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Thursday 23rd August TV theme tunes should be earworms, just like pop songs, so it it stands to reason that successful musicians - who are privy to the secrets of hit-making - are approached to write them. What's more surprising is the fact the tunes on the box are often written by your favourite pop stars without you knowing. Given that Kraftwerk once released an album called Tour de France Soundtracks, you could have been forgiven for assuming Channel 4's Tour de France coverage in the s was soundtracked by the German electronic pioneers.
Shelley spent the 80s releasing dance-oriented electronic music mainly recorded with Human League producer Martin Rushent, including the club anthem Homosapien which was banned by the BBC. Need a soundtrack for a movie with some gravitas? Hans Zimmer is your go to man these days. The German composer was ubiquitous during last year's summer blockbuster season, providing the music for Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk and the long-awaited Blade Runner We all have to start somewhere, of course, and Zimmer was commissioned in the early days of his career to write the jaunty theme tune to Going For Gold, presented by Irish broadcaster Henry Kelly pictured.
I'm not ashamed of it! The radio programme for Radio 4 and the TV show, adapted from the Monty Python-esque novels of Douglas Adams, used the same theme tune, specially chosen by the author himself. The surprise for many, perhaps, is the the fact it's an instrumental track by the Eagles , written by founding member Bernie Leadon.
The reason Adams opted for that track? The dichotomy of sounding both futuristic and containing a bluegrass banjo played by Leadon himself, which elicits the impression of being on the road. Journey of the Sorcerer is one of the multi-million selling rock band's lesser-known tracks, but sci-fi fans will recognise it instantly as the theme from Hitchhiker's Guide. They enjoyed minor chart success as a duo in the lates and earlys, although they never tasted success in the public eye in the same way.
That's not to say they've not been busy, or successful, for that matter. Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, to give them their full names, have worked as session musicians, or written songs with a who's-who of pop luminaries, including Grace Jones , Gwen Stefani and Madonna.
And their TV soundtrack work has seen them achieve great things. The theme to Heroes - a show that ran on BBC Two between and about ordinary people who discover inner extraordinary superpowers - is a goose-bump-inducing ambient soundscape. In , avant synthpop outfit du jour Art of Noise , which included producer Trevor Horn and music journalist Paul Morley in the group, were commissioned to write a new theme tune.
Contestants were required to prove both their brain power and physical agility complete with full army-assisted assault course , a Cartesian riposte to the BBC's Mastermind. The Fairlight sample-happy band's moment in the sun was to be short lived - they split in - five years before The Krypton Factor's last episode. Both the band and the show went on to make brief comebacks, however.
The Divine Comedy singer Neil Hannon was approached to write the theme song for an Irish comedy about priests during the mids, after Pulp were unavailable. Hannon later reworked the theme tune for Father Ted with full lyrics on Songs of Love from the band's Casanova album.
That wasn't where Hannon's involvement with the hit comedy ended; he also penned the doomed Irish Eurovision entry My Lovely Horse by Father Ted and Father Dougal - in the show, at least. And news broke recently that a musical is on the way, written by original creators Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews, with Hannon providing the music.
It might be a show about prohibition-era America, but the intro music of Boardwalk Empire, soundtracking a Magritte-like Steve Buscemi watching hundreds of bottles wash up on a beach, is actually psych rock band The Brian Jonestown Massacre 's song Straight Up and Down.
I look at it as, it's a second intro and then you have all the 20s you want. Letters to Arena. Many may be familiar with the diaphanous theme tune to the long-running documentary Arena , a simple two-chord structure played on "desert" guitars, a Farfisa organ and a piano that sounds like it may loop perpetually. This dreamy soundscape actually came from Brian Eno , ex of Roxy Music and super-producer in his own right.
The recording is the title track of his album Another Green World, and it's not the only time he's been involved in a soundtrack: IMDb lists him as involved in in all, though many of those are as co-writer of David Bowie 's "Heroes".
The Music for Airports composer has also written music for hospitals, as the Independent reported, and even more unusually he was enlisted to write the startup music for Windows Mark Mothersbaugh is singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with new wave art punks DEVO , formed in in Ohio and currently on hiatus.
He also wrote the theme song to the wildly successful Nickelodeon kids' TV show Rugrats, which ran for a total of episodes between and Some musicians like to keep their 'serious' work separate from their more commercial work, which in Mothersbaugh's case also includes many of the films of Wes Anderson and some other lesser-known children's TV shows.
But the DEVO man is no diva. When Rolling Stone called him at his Los Angeles studio in to interview him about a 40 year retrospective of his work, the journalist noticed that Mothersbaugh was using the theme from Rugrats as his hold music. But perhaps the biggest surprise of all was that the theme to Blossom, the song My Opinionation, was performed by Dr. As a six-time Grammy winner and New Orleans blues legend with a 50 year recording career under his belt, it's probably fair to say performing the Mike Post -penned theme song is not high on his list of monumental achievements, although it's a perfectly good track.
Law, Quantum Leap, Magnum, P. It may come as a surprise that the theme to the Jimmy Carr-hosted Channel 4 panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats was written by the bass player from Suede.
