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DAZ
19-05-2004, 16:15
if they made your life into a cliched teen comedy romance type film, what songs would you put in the soundtrack of it to set the different scenes? like...


~ opening credits:
~ waking-up scene:
~ average-day scene:
~ best-friend scene:
~ first-date scene:
~ falling-in-love scene:
~ love scene:
~ fight-with-friend scene:
~ break up scene:
~ get-back-together scene:
~ fights-at-home scene:
~ 'life's okay' scene:
~ heartbreak scene:
~ mental-breakdown scene:
~ driving scene:
~ lesson-learning scene:
~ deep-thought scene:
~ flashback scene:
~ party scene:
~ regret scene:
~ happy-dance song:
~ long-night-alone scene:
~ closing credits:

I stole this from another site and it's harder than it looks!
I filled it in this morning and have changed my mind with half of them already so i'll post my updated soundtrack later!!

XtremeHollywood
19-05-2004, 21:30
~ opening credits: Jimmy Eat World - The Middle
~ waking-up scene: Duran Duran - The Reflex
~ average-day scene: Beck - Tropicalia
~ best-friend scene: Jet - Rollover DJ
~ first-date scene: Stacey Q - Two Of Hearts
~ falling-in-love scene: The La's - There She Goes
~ love scene: Adam Ant - Strip
~ fight-with-friend scene: The Hives - Hate To Say I Told You So
~ break up scene: The Raveonettes - That Great Love Sound
~ get-back-together scene: Q-Feel - Dancing In Heaven
~ fights-at-home scene: Tal Talk - It's My Life
~ 'life's okay' scene: Trio - Da Da Da
~ heartbreak scene: The Hives - Find Another Girl
~ mental-breakdown scene: Raveonettes - The Truth About Johnny
~ driving scene: Gary Numan - Cars
~ lesson-learning scene: Harry Belafonte - Man Smart, Woman Smarter
~ deep-thought scene: Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax
~ flashback scene: Duran Duran - Hungey Like The Wolf
~ party scene: Dee Lite - Groove Is In The Heart
~ regret scene: XTC - Dear God
~ happy-dance song: Dead Or ALive - You Spin Me Round
~ long-night-alone scene: The White Stripes - Death Letter
~ closing credits: Simple Minds - Don't You Forget About Me

Unplugged
20-05-2004, 01:48
Here it is :)

~ opening credits: Marusha - "Deep"
~ waking-up scene: DJ Dero - "Batucada"
~ average-day scene: Nina Simone - "Sugar In My Bowl"
~ best-friend scene: Groove Armada - "My Friend"
~ first-date scene: Reamonn - "Supergirl (Album Version)"
~ falling-in-love scene: Air - "All I Need"
~ love scene: Three 'n One - "Soulfreak"
~ fight-with-friend scene: Placebo - "Special Needs"
~ break up scene: Chicane - "No Ordinary Morning"
~ get-back-together scene: Coldplay - "Everything's not lost"
~ fights-at-home scene: Smith & Mighty feat. Tammy Payne - "Same" :(
~ 'life's okay' scene: Paul van Dyk - "We're Alive"
~ heartbreak scene: Sinead O'Connor - "You Made Me The Thief Of Your Heart" :cry:
~ mental-breakdown scene: Gary Jules - "Mad World"
~ driving scene: Chemical Brothers - "Out of Control"
~ lesson-learning scene: Morcheeba - "Fear and Love"
~ deep-thought scene: Mew - "Comforting Sounds"
~ flashback scene: Sigur Rós - "Untitled #8"
~ party scene: Moby - "Feeling So Real"
~ regret scene: Three Drives On A Vinyl - "Greece 2000 (Original Mix - Vocal Version)"
~ happy-dance song: The Love Comittee - "Love Rules"
~ long-night-alone scene: Schiller - Dancing With Loneliness
~ closing credits: Coldplay - Amsterdam :cry:


I stole this from another site and it's harder than it looks!

