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.
a21schizoidman;588683 said:ZZ Top and Huey Lewis were both featured in Back to the Future moviesVan Halen was played, which would feature Hagarleaves AC/DC out