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Music from the Movies

We have this special program we do every Friday morning where we play hit songs from the movies. Simply called Soundtracks, the two-hour show follows this particular format that allows us to cover films released circa the 80s and even as far back as the 70s. Being that I host the show (which I utterly enjoy doing), I also do the programming which is a bit time-consuming due to a lot of research involved.

I really love the show, that is why I wanna share with you its first edition. This post, incidentally, also debuts Soundtracks here in Bay FM's blogsite. I will soon post all the other editions as this blog progresses.

So, without further ado, we give you Soundtracks. Enjoy!

1st Hour playlist Guide
What I’ve Done – Linkin Park ( The Transformers 2007)
Life Is A Highway – Rascal Flatts (Cars 2006)
Don’t You Forget About Me – Simple Minds (The Breakfast Club 1985)
I’d Die Without You – PM Dawn (Boomerang 1992)
Unbelievable – EMF (Coyote Ugly 2000)
King Of Wishful Thinking – Go West (Pretty Woman 1990)
You’re A God – Vertical Horizon (Bruce Almighty 2003)
One Thing – Amerie (Hitch 2005)
Independent Woman – Destiny’s Child (Charlie’s Angels 2000)
Way Back Into Love – Hugh Grant & Haley Bennett (Music & Lyrics 2007)
Keep On Loving You – REO Speedwagon (The Last American Virgin 1982)
Hero – Chad Kroeger/ Josey Scott – (Spiderman 2002)

2nd Hour playlist guide
I Wish – Stevie Wonder (Happy Feet 2006)
Drive – Incubus (Surf’s Up 2007)
Footloose – Kenny Loggins (Footloose 1984)
I Say A Little Prayer – Diana King (My Best Friend’s Wedding 1997)
Iris – Goo Goo Dolls (City Of Angels 1998)
Low – Flo-Rida & T-Pain ( Step Up 2 The Streets 2008)
I Want You To Want Me – Letters To Cleo (10 Things I Hate About You 1999)
All The Small Things – Blink 182 (The Clockstoppers 2002)
Try Again – Aaliyah- (Romeo Must Die 2000)
Little Wonders – Rob Thomas (Meet The Robinsons 2007)
I Melt With You – Jason Mraz (50 First Dates 2004)
I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing – Aerosmith (Armageddon 1998)