July is Tarantino month for Musical Montage and we’re kicking things off at the beginning with Reservoir Dogs and it’s “Super Sounds of the 70’s”.
From his second album, “Unpredictable”, comes the Jamie Foxx single, “Extravaganza”, where Foxx has a crazy one night stand with a girl after drinking way too much at the bar. The music video for the song puts a weird, murder/police spin on the whole thing.
The music of Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails has appeared all over the place in movies, from the trailers, to the entire soundtrack to the score.
Musician Jon Marco chases the object of his affection through pretty much every 80’s movie in the rad music video for his song “Rhianna”
Capping off the wacky adventures of the Asian Hawk in Armour of God, Jackie Chan himself sings the end credits song, Flight of the Dragon.
At the pinnacle of both their power, The Simpsons and Michael Jackson teamed up to get Bart a number one song/dance craze and “Do the Bartman” was the result.
Crank the sub woofers in your souped up street racer and listen to some of the songs from the Fast & Furious series.
The underrated gem of a comedy, Hot Rod, featured a soundtrack as ridiculous as the stunts Rod Kimble performs, including almost the entirety of Europe’s The Final Countdown album.
Coming out at the height of the mid 90’s swing/big band revival, The Mask is jam packed with the likes of Brian Seltzer, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Royal Crown Revue on it’s soundtrack and in key scenes of the movie itself.
Although not originally about Tony Stark’s alter ego, Black Sabbath’s song Iron Man is pretty much synonymous with the superhero now, especially after the first two Iron Man movies.