Zaratozom"
"La Caccia"
"Tirassegno"
"Oblio"


People who added this item 113  Average listal rating (46 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 7.3 
21. Deep End (1970)
Soundtrack by krautrock band Can.

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22. Alice in the Cities (1974)
Soundtrack by krautrock band Can.

People who added this item 478  Average listal rating (290 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 7.7 
23. Deep Red (1975)
The soundtrack to the film Deep Red was composed and performed by the Italian band Goblin; jazz pianist and composer Giorgio Gaslini collaborated to the film's score by composing, orchestrating and conducting the orchestral-based and jazz-based sections of it.

Includes four songs composed and perfofmed by Goblin:

"Profondo Rosso" - 4:56
"Death Dies" - 4:42
"Mad Puppet" - 5:50
"Wild Session" - 4:59


People who added this item 895  Average listal rating (538 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 7.5 
24. Suspiria (1977)
The soundtrack to the film Suspiria was composed and performed by the Italian band Goblin. A single version of the title track, "Suspiria", was released with the B-side "Blind Concert".

"Suspiria" – 6:01
"Witch" – 3:12
"Opening to the Sighs" – 0:32
"Sighs" – 5:16
"Markos" – 4:05
"Black Forest" – 6:08
"Blind Concert" – 6:16
"Death Valzer" – 1:51


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25. More (1969)
Features a soundtrack written and performed by Pink Floyd, released as the album Soundtrack from the Film More.


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26. Gummo (1997)
Contains songs that were recorded specifically for the film or were featured in the film.

Absu - "The Gold Torques Of Ulaid"
Electric Hellfire Club - "D.W.S.O.B (Devil Worshipping Son Of a Bitch)"
Spazz - "Gummo Love Theme"
Bethlehem - "Schuld Uns'res Knoch'rigen Faltpferd"
Dark Noerd - "Smokin' Husks"
Namanax - "The Medicined Man"
Mortician - "Skin Peeler"
Destroy All Monsters - "Mom's And Dad's Pussy"
Mischa Maisky - "Suite No.2 For Solo Cello In D Minor Prelude"


People who added this item 1294  Average listal rating (824 ratings) 5.5  IMDB Rating
27. The Bodyguard (1992)
Soundtrack album by Whitney Houston.

The movie includes six songs performed by Whitney Houston:

"I Will Always Love You"
"I Have Nothing"
"I'm Every Woman"
"Run to You"
"Queen of the Night"
"Jesus Loves Me"


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28. Batman (1989)
Soundtrack album by Prince.

"The Future" – 4:07
"Electric Chair" – 4:08
"The Arms of Orion" (Prince, Sheena Easton) – 5:02
"Partyman" – 3:11
"Vicki Waiting" – 4:52
"Trust" – 4:24
"Lemon Crush" – 4:15
"Scandalous!" (Prince, John L. Nelson) – 6:15
"Batdance" – 6:13

All songs written by Prince, except where noted

Batman is the eleventh studio album by musician Prince and the soundtrack for the 1989 film Batman. As a Warner Bros. stablemate, Prince's involvement in the soundtrack was designed to leverage the media company's contract-bound talent as well as fulfill the artist's need for a commercial (if not critical) revival. The result was yet another multi-platinum successful cross-media enterprise by Warner Bros., in the vein of Purple Rain. The album was placed #1 on Billboard's album chart for six consecutive weeks. It sold nearly three million copies in the United States alone.


People who added this item 1228  Average listal rating (821 ratings) 6.8  IMDB Rating 7.2 
29. Highlander (1986)
Soundtrack by Queen

"A Kind Of Magic"
"One Year Of Love"
"Who Wants To Live Forever"
"Hammer To Fall"
"Princes of the Universe"
"Gimme the Prize (Kurgan's Theme)"
"A Dozen Red Roses for my Darling"
"New York, New York"

The original orchestral score was composed by Michael Kamen and the soundtrack includes several songs by Queen, such as "Hammer to Fall" and "Princes of the Universe," which was also used in the Highlander television series title sequence. Queen wrote many of the songs specifically to match the mood of the scenes when the songs were played, notably Brian May's "Who Wants to Live Forever," concerning the doomed love of Connor and his wife Heather.


People who added this item 144  Average listal rating (89 ratings) 6.1  IMDB Rating 6.3 
30. Purple Rain (1984)
Soundtrack by Prince

People who added this item 6557  Average listal rating (4358 ratings) 7.9  IMDB Rating 8.5 
31. The Lion King (1994)
Contains songs from the film written by Elton John and Tim Rice, and a score composed by Hans Zimmer. Elton John has a dual role of performer for several tracks.

