Before they teamed up for Back to the Future, Alan Silvestri composed the smoothest of smooth jazz for Robert Zemeckis’ Romancing the Stone, which also featured 80’s stars like Eddy Grant and Billy Ocean on the soundtrack.
Brad Paisley’s version of You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive closed out the first two seasons of Justified and it perfectly captures the themes of the show and perhaps the fate of one or both of it’s main characters.
If you ever wondered what it would be like to drop acid while watching Power Rangers, the official music video for Shampoo’s “Trouble”, from the movie soundtrack, is probably close.
David Bowie not only starred in Jim Henson’s 80’s classic, Labyrinth, but also contributed all the songs on the soundtrack.
One of the many reasons that Guardians of the Galaxy is one of the best movies of the year is it’s incredible soundtrack aka the Awesome Mix.
The Turtles delivered one of the most baffling and excruciating holiday specials of all time with the infamous We Wish You a Turtles Christmas.
Peter Jackson has ended each of his Hobbit films with a credits song from Neil Finn, Ed Sheerhan and now Pippin himself, Billy Boyd.
A murderer’s row of celebrities was assembled for the music video for Johnny Cash’s version of the folk song God’s Gonna Cut You Down, which won the Grammy for Best Short Form Music Video in 2008.
For the last 30 years or so, Russell Crowe has been a member of a band with the initials TOFOG, first with 30 Odd Foot of Grunts and then Ordinary Fear of God.
In a wacky take on My Fair Lady, Dolly Parton has to transform Sly Stallone into a country star in the bizarre 1984 “comedy”, Rhinestone.