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tjf00 -> My list (22/12/2011 10:00:47 PM)

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 listening to it takes you on a cinematic journey

Submarine - Alex Turner - Hiding Tonight - could really pick any one of his brilliant songs from this soundtrack

Whistler -> (22/12/2011 11:16:06 PM)

The Drive soundtrack is so freakin' good.

batmagnet -> No Sean Spillane? (23/12/2011 1:10:22 AM)

I'd say Sean Spillane's soundtrack for The Woman should have been featured. Specifically Distracted.

Radical_Duck -> Good choices here... (23/12/2011 9:37:01 AM)

...but what about Hans Zimmers' Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows???!

guysalisbury -> It's all about........... (23/12/2011 10:35:30 AM)

............. Drive! That track by College is haunting and fits in so perfectly! I get goosebumps when I hear it! Drive for me is a faultless film!

Dr Science -> no love for Tangled? (23/12/2011 11:32:16 AM)

"I've got a dream" made me giggle and heralded an unexpected but welcome return to form for the house of mouse

burtbondy -> Thank you Empire (23/12/2011 12:38:11 PM)

For giving Drive its deserved 5 stars in this months mag.

Dirtyfunkymonkey -> The National - About Today... (23/12/2011 2:36:06 PM)

What?! No love for The National's About Today played to perfection at the end of Warrior. (very good film by the way).

bluedub -> under your spell (23/12/2011 5:24:09 PM)

wheres under your spell from drive????

sifter132 -> (23/12/2011 9:27:22 PM)

Pretty sad that when I read "get that snitch" i think of Harry Potter...

aamoran10 -> Hanna (24/12/2011 12:06:33 AM)

after seeing the brilliant film and hearing the chemical brothers masterpiece of a soundtrack i had to go out and buy it as soon as i left the cinema

Annihilate Now! -> Some Daft Punk love... (24/12/2011 12:12:14 PM)

Good list... I'd probably say that Tron: Legacy probably deserves a mention somewhere (probably for Derezzed... though there are numerous great songs from the soundtrack)... Daft Punk did an excellent job with that film I would say.

Annihilate Now! -> Some Daft Punk love... (24/12/2011 2:24:05 PM)

Good list... I'd probably say that Tron: Legacy probably deserves a mention somewhere (probably for Derezzed... though there are numerous great songs from the soundtrack)... Daft Punk did an excellent job with that film I would say.

elyoda -> Panic Switch (24/12/2011 3:49:42 PM)

If we're having Zeppo from the 'Sucker Punch' trailer then I feel 'Panic Switch' should be thrown in for its contribution to the second half of the trailer - great tune by the Silversun Pickups (1:15 onward, though not necessarily in the right order!).

osh man -> about today the national (24/12/2011 5:40:57 PM)

I agree with the dirty funky monkey.

MovieMogul -> The Skin In Which I Live (25/12/2011 4:31:08 PM)

I'm with Faris - The Skin I Live In was my favourite of the year, muchly looking forward to buying that soundtrack. Hauntingly, hypnotically beautiful.

madcreator12 -> Attack the Block (26/12/2011 12:34:10 PM)

"Blap, blap, blap"!? Ouch. You've just shown your old age. Anyone under 25 could correct you there. The phrase is in fact "BRAP BRAP BRAP" - an onomatopoeia for a gunshot used by 'yoofs'.

thisiscarlijn -> (28/12/2011 12:47:54 PM)

Lots of the songs on this list are also on my playlist. Though I really miss 'Magneto' from the X-Men: First Class track and at least one song from the Thor soundtrack. And I'm agreeing with others that Tron: Legacy's Derezzed shou'ld've had a spot on this list.

Butl3r -> (28/12/2011 5:07:22 PM)

I have been feeling more and more anxious about the fact that i don't remember this year very well.. i had to dig my imdb ratings to get some hold of the year 2011. I need to start a sad and lonely blog just to remember!

In a matter of 2011 movie/tv soundtracks, this is Empire's opinion as staff, i believe. My choices would be Thor - sons of Odin, HP 7.2 - Lily's theme, Statues and Courtyard Apocalypse, Rango - The Sunset Shot (and Stuck in a guacamole and other owl dialogues, also hilarious It's Metaphor's 0.29), Rango Suite. Potc 4 is somewhat awful, but Zimmer/R&G is brilliant. The Three Musketeer's tango based tracks ( Do you know who I am, Concealed weapons tango, and very heroic Round Two) And adding AC revelations trailer music: Woodkid -Iron. Yes, Game of thrones Intro rocks!
Don't hate me! i haven't watched enough films from this year..

Swedle -> Drine! (28/12/2011 6:43:23 PM)

planning on getting the soundtrack so i can put it in my car, roll down the windows and hang around all-night liqeur stores looking menacing...

genlock -> Great selection, but... (29/12/2011 1:27:49 PM)

You forgot the absolute best song used in a movie in 2011: The Knack - My Sharona! Who wasn't coming out of Super 8, humming that fantastic song? You know you were!

iainjames -> Nice choices... (2/1/2012 10:42:04 PM)

...but I had hoped for something from the vastly underrated (and Gosling-starring) Crazy Stupid Love, though - particularly the eerie, sad yet uplifting 'Blood' by The Middle East. A very eclectic and solid soundtrack.

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