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My favourite is the Superman theme tune.
Although Indiana Jones comes a close second.
Soundtrack or theme? For soundtracks I can't get away from Lalo Schifren's Dirty Harry soundtracks, if I had to pick it'd probably be Magnum Force just edging it.
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The Shaft soundtrack by Isaac Hayes
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Soundtracks is my favourite listening. I have big collection, It is difficult to choose one. There are so many. I see it as a modern symphony. So many composers to choose from. I like Hans Zimmer, Abel Korzeniowski, James Newton, Brian Tyler and so on.
Some soundtracks to try :
The legend of Zoro
The Rum Diary
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My favourits are:
Out of Africa
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Reservoir dogs, pulp fiction and trainspotting.
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Kill Bill (Bang Bang - My baby shot me down).....In fact, the music in most Tarintino films is great.
The Third Man
(Sorry, can't decide)
"Everything has been said before, but since nobody listens we have to keep going back and beginning all over again." André Gide
For soundtracks I can't get away from Lalo Schifren's Dirty Harry soundtracks, if I had to pick it'd probably be Magnum Force just edging it.
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Now that I have laid the thin veneer of masculinity, I am going to go with The Robin Hood Overture from Disney's Robin Hood. Always cheers me up!
Never been a great fan of soundtracks, but every now and then I find myself listening to Velvet Goldmine OST. Great collection of tunes!
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