Top 10 Best Soundtracks

According to my opinion of course…

I love a good soundtrack. Whether it’s a musical score or a bunch of cool indie songs. I have some favorites that I must share with you. And you must listen to them… Or I will hunt you down. 

These are in no particular order because I couldn’t be bothered to decide which ones I like better.


You want to listen to pretty piano and string music that makes you find that happy place in your mind? This is it.



Singing in the Rain is just a great song in reality – the rest of the album is fabulous as well. You’ll never think of Moses and roses the same again…


You’ll feel pretty listening to this soundtrack… Or you’ll want to join a street gang, hold a knife, and dance a lot.



Modern, Edgy, Sleek – am I talking about a car or this soundtrack? This was one of my favorite albums to listen to this summer.


This soundtrack is very indie. If you’re into new music with an awesome vibe you’ll love this album.



I may have this entire album memorized… Word for word…
The songs, the music, it’s all adorable and bouncy and WILL GET STUCK IN YOUR HEAD FOREVER!


My all time favorite movie, so of course I love the score. Gorgeous orchestra numbers! Whenever I have a bad day I put this album on and fall asleep with good dreams.



The score for this movie is phenomenal! Very piratey (is that even a word??) and great to run or exercise to.


This movie has some popular 80s and 90s songs on it along with some indie tracks. It all combos well together for a very feel good album.



All of the Harry Potter scores. Just all of them. If you haven’t listened to them then you are an uncultured swine and I just don’t know what to do with you.

Do your ears, your brain, your soul, and your heart (maybe? I don’t know if you have a heart condition…) a favor and have a listen to them. It will change your life. Or it will at least give you something new to listen to besides Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus… 


2 thoughts on “Top 10 Best Soundtracks

  1. jim harvey (@jharv70) says:

    Nothing from the 80’s? You need something from “King of the Movie Soundtrack”: one Mr. Kenny Loggins. Caddyshack, Footloose, Over the Top, Top Gun, Caddyshack II (that flick was so bad – it shouldn’t count.)

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