Discussion in 'Iron Man 3' started by Hypestyle, Jan 26, 2013.
The Black Keys
Thats a great shout and I'm surprised they haven't been on a movie soundtrack yet.
I didn't even realize til now they had a Japanese trailer with it's own cool music:
That is pretty cool
I've really enjoyed the trailer music to all 4 trailers so far.
"This tune goes out to the last american heroes, to whom speed means freedom of the soul...audioslave..."
They keep saying this movie is about Tony going back to the cave. (With a box of scraps.) So....
For a score I want something reminiscent of Driving with the top down, they've never topped that one yet in any of the Marvel flicks.
For a soundtrack choice, if we're moving away from AC/DC, I would guess Led Zeppelin (Iron Maiden would be fun but they dont really "feel" Tony Stark:ish enough) will be the ones opening and closing the movie.
Although, for some reason I'm imagining that Slash & Myles Kennedy could also work. They have both this old school sound and are contemporary enough to give the movie a more modern aura:
c'mon, lots of people, Ghostface was their first real world knowledge of Tony Stark,
u can't find the Ghost?
good, then the Ghost can't find u
We Are Kings confirmed!
Hmm.. went from rock to Indie/Alternative Rock.
Not just saying because I'm a huge fan btu I think Buckethead would totally fit on an Iron Man soundtrack. Then again Buckethead would fit with any good action/sci-fi-horror, etc. hell his pretty acoustic stuff could be in a drama...so yeah I vote Buckethead for upcoming Marvel things. I know that Joe Satriani guy would be good for a Silver Surfer film but Buckethead would be equally amazing matched with the Surfer.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Black Keys
System of a Down
Those are the bands I'd put in the soundtrack, a mixture of old (but not too old) and some new.
Of Monsters and Men
None please. The classic rock make's it too tongue-in-cheek for me to be invested in it.
Indie Rock just doesn't feel like Tony Stark. If they aren't going to have my band on there (and they won't) then stick with AC/DC