The end result is the quartet's finest outing since Eternity, which it touches upon in its quest for emotionally expressive music that doesn't shun experimentation, with the lush textures of keyboards and spatial ambiences, but embraces them as part of an expansive, gripping, and all-encompassing rock sound.
"Queen of Disaster" is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey.
It was co-written and co-produced with Chris Braide.
Think Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” for “Titanic” or Ray Parker Jr.’s “Ghostbusters” theme song.
With the new “Ghostbusters” movie coming to theaters on July 15, here we’ve ranked the 25 best original songs made for movies.
Coolio’s big hit was this song for a movie in which Michelle Pfeiffer plays an ex-Marine who becomes a teacher in a tough inner-city school.
It became one of the best-selling singles of 1995 and Coolio won a best solo rap performance Grammy for it.
Not only did Tina Turner sign on to play the villain in the third (and wackiest) film in the “Mad Max” franchise, but she also sang the film’s song, which would go on to be one of her biggest hit singles.
The movie’s theme song landed on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. I mean, can you really get this catchy tune out of your head? Some songs are created for movies to be played in the end credits, while others, like this one, become the glue.
Spike Lee went to Public Enemy specifically for a song for the movie.