091 – Top Ten Music Scores

This week we celebrate our 100th episode! And it’s a top ten, and this time we’re looking at the best movie scores from the 1980s.

Joining us and bringing his expertise to the list is a huge fan of Eighties Music, 80sHog!

Thanks for joining us Hog! Find him on twitter here, and his blog here !

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4 Responses to 091 – Top Ten Music Scores

  1. Belinda Waley says:

    Brilliant podcast and I am now heading to YouTube to make my list and listen to all of yours.

    Please do another of movie music scores. I’m in love.

  2. Erik Woods says:

    Fun listen. Solid lists all around, with some surprising selections.

    BTW, ALIENS was conducted by James Horner and was performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. ALIEN, composed by Jerry Goldsmith, was performed by The National Philharmonic Orchestra and was conducted by Lionel Newman.

  3. Erik Woods says:

    Poltergeist is a GREAT choice. It’s on my list, HOWEVER, Jerry Goldsmith did NOT score GODFATHER PART II. That was Nino Rota.

  4. Erik Woods says:

    And one more note… “Cry Little Sister” is a song NOT a score cue. THE LOST BOYS score was composed by Thomas Newman.

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