Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by Mastadge, Aug 17, 2005.
Memoirs Of A Giesha
+ James Newton Howard
The Two Towers
+ The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Special Edition (CD+DVD)
(Harry Gregson- Williams)
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (Thomas Newman)
John Williams - Munich
+ Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Patrick Doyle)
It's funny how I seem to own more soundtracks than anything else. I'll get my list up later on.
Patrick Doyle - Mary Shelley`s Frankenstein
John Williams - Angela's Ashes, Decca release w/o dialouge (I've been looking for this one for a while, and finally found it! )
+ Aeon Flux by Graeme Revell
Got GOF for Christmas and bought the 2-Disc Narnia. Both are incredible. I think that's my 1-2 for 05 from a musical perspective.
Wow, my score collection has boomed as of late. Now I've got upwards of 60 scores. Of course, that is in large part due to the fact that I'm a sucker for series. Batman, Godzilla, King Kong, Star Trek, Star Wars, all those nerdy things.
Arthur Honegger, Les MisÃ©rables
Ennio Morricone, Fateless
Dmitry Shostakovich, Hamlet
Ennio Morricone - The Legend of 1900
Conan The Barbarian
The older release...I couldn't afford the expanded one...
ttbk, Riders Of Doom
Men In Black
Mentioned Elsewhere, in no particular order:
Spider man 2
Charlie Chocolate Factory
Children of Dune
Shadows of the Empire
A New Hope SE
Empire Strikes Back SE
Return of the Jedi SE
Phantom Menace Original
Phantom Menace: UE
Attack of the Clones
Revenge of the Sith
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
The Prince of Egypt
Star Trek Astral Symphony
Star Trek The Motion Picture Original
Star Trek The Motion Picture Expanded
Lord of the rings: Fellowship of the Ring
Lord of the rings: The Two Towers
Lord of the rings: Return of the King
Star Wars Trilogy 4 CD Box Set
Star Trek: Insurrection
Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country
Star Trek, The NExt Generation: The Best of Both Worlds
Star Wars: Republic Commando
Star Trek: First Contact
Pirates of the Caribbean
Star Trek: Nemesis
Toy Story 2
Star Trek: Generations
The Time Machine
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Ghostbusters - Gotta love that theme song...
Strong Bad Sings - I'm very sensitive to bees...
Star Trek, the Next Generation: Encounter at Farpoint - With original Next Generation theme
Back to the Future Trilogy Compilation - Too little from BTTF 2, but has the Ride soundtrack...
James Bond themes collection
Jonah: A Veggietales Tales movie - The opening credits can be used in almost ANY fan film...
Veggie Tales Volume 4
Star Trek 30th Anniversary Special
Star Trek Volume 2: The Doomsday Machine/Amok Time - The best Original Star Trek themes ever written.
Raiders of the Lost Ark (Original)
Indiana Jones Trilogy highlights - With "Anything Goes" in English
Superman: The Collection
Beauty and the Beast, the Broadway Musical - A MUST HAVE!
Complete Godzilla Series compilation (Japanese Import)
The Cave - Reinhold Heil & Johnny Klimek
Constantine - Brian Tyler & Klaus Badelt
Veggie Tales - "Have We Got Show For You!"
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The Passion of the Christ
Hostage - Alexandre Desplat
Underworld - Paul Haslinger
Beyond Rangoon - Hans Zimmer
Hi to everyone here. I am new to this site and am slightly confused to what it is all about. Like many of you here, I, too, collect soundtracks and I have a total of 250 and my collection is still growing. I have seen that many of you have rare and expanded soundtracks and was wondering if anyone can tell me where they got them from, as I would like to add them to my collection. look forward to hearing from you. aldrich.
Although I only have 10 or 15 rare soundtracks, most of them I've bought off ebay or used off of Amazon.com or Half.com. I think that one or two have come from here: [link=http://www.buysoundtrax.com/]buysoundtrax.com.[/link] They specialize in hard to come by soundtracks, and they say on their website that "Remember, if you don't see a soundtrack you want on any of our pages, e-mail us and inquire. Chances are, we can unearth it for you." I've emailed them before, and they are quite helpful.
Those are a few places, I'm sure some people know of others you could try.
Most recent additions:
John Powell, The Bourne Supremacy
Debbie Wiseman, Tom's Midnight Garden
Brian Tyler, Annapolis
Harry Gregson-Williams, Shrek 2