Here are some of my favorite soundtrack sites. If you
want to trade links, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org :
MovieMusic.com - Probably the
friendliest and most spacious film score community on the Internet. Has message boards,
member-written reviews, movie music comics, and more.
Film Score Monthly - This great magazine also has a website updated with a new soundtrack article every day.
Filmtracks - This is probably the largest soundtrack review site.
Movietunes - They have sound clips from every new soundtrack release, along with user-submitted reviews.
Soundtrack Express - Another independent soundtrack review site.
Movie Wave - Possibly my favorite Internet soundtrack review site.
Scoreland Soundtrack Reviews - A large independent review site with some of the most well-written reviews on the 'Net.
Cinemusic - A huge catalog of every soundtrack review on the net, along with their own reviews.
Movie Music U.K. - The largest European review site.
Score! Soundtrack Reviews - A new review page that's very good.
Tracksounds - Another new page that has grown very quickly.
Scorelogue - An online soundtrack newsletter.
Film Music on the Web (UK) - Another great European review page with monthly updates of about 25-30 in-depth reviews.
SoundtrackNet - One of the premier review sites, with a huge database of releases.
Music From the Movies - Another huge (600+ reviews) site, with just about any release you could want. Also includes interesting articles and interviews.
Score Central- A new site currently under construction - the design shows promise.
Filmmusic.Com - Almost the very first film music site on the Net. Contains a huge database of every soundtrack release, as well as a continually-updated list of trailer music.
Bill Brown: - composer of music for several popular computer
games - including Quake II. Also does some film work.
Bill Brown Music
The Groovy Yak's Danny Elfman Page
Danny Elfman's Music for a Darkened People
The Groovy Yak's Elliot Goldenthal Shrine
Dan's Tribute to Jerry Goldsmith
As Good As Goldsmith
Lawrence Nash Groupe
The Twelve Mile Reef
Bernard Herrman Web Pages
The James Horner Shrine
The James Horner Web Site
The Official John Ottman Site
The Unofficial Basil Poledouris Page
The Marc Shaiman Project
The Max Steiner Home Page
The Unofficial John Williams Page
The John Williams Web Pages
John Williams Score Review
The John Williams Messageboard
Official Mark Wolfram Website
Film Score Rundowns - Tells instrumentation & key signature for each cue from a collection of scores (Max Steiner, Bernard Herrman, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Jerry Goldsmith, James Horner) Also has an analysis of each track.
Wars Episode I - The Music - This is your one-stop source for
polls, reviews, news, unreleased music, sound clips, and more for
the new Star Wars soundtrack.
Intrada - My favorite place to order soundtracks. Their prices are pretty fair, they have everything, and their service is excellent.
BMG Music Service - Although their soundtrack collection is pretty meager, they have the basic scores that everyone should own. Additionally, you get 12 CDs for about $25. Their classical selection is large, also.
CDNOW - I haven't dealt with them before, but I've heard that they have good service. From what I can tell, they have most in-print soundtracks for prices from about $9 to $14.
Soundtrack Ring site owned by Andrew Drannon.
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