Thursday, April 14, 2011

Music - Soundtrack for AA I

Not that anyone has approached me about a movie but I was thinking about what I would like on the sound track.
Stacy M. Grubb

NIN - Hurt

Stones - Oh Carol!

Golden Earring - Twilight Zone

Eagles - Certain kind of fool

Anyone have any other suggestions?

I have a few others but I am curious about what you hear.


  1. Mmmmmm NIN.... :-D
    I used to dance to a lot of NIN.

    Stripped from Depeche Mode, might fit in. "Let me see you make decisions, without your televisions..."

    "King of the Road" ? :-D
    "I shot the sheriff" Just cause I love me some reggae. :-D

  2. How about "I won't Back Down" - Tom Petty.

    Had a friend who we played this for at his wake. Sounds pretty good after Amazing Grace.

    Jim in MO.

  3. Not bad at all. I especially like the Tom Petty song. Seen him and the band twice.

  4. huuuuummmmm...

    Got me thinking about tunes now....

    "The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" by R.e.m. is one possible for the helo/gunship sequence...

    "Bad to The Bone" by George Thorogood...

    Almost anything by ZZTop for background, Perhaps "Sharp Dressed Man" for when G & Max are gearing up?

    Just a few thoughts from my warped brain :)

  5. Hero of the Day - Metallica
    Rooster - Alice in Chains
    Absolution album - Muse
    Cities in Dust - Souxsie & Banshees

    here's another take on it:

  6. Hurt remake by Johnny Cash might be better...

  7. For the intro (perhaps over a series of pics of the Financial Crash starting): Studio version of "Gimme Shelter".

    For the helo/gunship scene "Search and Destroy" by Iggy and the Stooges.

    For anything dark or nasty: "Gimme Danger" by Iggy and the Stooges.

    - Bobn posting as "anon" due to new work proxy restrictions

  8. a lot of AA put Nick Cave in my head. also Townes Van Zandt. Whenever characters from "the stans" were around, i usually heard staind, alice in chains and the like. sometimes though, it rains blood

    some of my favorite tunes upthread. thanks for the reminders :)


  9. I like these. Some of them I am going to have to listen to. Rains Blood sounds good just from the name.

  10. Bohica here,
    Obviously, I was a teenager in the sixties.

    Eve of Destruction- B. McGuire
    Masters of War- B. Dylan
    For What Its' Worth- Buffalo Springfield
    Sympathy For The Devil- Rolling Stones

    One really sick scene would be John Lennon's "Imagine" as the first wave of the hoard overruns the town.

  11. Yeah. The video to Johnny Cash's Hurt was great too.
    I really like that! Yep. "Imagine" would be perfect.

  12. Can't wait for the movie!
    Can I play Max?

  13. Sure. Funny how no one wants to be Ninja