Yes, indeed. For some scenes I had to make up my mind between severall songs, because they all addapt to that sort of emotion so well...
But, there can be only one!... So :D

cirrus
20-05-2004, 02:45
I remember seeing this sorta thing before. It is indeed more difficult once you try it. So here goes.

~ opening credits: Echo & The Bunnymen - The Killing Moon
~ waking-up scene: Sneaker Pimps - Six Underground
~ average-day scene: Finlay Quaye & William Orbit - Roll The Dice
~ best-friend scene: Bandits - Catch Me
~ first-date scene: Wolfsheim - Care For You
~ falling-in-love scene: Zero 7 - Destiny
~ love scene: SEX scene! Harry - Imagination
~ fight-with-friend scene: Natalie Imbruglia - Identify
~ break up scene: Depeche Mode - Free Love
~ get-back-together scene: Morcheeba - Blindfold
~ 'life's okay' scene: Badly Drawn Boy - Silent Sigh
~ heartbreak scene: Portishead - Roads
~ mental-breakdown scene: Kent - Before It All Ends
~ driving scene: the Cars - Just What I Needed
~ lesson-learning scene: John Lennon - Imagine
~ deep-thought scene: Massive Attack - Teardrop
~ flashback scene: the Cardigans - Erase & Rewind
~ party scene: Siobhan Donaghy - Overrated
~ regret scene: Ivy - Disappointed
~ happy-dance song: 80s music
~ long-night-alone scene: Sneaker Pimps - The Grazes
~ closing credits: Susie van der Meer - Found You

Unplugged
20-05-2004, 02:59
great soundtrack, cirrus! :done: :yes:

Tom Violence
20-05-2004, 13:18
~ opening credits: Autechre: VI Scose Poise
~ waking-up scene: Aphex Twin: Xtal
~ average-day scene: Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man: Mysteries
~ best-friend scene: Sonic Youth: Theresa's Sound-World
~ first-date scene: Mogwai: 2 Rights Make 1 Wrong
~ falling-in-love scene: Sugarcubes: Birthday
~ sex scene: Air: Le Soleil est Pres de Moi
~ fight-with-friend scene: Sonic Youth: Freezer Burn
~ break up scene: The Vaselines: Son of A Gun
~ get-back-together scene: The Breeders: Off You
~ 'life's okay' scene: Juniper Moon: Me Seinto Mejor
~ heartbreak scene: Pavement: Infinite Spark
~ mental-breakdown scene: Autechre: Gantz Graf
~ lesson-learning scene: Soul Sonic Force: Planet Rock
~ deep-thought scene: Sonic Youth: The Diamond Sea
~ flashback scene: Cornelius: Starfruit Surf-Rider
~ party scene: M/A/R/R/S: Pump Up the Volume
~ regret scene: Boards of Canada: Pete Standing Alone
~ happy-dance song: The Slits: I Heard it Through the Grapevine
~ long-night-alone scene: DJ Shadow: Stem / Long Stem
~ closing credits: Autechre: Lentic Catachresis

Not really that much of a clichéd teen comedy romance, then.

transcend
20-05-2004, 13:26
Tom, I think I should consult you regarding my (definitely to be finished this year) screenplay - music in films is very, very, very important.

DAZ
20-05-2004, 23:22
~ opening credits: It's a Long Way to the top-AC/DC
~ waking-up scene:Good Morning-Blackfoot
~ average-day scene: Numb-U2
~ best-friend scene:Perseverance-Terrorvision
~ first-date scene:Laid-James
~ falling-in-love scene:Mr.E's Beautiful Blues-Eels
~ love scene: Smokebelch II(beatless mix)-Sabres of Paradise
~ fight-with-friend scene:Novocaine for the Soul-The Eels
~ break up scene: Change-Blind Melon
~ get-back-together scene:I believe in a thing called love-Darkness
~ fights-at-home scene:Sunshine on Leith-Proclaimers
~ 'life's okay' scene: Cheers Theme-The Wildhearts
~ heartbreak scene: Bittersweet Symphony-The Verve
~ mental-breakdown scene:Modern Day Tragedy -Levellers
~ driving scene: Free Time-Gamma Ray
~ lesson-learning scene:Hate to Say i Told You So-The Hives
~ deep-thought scene:Comfortably Numb-Pink Floyd
~ flashback scene:Hey Girl,Hey Boy-Chemical Brothers
~ party scene:Tubthumping-Chumbawamba
~ regret scene:The Likes of You and I-Levellers
~ happy-dance song:Round Round-Sugababes
~ long-night-alone scene:Little Lost Sometimes-The Almighty
~ closing credits:Dreaming in A-The Wildhearts

