Top 10 Movie Soundtracks of 2013

inside llewyn davisWhen we look back to motion pictures of the previous year, one thing we are sure of – movies and music got along perfect in 2013. Since we love making top lists and charts, here are our Top 10 Movie Soundtracks of 2013. If you haven’t seen the movies from the list, do it as soon as possible and, more important, pay attention to the music!

1 – Inside Llewyn Davis

With the help of T Bonne Burnett, the Coen Brothers again succeeded in making old-time music cool. What we especially like:

  • Justin Timberlake, Adam Driver & Oscar Isaac – Please Mr. Kennedy
  • Stark Sands with Punch Brothers – The Last Thing on My Mind
  • Oscar Isaac & Marcus Mumford – Fare Thee Well

2 – The Sapphires

This lovely indie movie is based on a true story following four girls from Australia forming a band. They toured around Vietnam to entertain soldiers during the war. What we especially like:

  • Jessica Mauboy – Get Used to Me

3 – Gravity

This epic movie simply needed an equally epic soundtrack. Steven Price composed astonishing instrumentals that perfectly illustrate the peacefulness of Cosmos. What we specially like:

  • Steven Price – Debris

4 – Frozen

Disney always seems to find the right way to our hearts and this time Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell really helped us to fall in love with Frozen. What we especially like:

  • Idina Menzel – Let It Go
  • Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell – For the First Time in Forever

5 – The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Ben Stiller just can’t help it – he has to bring sappy and comedic moments into any film. But, music is also great! What we especially like:

  • Of Monsters and Men – Dirty Paws
  • Jose Gonzales – Far Away
  • Jack Johnson – Escape

6 – 12 Years a Slave

This historical drama is the Golden Globe Winner and it won 3 Oscars (the best Motion Picture of the Year and music might be just one of the reasons. What we especially like:

  • Topsy Chapman feat. Chiwetel Ejiofor – Roll Jordan Roll

7 – Mud

The soundtrack of this lovely adventure drama is there to reflect the strong sense of hopefulness that interweaves the narrative. What we especially like:

  • David Wingo – Tom Blankenship
  • Ben Nichols – The Kid

8 – The Great Gatsby

No matter you like the movie, an impressive lineup is yielded for The Great Gatsby soundtrack. What we especially like:

  • Jack White – Love is Blindness
  • Lana Del Ray – Young and Beautiful
  • Beyonce x Andre 3000 – Back to Black

9 –  Frances Ha

This movie is Big Apple’s answer to “Amelie” and its soundtrack reflects every little thing we should love about the protagonist. What we especially like:

  • Dean & Britta – Million Dollar Doll
  • Georges Delerue – Camille

10 – The Place Beyond the Pines

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling playing Romina and Luke, young people with a broken relationship and a three-month-old son struggling financial issues. Mike Patton wrote the original score for this movie and it just cannot be forgotten. What we especially like:

  • Mike Patton – The Snow Angel

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