I just listened to The Lion King soundtrack for the first time in years, and its still as good as I remember!
Possibly my favorite movie-music made by Hans Zimmer (talking about the "instrumental" tracks on the cd).
Other soundtracks I find enjoyable:
Requiem for a dream, The Gladiator, 28 Days Later, and The Edge to name a few
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A Clockwork Orange (opened up classical music to me)
Blade Runner (got me listening to Vangelis, and now I own over 10 albums)
Star Wars Chapter 4: A New Hope
Sweeney Todd Original Cast Recording (I know, a musical, not a movie, but great anyway)
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An American Werewolf in London (sadly never released- great collection of songs about the moon!)
Original Star Wars Trilogy
Much Morricone- ESPECIALLY!! The Ecstasy of Gold. It's immense!
The Black Hole- one of John Barry's overlooked greats
Tron Legacy- it's just an amazing fusion of Daft Punk's electronica and orchestral.
Batman- Danny Elfmann classic!
Edit- How could I forget Enter The Dragon and Dirty Harry? Shifrin's a soundtrack genius!
-Sweeney Todd, as listed above it was a musical but there was a movie.
-Little Shop of Horrors, musical once again but theres been 2 movies made. I am actually in my schools production of this playing guitar.
-Nightmare Before Christmas
-Lord of The Rings
Lords of Dogtown
pretty much any movie soundtrack Danny Elfman has composed I enjoy.
Get Him To The Greek by Infant Sorrow. I laugh my ass off when I hear their music.
Halloween by John Carpenter. Probably one of the eeriest scores ever.
28 Days Later by John Murphy. Filled with great ambient sounds, and good, rock-based instrumentals.
All of the Harry Potter scores by John Williams, Patrick Doyle, Nicholas Hooper, and Alexandre Desplat. Enough said, mirite?
The Queen of the Damned by Jonathan Davis and Richard Gibbs. I'm a big fan of the Anne Rice novels that this was based on, and I feel like Jon captured the feel of Lestat's character perfectly.
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children by Nobuo Uematsu and The Black Mages. Great music based on Nobuo's themes from the video game, but almost the entire album has a metal twist on it, which I love. And wonderful choral work.
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