Hey Micke, you have to join in with your own suggestions too!
Okay... how about Prince's OB-X on "Controversy", or the ARP Omni on "1999" and "Dirty mind" (according to an interview with Dr. Matt Fink from 2005 the famous 1999 riff was mainly done with the Omni!)
Alan Howarth's Prophet 5 rev 2 on the main theme to Carpenter's "Escape From New York".
Nyle Steiner's EVI and Synthasystem modular on the Apocalypse Now soundtrack.
Dan Wyman's Moog modular on John Carpenter's soundtracks to Assault on precinct 13, Halloween and The Fog.
The Polymoog on Visage's "Fade to grey".
The Prophet 5 rev 2 on Japan's "Taking Islands" (all P5, all played by Ryuichi Sakamoto)
Ryuichi Sakamoto's rev 2 Prophet 5 on "The end of Europe" from his solo album "B2-unit".
The Yamaha CS-80 on "Tony's theme" from the Scarface soundtrack.
The Arp Odyssey mk I on Peter Howell's "The Astronauts" (except for the timpani, this piece was entirely recorded with the Odyssey!).
The Prophet 5 on Tears for fears' "Shout" (the massive bass drone that runs all through the piece).
Patrick Moraz' double-manual Oberheim 8-voice on "Time for a change" from his solo album Out in the sun (the first 1:30 are all-Oberheim!).
Lyle Mays' Oberheim 4-voice on "September 15th" from the album As Falls Wichita, so Falls Wichita Falls (those synth strings sound absolutely gorgeous and
the reason for that is that Lyle wrote the parts out and played them in one at a time with all four modules firing and then doubling!)
Brad Fiedel's Prophet 10 on the Terminator theme (the rhythm track and the Terminator's metallic heart-beats).
"The (Yamaha) CS-80 is a step ahead in keyboard control, and a generation behind in digital control" -- Dan Wyman, Jan 1979