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Empire's Music Playlist Of 2011
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Captain America

Track: ‘Star Spangled Man’
Composer: Alan Menken

Legendary Disney man Alan Menken has eight Oscars adorning his mantlepiece. He may need to clear to clear space for one more. His thrilling homage to the showtunes of George M. Cohan centrepieced Cap’s Busby Berkeley moment and made us want to go out and hang a noose around our own goose-stepping goon from Berlin. Note to lawyers: we didn’t.

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The Drive soundtrack is so freakin' good. More

Posted by Whistler on Thursday December 22, 2011, 23:16

22 My list
Some good choices here - Love the Game of Thrones theme and the Drive soundtrack was definitely one of the best for the last decade - Nightcall is a stunning track and perfect for the film. Some of my choices would also be True Grit - Iris Dement: Leaning on the Everlasting Arms - the final credit song - nearly had me in tears. The Inbetweeners - Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP - We No Speak Americano - horrible song but goes to show you can still create a great scene with a crap track Warrior - About Today - The National - as with the film, a great slice of Americana. Tyrannosaur - We were wasted - The Leisure Society - thanks to its all too brief run I didn't see the film so don't know if the song was in it - but the trailer is enough to see just how good the whole film must be. We Need to Talk about Kevin - Buddy Holly - Everyday - how can such a cheerful and happy song be used to such creepy effect? Hugo - Howard Shore - The Invention of Dreams - even just liMore

Posted by tjf00 on Thursday December 22, 2011, 22:00

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HOW COULD YOU OMIT 'SHADES OF MARBLE' FROM THE SKIN I LIVE IN??? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUMETn0UnqA More

Posted by faris93 on Thursday December 22, 2011, 21:48

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