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This uses Radiohead's OK Computer and 1996's Romeo + Juliet (Leonardo DiCaprio). It works really well, with some rather beautiful moments. Start the album normally, with track one, right as the small television appears (after the 20th Century logo) and play the album on repeat until the film ends (

Also, there's two with Hemispheres by Rush. First is Alice In Wonderland. Start the album, track 1, as soon as "RKO Radio Pictures" appears. The other is The Wizard of Oz, which you start as soon as the first scene of the movie appears; with Dorothy and Toto running (

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