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A night at the Movies


When you hear a familiar soundtrack, it’s the whole cinematic universe that comes back to your mind.

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It’s undeniable that a movie soundtrack is a crucial element of a film, setting the mood and tone, enhancing emotions and helping to drive the narrative.

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Your box will include a handpicked selection of two or three albums from this collection:

The Matrix (Soundtrack)

Don Davis

The Matrix (Soundtrack)

Don Davis

Keanu Reeves plays Neo, a computer hacker who learns from mysterious rebels about the true nature of his reality and his role in the war against its controllers.

The Matrix went on to become a billion-dollar franchise, and Don Davis’ epic scores propelled the story forward across three films. 

With news that the Matrix will be returning for a 4th instalment in 2021, new and original fans are revisiting the film that started it all. 


A1 - Main Title / Trinity Infinity 

A2 - Unable To Speak 

A3 - The Power Plant 

A4 - Welcome To The Real World 

A5 - The Hotel Ambush 

B1- Exit Mr. Hat 

B2 - A Virus 

B3 - Bullet Time 

B4 - Ontological Shock

B5 - Anything Is Possible

No Time To Die

Hans Zimmer

No Time To Die

Hans Zimmer

The official soundtrack to the latest film in the James Bond saga, No Time To Die,

Recorded in collaboration with Academy and Grammy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer and featuring lead track from Billie Eilish.


A1 - Gun Barrel 

A2 - Matera 

A3 - Message From An Old Friend 

A4 - Square Escape 

A5 - Someone Was Here 

A6 - Not What I Expected 

A7 - What Have You Done? 

A8 - Shouldn't We Get To Know Each Other First? 

B1 - Cuba Chase 

B2 - Back To MI6 

B3 - Good To Have You Back 

B4 - Lovely To See You Again 

B5 - Home 

B6 - Norway Chase 

C1 - Gearing Up 

C2 - Poison Garden 

C3 - The Factory 

C4 - I'll Be Right Back 

D1 - Opening The Doors 

D2 - Final Ascent 

D3 - No Time To Die 

D4 - Q1 

D5 - Q2 

D6 - Q3 

D7 - Q4

Disney Goes Classical

The Royal Philharmonic

Disney Goes Classical

The Royal Philharmonic

Featuring the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and a host of celebrated names, beloved Disney themes have been expertly re-orchestrated and recorded at London’s Abbey Road Studios.

The album features music from the most-recognisable Disney films from its Golden Age to the nineties Renaissance and into the modern era. 

From The Jungle Book and Pinocchio to Alan Menken’s inimitable scores from Pocahontas, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and Hercules, 80 years of Disney magic have been reimagined in stunning cinematic sound.


A1 - Overture (From "Mary Poppins") 

A2 - How Far I´ll Go (From "Moana") 

A3 - A Whole New World (From "Aladdin")

A4 - Can You Feel The Love Tonight (From "The Lion King") 

A5 - Almost There (From "The Princess And The Frog") 

A6 - Go The Distance (From "Hercules") A7 - Colours of the Wind (From "Pocahontas") 

A8 - When She Loved Me (From "Toy Story 2" 

B1 - The Bare Necessities (From "The Jungle Book")

B2 - Part Of Your World (From "The Little Mermaid") 

B3 - I See The Light (From "Tangled")

B5 - Let It Go (From "Frozen") 

B6 - Reflection (From "Mulan") 

B7 - When You Wish Upon A Star (From "Pinocchio") 

Pulp fiction (Soundtrack)

Various Artists

Pulp fiction (Soundtrack)

Various Artists

Dick Dale's surf-guitar provided the memorable title theme (Misirlou), for Quentin Tarantino's 1994 smash, and although that sound runs throughout the soundtrack (along with bits and pieces of dialog from the movie), this is a pretty eclectic bunch of really terrific songs.

Where else are you going to find Chuck Berry, Maria McKee, Al Green, The Statler Brothers, Kool and the Gang, Urge Overkill (singing a Neil Diamond ballad!), Ricky Nelson, Dusty Springfield, and the Tornadoes (among others) on one album?!


A1a Tim Roth And Amanda Plummer– Pumpkin And Honey Bunney 

A1b Dick Dale & His Del-Tones – Misirlou 

A2 Samuel L. Jackson And John Travolta – Royale With Cheese 

A3 Kool & The Gang – Jungle Boogie 

A4 Al Green – Let's Stay Together 

A5 The Tornadoes – Bustin' Surfboards 

A6 Ricky Nelson – Lonesome Town 

A7 Dusty Springfield– Son Of A Preacher Man 

A8a Maria De Medeiros And Bruce Willis – Zed's Dead, Baby 

A8b The Centurians*– Bullwinkle Part II 

B1a Jerome Patrick Hoban– Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest

B1b Chuck Berry – You Never Can Tell 

B2 Urge Overkill – Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon 

B3 Maria McKee – If Love Is A Red Dress (Hang Me In Rags) 

B4a Peter Green* And Duane Whitaker – Bring Out The Gimp 

B4b The Revels – Comanche 

B5 The Statler Brothers – Flowers On The Wall 

B6 John Travolta And Samuel L. Jackson– Personality Goes A Long Way 

B7 The Lively Ones – Surf Rider 

B8 Samuel L. Jackson – Ezekiel


Daniel Pemberton

Yesterday, everyone knew The Beatles. Today, only Jack remembers their songs.

