Soundtracks

Runaway Train

Out of the 36 Children Featured in Soul Asylum’s “Runaway Train”, 26 of Them Have been Found

Soul Asylum’s smash hit Runaway Train was popularly known for featuring images of 36 missing children. Soul Asylum lead singer Dave Pirner stated that the song was not composed with missing children in mind. They created the piece while suffering from a deep, dark depression. But despite this, the music video helped locate 26 of […]

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Why Did David Bowie and Dennis Hopper Break Into a Psychiatric Ward?

  David Bowie was known for his eccentric ways and oddity. His music tells a tale of a rather fluid and psychedelic approach, and his roles in acting seem to speak the same language. Throughout his career, he was known to do peculiar things, but did you know that he and his buddy, Dennis Hopper,

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Hans Zimmer

Who was the First Person to Be on an MTV Video in 1981?

The Music Television or MTV is an American cable channel that rose to popularity in the 1980s. It is the flagship property of the MTV Entertainment Group, which is part of Paramount Media Networks, a division of Paramount Global, and is based in New York City. The channel focused on the music industry and was

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How Did Alfred Hitchcock Choose the Music for the Shower Scene in the Movie Psycho?

Recognized as Alfred Hitchcock’s best work despite the hardships it encountered before its release, Psycho’s impact on cinema is evident in numerous movies and shows to date. A significant factor in its fame as a film is its iconic shower scene, which features the death of Janet Leigh’s Marion Crane accompanied by a terrifying and

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The directors of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Baby Driver consulted each other to make sure that the films would not have the same songs on their soundtracks.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (soundtrack) By August 2014, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 writer and director James Gunn had “some ideas listed, but nothing for sure” in terms of songs to include in Quill’s Awesome Mix Vol. 2 mixtape. In April 2015, Gunn said he felt “a little pressure for the soundtrack

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