Topic: Music

I appologize in advance if this has been done before.

If you were making a Fett movie what kind of music would you use for the soundtrack? I'd use an eclectic blend of mainly rock and classical.

Also which song(s) would you use? Right now all I can think of that I'd use is Pearl Jam's Life Wasted, Blue October's Hate Me, and People on Planes' If You Talk Too Much.

There's only one Return, and it ain't of the King... It's of the Jedi.

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I can't think of much, but I'd have to say Buffalo Springfield's For what it's worth.

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I would say Alice Cooper's "Who Do You Think We Are?"

take it easy baby take it as it comes

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Motley Crue's "If I die Tomorrow", Papa Roach, "Getting away with Murder" (i mean cmon, just look at the title)

Good... Bad... I'm the one with the gun.
Hail to the King Baby!!

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Ha! Yeah. I think I'd add AC/DC's Money Talks too.

There's only one Return, and it ain't of the King... It's of the Jedi.

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As a gag, I'd add Beastie Boys Fight For Your Right (To Party). But, in all seriousness, anything heavy metal.

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.................um..........are you serious? hmm Bestie Boys arent heavy metal?!?! Bands like Slipknot are heavy metal. I dont like heavy metal though, but personaly, I hate the beastie boys............very annoying voice. But thats just me.....


TW

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8 (edited by Atinvod Sunday, July 16, 2006 11:36 am)

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No, the Beastie Boys are NOT metal. They're a mix of rap and, I guess, pop-rock. (If there is such a thing.) They paved the road for people like Eminem and Paul Wall (the dude in Grillz, least I think. I don't listen to much rap of any sort.)

Heavy Metal: SlipKnot, Korn, AC/DC, Metallica, Disturbed, ShineDown, MudVein, Godsmack, Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper, System of a Down, Hinder, Chevelle, FlyLeaf, Offspring, etc. These bands are heavy metal, a bit mainstream, yes, but heavy metal nonetheless.

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Jeeze, I didnt know there were so many heavy metal bands. hmm I listen to Paul Wall, Tupac, Everyone from G-Unit, Elvis, Biggie Smalls, Dem Franchise Boyz, John Williams, The Roots, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Puff Daddy, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Game, Eminem, ACDC, Jerry Lee Lewis and a lot more I cant remember. I have kind of a weird sense of taste in music.
I have come to the conclusion that you cant be white without liking ACDC.


TW

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How'd you figure that out? I know alot of "white" (I don't see colors, I see people) people who don't like ACDC.
Trust me, True Warrior, I just barely scratched the surface of heavy metal bands. But, I never knew there were so many rappers either.

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My soundtrack would have to beeee....

32 Leaves - All is Numb : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wZupQbZlWg

Sevendust - Live Again : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRBEFHJySvI

Hurt - Rapture: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qKcvyZS2lo

Big Tymers - Still Fly : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWc8jnN_dbQ (I have no idea why this song reminds me of Fett, but I think of him EVERY TIME I hear it. XD )

"Next time I'll just reach over and pull somebody's head off."

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Atinvod wrote:

Heavy Metal: SlipKnot, Korn, AC/DC, Metallica, Disturbed, ShineDown, MudVein, Godsmack, Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper, System of a Down, Hinder, Chevelle, FlyLeaf, Offspring, etc. These bands are heavy metal, a bit mainstream, yes, but heavy metal nonetheless.

I apologize for my perfectionism, but Alice Cooper is usually considered shock rock (which he virtually invented) or death rock.

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Atinvod wrote:

Heavy Metal: SlipKnot, Korn, AC/DC, Metallica, Disturbed, ShineDown, MudVein, Godsmack, Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper, System of a Down, Hinder, Chevelle, FlyLeaf, Offspring, etc. These bands are heavy metal, a bit mainstream, yes, but heavy metal nonetheless.

And I wouldn't necessarily call Disturbed heavy metal, either...maybe before, but their newer stuff is a lot more mainstream rock.

Anyway, I'd pick mostly modern rock for the soundtrack, just because it'd have to be a fast-paced scifi/thriller/action movie, and those require rock music practically by definition. Specifically, it could include Disturbed, Hurt, Thousand Foot Krutch, Three Days Grace, Thrice, and maybe some Linkin Park if the mood is just right.

Even more specifically, the perfect song, I think, would be Animal I Have Become by Three Days Grace (One X being my favorite album at the moment), for some point when Fett goes completely nuts and start butchering people.

And just for laughs, let's work Funkytown in there somehow.

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For some reason I think there needs to be Clint Eastwood by the Gorillaz playing if Fett walks into a cantina.

Also Fett's Vette should be in the background somewhere. Like Fett's walking down the street or something, a street performer is playing it. Boba just pauses for a moment to listen then turns and flips the guy a coin before continuing on.

There's only one Return, and it ain't of the King... It's of the Jedi.

