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Mini-Me

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« on: 01-29-2008 18:01 »

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I'm caught the end of Dr. Strangelove the other day and "We'll Meet Again" reminded me of Futurama. I want to get a soundtrack together with all the great music, while keeping it related to the show, also while keeping it to about 40 minutes, including voice clips.

Sadly, I'm a little rusty on all of the music used and need some help filtering what stays and what goes. They don't have to be from any episode. If the song reminds you of the show, please post it.

Track List:
Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again
Donovan - Atlantis
Katrina & The Waves - Walking on Sunshine
Simple Minds - Don't You (Forget About Me)
Beck - Where It's At
Pizzicato Five - Baby Love Child
Cream - Sunshine of your Love
The Rosenburgs - Overboard
Connie Francis - I Will Wait For You
Scott Walker - 30 Century Man
SonicPanther

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« Reply #1 on: 01-29-2008 18:15 »

You may want to use to 30 Century Man by The Jigsaw Seen as opposed to Scott Walker, because that was the version used in BBS.
Futurama Llama

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« Reply #2 on: 01-29-2008 19:21 »

Does
Christopher Tyng- Futurama Theme
count?
coldangel

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« Reply #3 on: 01-29-2008 19:46 »

Science Fiction, by The Divinyls

Rocket Man, by Elton John (or William Shatner, if you like...)

Suffragette City, by David Bowie (New New York theme)

Future Love Paradise, by Seal

Standing in the Way of Control, by The Gossip

Heavy Metal, by Blue Oyster Cult

Life During Wartime, by Talking Heads

Tom Sawyer, by Rush (used in Anthology of Interest)

Don't You Forget About Me, by Simple Minds (already mentioned, but an awesome song, from Luck of the Fryish)

Ready to Go, by Republica

Outer Space, (remix) by The Prodigy

Have a Cigar, by Pink Floyd (Bender's theme)

We are all Made of Stars, by Moby

Monster Hospital, by Metric (combat theme)

Love Will Tear Us Apart, by Joy Division (Fry & Leela theme)

Welcome to the Jungle, by Guns 'n' Roses

Ordinary World, by Duran Duran
Futurama Llama

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« Reply #4 on: 01-29-2008 19:54 »

We are all made of Stars? What does that remind you of in Futurama? Is it in the show?
coldangel

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« Reply #5 on: 01-29-2008 20:02 »

No. Are most of those songs I listed in the show?
I just think it's a nice feel-good kind of vaguely space-related song. Do you have a problem with that? 'Cause I'll cut you open just as soon as look at you.
Futurama Llama

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« Reply #6 on: 01-29-2008 20:11 »

Ehhem. No. I have no problem. I was merely wondering. And, dare thou cut me open? I know thou art a cold angel, but art thou an angel of death? Wellll, it really depends on whereist thou cutteth me open.
Mini-Me

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« Reply #7 on: 01-30-2008 15:46 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
Science Fiction, by The Divinyls

Rocket Man, by Elton John (or William Shatner, if you like...)

Suffragette City, by David Bowie (New New York theme)

Future Love Paradise, by Seal

Standing in the Way of Control, by The Gossip

Heavy Metal, by Blue Oyster Cult

Life During Wartime, by Talking Heads

Tom Sawyer, by Rush (used in Anthology of Interest)

Don't You Forget About Me, by Simple Minds (already mentioned, but an awesome song, from Luck of the Fryish)

Ready to Go, by Republica

Outer Space, (remix) by The Prodigy

Have a Cigar, by Pink Floyd (Bender's theme)

We are all Made of Stars, by Moby

Monster Hospital, by Metric (combat theme)

Love Will Tear Us Apart, by Joy Division (Fry & Leela theme)

Welcome to the Jungle, by Guns 'n' Roses

Ordinary World, by Duran Duran

Wowie. I'll have to give those a listen. I didn't even think of using Joy Division. Thank you.
La Belle Leela

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« Reply #8 on: 01-31-2008 20:37 »

Hmmm,,, interesting.

I have a playlist on my iPod where all the songs are inspired by someone from the show.   big grin

coldangel

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« Reply #9 on: 02-01-2008 00:54 »

Oh and... Golden Years by David Bowie.
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