Daniel Pemberton

Yesterday, everyone knew The Beatles. Today, only Jack remembers their songs.

This record features new versions of The Beatles most beloved hits, performed by the films star, Himesh Patel. 

Album producer Daniel Pemberton, a two-time Golden Globe-nominated composer, has created a soundtrack that both reflects the film and stands alone as a true listening experience, begging to be heard from beginning to end.


A1 - Yesterday 

A2 - The World Is Universal (Universal Fanfare) 

A3 - Summer Song 

A4 - Interlude I: A Day in the Life 

A5 - I Saw Her Standing There (Tracks On the Tracks Sessions) 

A6 -. Something (From the Album 'One Man Only') 

A7 - Let It Be (From the Album 'One Man Only') 

A8 - Interlude II: Strawberries 

A9 - Carry That Weight 

B1 - Here Comes the Sun (From the Album 'One Man Only') 

B2 - The Long & Winding Road (Recorded Backstage)

B3 - Interlude III: Gorleston Beach 

B4 - Help! (Live at Pier Hotel) 

B5 - Yesterday

B6 - She Loves You (Tracks On the Tracks Sessions) 

B7 - A Hard Day's Night (From the Album 'One Man Only') 

C1 - Something 

C2 - In My Life (From the Album 'One Man Only') 

C3 - Interlude IV: Train Tracks 

C4 - I Want to Hold Your Hand (Tracks On the Tracks Sessions) 

C5 - Back in the U.S.S.R (Live at Wembley) 

C6 - All You Need Is Love (Live at Wembley) 

C7 - Interlude V: Yesterday's Rain 

D1 - The Long & Winding Road (From the Album 'One Man Only') 

D2 - Hey Jude (From the Album 'One Man Only') 

D3 - Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Live at Cleves School) 

D4 - Interlude VI: Life Goes On

Frozen (Soundtrack)

Various Artists

Frozen (Soundtrack)

Various Artists

Walt Disney Animation Studios’ feature film “Frozen 2” features a stunning soundtrack

Including original songs from Oscar- and Grammy-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, performed by returning voice cast including Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff.


A1 - All Is Found - Evan Rachel Wood 

A2 - Some Things Never Change - Kristen Bell/Idina Menzel/Josh Gad/Jonathan Groff 

A3 - Into the Unknown (Feat. Aurora) - Idina Menzel 

A4 - . When I Am Older - Josh Gad 

B1 - Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People (Cont.) - Jonathan Groff 

B2 - Lost in the Woods - Jonathan Groff 

B3 - Show Yourself - Idina Menzel/Evan Rachel Wood 

B4 - The Next Right Thing - Kristen Bell

Kill Bill Vol. 1 (Soundtrack)

Various Artists

Kill Bill Vol. 1 (Soundtrack)

Various Artists

The soundtrack from Tarantino's hit movie staring Uma Thurman

this album was mostly produced and orchestrated by RZA from the Wu Tang Clan. Includes songs from Nancy Sinatra, Isaac Hayes and Bernard Herrmann.


A1 Nancy Sinatra – Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) 

A2 Charlie Feathers – That Certain Female 

A3 Luis Bacalov – The Grand Duel (Parte Prima) 

A4 Bernard Herrmann – Twisted Nerve 

A5 Lucy Liu and Julie Dreyfus – Queen Of The Crime Council 

A6 RZA – Ode To Oren Ishii 

A7 Isaac Hayes – Run Fay Run 

A8 Al Hirt – Green Hornet 

A9 Tomoyasu Hotei – Battle Without Honor Or Humanity 

B1 Santa Esmeralda – Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood / Esmeralda Suite

B2 The's – Woo Hoo 

B3 RZA / Charles Bernstein – Crane / White Lightning 

B4 Meiko Kaji – The Flower Of Carnage 

B5 Zamfir – The Lonely Shepherd 

B6 Uma Thurman, David Carradine and Julie Dreyfus– You're My Wicked Life

Absolute Beginners (Soundtrack)

David Bowie & Various Artists

Absolute Beginners (Soundtrack)

David Bowie & Various Artists

The album features three songs by David Bowie that weren't included on any of his studio albums, along with exclusive tracks recorded for the film by Sade, The Style Council, Ray Davies and Jerry Dammers and more.

The soundtrack was much more warmly received than the film was at the time, while the reviews for the film were mixed, the album had good write-ups in the best selling ‘inkies’ of the day NME & Sounds.


A1 David Bowie – Absolute Beginners 

A2 Sade - Killer Blow 

A3 The Style Council – Have You Ever Had It Blue? 

A4 Ray Davies – Quiet Life 

A5 Gil Evans And His Orchestra – Va Va Voom 

B1 David Bowie – That's Motivation 

B2 Eighth Wonder – Having It All 

B3 Working Week – Rodrigo Bay 

B4 Slim Gaillard – Selling Out 

B5 Jerry Dammers – Riot City

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