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Blue Moon - An American Werewolf in London

Sweet Emotion - Dazed and Confused

I Can Dream About you - Streets of Fire

You Could Be Mine - Terminator 2

There's No Stoppin' Us - Breakin'

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The End - Apocalypse Now

This Must Be The Place - Wall Street

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Mess Around - Planes Trains and Automobiles (that song get's me pumped when I hear it and I instantly do the air piano to it!!)

Land of a Thousand Dances - Great Outdoors - How can you not think of Uncle Roman!

Good Enough (Cindy Lauper) - Goonies, totally.

Holiday Road - Vacation, everytime but I also get really excited hearing "Christmas Vacation" at the begening of Christmas Vacation! Haha.

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"Love Touch" by Rod Stewart - Legal Eagles
"Meet Me Half Way" by Kenny Loggins - Over the Top
"After All" by Cher and Peter Cetera - Chances Are

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The Time of My Life (Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes) & Hungry Eyes (Eric Carmen) - Dirty Dancing

Tenderness (General Public) - Weird Science

Axel F (Harold Faltermeyer) - Beverly Hills Cop

Do You Hear What I Hear? (Johnny Mathis) - Gremlins

Rock This Town (The Stray Cats) & Li'l Red Riding Hood (Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs) - Private School

Stand and Deliver (Mr. Mister) - Stand and Deliver

Moondance (Van Morrison) - An American Werewolf in London

Back in Time (Huey Lewis and the News) - Back to the Future

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quote:
Originally posted by Zach:
Do You Hear What I Hear? (Johnny Mathis) - Gremlins

Yes, I can't hear the song without expecting it to go off where it does in the film haha
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Man, I totally would think of Gremlins every time I heard that song too....I guess from lack of watching the movie lately I forgot about that.
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Cant Buy Me Love...Cant Buy Me Love
Blitzkrieg Pop.....National Lampoons Vacation
Gloria.............The Outsiders
Power of Love......Back to the Future

DedododoDedadada &
Open Arms..........Last American Virgin

Summertime Girls &
One Night Love Affair..Real Genius

Tracks of My Tears..Platoon

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The first thing that came to mind was Steppenwolf's Born to be Wild from Easy Rider..
but when it comes to 80's movies, i would
definitely go for Eye of the Tiger by Survivor
(from Rocky 3).. that song kinda became the
anthem for the whole Rocky-series, i guess.
Probably the song is still being played
everywhere Sly is invited to talk about Rocky.

I got some more for you.. how about these :

- The Glory of Love by Peter Cetera
(from The Karate Kid 2)

- Coming Around Again by Carly Simon
(from Heartburn)

- Flashdance (What a Feeling) by Irene Cara
(from.. well, you know...)

By the way.. I'm new here. So, hello to everyone ! :-)

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Hey, welcome to the board [Smile]
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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
Hey, welcome to the board [Smile]

Thank you ! [Smile]
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FOXY LADY.....BETTER OFF DEAD(the mailman scene)

EASE ON DOWN THE ROAD..... RAZORBACK(it was actually a character singing it driving down the road)

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"Masquerade" (Berlin) - Perfect
"Nobody's Fool" (Kenny Loggins) - Caddyshack II
"Live to Tell" (Madonna) - At Close Range
"Only the Young" (Journey) - Vision Quest
"Pet Sematary" (The Ramones) - Pet Sematary

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Love is Love : Electric Dreams
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quote:
Originally posted by Crash:
Hey, Bernie. It's not Scorsese's best movie nor is it Newman's best performance either. In fact, what I remember the movie for--apart from Zevon's "Werewolves"--is that it was the year that the great Bob Hoskins in "Mona Lisa," a better performance, was positively doomed to lose to Newman for the Best Actor Oscar. Some folks even cynically suggest that "The Color of Money" was just a set-up Oscar nomination grab for Newman. (I read the same thing about Jodie Foster in "Nell" when that came out.) I don't think so, but Newman was much better in "The Verdict," for example. That's the unfairness of the Academy Awards. The membership has this goofy attitude that if it's your time--that is, you are a well-liked crony, and you've lost before--you win, no matter that it's not your best work. Hence, Scorsese's win for "The Departed," Denzel Washington for "Training Day," etc.

Yeah as good as Training Day was and as good as Denzel was in it, his performance in The Hurricane was better. Just like how Russell Crowe won for Gladiator, but I thought A Beuatiful Mind was a lot better.
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quote:
Originally posted by The Good Package:
you know crash, they dont play enough zevon on the radio these days, i love werewolves of london.

bonnie tyler - holding out for a hero, i think of who's harry crumb.

Funny, I think they used that in Footloose too, when they're racing. That's what I usually think of, or the scene in Short Circuit 2 when Johnny 5 is chasing the bad guy.
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quote:
Originally posted by gotta go back:
Cant Buy Me Love...Cant Buy Me Love
Blitzkrieg Pop.....National Lampoons Vacation
Gloria.............The Outsiders
Power of Love......Back to the Future

DedododoDedadada &
Open Arms..........Last American Virgin

Summertime Girls &
One Night Love Affair..Real Genius

Tracks of My Tears..Platoon

Agree with these too. Didn't XTC do the song Summertime Girls? I'd also add:

Got to be Somebody's Baby by Jackson Browne makes me think of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, when Stacey loses her virginity.

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"You're the Best" - Karate Kid
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quote:
Originally posted by Anthony33:
[QUOTE] Didn't XTC do the song Summertime Girls?

No, Anthony33, they didn't. A check of the Real Genius soundtrack will show that Summertime Girls was performed by Y&T.
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That's it. Y&T. I was watching the video for that on Youtube recently. I knew it was something with 2 or 3 letters in it, thanks. I'd also go with Phil Oakley's Together in Electic Dreams with Giorgio Moroder for the Electric Dreams soundtrack.

Speaking of You're the Best, Opie and Anthony used that on their radio show whenever their head of security entered the studio, since he was some kind of martial arts bleck belt. I also just saw a South Park episode where they used the song. The funny think about the episode was the kids were trying to lose at little league baseball because they didn't want to continue playing all summer long in the playoffs, classic.

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Y&T Summertime Girls is an excellent video, check it out when you get the chance. Lots of Eye Candy
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Slow Hand in Just one of the Guys.
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80's only :
Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Relax / Body Double
Bobby Vinton - Blue Velvet / Blue Velvet
The Go-Go's - We Got the Beat / Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Simple Minds - Don't You Forget About Me / The Breakfast Club
Yello - Oh Yeah / The Secret of My Success (and Ferris Bueller)
Bob Seger - Old Time Rock and Roll - Risky Business
Blondie - Call Me / American Gigolo
Neil Young - Hey Hey, My My / Out of the Blue
Buddy Holly - Everyday / Stand By Me

And, although it's not a movie, Phil Collins - In the Air Tonight / Miami Vice

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Bobby Brown - On Our Own from Ghostbusters II.
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never ending story
labyrinth soundtrack
breakfast club dont you forget about me
st elmo's fire
lost boys soundtrack

so many [Smile]

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