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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: Celine Dion “Ashes”

In another brilliant marketing masterstroke from the team promoting Deadpool 2, the Merc with a Mouth teamed with the Queen of Las Vegas, Celine Dion, for the sweeping pop ballad “Ashes” for the Deadpool 2 soundtrack.
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Musical Montage: Dr. Reanimator “Move Your Dead Bones”

A special feature on 2003’s DVD release of the third and final Re-Animator movie, Beyond Re-Animator, the seemingly one time only group Dr. Reanimator delivered the Eurodance theme the series didn’t know it needed with “Move Your Dead Bones”.
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Musical Montage: Soundgarden “Live to Rise”

When The Avengers arrived in 2012, it had not only Alan Silvestri’s score available as a soundtrack but an “Inspired By” album of songs called Avengers Assemble, which included the movie’s credits song, “Live to Rise” by Soundgarden.
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Musical Montage: Ice-T “Colors”

Ice-T delivered the fantastic title track for the 1988 crime/gang movie Colors, which was directed by Dennis Hopper and starred Robert Duvall, Sean Penn, Don Cheadle and Damon Wayans.
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Musical Montage: Shaquille O’Neal

Starting in 1993, Shaq set out to conquer the rap/hip-hop world with his first album, Shaq Diesel, and subsequently released four more albums and getting guest stars like Notorious BIG, Ice Cube, RZA, Method Man and more.
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Musical Montage: Gunship “Art3mis & Parzival”

If there’s a genre that perfectly matches the 80’s reverence of Ready Player One, it’s Synthwave, and one of the best Synthwave bands out there, Gunship, pays tribute to the book and movie with their track “Art3mis & Parzival”.
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Musical Montage: Run DMC “Ghostbusters”

Although Ghostbusters II obviously still featured the original Ray Parker Jr version of “Ghostbusters”, Run DMC provided an update with their own take on the theme song, complete with a music video that had cameos from most of the cast.
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Musical Montage: Glenn Frey “You Belong to the City”

Along with Jan Hammer’s iconic synth songs, “You Belong to the City” by Glenn Frey helped make the first Miami Vice album a gigantic smash in 1985, staying on the top of the Billboard charts for 11 weeks and becoming the most successful TV soundtrack album of all time.
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