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Best Compilation Soundtrack

The Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media was introduced in 2000. The award was handed out as Best Soundtrack Album in 2000. It was changed to the current title in 2001. Phil Collins and Mark Mancina were the first winners in the category for their efforts on the soundtrack of Tarzan. In 2010 the A.R. Rahman inspired album for Slumdog Millionaire walked away with the award. 

Winners: Grammys Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media

Year
Film
Winner
2010
 Slumdog Millionaire
 Various Artists; A.R. Rahman, producer
2009
 Juno
 "Various artists"
2008
 Love
 The Beatles (artists); George Martin (producer); Giles Martin (producer)
2007
 Walk the Line
 Joaquin Phoenix; T-Bone Burnett (producer)
2006
 Ray
 James Austin (compilation producer); Stuart Benjamin (compilation producer); Taylor Hackford (compilation producer)
2005
 Garden State
 Zach Braff (compilation producer)
2004
 Chicago
 "Various artists"; Randy Spendlove (compilation producer); Ric Wake (compilation producer); Joel Moss (engineer/mixer); Dan Hetzel (engineer/mixer)
2003
 Standing in the Shadows of Motown
 The Funk Brothers (artists); Alan Slutsky (compilation producer); Harry Weinger (compilation producer); Ted Greenberg (compilation producer/engineer/mixer); Kooster McAlister (engineer/mixer)
2002
 O Brother, Where Art Thou?
 T-Bone Burnett (compilation producer); Mike Piersante (engineer); Peter F. Kurland (engineer)
2001
 Almost Famous
 Cameron Crowe (producer); Danny Bramson (producer)
2000
 Tarzan
 Phil Collins (artist); Mark Mancina (album producer)

  
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