Steve Martin has a new musical opening on broadway, and earlier this week, he appeared on Jimmy Fallon to talk about it. Since Fallon is famous for musical numbers, and Martin has been known to bust out a tune every now and then, this bit makes for perfect Internet click bait…and it will put a smile on your face (ask me how).
The minor key has long been known for its somber and sometime ominous undertones. It’s what makes songs like The Imperial March so menacing. But what if the song used a major key? Ian Gordon explores the changes in this week’s Friday Sing-Along.
There are a number of ways to kick in the new year; a kiss from your lover, or a stranger (or both), watching all the sports ball games, reading comics, or even playing board games until the Sun falls below the horizon, but at Major Spoilers, we like to ring in the new year with a hearty dose of Ookla the Mok… because we can.
You probably aren’t tired of all of the Star Wars stuff, yet, which is why today’s Friday Sing-Along features the cast of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Jimmy Fallon and The Roots singing a Star Wars medley, just for you.
If you love John Williams’ Star Wars music, you are in for a treat as the complete Star Wars: The Force Awakens soundtrack has been released on Spotify.
Animfantastic has put out a Star Wars/Rio Bravo parody music video on their youtube channel titled My Blaster, My Wookiee and Me to coincide with the theatrical release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In honor of the release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, Animfantastic is proud to present “My Blaster, My Wookiee, and Me”. In the 1959 Western “Rio Bravo”, co-stars Dean Martin and Ricky Nelson sang a mighty pretty tune called “My Rifle, My Pony, and Me”. We here at Animfantastic couldn’t help but imagine what that song might sound like on a desert planet in a galaxy far, far away… Directed
David Unger Music is ready for Star Wars: The Force Awakens to arrives, and while they get ready for the big day, the group took David and inserted him into clips from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
We’ve shared this before, many many years ago, but Ring Capacity by Kirby Krackle is just too good of a comic book song not to share again. So turn up your speakers, and get ready to belt it out chorus with the rest of your office mates. Do you have a favorite comic book related nerd song that totally rocks? Drop us a line, and let’s share your favorite song with everyone!
I’m not afraid of a zombie apocolypse because A) I’m well stocked with ammo and supplies, and B) I learned everything from George Romero. Check out the Sprites 2006 song if you don’t believe me. Do you have a favorite comic book related nerd song that totally rocks? Drop us a line, and let’s share your favorite song with everyone!
Parrotheads probably have the song memorized by now, but those of us who don’t follow Jimmy Buffett from coast to coast may not be familiar with this little gem from 1970 – Captain America We Love You. Now I kind of feel bad for The Hulk. Do you have a favorite comic book related nerd song that totally rocks? Drop us a line, and let’s share your favorite song with everyone!
Probably one of the earliest pieces of comic book related music, the Traits 1969 song, Nobody Loves the Hulk, was originally sold in the back of comic books from 1969 – 1970. Unfortunately, it didn’t sell that many copies – a few hundred according to songwriter/producer Rosalind Rogoff, but thanks to the Internet, it still lives on for you to enjoy today. Do you have a favorite comic book related nerd song that totally rocks? Drop us a line, and let’s share your favorite song with everyone!
Karen-O, of the Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs, new song, I Shall Rise, is featured in the launch trailer for the upcoming Rise of Tomb Raider game. Rise of the Tomb Raider arrives on November 10, 2015. As much as I want to play this game, I realize that my days of Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right are pretty much over, devolving instead into a round of button smashing as I hope for the best. Is it wrong for me then to just want to watch all of the cut scenes edited together into s short movie? Though it isn’t PIXAR