A massive part of Michael Jackson’s movie Moonwalker, Smooth Criminal has at least 4 different versions for the music video and is also the basis for the first levels of the classic Genesis game, also based on Moonwalker.
Will Smith tells the tale of the legendary Party Starter with his single from 2005’s “Lost & Found”, who could be “thrown into a rave like you throw a grenade” and get everyone up and dancing.
Weird Al provides the theme song for the pop culture quoting Junkicons in Transformers: The Movie while also parodying all things Devo with “Dare to be Stupid”.
Weird Al parodied the look and sound of the Presidents of the United States song, Lump, to recap the events of Forrest Gump for “Gump”, off the Bad Hair Day album.
Hitting the same year as the movie, Weird Al turned Jimmy Webb’s “MacArthur Park” into “Jurassic Park” for the main single off of the Alapalooza album.
It’s Weird Al Month for Musical Montage in May and, to kick things off, we’re featuring his two tributes to Star Wars.
The phrase “Academy Award Winners Three 6 Mafia” probably seemed like the ramblings of a madman before 2006 but at the 78th Annual Academy Awards, that phrase became a reality.
Cyndi Lauper goes on a quest to find treasure to save her family’s gas station from a trio of evil creditors/wrestlers in the epic two part music video for The Goonies theme song.
A movie as cheesy as Megaforce needs an equally as cheesy theme song and the band 707 delivered in spades.
With help from Rick James, Eddie Murphy created the cheesy masterpiece that is Party All the Time, which took 80’s America by storm and hit number 2 on the Billboard charts.