Our Top 10 Movie Soundtracks

Want to spark some party chatter or get a rousing Facebook debate going? Ask your friends to recommend their favorite movie soundtracks.

Faster than you can say “Twilight,” you’ll have more movie titles than you can shake a clove of garlic at. From the rich, violet funk of Prince’s “Purple Rain” to the giddy ‘60s love songs from “Dirty Dancing,” people can’t help raving about their cinema darlings.

With MyMusicCloud, you can even hear your new finds before you exit the movie theater. Our cloud-based music delivery system has an online music store where you can search, find and download new soundtracks straight to almost any portable device.

You can even alert your Facebook friends to your new discoveries with our convenient “Share” button. Tell them you’re enjoying the soundtrack to “The Hunger Games” or bopping along to an old favorite like “Summer Lovin’” from “Grease.”

Or throw a themed DVD-watching party at home and pre-mix a playlist with MyMusicCloud showcasing all your favorite romantic comedy, ‘70s disco or even horror movie music. Your friends will be amazed!

Here are some of our favorite movie soundtracks to get you started:

1.       Pulp Fiction: Shimmy like John & Uma to this eclectic rock mix.

2.       Grease:  Bubbly high-school pop from the T-Birds and the Pink Ladies.

3.       Trainspotting: Mesmerizing alt rock from Iggy Pop, Blur, and Underworld.

4.       A Hard Day’s Night: Romp along with Beatles classics.

5.       Purple Rain: Dance-happy ‘80s hits from his Royal Purpleness.

6.       Dirty Dancing: Have the time of your life with this ode to ‘60s pop.

7.       Once: Acoustic harmonies for romantics.

8.       Singles: The best of ‘90s grunge.

9.       The Graduate:  Haunting folk from Simon & Garfunkel.

10.     Saturday Night Fever: Hip-shaking fun with the Bee Gees.

What’s your favorite movie soundtrack? Tell us in the comment section below …

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