It seems like Nurse Hatchet wanted to surprise update her list again. This list was at one time a top ten, then a top fifteen, a top twenty, twenty one, and now we have made it to a Top 40.(ummm…now a top 41) I will be honest, Nurse Hatchet can send me the menu items at the local Burger King and I know she is so loved and well-liked by the fans and our readers, we would post it with a smile. If you are not familiar with who she is, or what she has to offer, hunt her down on the social media she is always on and chatting it up with all of you about her passions which are music and gore. Plus she is all over YouTube in some very fun videos and she also has music you can purchase.
Naughty Nurse Hatchet, of the Chainsaw Sally Show soundtrax, top 40 & a’half favorite Film Soundtrax & Score musik of all time!!!
#1 – Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2: (featuring a wide variety of styles, genres & bands across the board)
#2 – Repo Man: (featuring a wide variety of hardcore punk rock & thrash metal skate music from a number of awesome bands)
#3 – Return of the Living Dead: (featuring a wide variety of punk rock music from a number of awesome bands, including The CRAMPS, enough said)
#4 – Rumble Fish (i’m a fan of all the Stewart Copeland original score music)
#5 – Beetlejuice (i’m a fan of all the Danny Elfman original score music)
#6 – Faust – love of the Damned: (featuring a wide variety of hardcore metal, black metal & thrash metal, industrial metal & skate music from a number of awesome bands, including, Fear Factory, Sepultura, Soulfly, Nailbomb)
#7 – Wicked Lake (soundtrack by Al Jourgensen of MINISTRY, enough said..it kicks total complete ass!!)
#8 – From Dusk till Dawn: (featuring a wide variety of styles, genres & bands)
#9 – Lost Boys (all 3 films): (featuring a wide variety of styles, genres & bands)
#10 – Easy Rider: (featuring a wide variety of styles, genres & bands of the 60s)
#11 – Dario Argentos Phenomena: (featuring truly excellent music by Goblin!! & a tasty Dose of Heavy Metal musik, including IRON MAIDEN & MOTORHEAD, enough said)
#12 – John Carpenters Escape from L.A.: (featuring a wide variety of hardcore metal, thrash metal, Industrial, rock & skate music from a number of awesome bands, including WHITE ZOMBIE & MINISTRY)
#13 – John Carpenters Halloween: (i’m a fan of all the John Carpenter original score music)
#14 – Hardware: (featuring a wide variety of Industrial, rock & 80s club music from a number of awesome bands)
#15 – A Clockwork Orange: (score music by Wendy Carlos, i am a huge fan of all score music by Wendy, & featuring a wide variety of styles from classical to 70′s electronica, genres & contributing musicians)
#16 – Stanley Kubricks – the Shining: (featuring score music by Wendy Carlos & Rachel Elkind)
#17 – Twin Peaks – Firewalk with me (featuring score music by Angelo Badalamenti, & a tasty variety of experimental styles, including some of my favorite music by (the Pink Room)
featured during the Bang Bang Bar scene.
#18 – Blue Velvet – (featuring score music by Angelo Badalamenti, & songs by Roy Orbison)
#19 – David Lynch’s, Wild at Heart – (featuring score music by Angelo Badalamenti, and featuring a blend of romantic music with Chris Isaak’s song Wicked Game & a touch of heavy metal by (Powermad)!
#20 – Lost Highway – (with score music by Angelo Badalamenti, & featuring a wide variety of hardcore metal, thrash metal, Industrial, from a number of awesome bands)
#21 – The CROW ^V^ (featuring a wide variety of hardcore metal, thrash metal, Industrial, Goth, & alternative music from a number of awesome bands)
#22 – Cool World – (starting with David Bowie you know its gonna be a killer Dance album! & goes on to feature a wide variety of Electronica, & Industrial artists, bands & musicians, with a touch of Rock & Metal in the mix!
#23 – Mr.STITCH (1996) yep, heres a hard to find soundtrack for a movie which was originally intended to be a tv series, i love this movie & the soundtrack!!
(featuring a very industrial electronica rock metal atmosphere with original music by TomandAndy)
#24 – Tetsuo – the Iron Man (i think this soundtrack has been incredibly influential & inspirational not only to me & my own musik, but especially to the entire industrial & electronica musik genres,
featuring a complete score composed purely of industrial sounds & electronica beats, eay ahead of its time)
#25 – Rivers Edge (featuring a deviliciously tasty selection of Hardcore Metal, Doom Metal, & Skate Thrash musik – including SLAYER! Enough said)
#26 – Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas (featuring a wide variety of styles & genres, from 60′s classics like Jefferson Airplane & the Yardbirds jefferson airplane
to 80′s punk, including Dead Kennedys)
#27 – SNATCH (featuring a tasty variety of music styles & genres from a number of awesome bands, artists & musicians)
#28 – Ferris Buellers Day Off (featuring an awesome variety os styles from all kinds of bands, artists & musicians)
#29 & a’half – Bill ‘n’ Teds Excellent Adventure & Bogus Journey (featuring a very cool variety of rock & metal)
#30 – Breakfast Club (featuring a sweet collection of 80′s music)
#31 – Batman (soundtrack by Danny Elfman, with music by “Prince”)
#32 – Batman Returns (Soundtrack by Danny Elfman, with music by Siouxsie & the Banshees)
#33 – Bride of Frankenstien (the most beautifully powerful score ever composed for a monster movie)
#34 – Rush (soundtrack by Eric Clapton, & including a personal fav of mine, Robin Trowers – Bridge of Sighs)
#35 – Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (songs by Tina Turner! enough said)
#36 – Friday the 13th part 6 – Jason Lives (featuring songs by Alice Cooper!! enough said)
#37 – Attic Expeditions – this soundtrack is hard or impossible to find as it maybe unreleased, never the less (featuring a deviliciously tasty Dose of an industrial metal style atmosphere)
#38 – Tales from the Crypt – Bordello of Blood (featuring a tasty Dose of Rock & Metal, including Anthrax & Kerbdog)
#39 – Dee Snider’s Strangeland (featuring a killer collection of Hardcore Rock, Metal, Death Metal, & Industrial Metal, including Pantera, Crisis, Marilyn Manson, Bile, & of course Twisted Sister & much more)
#40 & a’half – the Beatles – Help!! & a Hard Days Night (featuring…the Beatles…enough said)
#41 – Judgment Night (featuring a killer crossover of Metal / Rap with a wide variety of band collaborations,
including trax from Slayer & Ice-T, Sonic Youth & Cypris Hill, Boo-Yaa Tribe & Fath No More, Living Colour & Run D.M.C. & many more)
#41 – Pink Floyd – the WALL (one of the most truly excellent soundtrax ever recorded)
& i’d like to include 3 more for best songs performed & featured in a movie!!
* Blues Brothers (original) performed by: James & Elwood Blues with the Blues Brothers Band, address, 1060 w.Addison, Chicago Ill.
* Steven Spielberg’s – A.I. (Ministry performs the song: What about us)
* Brian De Palma’s – Body Double: (Frankie Goes to Hollywood performs the song: Relax)
ill be completely honest, i have each of these soundtrax on my ipod & in my cd players, in the car & pretty much ready to play everywhere i go.
and make no mistake, we are only scratching the surface here, there is just too many more of my favs to list, we would be up all night…