||[May. 23rd, 2006|09:10 pm]
Snagged from various:
Movie soundtrack for your life. The rules:
1. Put your music player of choice on shuffle
2. Scene one = first song played, scene two = second, so on.
3. No cheating/skipping
4. Pass it on
Opening Credits: Flash - Queen
Waking Up: To Live and Die in LA - Wang Chung
An Ordinary Day: Josephine - Tori Amos
The First Date: The Turn of a Friendly Card - Alan Parsons Project
Falling in Love: Stay (Acoustic) - Mad at Gravity
The Rumble: Heaven - Talking Heads
The Break-up: I Have a Special Plan for This World - Current 93 (what the bloody hell, iTunes?)
Getting Back Together: Diamond Ring - Bon Jovi (finally one that actually suits the scene)
Life's Okay: Too Much In Love To Care - Andrew Newey & Katrina Murphy
The Mental Breakdown: The Card Song/Shuffle the Pack - Fairport Convention
Cruising: Veni, veni venias - Carl Orff
The Flashback: Boardroom - David Rovics (apparently I am a former soldier and terrorist)
The Frat Party: Whisper - Evanescence (...*eyes* apparently this is a very unusual frat party)
Everybody Dance Now: Holland, 1945 - Neutral Milk Hotel (...well, it's fast enough to dance to...?)
Regretting: Coda (Once More With Feeling) - Sarah Michelle Gellar & James Marsters (Not unsuitable)
The Long Night Alone: Doctor Who (Undisclosed) - Oddsprite (....well, okay then.)
A Death: Sunset Boulevard - John Barrowman
...okay, whoever or whatever came up with that soundtrack either has a thing for unlikely juxtapositions or is just on CRACK.
When I tried this, my death theme was "Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy."
It wouold be an interesting death scene. at least?