Cinematic songs for 2015

We all love the soundtracks that play behind the film play. Some people can even identify a movie by the cinema song. Sometimes, you may forget the movie but in most cases, the soundtrack lingers in your head forever. That is what makes cinematic songs very special. Every year new movies are produced, featuring a soundtrack. Let’s explore some of the best cinematic songs of 2015.

Guardians of the Galaxy, is a popular comical film, which has fans all over the world. It features a soundtrack of the same name. It is an entire album containing most of the tracks, which were present on the mixtape by Peter Quill. The soundtrack was able to crunch position one on the Billboard 200 charts. By January 2015, it has managed to sell over a million copies and it acquired a platinum certification by the RIAA. Forrest Gump is another successful soundtrack. It is based on the award winning film Forrest Gump. It is a blend of music from various artists, though Alan Silvestri created the score. It remains to be top cinema song of all time.

Love me like you do” by Ellie Goulding (soundtrack of Fifty Shades of Grey) and Skyfall by Adele are two more great songs we hear still today on radios as they had great success.

One the best songs which can perform very good as soundtrack is Blue Steel Eyes by Lisbon Soul, made in collaboration with Mark Williams. It was produced recently and it is already making ripples in the music scene, you can hear it on Lisbon Soul Youtube account or, if you prefer, on Lisbon Soul Soundcloud account. This guy has maintained his traditional way of making music in this song too. There is the guitar beats in the background and the piano. It is selling fast and it is available in major music streaming sites including Spotify and iTunes. Do not be surprised to hear it in the upcoming films and the song can suit most romantic films.

As we are just in the middle of 2015, we may expect new great soundtracks for our ears, can’t wait to hear o them.



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