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  1. No contest here, you have to go with Rush…if you are making a Captain Canuck movie. Otherwise, you just can’t go wrong with Journey. I know, I know, I hear you saying “they are overplayed!” or “Glee ruined them!” but let me ask you: Why are they overplayed? Why did the producers of Glee choose to put their entire catalog into that show? Because every one of their songs will rock your face off, that is why! Never has a band been more consistent than Journey, and every Super worth his cape has stood in front of a mirror in their tighty-whiteys with “Don’t Stop Believin'” cranked to eleven on their boombox.

  2. Out of the choices, Rush. Mostly because I associate a lot of their music subconsciously with going to the arcade and reading comics in the 80’s and early 90’s, and my superhero story starts out there (technically it starts earlier, but the bulk of the first part of the story is the mid 1980’s, the middle continuing into the very early 1990’s before eventually skipping from about 1994 to 2005 and ending in roughly present day, though that would take about 4 movies and a couple of specials to fully tell).

  3. To score it? Straight up none of them. They’re better used for insert songs, not scores. You’ve got to use them strategically for the most impact, otherwise you get stuff like the world’s longest Daft Punk album.

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