Mat Osman , the famous one in the Osman family until his brother Richard accidentally became much more famous, took to penning tunes for TV when his band split up in Osman rejoined a reformed Suede in , and the band have a new album, The Blue Hour, due in September - their third since the reformation - which has left no time for game shows. On the other hand, brother Richard has plenty of time for game shows. Quincy Jones.
The funky, borderline psychedelic theme song from the very un-psychedelic TV series Ironside, about a wheelchair-using detective played by Raymond Burr, was written and performed by Quincy Jones. The irrepressible American soul and jazz legend's achievements include being the producer and co-writer of the best-selling album of all time - Michael Jackson 's Thriller, although Eagles' Their Greatest Hits — recently overtook it in the US - and the recipient of a record 79 Grammy nominations, 27 of which he won.
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This brings us to the point of this post—a fantastic interview with both Mark Mothersbaugh and drummer Alan Myers published in Record Review magazine in December of Here are some of the highlights from the four-page interview, which does not disappoint:. Tamarkin : Is there political significance behind the title of the album Freedom of Choice? Alan Myers : Yes, there is. The significance is that people are being asked to use their freedom of choice in the presidential election. Mark Mothersbaugh : I would do a pro-everybody that has anything to do with the nuclear power plant, as far as corporate structure and the people that govern it, being made to live within one mile of the nuclear site benefit. If you mean do we have fans…. Mark Mothersbaugh : The kind of girls that are interested in DEVO and that we are interested in, are not your typical girls who take drugs and get as much out of you as they can and trade it in for a suck. Alan Myers : We keep trying to say things in more common terms. We always thought we spoke in common terms, but people think….
Special thanks to Nicola Tricker for submitting her report from Paris. This time, I had a really great time at the first line close to the stage. I took the trousers of Bob1 and some balls of Booji Boy too! The Drummer was Josh Freese again.
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It was the first single released from the album Freedom of Choice. In the music video, Devo performs for a group of young women in the style of a performance from The Ed Sullivan Show , with two robotic backup dancers, one male and one female. Further implying the televised nature of the performance, the color in the video is deliberately altered to make the red of the band's energy dome headgear look almost purple. The band wears the silver naugahyde suits from the cover of Freedom of Choice , and mime the song with Moog Liberation synthesizers. During the video, the camera focuses on the girls in the audience exaggeratedly enjoying the performance, including one girl who is visually implied to "wet" herself, which transitions to a scene of General Boy controlling the backup dancers. At one point, Mark Mothersbaugh pulls aside the curtain behind the band to show an overweight man on a vibrating exercise machine, attempting to drink a milkshake to the ecstatic reaction of the audience.
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Works Title Sources 9 weeks original motion picture soundtrack Auto mo-down 3 min 52 s Be stiff Beautiful world best is yet to come 3 min 58 s Big Mess Big picture 2 min 43 s Black on black 3 min 58 s Bread and butter 2 min 25 s Buttered beauties 3 min 45 s Cannes 3 min 10 s I can't get me no Chance is gonna cum 3 min 7 s Come back Jonee Dawghaus 3 min 21 s day my baby gave me a surprise Devo corporate anthem Devo has feelings too 2 min 36 s Eurasians eyes 5 min 26 s EZ listening disc Freedom of choice Gates of steel Girl U want Golden energy 2 min 29 s Greatest hits Hard core Hot potatoes the best of Devo I'm a potato Jocko Homo 2 min 55 s Let it go 3 min 45 s life aquatic with Steve Zissou original soundtrack Making plans for Nigel 3 min 32 s Me and Mr Sanchez 3 min 57 s Mechanical man 4 min 24 s Midget 2 min 39 s Money 2 min 31 s Mongoloid 3 min 34 s Morning dew 3 min Mr DNA New wave hits of the '80s : just can't get enough. Nine weeks and a half O no 2 min 42 s Oh no it's Devo Oldies but goodies Out of sync 3 min 34 s Patterns 2 min 57 s Peek-a-boo Pink jazz trancers 3 min 11 s Planet earth Please please 3 min Post post-modern man Puppet boy 3 min 08 s Q : are we not men? A : we are Devo Devo live Rock myself to sleep 3 min 30 s Satisfaction 2 min 59 s Satisfied mind 3 min 06 s Save me tonight 4 min 19 s Secret agent man Shout 3 min 15 s Slave to love 4 min 23 s Smooth noodle maps Social fools 3 min 37 s Solsbury hill 4 min 20 s Soo bawls 2 min 40 s Space girl blues Speed racer 2 min 38 s Spin the wheel 3 min 44 s Stick a bush 2 min 27 s Stop, look and listen 2 min 30 s Stuck in a loop 3 min 48 s Swelling itching brain Sympathy 2 min 41 s That's good This city never sleeps 6 min 20 s Through being cool Time out for fun 2 min 48 s Total Devo Tubular bells 5 min 01 s Uglatto 1 min 57 s Up-town top ranking 3 min 45 s Visions of China 5 min 41 s We don't need this fascist groove thang 4 min 17 s What I must do 2 min 32 s When we do it 2 min 55 s Whip it Working in a coal mine You can leave your hat on 4 min 14 s You can't hide from the beast inside 4 min03 s. Countries and Regions of Publication 3 View the list below for more details. Map View :. Low High. The flags indicate which authority file had at least some publications from the country or region :.