Salt-N-Pepa – 'Whatta Man'
Elastica – 'Connection'
Garbage – 'Only Happy When It Rains'
TLC – 'Waterfalls'
Nirvana – 'Come As You Are'
No Doubt – 'Just A Girl'
R.E.M – 'Man On The Moon'
Hole – 'Celebrity Skin'
The Bond Series versions..
Did you know that the composer had one of the original versions
with Indian musicals instruments like Sitaar, Tabla & Flute!!!
The Dark Knight trilogy
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone
Bahubali: The Beginning
There are movies which have a satiating background score.
But how about having films, in which the background score tells the story and creates the mood, scene-to-scene, exactly alike what the visuals and performances convey and at times in a more effective manner.
The signature of all these films is their BGM, which achieved what their respective movies achieved on the whole.
When you think of highlights which make these films, be it the scenes, the story, the characters, the acting or anything, the related background score reverberates in your head first.
That's the magic of a background score for a movie, where it isn't seen as a separate entity, rather the very identity of the movie. It's naturally-blended with everything, to the extent that you feel the obviousness of the feeling and the music causing it, as much as the existence of the very movie itself.
These films have achieved just that!
Pulp Fiction !
MI Series... Soundtrack
Bee Gees - Saturday Night Fever
American Graffiti (1973) has the greatest soundtrack ever!
School Of Rock.
I really like the tracks in the movie cause they are all rock songs 😆
When Aerosmith is in it there is nothing more you can say 😆
Guilermo Del Toro's choice of using rock as the background song really gives oomph to the movie. Just listen to it and you'll know what I mean. You won't stop humming or whistling to the tune for a whole day 😆
Trainspotting movie has the greatest music of all time!