One of the greatest musical movie moments of the 80’s, this week we feature the lovable misfits of the Lambda Lambda Lambda frat and their radical electronic entry into the Adams College talent show.
The Last Dragon is a cult classic for characters like Sho’nuff and it’s ridiculous story but it’s also famous as a platform for Motown Records founder, Berry Gordy, to highlight some of his up and coming talent.
The soundtrack for the awesome Scott Pilgrim vs The World is probably as important as the crazy fights and video game reference and it doesn’t hurt to have people like Beck and Metric writing your songs for you.
Four minutes of pure, Christopher Walken fueled joy are what await you when you check out the music video for Fatboy Slim’s “Weapon of Choice”.
Spielberg has John Williams, Tim Burton has Danny Elfman and JJ Abrams has Michael Giacchino, who has done the scores for most of Abrams’ projects as well as some of the most memorable Pixar scores, like Up.
Check out the Oscar winning Best Original Song, “Man or Muppet” by Flight of the Conchords’ Bret McKenzie, where brothers Gary and Walter must figure out what kind of person they are going to be for the rest of their lives.
One of the most beloved cult classics of the 80’s, The Monster Squad, has a fantastic 80’s montage featuring a song from the man who brought you “Maniac” from Flashdance.
You may not recognize the name but you will definitely recognize the music of orchestral/electronic group E.S. Posthumus, whose music has appeared in a number of movie trailers and TV shows.
This week in Musical Montage we highlight Italian film composing legend Ennio Morricone, who has made some of the most well known movie scores of all time, including the ones for Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns.
It’s fitting that a disastrous movie like 1998’s Godzilla would have an equally disastrous theme song like “Come With Me” by Sean “P. Diddy” Combs