Topic should the new godzilla movie play blue oyster cults godzilla song?

Huge-Ben

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Posted Aug-15-2013 4:36 PM

hey guys tell me what you think should the blue oyster cult godzilla song be played at the end of the new godzilla movie?

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Godzilla 2016

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Posted Aug-15-2013 7:39 PM

Well that song hasn't been used lately, I'm expecting them to because the are trying to make it like a classic Godzilla movie but only older Godzilla fan know that song. So I guess they will.

solomonster54

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Posted Aug-15-2013 7:43 PM

I kind of hope they use it during the end credits. They played Black Sabbath's "Iron Man" during the end credits of the first movie, so why not Godzilla too? Either that, or Akira Ifukube's original theme.

Stevezilla1961

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Posted Aug-15-2013 10:57 PM

I certainly hope so.

Gman2887

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Posted Aug-16-2013 12:27 AM

No.

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TheDude

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Posted Aug-16-2013 9:09 AM

Hell no. Their music sucks too. Something of a nod to Akira Ifukube would be much more fitting than that crap.

Gman2887

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Posted Aug-16-2013 2:51 PM

I think we also need to take in to consideration if the song would fit with the movie. If the movie is a little more tongue & cheek with fun antics like [i]Iron Man[/i], then it might be appropriate. If it's a more serious, character driven and hard-nosed movie, then it would be vastly inappropriate to have any form of rock music in it. You don't throw a song in a movie, "just 'cause."

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saiyaman_unleashed

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Posted Aug-16-2013 8:55 PM

Agree with Gman2887. Hopefully the movie's tone is such that the blue oyster cult song is not used.

Red 5

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Posted Aug-16-2013 10:20 PM

As a life long Godzilla fan, and with all respect to Blue Oyster Cult, my mind and mood is always set to the music used in "Godzilla 1985" and "Godzilla vs. Gigan". No matter what other G-movie I'm watching, that music just sets my heart racing and ready for the blue fire and fight scenes that made me forget that this was sci-fi and that there were people in costumes. I humbly suggest looking up those movies, listen to the music, and really hear what Ifukube was transmitting.

saiyaman_unleashed

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Posted Aug-17-2013 12:26 PM

Akira Ifukube didn't score Godzilla 1985, and if memory serves me right, none of his more iconic Godzilla tunes even make it into the movie. I do think Godzilla 1985 is a good score to listen to for tone, but I can't say the same about Godzilla vs Gigan (even though I like that movie a quite a bit).

MRImage69

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Posted Aug-17-2013 7:29 PM

No, definitely not, unless it's playing on some classic rock station in the background in some obscure scene. That song is cornier now than when it came out. The Director already said that the movie has a serious tone to it.

kaijuman31

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Posted Aug-25-2013 11:52 AM

yeah it should

dragonfire51

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Posted Sep-20-2013 4:56 PM

sure why not

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