What artists/bands should be on the soundtrack?

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  1. 747

    747 Fanboy rivalry? Yawn.

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    The Black Keys
     
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  2. StarLord

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    Thats a great shout and I'm surprised they haven't been on a movie soundtrack yet.

    Amazing band.
     
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    kedrell Fork&SpoonOperator

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    I didn't even realize til now they had a Japanese trailer with it's own cool music:

     
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    That is pretty cool
     
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    I've really enjoyed the trailer music to all 4 trailers so far.
     
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    "This tune goes out to the last american heroes, to whom speed means freedom of the soul...audioslave..."
     
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    cherokeesam SHIELD Director Coulson

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    They keep saying this movie is about Tony going back to the cave. (With a box of scraps.) So....


    [YT]IgDNCmGr-Q4[/YT]
     
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    obin_gam Well-Known Member

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    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:

     
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    Ghostface Killah!!!
    c'mon, lots of people, Ghostface was their first real world knowledge of Tony Stark,
    u can't find the Ghost?
     
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    good, then the Ghost can't find u
     
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    Hmm.. went from rock to Indie/Alternative Rock.
     
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    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.
     
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    Foo Fighters
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Pearl Jam
    Soundgarden
    The Black Keys
    System of a Down
    Rise Against

    Those are the bands I'd put in the soundtrack, a mixture of old (but not too old) and some new.
     
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    ChukNoris Experienced Bra Fitter

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    AC/DC
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Black Keys
    Imagine Dragons
    Of Monsters and Men
     
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    None please. The classic rock make's it too tongue-in-cheek for me to be invested in it.
     
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    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
     
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