Runesmith;582263 said:Aerosmith is the only band in the list to have recorded a cover version of a Beatles song?
a21schizoidman;582293 said:nope, sorry, i guess its harder than i thoughthint: it has to do with television
Runesmith;582305 said:Er. Sonic Youth is the only band out of the four to have appeared on The Simpsons?
a21schizoidman;582313 said:Sonic Youth was in the episode HomerpalloozaAerosmith was in Flaming Moe'sRed Hot Chili Peppers was in the episode Krusty Gets KancelledRingo, George, and Paul were all in episodes, not John, so the Beatles were notRingo in Brush With GreatnessGeorge in Homer's Barbershop QuartetPaul in Lisa the Vegetariannote: the 3 bands that were in the Simpsons all performed RHCP played Give It AwaySonic Youth played the Simpsons Theme Song (they also ate out of Peter Framptons cooler)Aerosmith played Walk This Way (feat. Moe)
Runesmith;582329 said:Homerpalloza is one of the few Simpsons episodes I've seen. Billy Corgan also appeared in that episode, if I recall correctly?With that said, I had no idea the Simpsons were able to get a hold out of these great bands. I would have assumed George, Paul, and Ringo would have been near-impossible to get a voice-over from without the Simpson's creators dumping a substantial amount of money.
sonicnerd23;587706 said:I guess I will.AC/DCZZ TopHuey Lewis and the NewsSammy Hagar
Rollnkutter;587597 said:The answer is:With the exception of Black Sabbath, all of these are the names of songs performed by bands and artists who dont share the same name as the song.Buddy Holly WeezerBlue Oyster Cult Shonen KnifeDeep Purple - Peter DeRose
Julio_Strikes_Back;588283 said:I remember that movie! I saw it a few months ago on VH1 Classic. They parodied it in South Park as well. (the latest episode)
sonicnerd23;588318 said:Nope. Think sci-fi movies.
Runesmith;588536 said:Really? VH1 Classic does show some pretty interesting films - "Woodstock", "Headbanger: A Heavy Metal Journey", "Gimme Shelter", etc. - but I didn't think they were that cool. They must've had to censor a bit of Heavy Metal, though. I liked that South Park episode, as well.Huey Lewis & The News did the soundtrack to Back to the Future!
Runesmith;588536 said:"Headbanger: A Heavy Metal Journey"!
sonicnerd23;588543 said:Warmer. Oh, so warmer. But still not it.
Hungryfreak;588556 said:You got that switched around. It's "Metal: A Headbanger's Journey", haha. That was a great documentary, though. My brother has a copy of it that I watched one time.
Julio_Strikes_Back;588283 said:I remember that movie! I saw it a few months ago on VH1 Classic.