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I'm gonna say Bruce Springsteen's 'The Wrestler' from the film of the same name.  Admittedly it plays over the credits, but it's an amazing song.

Contrary to popular opinion, I really liked the scene at the end of 'In The Valley Of Elah' in which (SPOILERS) a song plays as Tommy Lee Jones raises a tattered American flag upside down outside a town building.  I thought the whole scene was very powerful and the music augmented it beautifully.


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1: Trainspotting
2: Midnight Cowboy
3: Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
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Jonny Greenwood's score for There Will Be Blood.

Nick Cave's score for The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford


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Hey Colkurtz,
2 amazing choices you have there. Loved "There Will Be Blood", and also a fan of "The Assassination of Jesse James", but I had no clue that Nick cave did the score for it. I recently finished the "Death Of Bunny Monroe" and was floored by Cave's talent as a writer.
Definitely two good picks you pointed out,
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Hey Colkurtz,
2 amazing choices you have there. Loved "There Will Be Blood", and also a fan of "The Assassination of Jesse James", but I had no clue that Nick cave did the score for it. I recently finished the "Death Of Bunny Monroe" and was floored by Cave's talent as a writer.
Definitely two good picks you pointed out,
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I concur. However, on my way to Long Term Parking before Denmark I am playing Neil Young's soundtrack for Jamurch's and Depp's Dead Man.

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Yup, Cave is a gent of the highest order; musician, novelist, screenwriter & occasional actor. It must be noted too that Bad Seeds co-member Warren Ellis collaborated with him for the soundtracks to The Proposition, Jesse James & The Road.

I haven't read his two novels, they're on the list though. I've heard great things about Munroe.

I've not seen Dead Man in many a moonshine, must rectify that but I know Neil Young rarely steers me wrong.


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I listened to this hundreds of times while writing the third act of Red Sun.



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In no order,I'll give eleven (because one is a tie!):

1) The Dream - Jerry Goldsmith  Total Recall

2) Main Title March - John Williams, Superman

3) The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme) & Yoda and The Force-- John Williams--The Empire Strikes Back

4) Hellraiser - Christopher Young - Hellraiser

5) City of the Angels - Wang Chung To Live and Die in L.A.

6) Like a Dog Chasing Cars - Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard The Dark Knight

7) Logan Through Time - Harry Gregson-Williams - X-Men Origins: Wolverine

8] Bishop's Countdown - James Horner Aliens

9) Halloween Theme - John Carpenter- Halloween

10) Main Title - Brad Fiedel Terminator 2: Judgment Day


Of course, I'm also going to give an honorable mention to the soundtrack of the 1995 film The Hunted, which featured the music of KODO.


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A few of my favorite single tracks from film scores are:

Journey to the Line - The Thin Red Line
J.D. Dies - Public Enemies
Dream Within A Dream - Inception
Billy's Theme - The Departed
Kick Ass - Ghosts of Mars
Man Against Beast - Jaws
Angela Undress - American Beauty
In A Heartbeat - 28 Weeks Later
Bishop's Countdown - Aliens
The Strength of the Righteous - The Untouchables
Charging Fort Wagner - Glory

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