Samples from SF Movies That Have Been Used In More Than One Pop Song
Wake up - time to die!
Leon to Deckard, in Blade Runner
- Wake Up, Time To Die - Pop Will Eat Itself
- Meat Abstract - Therapy
Okay, everybody online and looking good; let's see what we can
Gorman to the marines, Aliens.
- Some Future Sound of London track, possibly My Kingdom - ah, no,
it's The Far Out Son Of Lung And The Ramblings Of A Madman - The Future
Sound of London
- Actually, not sure i have heard this one anywhere else.
[sort of clicky beepy sound]
Mother, the main computer, to Ripley, in Alien.
- This i definitely have heard in at least two places; can't remember
- One of them is a Fortran Five track, i'm pretty sure.
- Or maybe this one is My Kingdom.
He's losing his mind, and he feels it going
The narrator, from LSD-25; not strictly an
SF movie, but still.
- Teethgrinder - Therapy
- The Full Moon Mix - Paul Oakenfold
- Almost certainly over 1 000 000 other tracks.
Side props to Aliens:
The Musical. I would make a list of SF musicals, with this and
Fundament, but that would lay me open to charges of filk sympathism, so
lode111 According to this data, Blade Runner is the most
sampled movie in the world ... ever! Interestingly, almost
all of the most sampled movies are SF - US presidents, preachers,
serial killers, etc rate highly, NASA is in second place, Vietnam
movies do well, but other than that, it's non-stop SF (albeit
including quite a lot of supernatural horror).