So...my next OST might be more popular, because it's David Lynch's "Lost Highway". This movie is a surreal film noir and the music supports it very very well. I like it so much, cos it contains many of my favorite artists s.a. Bowie, Trent Reznor, Lou Reed, Barry Adamson, Billy Corgan.
4. Lost Highway
David Bowie - I'm Deranged soundtrack Lost Highway 1997 from Semagik on Vimeo.
5. What maisie knew
A movie with my favorite actress Julianne Moore singing songs from the Kills. What else do I need ? Maybe that the film was done after a Henry James novel ? Perfection.
6. Boys don't cry
This movie was Hilary Swank's amazing breakthrough. A story about a girl who pretends to be boy until the small town people find out...it' hard stuff to watch, it's kinda painful, but you should. Gender issues are more important than ever.
And the soundtrack is a quite interesting one. From Butthole Surfers to The Cars. Find out below.
Here are some more good movie soundtracks, which I want to mention, but I won't go into detail. But if u click on the title, it leads u straight to the informations you need.
- 10 things I hate about you
- Reality bites
- Romeo and Juliet
- The Kids are alright
- Judgement Night
- Lost in Translation
- 500 Days of Summer
- Strange Days
- Donnie Darko
Then we have instrumental soundtracks s.a Fight Club, The Cell, The Fall, Elizabeth etc....
I like those too, if they transport the movie's atmosphere. Especially the OST from The Cell is quite overwhelming.
Here you can watch the whole "The Fall" movie and listen to Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in A major.