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Brits Vote ‘Blues Brothers’ best soundtrack
LONDON (AP) — The Blues Brothers was rated the best movie soundtrack in a British straw vote.
It nipped the soundtracks of Pulp Fiction and Trainspotting in a vote conducted for British Broadcasting Corp. digital radio.
“It’s a Sound of Music for hipsters, a film that lives and breathes music,” said Andrew Collins, who drew 10,000 voters for his survey.
The stars of the 1980 film, John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, sang several of the songs, including, Everybody Needs Somebody to Love and the theme from Rawhide. Guest appearances included Ray Charles in Shake Your Tailfeather, James Brown in The Old Landmark, Aretha Franklin in Think and Cab Calloway with Minnie the Moocher.
Not one of the top 10 in the BBC vote were ranked in a similar survey done three years ago by British radio station Classic FM, in which Star Wars came in first, followed by Gone With the Wind and Lawrence of Arabia.
The BBC vote for best film soundtrack:
1. The Blues Brothers
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Trainspotting
4. Saturday Night Fever
5. Dirty Dancing
6. Grosse Point Blank
7. Kill Bill Vols. 1 and 2
8. (tie) The Royal Tenenbaums and Lost in Translation
10. Fight Club.