Music and performance by Elton John:

"Circle of Life"
"I Just Can't Wait to Be King"
"Can You Feel the Love Tonight (End Title)"

Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Tim Rice, performed by various artists:

"Be Prepared"
"Hakuna Matata"


People who added this item 127  Average listal rating (77 ratings) 6.6  IMDB Rating 6.7 
32. Where the Buffalo Roam (1980)
Soundtrack album by various artists. Includes seven new songs perfofmed by Neil Young:

"Buffalo Stomp" – performed by Neil Young with the Wild Bill Band of Strings
"Ode to Wild Bill #1" – written and performed by Neil Young
"Ode to Wild Bill #2 – written and performed by Neil Young
"Home, Home on the Range" – written by Brewster Higley and Daniel Kelley; performed by Neil Young
"Ode to Wild Bill #3" (plus dialogue) – written and performed by Neil Young
"Ode to Wild Bill #4" – written and performed by Neil Young
"Buffalo Stomp Refrain" – performed by Neil Young with the Wild Bill Band of Strings


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33. Psych-Out (1968)
Features four songs from 1960s psychedelic rock band Strawberry Alarm Clock, along with a new song "Pretty Song from Psych-Out" appeared on the band's second album "Wake Up...It's Tomorrow", but performed by The Storybook instead of the Clock. Has also a shorter edit of Alarm Clock's song "The World's On Fire".



People who added this item 289  Average listal rating (134 ratings) 6.7  IMDB Rating 6.4 
34. Norwegian Wood (2010)
Music by Can

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35. The Buddha of Suburbia (1993)
Soundtrack album by David Bowie. All songs written and performed by Bowie.

"Buddha of Suburbia" – 4:28
"Sex and the Church" – 6:25
"South Horizon" – 5:26
"The Mysteries" – 7:12
"Bleed Like a Craze, Dad" – 5:22
"Strangers When We Meet" – 4:58
"Dead Against It" – 5:48
"Untitled No. 1" – 5:01
"Ian Fish, UK Heir" – 6:27
"Buddha of Suburbia" (featuring Lenny Kravitz on guitar) – 4:19


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36. I Walk the Line (1970)
Soundtrack album by Johnny Cash.

"Flesh and Blood" (Cash) – 2:39
"I Walk the Line" (Cash) – 3:29
"Hungry" (Cash) – 1:40
"This Town" (Cash) – 2:30
"This Side of the Law" (Cash) – 2:54
"Flesh and Blood" [Instrumental Version] (Cash) – 2:10
"'Cause I Love You" (Cash) – 1:48
"'Cause I Love You" [Instrumental Version] (Cash) – 1:46
"The World's Gonna Fall on You" (Cash) – 2:06
"Face of Despair" (Cash) – 3:36
"Standing on the Promises" / "Amazing Grace" (Celso Carter / John Newton, Bill Walker) – 3:04



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37. Dune (1984)
Soundtrack album by Toto — their first and only film score — but one track was contributed by Brian Eno.


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38. Velvet Goldmine (1998)
The soundtrack features new songs written for the film by Pulp, Shudder to Think and Grant Lee Buffalo, as well as many early glam rock compositions, both covers and original versions.


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39. Show Me Love (1998)
Swedish band Broder Daniel, who contributed three English language songs to the movie, released an EP entitled Fucking Åmål.

"Whirlwind"
"I'll Be Gone"
"Underground"


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40. The Family Way (1966)
Soundtrack album by Paul McCartney. All songs by Paul McCartney.


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41. Wonderwall (1968)
Wonderwall Music is George Harrison's first solo album and the soundtrack to the film Wonderwall. All songs by George Harrison.


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42. Castaway (1986)
"BE KIND TO MY MISTAKES"
Written and Performed by Kate Bush
Courtesy of EMI Records

Later appeared on the 1997 re-release of her album Hounds of Love.

"CHEMISTRY"
Written by Brian Eno and Jon Hassell
Published by EG Music Ltd.
Released on Editions EG


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43. One from the Heart (1982)
Soundtrack album by Tom Waits and Crystal Gayle.

Crystal Gayle features prominently on the record, performing either solo or in duets with Waits. All songs written by Tom Waits.

Nominated for an Academy Award for best original score.


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44. Into the Wild (2007)
Soundtrack album by Eddie Vedder.

Vedder won a 2008 Golden Globe Award for the song "Guaranteed" from Into the Wild.


People who added this item 2667  Average listal rating (1699 ratings) 6.2  IMDB Rating 6.8 
45. Top Gun (1986)
"Take My Breath Away"
Written by Giorgio Moroder & Tom Whitlock
Performed by Berlin
Produced by Giorgio Moroder

A love song from the film Top Gun (1986). The song was written by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock, performed by the band Berlin. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, as well as the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song in 1986.


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46. The Wrestler (2008)
"The Wrestler"
Written and Performed by Bruce Springsteen
Courtesy of Columbia Records

A new Bruce Springsteen song, also titled "The Wrestler", plays over the film's closing credits. Later released on Springsteen's 2009 album "Working on a Dream" as a bonus track.

Was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song.


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47. Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (1968)
The Spencer Davis Group provided most of the music and made a cameo appearance in the film. The title track "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" was written and performed by Traffic.


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48. The Park Is Mine (1986)
Music by Tangerine Dream

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49. Thief (1981)
Music by Tangerine Dream

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50. The Proposition (2005)
The music was composed and performed by Nick Cave and violinist Warren Ellis.



 

Film soundtracks or song(s) by various music artists (no film composers), recorded for the film specially. Some of the songs were afterwards published also on an album, as an album or as a single.

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Posted: 1 year, 3 months ago at Jul 8 10:52
Simon had only one verse and the chorus for the movie. He hummed and la-la-la'd to fill in during the movie squence. He had to write the rest of the verses so he could record a completed song on the album.

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