Perhaps no group was better suited to score the 2012 thriller-horror film Berberian Sound Studio than Broadcast, and the result of the pairing is a soundtrack that captures burgeoning anxiety, wide-eyed paranoia and primal fear through fragmented bits of disturbing audio.
She’s the One is Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ ninth album and the official soundtrack for the 1996 film of the same name, with production work (by Rick Rubin, Mike Campbell and Petty) that gives these songs a soft glow and loose and rickety feel.
Following the global attention of their last two records in the space of one year, the Eurythmics accepted the commissioned task of soundtracking an adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984 book, generating electronic music that’s as heartfelt as it is terrifying.
This double EP turned US LP is the Beatles’ psychedelic tour de force, chock-full of playful, rich instrumentation and rousing tunes.
This soundtrack album of Beatles songs and George Martin produced orchestral music contains some uncharacteristic but attractive material for the animated film of the same name.
Help! contains the last vestiges of the Fab Four’s initial lively style and at the same time, showing more solemnity in their songs.