RoseSpecialist wrote:Ichigo Kitty wrote:I recently got the Twilight CD... which I really love but I don't understand how the lyrics relate to the movie except for the song Full Moon, Into Twilight, and Flightless Bird, American Mouth... not sure how the other songs relate to the twilight movie...
The lyrics don't necessarily fit. Realize that when you're soundtracking a movie, there's a whole different set of qualities you're looking for. The tone/mood of the song far outranks the lyrics. You could have a 8 minute heavy metal song epic covering a grand total of 1 minute of actual scene playing time. It just so happens that the scene is in Death Race 2000 and yet the singer is screaming about how much he loves his fuzzy kittens with a pink silk bow.
In a movie, tone is "boss" rather than lyrics.
While I've (possibly) got someone's attention: Someone remind me: Which scene in the movie is "Spotlight" by Mute Math covering? (I swear, I've seen the movie 3 times, but I just can't remember )
Anyway, this thread is about soundtracking the books, not the movies.
I've got songs on the playlist that fit for tone and lyrics
and I've got songs that fit tone, but not neccesarily lyrics (it's these spots that I wanted to get feedback on).
Then there's songs where the tone fits so well IMHO that I don't really care about the lyrics.
if this thread ends up not going anywhere, I may move this entire conversation over to the thread about Stephenie's Playlists since this whole project is really just an extension of that.
teamedward802 wrote:The scene with the song Mute Math "spotlight" is when Edward and Bella first come to school together.
Max 28 wrote:Twilight is great how it connects to music so well.
Uh, wrong thread, but I'll answer it anyway.
There are 3 songs that were used in Twilight that didn't end up on the CD version of the Twilight soundtrack but are available on iTunes as bonus tracks, but you have to buy the whole album on iTunes in order to get them. They are:
1) "Let Me Sign" by Robert Pattinson (yes, performed by Rob, himself) (plays during Bella's unconsciousness/dream sequence after the ballet scene and before she wakes in the hospital.
2) a track from "La Traviata" (the opera playing in the background in the kitchen scene at the Cullen house)
3) "Claire De Lune" by Debussy (in the movie, it plays in the scene where Bella is in Edward's bedroom)
Or did you mean New Moon?
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