I wonder what that song is?
This is a question that has been on the tongues of all moviegoers since soundtracks where added to movies. In the past a song was written specifically for a movie and it would be labeled as the original soundtrack. The soundtrack included not just the one song, but also all the music in the film, for sale as a complete package. The problem with that however is that not everyone wants to buy a whole soundtrack; they might just want a particular tune or just find out what it is. This is where allsoundtracks.org comes in. It is a godsend that makes looking up the official soundtrack list much more convenient for all soundtrack lovers. If you prefer to read about taxes or other issues, you should go for taxnomad.com.
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I hate having a song stuck in my head, especially if it’s from a movie and I don’t know what it’s called. Luckily I can now go to allsoundtracks.org, punch in the movie title and get the whole list of music used in any movie. Whether it is song that is an original score for the movie or a song from somewhere else, I can get it here with ease.
The creators of allsoundtracks.org are constantly on the hunt for new movie scores, so page visitors like us will always find it to be a one-stop shop for all the tunes buzzing in our heads. They constantly take the time to check out new movies and to add the music to the website so that anyone can conveniently and quickly find out what the song titles. At the same time, the creators understand that they could have missed something that we didn’t, which is why they added a suggestions panel so that people like us could let them know about the songs they might not have noticed, which they could also add to the site. Nobody is an expert, but everybody has ears, and that means that even someone who is not in the loop of all the latest movies or music might know of an obscure soundtrack that many can’t seem to figure out. So what are you waiting for? Got a song that we haven’t listed that is very often heard but hardly ever picked up? If yes, give us a shout. We would love to hear about it. No pun intended.