Monday, February 23, 2009

Friday The 13th (2009)

Here's the soundtrack for the recent remake of Friday The 13th. I must admit that I was skeptical about this movie going into it because I had seen all of the movies in the original series. This movie by no means was a cheap ripoff remake. The Jason in this movie was a cold-blooded mofo. I was pleasantly surprised by what I saw in this movie. Enjoy....

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Trent: Where the fuck are you, going?
Jenna: Right now, I feel safer with him than I do with you.
Trent: You just dug your own grave, bitch.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

The Dark Knight

This movie was owned by Heath Ledger (who deserved his Oscar by the way). Just watching him chew up the scenery put chills down my spine. I thought that Jack Nicholson was the definitive Joker until I saw this movie. Enjoy this deluxe soundtrack....

The Dark Knight Discs 1 & 2
Disc 1 Run Time 1:13:31
Disc 2 Run Time 1:12:51

Disc 1:
01 Why So Serious 9:14
02 I'm Not A Hero 6:34
03 Harvey Two-Face 6:16
04 Aggressive Expansion 4:35
05 Always A Catch 1:39
06 Blood On My Hands 2:16
07 A Little Push 2:42
08 Like A Dog Chasing Cars 5:02
09 I Am The Batman 1:59
10 And I Thought My Jokes Were Bad 2:28
11 Agent Of Chaos 6:55
12 Introduce A Little Anarchy 3:42
13 Watch The World Burn 3:47
14 A Dark Knight 16:15

Disc 2:
01 Bank Robbery (Prologue) 5:23
02 Buyer Beware 2:55
03 Halfway To Hong Kong 3:43
04 Decent Men In An Indecent Time 2:50
05 You're Gonna Love Me 4:51
06 Chance 3:33
07 You Complete Me 4:50
08 The Ferries 9:57
09 We Are Tonight's Entertainment 5:37
10 A Watchful Guardian 6:45
11 Why So Serious (Crystal Method Remix) 5:30
12 Poor Choice Of Words (Paul Van Dyk Remix) 6:14
13 Gunpowder And Gasoline (Mel Wesson Remix) 4:33
14 Rory's First Kiss 6:03

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Harvey Dent: Alfred, right?
Alfred Pennyworth: That's right, sir.
Harvey Dent: Yeah, Rachel talks about you all the time. You've known her, her whole life!
Alfred Pennyworth: Oh, not yet, sir.
Harvey Dent: Heh heh heh. Any psychotic ex-boyfriends I should be aware of?
Alfred Pennyworth: [smiles] Oh, you have no idea.

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The Joker: I want... my phone call. I want it. I want it! I want my phone call!
Detective Stephens: That's nice.
The Joker: How many of your friends have I killed?
Detective Stephens: I'm a twenty-year man. I can tell the difference between punks who need a little lesson in manners, and the freaks like you who just enjoy it.
Detective Stephens: And you've killed six of my friends.
[Joker, pretending amazement, mouths "six?"]

Batman: The Musical

Here was a bit of an oddity that I ran across as a torrent. I remember hearing about a musical based upon Batman with music & lyrics by Jim Steinman. In a way, I'm glad that this disn't see the light of day, because I can't picture Batman beating someone down and singing a song at the same time. Listen & enjoy what came close to being a reality....

Track Listing:
01 Gotham City / The Graveyard Shift – Emily Pulley & Jim Steinman
02 In The Land Of The Pig, The Butcher Is King – Rob Evan & Elaine Caswell
03 Not Allowed To Love – Jim Steinman
04 The Joker’s Song (Wonderful Toys) – Jim Steinman
05 The Catwoman’s Song (I Need All The Love I Can Get) – Karine Hannah & Jim Steinman
06 We’re Still The Children We Once Were – Jim Steinman
07 Cry To Heaven – Kyle “Scarpia” Gordon
08 Not Allowed To Love (Pop Version) – Markus Lovett & Karine Hannah
09 Not Allowed To Love (Dance Version) – Karine Hannah & Jim Steinman

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Batman - The Musical

Sunday, February 15, 2009


Here's something you don't see that very often, two different soundtracks from the same movie. Here's the reason why (thanks to IMDB):

"Richard Branson's Virgin Films, the production company bankrolling the movie, had wanted a commercially viable pop act to compose the music for the film to increase its market potential. Originally they approached David Bowie, who had used Orwell's novel as inspiration for some songs on his 1974 album, "Diamond Dogs", but he demanded too much money for the job. They opted instead for Eurythmics, who had initially turned down the offer but later accepted. The director Michael Radford was unaware of this plan and had already hired Dominic Muldowney to compose the entirety of the film's musical score. Virgin Films exercised their right of final cut and dubbed in some of the Eurythmics score for the film's theatrical release. Radford was displeased with this development and retaliated by withdrawing the film for consideration for BAFTA award for Best Picture. When the film did win the Evening Standard award for Best Film of the Year, Radford took the opportunity to denounce the Eurythmics involvement in his acceptance speech at the nationally televised ceremony."

So, here's the soundtracks by both the Eurythmics and Dominic Muldowney. Enjoy....

Dominic Muldowney - 1984 (Original Score)

Eurythmics - 1984 (For The Love Of Big Brother)

Friday The 13th Special Edition

Here's an anthology comprising of music from the first eight Fridays, which were released by Paramount Pictures. This is another fan-made effort because I haven't seen this one available in any of the retail outlets. Enjoy....

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Officer Dorf: What you been smoking, boy?
Jack: Smoke? Don't smoke causes cancer.
Officer Dorf: You know what I mean! What, you just get off a spaceship or something? Come on, Coloumbian gold, man. Hash, the grass, the weed, dig it?
Officer Dorf: You kids keep your noses clean, you understand? You'll be hearing from me if you don't! We ain't gonna stand for any weirdness out here!

My Bloody Valentine 3D

Here's the soundtrack for My Bloody Valentine 3D. I personally haven't seen this one yet, but I haven't heard anything bad about it yet. Enjoy....

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Irene: I'm not a whore!
Frank the Trucker: [tossing her a $20 bill] You are now!