After all the awesomely over the top action of the 1991 JCVD classic Double Impact, the credits featured the wonderfully cheesy 90s jam “Feel the Impact” and JCVD himself uploaded a music video featuring the song.
The second single released from The Simpsons Sing the Blues album, “Deep, Deep Trouble” was co-written by Matt Groening and DJ Jazzy Jeff and features Nancy Cartwright rapping as Bart about a series of events that landed him the title predicament.
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.
Foreigner lead singer Lou Gramm, while split from the group in 1991, contributed probably the only good thing about Highlander II: The Quickening, its rocking end credits song “One Dream”.
When his prep school is taken over by terrorists, troublemaker Billy Tepper and his friends have to use their pranking skills to evade the terrorists and get information to the authorities.
Despite an appearance by Anthony Kiedis in 1991’s Point Break, the Red Hot Chili Peppers did not appear on the movie’s soundtrack but 80’s hair metal band Ratt did with the movie’s end credits song, “Nobody Rides for Free”.
Even though he’s conquered all sorts of different media over the years, one of LL Cool J’s most iconic pieces of pop culture will always be “Mama Said Knock You Out” from the 1991 album of the same name.
Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson and Wayne Gretzky teamed up in 1991 to form the ProStars, who helped kids in need and used their sports skills and an assortment of gadgets to battle various supervillains.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach, Chris and Chris Ali watch one of the greatest (or possibly the greatest) action movies of all time, Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Recreating Rebel Without a Cause with Keanu Reeves in the James Dean role, “Rush Rush” was another huge hit for Paula Abdul in 1991, staying at #1 for five weeks.