Top Movie Soundtracks

Music and movies are both popular forms of mass art, but when they are combined something amazing happens. The perfect soundtrack can help you remember a particular scene for years. A soundtrack is a carefully curated collection of music that has been designed to create a specific mood or tone. Soundtracks are creative, artistic, experimental and poignant. Scores are composed specifically for movies and contain original music. We take a look here at some of the most iconic soundtracks from fantastic films.

The Blues Brothers (1980)

It’s not difficult to create a soundtrack for a movie based on this genre of music. Both the film and soundtrack include classics by Ray Charles, James Brown and Cab Calloway. The soundtrack is a soul-powerhouse, which it should be for a movie about two blues lovers.

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The Wedding Singer (1998)

This soundtrack is a must-have for fans of eighties music. It features some of those cheesiest, but most popular songs. You’re sure to enjoy the New Order and David Bowie tracks. They also give the film an energy that makes it a comedy. Enjoy great movie soundtracks with your own Home Cinema Installation Cambridge from

Quadrophenia (1979)

The soundtrack is a must-have for this film, which was a classic of its time. With countless songs by The Who and Booker T and the MGs, you can be sure you are in good hands. The soundtrack includes songs by The Ronettes, and James Brown. This is a perfect marriage between music and film.

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TrainspottingĀ  (1996)

The soundtrack of this cult classic is a blood-pumping mix of electronica, rock and Britpop. Danny Boyle’s scenes are energised by edgy, trippy music from artists such as Iggy Pop and Primal Scream. Lou Reed and Underworld also feature.

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