Best Soundtrack of all time

Articles Sep 12, 2019 00:30

The best movie tracks of all time are often characterized by a lot of positive support from the public. There are movie tracks that did not stop in dedicating the artistic value of the film at the time it was born, but also won many prestigious awards such as Oscar.

When we were near the other end of the decade, it was to look back on one of the most important parts of a film: the soundtrack. From the songs that appear in the most compelling parts of the series, the music is tied to the names of the most Suspenone films. Check out a list of movie tracks below.

"My Heart Will Go On" (1997) -Celine Dion

Best Soundtrack of all time
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  As the soundtrack of the classic movie on the tragic wreck of the Titanic, My Heart Will go on was a great success in the step of the artistic operation of Celine Dion, becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time. Even, in 1998, My Heart Will go on is the best-selling song worldwide.  

With the melody of the skin, My heart will go on has made Journey to the past (Anastasia soundtrack) and Go the distance to the white hand. The song is also one of the elements to help Titanic and the love story of Jack-Rose lives today.  

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"When You Believe" (1998) – Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston

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  When You Believe is the most important song by DreamWorks. Boss Jeffrey Katzenberg claimed that the film would be a bit backward when the film's song itself would have decided to succeed the film's revenues rather than vice versa as the traditional (help sell the movie). So all the creative crew of music was mobilized to help the duet between Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey have to reach the most perfect level.  

When You Believe became the first and the final track between Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey by then both began to discolor his own music. Houston began to neglect his career longer to hip-hop. This is the song that can be seen as changing the music path of each person and unfortunately, that change does not make them more successful.

"Beauty and the Beast" (1991) -Celine Dion

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  "The Beauty and the Beast" is a song written by the writer Howard Ashman and composer Alan Menken for the animated film Disney Beauty and The Beasts (1991). The film's theme song, the inspirational Ballad of the stage was first recorded by English, American actress Angela Lansbury as the voice of the character Mrs. Potts, and essentially describes the relationship between the two characters Its main is the Belle and the Beast, namely how the couple learned to accept their differences and in turn changed each other to better.   

The song was also introduced into the live-action 2017; Sung by Emma Thompson as Mrs. Potts in the film, it is also the duet of Ariana Grande and John Legend at the end.  The song version of the Grande and Legend is a reverence for the cover made by Dion and Bryson for the 1991 film.  

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"Skyfall" (2013)-Adele

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"Skyfall" is the theme song of the same-named James Bond film, presented by English singer-songwriter Adele. It was written by Adele and producer Paul Epworth and has the coordination of JAC Redford.

"Skyfall" was released at 0:07 BST on Oct. 5, 2012, as part of the global James Bond Day, celebrating the 50 years of release of Dr. No, the first James Bond film. "Skyfall" became a major commercial success. The song peaked at number one in 11 countries and the top five in many other regions. It quickly went to the top of iTunes charts and peaked at number two in the UK and eighth in the US on the Billboard Hot 100.

As of 2018, "Skyfall" has sold over 7 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling digital singles of all time. "Skyfall" has received various awards, including the Academy Award for Best Original Song, the Brit Award for UK single, the Best Song Critics Award, a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song and a Grammy award for song or Most for Visual Media, thus making it the first Bond theme to win all the aforementioned prizes. During the 85 Academy Awards, Adele first performed the song.

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