Billboard's 8 Greatest Film And Tv Soundtracks

Godzilla - The Album

While 1998's "Godzilla" was widely considered a box office dud, its soundtrack was a popular slice of '90s music culture. Featured on the album.

Bohemian Rhapsody

"Bohemian Rhapsody" shattered box office records to earn the distinction of highest-grossing music biopic in the U.S. and around the world nudging.

La La Land

Featuring performances by the film's stars, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, the soundtrack covers a range of styles, energies.

Get Rich Or Die Tryin'

Not to be confused with 50 Cent's debut album of the same name, "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'" is the soundtrack to the 2005 film in which he starred.

Mission: Impossible 2

The soundtrack and film may have made loads of money in their respective markets, but thankfully the franchise itself got back on track.

Tommy Tv Film

Along with the film version came an updated soundtrack, overseen by songwriter and guitarist Pete Townshend. In addition.

Above The Rim

Released at the height of Death Row Records' popularity, the soundtrack to 1994's "Above the Rim" features a range of artists from the hip-hop label.

Bye Bye Birdie

Hit Hollywood musicals and chart-topping soundtracks go hand in hand, as was the case with 1963's "Bye Bye Birdie." Dick Van Dyke reprised.