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Musical Montage

Every Monday, we celebrate the best of movie soundtracks, movie inspired music videos, famous film composers and much more

Musical Montage: Jamie Foxx “Blame It”

One of the biggest singles in his Grammy-winning R&B career, Jamie Foxx’s “Blame It” topped the Billboard charts for weeks, won a Grammy and the music video featured a slew of his famous friends, including Samuel L. Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Forest Whitaker and…Ron Howard?
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Musical Montage: Digital Underground “Same Song”

Amongst all the bizarre aspects of 1991’s Nothing But Trouble, one of the strangest might be the appearance of Digital Underground as themselves, who charm their way out of punishment from the evil (and disgusting) Judge Valkenheiser by performing “Same Song” for him in court.
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Musical Montage: Ramones “Rock n Roll High School”

Produced by Roger Corman, 1979’s Rock n Roll High School was a musical comedy where arguably the biggest Ramones fan Riff Randall tries to meet the Ramones to give them a song she wrote, also called “Rock n Roll High School”, and eventually gets the help of the band to take over her school.
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Musical Montage: Dr. Lucien Sanchez “One Track Lover”

2004’s Garth Merenghi’s Darkplace was full of brilliant and hilariously weird sequences but one of the best occured in the sixth and final episode when the episode turns into an 80s music video for the synth jam “One Track Lover”.
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Musical Montage: The Jack Frost Band

Since he was portraying the frontman of a blues/rock band called The Jack Frost Band, it’s only natural that Michael Keaton would appear on the movie’s soundtrack and there are two songs from the fictional band alongside the likes of Hanson, Lisa Loeb, REO Speedwagon and more.
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Musical Montage: Dick Tracy

As part of the absolute onslaught of promotions for 1990’s Dick Tracy, there was not one, not two, but three different music albums inspired by or related to the film, including a normal soundtrack album, the score by Danny Elfman and Madonna’s I’m Breathless album, featuring “Vogue”.
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