Occasionally we mention reissues of soundtracks in The Reissue Thread but they don't seem to get as much traction as, say, a PWL reissue or a big pop star's reissue. I love soundtracks and am wondering who else is. I just received La La Land's "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" soundtrack, the first official soundtrack for the 30-year old film, although it doesn't have March of the Swivelheads or the Beatles' version of Twist and Shout. "Less Than Zero" is also getting a score release (minus the pop songs, including The Bangles' hit cover of "Hazy Shade of Winter"). Some of my favourite soundtracks include Looking for Mr. Goodbar (excellent '70s disco and R&B), Who's That Girl (Madonna and fun '80s pop), Cooley High (Motown classics), Something Wild and Married to the Mob (Jonathan Demme's best films and soundtracks - quirky and fun), and Twin Peaks (great score and terrific Julee Cruise songs).