We all have a movie soundtrack that we love, that we periodically listen or that brings us back to special memories.

We propose a selection of 12 soundtracks you have to listen (if you never had), both for the vinyl faithful or for digital format lovers.

You are going to feel strong emotions, especially if you listen them with a good Hifi system…

Here below 12 soundtracks that will make your high-end loudspeakers really happy:

  1. Magical Mystery Tour (1967)
    The film it’s a mystery, even today, but how could we renounce the Beatles “Strawberry Fields” period?
  2. Once upon a time in the West (1968)
    Epic and dreamy, this soundtrack by Ennio Morricone is one of the greatest western classics: the tweeter has the main role in “Your Love” female lyric track with Dulce Pontes.
  3. Jesus Christ Superstar (1970)
    A classic for those who love musicals, to listen at least a couple of times: don’t be unprepared if they give you a ticket show!
  4. Barry Lyndon (1975)
    A journey into classical and traditional music: from Händel to Vivaldi through the Irish folk songs: the famous duel’s track will remain in your head forever.
  5. Apocalypse Now (1979)
    Jim Morrison and the Rolling Stones and much more: the famous helicopters in dolby surround, with the “Ride of the Valkyries” in the background, never tire (and they are a good way to test your high-end speakers).
  6. Blade Runner (1982)
    The soundtrack by Vangelis is a dark-melodic combination of classical compositions performed with synthesizers, reflecting the retro-futuristic environmental background of the Ridley Scott’s movie.
  7. Amadeus (1984)
    From the Figaro’s wedding to the Magic Flute, to the famous Dies Irae: it’s impossible not to recognize the most popular Mozart, and not being fascinated by his genius: all frequencies will give you the best!
  8. Pulp Fiction (1994)
    In Pulp Fiction, rock, alternative and blues music are able to balance the paroxysm of the violence. Among the songs, the unforgettable track “You Never Can Tell” by Chuck Berry, which accompanies the twist of Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega.
  9. Romeo + Juliet (1996)
    A bit of romance: Baz Luhrman’s combination of pop and classical creates the soundtrack of one of the most wonderful love stories in history.
  10. Trainspotting (1996)
    The focal points of the film are accompanied by songs such as “Perfect Day” by Lou Reed or “Think About the Way” by Ice MC with Alexia, which follows the famous trip to London. Among the artists who have emphasized the movie with their songs are the New Order, Damon Albarn, Joy Division and Iggy Pop.
  11. ll favoloso mondo di Amélie (2001)
    This delightful, multi-instrumental soundtrack by Yann Tiersen is made by the piano, the accordion but also by instruments such as the toy piano or the carillon. Amazing!
  12. La La Land (2017)
    Multiple genres – most prominently jazz – and musical stylings collide to create a masterpiece of a soundtrack. If you watch the movie, it’s obvious that both the movie and music plays off of each other. Music is written for scenes, and scenes are directed to the music.

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