Tributes to Fictional Bands


(Youtube Direktbands, via Einhorn)

Schöne Videos von David Balboa über fiktionale Bands aus allen möglichen Filmen, leider etwas grob zusammengeschnitten. Oben der neuere zweite Teil, der erste nach dem Klick.

01 – Vince Everett aus Jailhouse Rock
02 – Conrad Birdie aus Bye Bye Birdie
03 – Capt. Geech & the Shrimp Shack Shooters aus That Thing You Do!
04 – Jessica Rabbit aus Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
05 – Tina Carlyle aus The Mask
06 – Del Paxton aus That Thing You Do!
07 – Ming Tea aus Austin Powers in Goldmember
08 – No Vacancy aus The School of Rock
09 – Stillwater aus Almost Famous
10 – The Rutles aus The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash
11 – N.W.H. (aka Niggaz With Hats) aus Fear of a Black Hat
12 – Powerline aus A Goofy Movie
13 – Hannah Montana aus Hannah Montana: The Movie
14 – Lil’ Nutzzak aus Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
15 – CB4 (aka Cell Block 4) aus CB4
16 – The Max Rebo Band aus Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
17 – James “Thunder” Early aus Dreamgirls
18 – Sex Bob-omb aus Scott Pilgrim vs The World
19 – Lestat aus Queen of the Damned
20 – Steel Dragon aus Rock Star
21 – Vesuvius aus The Rocker
22 – The School of Rock aus The School of Rock
23 – Murph and the Magic Tones aus The Blues Brothers
24 – Electric Apricot aus Electric Apricot: The Quest for Festeroo
25 – The Dreamettes / The Dreams / Deena Jones and the Dreams aus Dreamgirls
26 – Otis Day & the Knights aus Animal House

(Youtube Direktfiction, via Einhorn)

01 – The Lone Rangers (Airheads)
02 – Dewey Cox (Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story)
03 – Spinal Tap (This is Spinal Tap)
04 – The Pinheads (Back to the Future)
05 – Weird Sisters (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire)
06 – Max Frost and the Troopers (Wild in the Streets)
07 – The Blues Brothers (The Blues Brothers)
08 – The Soggy Bottom Boys (O Brother, Where Art Thou?)
09 – The Swanky Modes (Tapeheads)
10 – Marvin Berry & the Starlighters (Back to the Future)
11 – Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes (Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope)
12 – The Wonders (That Thing You Do!)
13 – The Folksmen (A Mighty Wind)
14 – The New Main Street Singers (A Mighty Wind)
15 – Mitch & Mickey (A Mighty Wind)
16 – Three Times One Minus One (Run, Ronnie, Run)
17 – 2GE+HER (2GE+HER: The Original Movie)
18 – Diva Plavalaguna (The Fifth Element)
19 – Laura Charles (Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon)
20 – Cassandra and Crucial Taunt (Wayne’s World)
21 – Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem (The Muppet Movie)
22 – Josie & the Pussycats (Josie & the Pussycats)
23 – Wyld Stallyns (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure / Bogus Journey)

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  1. Steve

    Da Sex-Bob-Omb vorkommen bin ich ok damit.

    Durchaus hörenswerte Songs die Beck da geliefert hat.

  2. Dr. Strangelove

    Leider oft nicht die besten Ausschnitte… aber dennoch krass so etwas zusammenzuschneiden.

  3. Krake

    Sehr sehr nette Idee aber leider fehlt die Band aller Bands ‘Strange Fruit’ aus ‘Still Crazy’. Aber ich schätz mal, dass das ein Ami gemacht hat und die haben sowas eher nicht auf dem Schirm.

  4. DR. Gagi

    da fehlt aber eindeutig die wohl legendärste fiktive band aller zeiten – spinal tap

  5. oi

    Dethklok fehlt wollt ich die ganze zeit rufen….
    da kam dann das “coming soon”: NICE!

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