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Musical Montage: The Spider-Man Trilogy

January 4, 2021

One of the things that didn’t really carry over into the current MCU/DCEU world of superhero movies is huge soundtrack songs and albums but back in the days of the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy, each movie in the franchise got at least 1, if not multiple, big soundtrack song, complete with an accompanying music video.

Musical Montage: Michael McDonald “Sweet Freedom”

November 23, 2020

When buddy cops Gregory Hines and Billy Crystal are forced into taking a vacation following the sloppy bust of a drug dealer in Chicago, the pair head to Key West, Florida and relax to the dulcet tones of Michael McDonald’s “Sweet Freedom”, with the pair also appearing in the music video for the song.

Musical Montage: Queen “Stone Cold Crazy”

November 2, 2020

For the soundtrack of the 1992 “classic” Encino Man, a slightly remixed version of the Queen classic “Stone Cold Crazy” was included and also got a music video crafted from various Queen performances and videos along with footage from the movie.

Musical Montage: Queen “Radio Ga Ga”

September 21, 2020

A major hit for Queen in 1984, Radio Ga Ga became a staple of the band’s live performances and its music video heavily features the silent film classic Metropolis by German director Fritz Lang as the band flies above the future city of the film in a flying car and then performs for the working-class citizens.

Musical Montage: Weezer “Beginning of The End”

August 24, 2020

Although they are destined to unite the universe in peace through song, the Wyld Stallyns got some help on the soundtrack for this weekend’s Bill and Ted Face the Music from Weezer with the fourth single of their upcoming Van Weezer album, “Beginning of the End”.