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are they already nominated above?

Sorry, i’m still in a hangover mode.

I’ll second this one. Just missed my Top 10 list and I don’t think it’s been mentioned before:ù_all'inferno

The Cardone one, $1,000 on the Black.

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Mille dollari sul nero

Poll is open until May 3rd. Cast up to 20 votes. Please spread the word. Consider voting for the best soundtrack overall, not the best movie. This is also not a poll on the best opening title songs.

  • The Good The Bad and The Ugly (Ennio Morricone)
  • Once Upon a Time in the West (Ennio Morricone)
  • For a Few Dollars more (Ennio Morricone)
  • The Big Gundown (Ennio Morricone)
  • A Fistful of Dolars (Ennio Morricone)
  • The Mercenary (Ennio Morricone)
  • Duck, You Sucker! (Ennio Morricone)
  • My name is Nobody (Ennio Morricone)
  • Forgotten Pistolero (Franco Micalizzi, Roberto Pregadio)
  • Companeros (Ennio Morricone)
  • The Great Silence (Ennio Morricone)
  • Django (Luis E. Bacalov)
  • Cemetery without crosses (Andre Hossein)
  • Run man run (Bruno Nicolai)
  • Face to Face (Ennio Morricone)
  • The Return of Ringo (Ennio Morricone)
  • Death Rides a Horse (Ennio Morricone)
  • Navajo Joe (Ennio Morricone)
  • Indio Black (Bruno Nicolai)
  • At the End of the Rainbow (Bruno Nicolai)
  • Django, Prepare a Coffin (Gianfranco Reverbi)
  • Day of Anger (Riz Ortolani)
  • Matalo (Mario Migliardi)
  • The Ugly Ones (Stelvio Cipriani)
  • A Pistol for Ringo (Ennio Morricone)
  • Mannaja - A Man Called Blade (Guido & Maurizio De Angelis)
  • A Bullet for the General (Luis E. Bacalov)
  • Sabata (Marcello Giombini)
  • Arizona Colt (Francesco De Masi)
  • They Call Him Cemetary (Bruno Nicolai)
  • The Long Days of Vengeance (Armando Trovajoli)
  • Have A Good Funeral, My Friend, Sartana Will Pay (Bruno Nicolai)
  • They Call Me Trinity (Franco Micalizzi)
  • Keoma (Guido & Maurizio De Angelis)
  • Johnny Hamlet (Francesco de Masi)
  • I want him dead (Nico Fidenco)
  • El Puro (Alessandro Alessandroni)
  • God forgives, I don’t (Carlo Rusticelli)
  • The Great Duel (Luis Bacalov)
  • Texas, Adios (Anton Garcia Abril)
  • Blindman (Stelvio Cipriani)
  • The Hellbenders (Ennio Morricone)
  • Johnny Yuma (Nora Orlandi)
  • Tepepa (Ennio Morricone)
  • Land Raiders (Bruno Nicolai)
  • The Price of Power (Luis E. Bacalov)
  • Stranger in Town (Benedetto Ghiglia)
  • Gentleman Jo! (Bruno Nicolai)
  • Five Men Army (Ennio Morricone)
  • 10.000 Dollari per un Massacro (Nora Orlandi)
  • Blood at Sundown / 1000$ on black (Michele Lacerenza)
  • Captain Apache (Dolores Claman)
  • Cowards don’t pray (Gianni Marchetti)
  • The Stranger Returns (Stelvio Cipriani)
  • California (Gianni Ferrio)
  • One more to hell (Nico Fidenco)

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Great choices! There’s also a place in my heart for the soundtrack to ‘I quattro dell’Ave Maria’, too.

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damn, this is like trying to pick your favorite child


[quote=“WinslowLeach, post:88, topic:4237”]
Went with COMPANEROS[/quote]

You’re only voting for one? :smile:

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I voted for 8, my real favorites. I want my vote to make a difference :wink: so no reason to go up to 20

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I think there’s an inherent flaw with these sorts of polls, as people tend to vote for their favorite movie, not objectively what they consider the best soundtrack :wink:

Isn’t an inherent flaw also that one cannot weigh ones votes?

We’ll try that next time. I think it’s the first time we’re trying the poll in this forum :wink: It’s kind of hidden… but more to the point of your question, the nominees were already weighed of sorts, and the poll is presented in that order. Now pure votes count. No shenanigans.

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Fair enough. Let’s see what the outcome is :slight_smile: I’ll throw my votes tomorrow at some point.

Well, I haven’t. My favorite movie is no doubt Once Upon a Time in the west, but I strongly prefer the GBU soundtrack (and even several others to that famous Once Upon score)

So far, no non-Morricone will make top10, I was thinking maybe Django, Day of Anger or Forgotten Pistolero could crack it.

Yes, this non-weighed voting will be pretty favorable to most popular titles. Since every vote counts equally, more popular titles will undoubtely have more points simply because most people are familiar with them. If it was weighed it could have been countrebalanced somewhat.

My problem is also that for the most soundtracks I only remeber the main theme, not the whole score, so I’m basically voting for the theme.

On the side note, I see that Keoma is going well at 28%. De gustibus…

Is the Poll still open?

I’m so frazzled from packing blimmin’ boxes (because I’ll be moving home very soon), that all I can see is brown tape and cardboard - when I wake, and when I stagger off to bed…

You’ve still got just under a month left to vote.

Cheers, Dean.

As I said, I’m inundated with packing…anyway, back to the grind…!