ANOTHER music challenge. Thanks Morgan. This time we've got the top ten songs from movies, and it is on like donkey kong.
Can't Do Nuttin' For Ya Man - Public Enemy (Three Kings)
Hilarious underrated movie. One of the best bits is where Marky Mark is dancing around to Public Enemy.
Your mother got gold nipples.
Electric Avenue - Eddy Grant (Pineapple Express)
I'd been rocking out to this gem for many years after receiving a CD card with songs from the year of my birth one year from my uncle. Then I saw Pineapple Express and realised I might not be the only person who likes this song. Not long after, it was playing when I was on some bumper cars and of course I had to drive past everyone saying "yeah, Electric Avenue!"
White Lines - Grandmaster Flash (Shaun of the Dead)
We've all done the Shaun and Ed thing of singing this while walking home from the pub. With or without zombie backup singers. You all sniff when you sing along, right?
Another song that's proving that I was born in the year of awesome music.
Stuck In The Middle With You - Stealers Wheel (Reservoir Dogs)
You're listening to K Billy's super sounds of the 70s. This is possibly the best use of a soundtrack I've ever seen. Michael Madsen is so rad.
Wind Beneath My Wings - Bette Midler (Beaches)
Oh, the tears!
You've Lost That Loving Feeling - The Righteous Brothers (Top Gun)
That's right, I chose this one over Kenny Loggins. I once serenaded a kid in a McDonald's drive thru with this. He didn't give me a free frozen coke.
Bye Bye Blackbird - Joe Cocker (Sleepless in Seattle)
Blaze of Glory - Bon Jovi (Young Guns II)
Bon Jovi AND Emilo Estevez. Surely I'm winning now guys?
No Matter What - Badfinger (Now and Then)
Pretty much the whole Now and Then soundtrack is amazing. Every girl around my age loved that movie and as a result loved 70s music. We really need another movie like this for the current generation so they can appreciate quality like this.
You Make My Dreams Come True - Hall and Oates (The Wedding Singer, but made cool by 500 Days of Summer)
Bonus track that probably should have been on the guilty pleasures list:
Men In Black - Will Smith (Men In Black)
Seriously, I love this. I used to do the dance. Oh yeah.