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Posted: Apr 2 2006, 10:55 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 2-April 06
Mine is the Lost in Translation OST. I always believe that music plays a huge part in any film and the soundtrack to Lost in Translation is no different. The first track is the first thing you hear in the film, it is a slow relaxing piece that sets up the rest of the album perfectly. Next we have city girl a track by Kevin sheilds (of my bloody valentine) which is a really laid back relaxing song that fits perfectly into the theme of the film itself. Kevin Shields also lends his talents 4 other songs on the album one of which is a my bloody valentine track (one of my favorites by MBV I must add) all of these tracks fit the mood of the film and the album perfectly.
The mood lightens on tracks 7 and 8 as we are treated to the toe tapping too young by Phoenix which is a great song and the quirky Happy End by Kaze Wo Atsumete, both of these songs will put a smile on your face and remind you of of the fun parts of the film. Track number 5, Girls by Death In Vegas is also worth noting, the pure ambiance and atmosphere surrounding this song really draws you in making you want to listen again and again.
Overall the whole album is very relaxing and easy going, it is great for any mood that you are in at the time and after listening to it you will want to watch the film itself and enjoy the music along with the picture to accompany it.