A Clockwork Orange is a classic in every sense of the word. It’s a Stanley Kubrick film adaption of a book by the same title written by Anthony Burgess (great book), and it has secured a lifetime position in my top ten favourite movies. I might review it at some point, but for now I am just offering you a chance to download it’s horrorshow soundtrack, get it at the link at the bottom of this page, or you can buy it here.
I don’t need to re explain why I love this movie so much, as you can read my review instead. With a movie this sweet, there’s not much room for explanation anyway. The soundtrack to this movie was perfect, download it rel=”nofollow”here. OR you can buy it here.
When Perfect Dark first came out on the N64 in 2000, I was 10 years old. What a trip that is! I clearly remember hiring it at the video store, as I didn’t have an ‘expansion pak’ for my N64 so I was limited to only playing the ‘combat simulator’, but boy did I have the best time of my childhood life! The game sucked me in and refused to spit me back out, I immediately rushed to the store to get the expansion pak, started the ‘solo mode’ campaign, and the rest is history. This was seriously the most bad ass first person shooter to have ever come out, nothing touches Perfect Dark. I don’t know what happened to my N64, it disappeared along with my youth. But at least I have the soundtrack, what a sweet soundtrack too! Download it here. OR you canbuy it here.
The first Metal Gear Solid game had a certain substance and atmosphere that the subsequent games really lacked, even though Snake Eater was a great game, it didn’t have the gritty minimalist approach of MGS1. Despite its crude graphics it had the most engaging storyline (without the annoying movie length cut scenes), and it had the best stealth game play, due to the genius use of the radar. MGS 1 also had the most bad ass soundtrack; it really shows that Hideo Kojami did his homework, fusing elements of Escape From New York, Blade Runner and Ghost in the Shell to create the ultimate cyber punk, stealth-action gaming experience. This is not going to be a review so I’ll cut to the cheese and deliver the goods: the soundtrack, download it here. OR you can buy it here.
This is one of the anime greats, along with Akira. Typical of a great anime film is the soundtrack, and Ghost in the Shell is no exception. The soundtrack
is incredible, just listen to the track below (taken directly from a scene in the movie) and if you’re not completely blown away then you must be an android. The film is sort of like an anime version of Blade Runner, it questions what it means to be human, and also to what extent we as humans are dependent on technology to function. The movie You can download the whole soundtrack here. OR you can buy it here.