InObscuria Podcast

Ep 78: Arcane Sounds From The Big Screen - Part Deux

Episode Summary

Pop some popcorn and join your hosts this week once again, as we check out more songs from flicks. That’s right, we are going to the movies and we’ve got the touch! The 70s, 80s, and 90s were full of blockbuster films featuring some awesome rocking tunes along with tons of films specifically about rock n’ roll. Our listeners gave us a ton of other films with obscure tunes to check out last time we did this; so grab your Reeses Pieces, large Coke, some nachos, and hum along.

Episode Notes

What is it we do here at InObscuria? Every show Kevin opens the crypt to exhume and dissect from his personal collection; an artist, album, or collection of tunes from the broad spectrum of rock, punk, and metal. This week Robert gets a glimpse into another collection of lost and forgotten songs from the silver screen! Our hope is that we turn you on to something new.

Songs this week include:

  1. King’s X – “Junior’s Gone Wild” from Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey(1991)
  2. The Looters – “Join The Professionals (The Proffesionals)” from Ladies & Gentleman, The Fabulous Stains (1982) 
  3. Queen – “The Hero” from Flash Gordon(1980)
  4. The Donnas – “Strutter” from Detroit Rock City – Music From The Motion Picture (1999)
  5. The Commitments – “Mr. Pitiful” from The Commitments (1991)
  6. Iggy Pop – “Repo Man” from Repo Man – Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1984)
  7. Silverchair & Vitro – “Spawn” from Spawn: The Album (1997)
  8. Alice Cooper – “Man With The Golden Gun” from Muscle Of Love (1974)

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