Vanity Fair Magazine ‘Best Movie Soundtracks Of All-Time;’ ‘Purple Rain’ Tops Poll

Eighties classic Purple Rain has topped Vanity Fair Magazine’s poll of ‘Best Movie Soundtracks of All-Time.’ The editors rallied the soundtrack as a mixture of “funk, R’n’B, pop, metal, and even psychedelia” that managed to create “a sound that defined the ’80s.”

The Full Top Ten:

1. Purple Rain
2. A Hard Day’s Night
3. The Harder They Come
4. Pulp Fiction
5. The Graduate
6. Superfly
7. Trainspotting
8. Saturday Night Fever
9. American Graffiti
10. The Big Chill

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