teeny
21-05-2004, 10:18
~ opening credits: Thomas Newman - Main Titles (Scent Of A Woman)
~ waking-up scene: Bangles - Manic Monday
~ average-day scene: Lifehouse - Trying
~ best-friend scene: Oasis - Stand By Me
~ first-date scene: Julie - Shout
~ falling-in-love scene: Roxette - Fading Like A Flower
~ love scene: Bryan Adams - Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?
~ fight-with-friend scene: Westlife - I Don't Wanna Fight
~ break up scene: Espen Lind and Sissel - Where The Lost Ones Go
~ get-back-together scene: Bryan Adams - Take Me Back
~ fights-at-home scene: John Rzeznik - I'm Still Here
~ 'life's okay' scene: Savage Garden - Affirmation
~ heartbreak scene: Jessica Folker - How Will I Know (Who You Are)?
~ mental-breakdown scene: The Verve - Drugs Don't Work
~ driving scene: Garbo - Driving Miss Mia
~ lesson-learning scene: Good Charlotte - Hold On
~ deep-thought scene: Kashmir - Rocket Brothers
~ flashback scene: Alex Parks - Maybe That's What It Takes
~ party scene: Heather Nova - Heart And Shoulder
~ regret scene: Oasis - Don't Look Back In Anger
~ happy-dance song: t.A.T.u. - Show Me Love
~ long-night-alone scene: Elliott Smith - Miss Misery
~ closing credits: Christian - Larmende Stilhed

Not all of the songs may be the best choices, but I couldn't think of better options

Me Am Hulk
21-05-2004, 23:09
~ opening credits: "Breathe Pt. 1 (Speak to Me)" Pink Floyd
~ waking-up scene: "Ugly in the Morning" Faith No More
~ average-day scene: "Five O'Clock World" The Vogues
~ best-friend scene: "You're My Best Friend" Queen
~ first-date scene: "Hey Nineteen" Steely Dan
~ falling-in-love scene: "All The Things She Said" by Mop Top and the Redhead :coctail:
~ love scene: "The Great Gig in the Sky" Pink Floyd
~ fight-with-friend scene: "Burly Brawl - Matrix Soundtrack" Don Davis
~ break up scene: "(I Hate) Everything About You" Ugly Kid Joe
~ get-back-together scene: "Jealous Guy" sung by Bryan Ferry (Lyrics: Lennon)
~ fights-at-home scene: "Love is a Fist" Mr. Bungle
~ 'life's okay' scene: "Black Cow" Steely Dan
~ heartbreak scene: "Same Old Scene" Roxy Music
~ mental-breakdown scene: "Love Reign O'er Me" The Who
~ driving scene: "Nobody Home" Pink Floyd
~ lesson-learning scene: "Entre Nous" Rush
~ deep-thought scene: "Wondrous Stories" Yes
~ flashback scene: "Whale & Wasp" Alice in Chains
~ party scene: "Omobolasire" Prozzak
~ regret scene: "Jealous Guy (reprise)" sung by Bryan Ferry (Lyrics: Lennon)
~ happy-dance song: "September" Earth, Wind & Fire
~ long-night-alone scene: "Stars" Les Faux Lesbaux :coctail:
~ closing credits: "Over Now" Alice In Chains