Discussion in 'Marvel Films' started by venom777, Sep 21, 2004.
who should be on the sountrack?
I posted this before on the "official GR hype thread" but cant hurt to post it again...
-Black Sabbath (paranoid, war pigs, iron man "instrumental version used for trailer..no lyrics")
-10,000 Homo DJs w/ Trent Reznor (supernaut )
-Motorhead (ace of spades)
-KMFDM (drug against war, son of a gun)
-Lightning Bolt (two towers, conan)
-Treponem Pal (the renegade)
-Ministry (jesus built my hotrod, scarecrow, just one fix)
-Butthole Surfers (who was in my room last night)
-A Perfect Circle or Tool (pretty much anything )
-White Zombie / Rob Zombie (more human than human, devil man, superbeast, ...ah hell.....just about anything from these guys would fit! heh)
-Rollins Band (Ghost Rider.....naturally...but used for the ending credits)
New kids on the block - hangin tough
brittney spears - toxic
Justin timberlake- rock your body
Flock of seagulls- I ran
micheal jackson - bilie jean
I hope you're joking because I almost puked
I always saw Long Hard Road out of Hell by Marilyn Manson, but it was used in Spawn so i don't know.
Hopefully not loser crap metal like they did for Punisher. The Staind song they promoted it with was great but that "Powerman 5000" song they had for the credits rolling and apparently a music video for it was simply awful. It should be hard rock, and classic rock not gothy, "dark" metal, which only utter losers are enthusiasts of.
It should be remeniscant of "Easy Rider" not the pot-smoke filled garage of the ****** who listens to slipknot down the street.
It wasn't Powerman 5000, it was drowning pool.
I think there's a very stark contrast between Easy Rider and Ghost Rider.
Yeah, I like a fair bit of that selection, however I think various tracks should be chosen to reflect differences in the kinds of characters involved. Blaze and GR of the first series strike me as being better matched up to some old school ballsy or sleazy sounding rock than more recent metal outings. I'm thinking how perfect GNR's "You Could Be Mine" fitted the motorcycle scenes early in T2: Judgement Day here. The Datsuns' "Mother F cker From Hell" might be a good fit for Ghost Rider. Zarathos would be a better candidate for Ministry tracks IMO as would the likes of Blackout. Mephisto needs soft haunting orchestral scores.
Still need to jam some Nordic Black Metal in there somewhere though eh?
I hate all the gothy crap. However Drowning Pool isn't really gothic by todays standards. Atleast the original DP wasn't. Now I hear that the lead is a crazy mofo which is dumb (I do like Step Up tho). I've never been into the crazy super hardcore ****. The worst I get is Pantera... hey why not put Cowboys From Hell on it. Even thought I like some metal (mainly the puss metal like DP, Stone Sour, Union Underground and Saliva) I also like the classic stuff. Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Van Halen and Skynyrd kick ass. However, don't see any of them (especially Skynyrd) making it onto a GR soundtrack.
That would kick major ****ing ass! Five out of the five are actually good songs... lol. (GTA Vice City got me liking the last two. I remember liking Hangin Tough as a kid and Britney Spears is just a hot ****e and the song is kinda catchy. Rock your body. Now that's some catchy ass **** right there. Hear it once and you want stop singing it for the rest of the day. It's ok to deny it, I'm sure no guy would admit it. ) None of these for the GR genre though.
Rob Zombie's "Demon Speeding" sounds like it was specifically written for Ghost Rider.
How about all original songs by some of those artists?
I don't think there should be any soundtrack at all. Maybe when you see somone in a car with the radio on, or a some sort of Club. But I don't want any songs being in fight scenes or anything with the action, it should just be composed music.
yes T1000416 i'd rather buy the gr instrumental score myself
rob zombie dragula and i liked the punisher soundtrack because its what fits punisher.
definetly lightning bolt and the locusts should be on the soundtrack
There will definatly be a lighting bolt or two in this movie. I don't know about locusts though.
Ha, I crack myself up.
I'm thinking ROB ZOMBIE would be attracted to this.. other nu-metal personalities.. that's how they're probably gonna go..
Realistically....they will go for the new artists....will probably sell more soundtrack cds if they did and the might be cheaper to get too. i just hope they can compromise and get some old stuff in there too. would love to hear some Black Sabbath or Motorhead in there somewhere
im curious though who they will get to do the straight instrumental/background music.
Yeah, it's sad if goes that way. I'd personally like to see Venom and Slayer on the soundtrack. Just check out the lyrics for Venom's song "Possessed" and also Slayer's "Spirit in Black" and "Born in Fire".
Someone heavy should cover Chris Rea - Road To Hell.
I have a feeling we're gonna here a lot less Metal than most think. This movie is gonna be 'touching' as well as horrific remember. It's a heartbreaking story if you remember. This guy sells his sole to save another and it tears him up inside.
Plus, can you really picture Stayer playing with Nic Cage's face on screen? Now that's a ****ed up music video if I ever saw one.
If there is a soundtrack, something like the SPAWN soundtrack woudl be nice...however...what would make it even better is if it were songs INSPIRED by the film, not necessarily all appearing in the film (my one real little gripe with DD)
Since this movie is a go and I haven't seen anyone mention the music for the movies. Who do you all think should score the movie?
I'm not sure if anyone has heard of him, but I believe Tuomas Holopainen from the band Nightwish could score a great film. I believe he could bring certain moods to scenes involving Blaze/GR.
If not him, then Graham Revelle(Spelling?) he did The Crow, Daredevil, and I know he did a lot more. But those are the two that I'm very familar with and happen to enjoy.
I personally don't recommend Danny Elfman, simply because GR isn't Spider-Man or Batman for that matter. But seriously, my first pick is Tuomas Holopainen, and I recommend you check out his band Nightwish. You'll see what I mean with the music he creates.
Actually, a thread of this topic was located on the second page of the GR forum...