hedben2013 wrote:I'm actually a bit of a gym addict now and I bought some fake tan. Slim but toned.
This was, er, a genuine question right?
But great suggestion thanks!
All good stuff gents, thankyou for humouring me again.
The Best Of: Movie Songs • Page 2
wuntyphyve wrote:My band mate actually suggested this so I'm going to offer a bond night too, or a mix.
You could have a wee Bond segment with A View to a Kill, For Your Eyes Only, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die and Skyfall. Goldfinger too possibly (but only if you're walking along beside a motorway at a brisk pace).
Going to have to buy a tux but they always come in handy.
I've always wanted to perform Thunderball too.
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No easy Way out (Rocky4)
Angel of the city (Cobra)
Holiday Road (Vacation films)
Time Bomb Town (Back to the Future)
The Keeper (Machine Gun Preacher)
You Know my name (James Bond)
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I Still Believe - The Lost Boys
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Anything from Blues Brothers! Nice tribute to Aretha as well, as doesn't sound too good for her
neilka wrote:Figuratively and literally.
Would you be open to jizz?
Well you did ask
Some really fucking brilliant choices guys, if anything I have an entertaining playlist on spotify now.
I have a potential client now too.
Blues Brothers, why didn't I think of that.
Musicals in general. Grease!
And I now have 40 tunes to work on.
Cheers guys, feel free to use this thread for you favourite movie themes ans soundtracks.
Or nuke it from orbit, you know, just to be sure.
Can we now ignore the original thread title and spend a few hours suggesting songs that aren't from necessarily from films and definitely have no lyrics? These should be performed with increasing levels of enthusiasm and eye contact until it becomes terrifying for the audience.
I'd like to suggest the Countdown and Blockbusters themes, leading into an A Team and Knight Rider mashup.
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Main theme from Zulu. Performed on a trombone.
This leads effortlessly into an acapella Men of Harlech.
Before lobbing a spear into the audience.
The theme tune from Cheers
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