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  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Soundtrack

    Ok, so I just got the soundtrack and I'm listening to it right now :music: ... Have any of you gotten it yet?? It's GREAT! I love the Oompa Loompa songs! They're so funny, also, the version I got has three bonus songs which are remixes of other songs. Great stuff! Let me know what you think of this album!
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    It's a great soundtrack. I bought it the day after the movie came out. It's a mix of Elfman scores and Boingo-ish loompa songs. I love it. Makes me really wish for Danny to do another vocal album, though, and I don't see that on the radar any time soon...

    The Loompa songs really need to be listened to on the soundtrack to really be appreciated. There's so much going on in these songs, and they're all Danny's voice. I can't imagine the amount of time it took him to harmonize with himself... Varuca Salt is my absolute favorite.
    Honor those who fall under the sword.
    But pity the warrior who has slain all his enemies.

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      Yeah, the Sitar in Veruca's song is a nice touch for some odd reason.
      Make something Idiot-Proof, and someone will build a better Idiot.

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        Another Elfman masterpiece. I dont think he has done a soundtrack i havent liked.
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          I got it the other day (the iTunes version with the remixes) and I love it! Danny Elfman makes each of his soundtracks stand out from each other, but they each can be identified as his work. I am really looking forward to see what he does with Corpse Bride!!
          Do you remember your imagination?
          When Neverland was your destination.
          Your magical adventure isn't over yet,
          Just hold on tight and don't forget...

          -Remember When, Theme of Disneyland's 50th

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            Danny Elfman is a genius. :bow: I actually had no idea he sang the Oompa Loompa songs. ^^; Makes the songs all the greater than what they are (and they are great already enough as it is!)...he has a wonderful voice.



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            • #7
              Re: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Soundtrack

              Bought the soundtrack after the second time I saw the movie. I love listening to it.
              My fave oompa song is Violet's. I get the "chewing all day long" part stuck in my head all the time. I also love the Welcome song and the opening credits. Amazing! Elfman is my hero!

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                The soundtrack is the best.. I love Danny Elfman's work... (so much One year the marching band played a show featuring some of his greatest songs..)

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                  after looking EVERYWHERE for it I finally found it, I loved the music from the very opening of the movie. Danny Elfman is awsome and I love all of his work


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