Ever noticed the songs that are often used for the large screen and on TV commercials? Check out these three songs below to see if you’ve heard of them. These songs were used in countless opening acts and scenes across the globe.
Check out these 3 iconic songs that were used in television and movie films.
Steppenwolf – “Born to Be Wild”
No matter how old you are or what generation you were born into, “Born to Be Wild” is one musical tune that became a hit for all film genres. The song was also said to the anthem for parties and road trips and we can definitely see why. The catchy tune of the song will build up and compliment the highway roads as you play your tune. The hit song is said to be used in over 100 films and TV series and has no signs of slowing down. You’ve probably heard this song play in the featured films of Six Feet Under, Borat, Problem Child, One Crazy Summer, Las Vegas, and Wild America.
George Thorogood and the Destroyers – “Bad to the Bone”
Just as the title suggests, the song was an undeclared anthem for the bad boys you won’t want to mess with in films. One of the most popular films this song was featured in was the iconic Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The upbeat tune feels the major impact of the character in a drastic way. You might have also heard this song in hit TV series and films that include Cats & Dogs, Hawaii Five-O, 3,000 miles to Graceland, and more.
The Beegees – “Stayin’ Alive”
As the opening song for Saturday Night Fever, Stayin’ Alive was famously known for its catchy tune and is even recognized as one of the most influential songs in cinema history. The tune is usually trademark and played with confident characters strut down the street with confidence and finesse.
What is your favorite tune that you’ve frequently heard along the years? Are they included in the list? Comment below and share your favorites with us!