I love motion picture soundtracks so this new site called MOMUPI caught my eye. It’s sports a back to basic interface with merely a search field at the center of the page. All you do is start entering the name of the movie soundtrack you want to find and it starts showing you what’s available. Despite being so new, it did an excellent job finding old and new movies.
For example, here’s the soundtrack for the delightful 500 Days of Summer starring the lovely Zooey Deschanel.
Like I said, it’s simple but it seems to work well if you just want to hear your favorite movie soundtrack or see a list of the songs from a movie you love. You can then proceed to get the songs or entire CD if you want elsewhere.
The only gripe I had was the fact that in this day and age of Web 3.0 and the Semantic Web, this site should have included some other bells and whistles. Checkout what the wonderful MusicMesh.net does and you’ll see what I mean. One search should provide many different types of results and data. I’m thinking since this is a service for movie and music lovers, then mashing up results with IMDB, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon would have been very cool.
The other criticism? When I did a search for Grease it only displayed the dreadful Grease 2 soundtrack! Yuck! OK, I added that to poke fun at a friend who LOVES Grease 2 for some unknown reason!