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    They're playing Kelvin Grove Bandstand in Glasgow after our game at and Oarty at the Palace in Linlithgow the next day.
    Cheers, I will try and get to one of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Anyone got any favorite soundtracks or bands that you've discovered on the back of watching something?

    Trainspotting has a great soundtrack, especially for those of us who were in our late teens at the time.

    Twin Peaks new season has had some good tunes on it, got me listening to the Chromatics, who are quite similar to College (featured on the Drive soundtrack, which is also excellent).

    The Leftovers soundtrack was excellent fit the series, not sure how it would go on the drive to work though.

    Any others worth looking out for?
    Leftovers is tremendous. Really cranks up the intensity.
    The composer Max Richter has loads of great stuff. Also played at EIF 2 years ago which was immense.

    I will throw in:
    Full Metal Jacket
    Assault on Precinct 13 (or any John Carpenter really)
    It Follows
    Red Riding, in particular part 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis Toboggan View Post
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    Leftovers is tremendous. Really cranks up the intensity.
    The composer Max Richter has loads of great stuff. Also played at EIF 2 years ago which was immense.

    I will throw in:
    Full Metal Jacket
    Assault on Precinct 13 (or any John Carpenter really)
    It Follows
    Red Riding, in particular part 2
    I looked up Max Richter after seeing The Leftovers.

    High Fidelity has a good soundtrack, also Heat.
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    Cemetery Junction was a very underrated film with a decent soundtrack.
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    One from the heart. Wired juxtopision of Tom Waits and Crystal Gayle that just works.


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    Blade Runner, but that's more a score than soundtrack. Great non the less 👍🏻

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    The Big Lebowski, great film great soundtrack love the Dylan number 'the man in me' I didn't known that one before the film


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    Quote Originally Posted by DrSpaceMonkey View Post
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    Blade Runner, but that's more a score than soundtrack. Great non the less 👍🏻
    Good shout.
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    Restless Natives is superb

    The Acid House is pretty good soundtrack

    but the one i listen/watch to most is From the Sea to the Land Beyond by British Sea Power......check the reviews on Amazon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayrshire Hibee View Post
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    Restless Natives is superb

    The Acid House is pretty good soundtrack

    but the one i listen/watch to most is From the Sea to the Land Beyond by British Sea Power......check the reviews on Amazon

    Restless Natives thers a shout. All personal taste but heres a few random ones Pretty in Pink, Rocky,Boat that rocked, Buster,Black Rain,Highlander and Heat

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    The Big Lebowski, great film great soundtrack love the Dylan number 'the man in me' I didn't known that one before the film
    I didn't know the song until I listened to 'Tribes' (no longer together) cover of this, available on youtube.. beautiful

    Anything by Scorcese usually a goer, thanks to his love of the stones. Goodfellas soundtrack is brilliant, including all the New York/Specter type stuff.

    I enjoyed DJango Unchained's tunes too. Pulp Fiction also.

    Agree with American Pies anaw!

    Thinking about it - Happy Gilmore has a few quality tunes in it as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    I didn't know the song until I listened to 'Tribes' (no longer together) cover of this, available on youtube.. beautiful

    Anything by Scorcese usually a goer, thanks to his love of the stones. Goodfellas soundtrack is brilliant, including all the New York/Specter type stuff.

    I enjoyed DJango Unchained's tunes too. Pulp Fiction also.

    Agree with American Pies anaw!

    Thinking about it - Happy Gilmore has a few quality tunes in it as well
    Showing my age but there are a few good tunes in American Graffiti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Showing my age but there are a few good tunes in American Graffiti.
    the bit where they start racing their cars and Booker T and the MGs 'Green onions' kicks in

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    The Dead Presidents, great film great soundtrack

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    EDtv (great film & soundtrack)

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    Agree with Matty's shout for Hi Fidelity, the film that introduced me to The Beta Band.

    I'll add Dazed & Confused for some classic early 70s Rock such as Sweet Emotion by Aerosmith.
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    Best film soundtracks have to be -

    Quadrophenia and The Wanderers.

    Dirty Dancing and Grease are good shouts too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lgnsh_070362 View Post
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    Best film soundtracks have to be -

    Quadrophenia and The Wanderers.

    Dirty Dancing and Grease are good shouts too.

    Speaking of Quadrophenia, what about Tommy? Although the film is weird and dated now.

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    Speaking of Quadrophenia, what about Tommy? Although the film is weird and dated now.
    Funnily enough I recorded that a few weeks ago from BBC 2 onto my box and looking forward to watching it again when I have the time, this time around with a more mature pair of eyes and ears as I've not seen it since being a young lad growing up in the 70s.

    Another film with a great soundtrack was Animal House, a cracking film with classic songs.

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    Dumb and Dumber had a cracking soundtrack.

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    Speaking of Quadrophenia, what about Tommy? Although the film is weird and dated now.
    I saw The Who perform Tommy in full at the Albert Hall back in March.

    It was great but the gig really went to another level when they finished Tommy and played 5 or 6 of their classics. Daltrey's voice is still incredible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
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    I saw The Who perform Tommy in full at the Albert Hall back in March.

    It was great but the gig really went to another level when they finished Tommy and played 5 or 6 of their classics. Daltrey's voice is still incredible
    Saw them play Tommy at The Hydro. I really enjoyed it as something different and can't see them ever touring that album again given their age. Although hopefully still got many a touring year still left in them.

    The crowd and atmosphere wasn't a patch on Hyde Park for their 50th anniversary though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr White View Post
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    Agree with Matty's shout for Hi Fidelity, the film that introduced me to The Beta Band.

    I'll add Dazed & Confused for some classic early 70s Rock such as Sweet Emotion by Aerosmith.
    The Beta Band were class!
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    A film that surprised me in 2 ways was Drive. Starred Ryan Gosling but film eas excellent the soundtrack however is for me what made it. Sort of 80s synth sound to it all. Movie is really excellent a very polarising film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Trips View Post
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    A film that surprised me in 2 ways was Drive. Starred Ryan Gosling but film eas excellent the soundtrack however is for me what made it. Sort of 80s synth sound to it all. Movie is really excellent a very polarising film.
    Yeah that one's excellent. Some cracking songs on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Yeah that one's excellent. Some cracking songs on it.
    That's weird was just about to post Drive when i noticed the thread. Johnny Jewel had a big hand in it. Look him up on Soundcloud he puts up loads of material. I was up on stage dancing with the band at his Chromatics/Glass Candy gig, some Tuesday night that was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalianwanda View Post
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    That's weird was just about to post Drive when i noticed the thread. Johnny Jewel had a big hand in it. Look him up on Soundcloud he puts up loads of material. I was up on stage dancing with the band at his Chromatics/Glass Candy gig, some Tuesday night that was.
    Chromatics were in the latest Twin Peaks series as well, iirc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    The Beta Band were class!


    I still listen to the 3 EPs from time to time. Steve Mason's solo albums are also excellent.

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