Curating the right soundtrack for a movie is an important process, as the music plays an extremely important role. When a song fits perfectly to the scene the audience are immediately enticed to pay more attention. For instance the final scene in Trainspotting where those chords from ‘Born Slippy’ kick in, what a scene.

Excluding movies like Human Traffic or Trainspotting which are full of dance music tracks, here we take a look at five tracks that made it onto the big screen.

Prodigy – Speedway

Coming from their ‘Music For The Jilted Generation’ album Fastlane called upon this classic to fit perfectly with their film.

New Order – Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction Mix)

Making into the opening scene of ‘Blade’ this acid techno track is probably one of the heaviest tracks to hit the big screen.

The Chemical Brothers – Don’t Think

Black Swan brought The Chemical Brothers into their movie perfectly by capturing their rave inspired track ‘Don’t Think’ to fill the space in their club scene.

Vitalic – Poison Lips

Vitalic produced more than just one track for ‘The Legend Of Kaspar Hauser’. This synth filled banger captures the black and white scene perfectly.

Moby – Porcelain

The Beach utilise Moby’s classic ‘Porcelain’ to its full ability as they portray this picturesque dreamscape.

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