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Mine's still Grease and Saturday Night Fever
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it's either the soundtrack for say anything or johnny mnemonic
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Old 11-04-01, 03:40 PM
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The Truman Show, hands down.

The Virgin Suicides is also very good.
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The Empire Strikes Back Special Edition. John Williams finest score. I can listen to the entire soundtrack straight through and never skip a track.
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Pink Floyd's The Wall
Phantom of the Paradise
Rocky Horror Picture Show

Certain soundtracks stand out also:

The Big Blue
Cannibal Holocaust
Paris, Texas
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Score-wise is definately Last Of The Mohicans.
Music From And Inspired By-style would be The Crow: City Of Angels -great tracks from Filter (before the big band change) and Toadies
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Repo Man is pretty cool.
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Old 11-05-01, 11:18 AM
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Any film score by Ry Cooder or John Carpenter

honorable mentions for soundtracks
Judgement Night
Angel Heart
Until The End of The World
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Selmasongs (Dancer in the Dark)
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1. Angus
2. Mallrats
3. Rushmore
4. Empire Records
5. Hype!
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Old 11-07-01, 02:58 PM
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In no particular order: Footloose, Rocky Horror, Boogie Nights, Jackie Brown, Vision Quest.

I'm very much into the new wave 80's soundtracks as well: Revenge of the Nerds, Electric Dreams, etc.

For 80's fans...I recommend the VH1 compilation "Big 80's, Big Movies."

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the craft and fight club
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