Do you want to download music from the movies?
You can download music from the movies including trailer, soundtracks, theme songs, background music and more. Think about it, some of the biggest hits in the past couple of years came from the movies.
Remember the entire soundtrack to “When Harry Met Sally”? Or How about that two most famous soundtracks that just can’t get out of your head… you know—“Titanic” with Celine Dion and “The Bodyguard” with Whitney Houston. I still know the words to every single song and was so happy when I found out that I could download music from these movies and more online.
I usually try to download music from the movies at the online sites with the largest music catalogs. It’s actually not that hard since a lot of the recent hit movie sountracks were also hit pop music soundtracks.
Even country music got into the act with the release of “O Brother Where Art Thou”, a remake of Homer’s “Odyssey” starring George Clooney and John Tuturro. The soundtrack was awesome. You had great country stars like Emmy Lou Harris and Alison Krause on it as well as some uptempo pop music stuff.
The bluegrass music on this album is probably something that mainstream pop fans haven’t heard in their entire life.
This is the kind of movie music that I would just love to get my hands on. Now, thanks to all the online music stores I don’t have to run to every local music store and got to that one soundtrack aisle in a bin somewhere to find what I’m looking for.
The other cool thing is that when you download music from the movies online, you can just buy the one song that you need. Many times, you’ll have or two excellent songs on an otherwise lackluster soundtrack. Now, you don’t have to pay $13 or even $9.99 to get you movie music.
You just go to an online music store, buy the one or two songs you like for as low as 79 cents each and then you’re on your way. Better yet, get a collection of all the songs that you like and then make your own movie mix. You can do that very easily with some of the mp3 player software that you’ll use to play your songs.
You can create hits like movie music form the 80’s, or great theme songs from the 90’s, its up to you. But, with easy access to so many online tunes, why not go crazy and get all the movie music that you love and then put them on your mp3 player. You can carry your favorite songs with your 24X7. It’s pretty neat.
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