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15 Gloriously Awful '80s End Credit Songs
The most bizarre film theme tunes of the 1980s

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Fight To Survive by Stan Bush

“My heart’s on fire / I’m gonna push it over the wire,” Stan Bush here informs us. This, presumably, is why he FIGHTS TO SURVIIIIIVE, but on this evidence it’s his own fault. Nowhere in the Oxford Textbook of Medicine’s 6000 pages does it mention any sort of wire-pushing as a treatment for pulmonary conflagrations. “Kumite” means “grappling hands”. “Wringing” is probably more apposite.

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21 Teen Wolf
This needs a mention. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viCZGUb9rhU I nearly started weeping :-) Epic! More

Posted by guysalisbury on Friday February 22, 2013, 12:38

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Paul McCartney wrote a "decent" Bond theme. Is decent a euphemism for contender for Best Bond theme More

Posted by digvoldon on Friday February 22, 2013, 11:57

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Elm Street 3 IS one of the better ones. It has some daft moments but is the cut-off point before the series got really silly. Plus the song's great. More

Posted by christurner1 on Friday February 22, 2013, 11:52

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Well done Empire, a few of these I didn't have. Downloaded!! More

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25 Manhunter...
Heartbeat, heartbeat uh-oo-whoah-oooh... Repeat until insane. About as out of step with the cool clinical film that preceded the song as it is possible to imagine More

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