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Mandalor_the_Smart_Alec wrote:

Also Fett's Vette should be in the background somewhere. Like Fett's walking down the street or something, a street performer is playing it. Boba just pauses for a moment to listen then turns and flips the guy a coin before continuing on.

I'd imagine he'd be somewhat baffled by that experience. XD

"Next time I'll just reach over and pull somebody's head off."

16 (edited by Atinvod Saturday, July 22, 2006 11:17 am)

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Okay, I'd have to agree with you there, guys. I guess I did generalize there, sorry 'bout that.
Gunslinger- Is that song not awesome or what!?!?! That right there, hands down, is Fett's theme song.

Okay, wait, what should be played if he's in a elevator? Just out of plum curiosity.

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17 (edited by True Warrior Saturday, July 22, 2006 6:52 pm)

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WHAT!!!?!?! NEVER!!! I have Fett's theme song here in my Winamp! Only if I knew how to post audio!!!! Its either by this guy or recorded by Jeremy Soule, and its Jango Fett's theme but it seems to suite Boba quite well. And I know an even better rap song that is Boba's theme song. Warrior pt2 -by Lloyd Banks. Check my signature. Man, I wish I could put it up on the Multimedia section! hmm


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Atinvod wrote:

Okay, wait, what should be played if he's in a elevator? Just out of plum curiosity.

Simple, Elevator muscic tongue
No really, nothing better than Fett diving, blasting, rolling, beating people to the sound of heavy metal or rock... and then he walks into an elevator and that quiet melody starts playing as Boba exhales and the doors close as the camera pans around to the floor littered with bodies.

Good... Bad... I'm the one with the gun.
Hail to the King Baby!!

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That's it! Elevator music version of Fett's Vette!

There's only one Return, and it ain't of the King... It's of the Jedi.

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Elevator music is nothing compared to
Pirates of the Caribbean!!! Particullarly "Barbossa is Hungry", and "The Kraken"...especially the Kraken, aaaa...I'm listening to it right now, it's so awesome...

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Flogging Molly
I can't decide which song though.

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22 (edited by Ursula Thursday, July 27, 2006 6:38 pm)

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Soundtrack a Fett Film?  That's like one of my dream jobs!

Theme song: The Sentinel by Judas Priest.  Open to the sleek Slave I, and a battle as Fett drags the merchadise through a gauntlett to get to his rig. Pan the bodies left and right, then cut to  Fett at the helm, hard merchandise in the lock up, sweating the fate to come. No one escapes the retribution that is Fett. Only a fool would stand between him and what is 'his'.

First Full Appearance in the den of some crime lord somewhere, bounty in tow, about to get his payoff: I want your Money - the Flying Lizzard's version

He is contacted by one of his information brokers, and hired by a mysterious client. He begins the hunt: Enter the Sandman - Metallica

Complications ensue. Several rivals are after the hard merchandise and the merchandise themselves are not without resources and friends: The first mix up:  Up to the Limit by Accept

He is contacted by his info broker. There's a snag. Something not right about the intel, pay a visit to the client's agent of inquiry: Dancing on your Grave - Motorhead

He sweats the agent, figures out the real deal, makes another contact , and is off again. Someone attacks him on his ship while in flight - Break Stuff by Limp Bizkit.

The attacker is a spy with a moderate bounty. He locks them up and keeps on trucking. He's closing in. He travels to the lair of the hard merchandise, has a space battle with some pirate scum that get in his way (just because he HATES pirates) and dusts a few low level hunters trying to hone in on his glory and threaten the mission  (by breaking the bounty hunters code):  Freewheel Burning - Judas Priest


He corners the bounty, but before he can make the score, he must fight a battle on two fronts against his rivals and the prey's  'friends'. Good thing he came prepared.  Then again, he's Boba Fett, he's ALWAYS prepared. -  Bodies  - Drowning Pool

He drops the bounty on a skypad high above an overindustrialized planet. Below are steel gray clouds so thick they remind him of permacrete. Cold winds blow around him but never touch his skin. He holds fate and justice simultaneously in the grip of his fist, but this never stains his soul. He hands over the merchandise to a nameless, faceless emissary and turns back to his ship, the distance between the stars, and the solitude of deep space -  Sun by Halford.

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holy crap....

Good... Bad... I'm the one with the gun.
Hail to the King Baby!!

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whoa, can I get that soundtrack to that?

They say that dreamers are an extinct breed. I say they're wrong.

25 (edited by Rogue_Mandalore Wednesday, August 16, 2006 9:22 am)

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it would be nearly essential to have "I stand alone" by Godsmack.

mix in the heavy rock mixed with classical music ... listen to the scattered mix between the two styles on the soundtrack to Blackhawk Down by Hans Zimmer

and to mesh well with the war-torn space theme throw in some heavy industrial rock/metal for background noise to mix scenes together and  wrap up the finale and long ending credits ... something with a blast of rammstein or (maybe for a softer touch) the likes of mudvayne.