Las 77 canciones más inolvidables en el cine


Sí. Qué creen. Queen otra vez en un ránking. Y otra vez en la cima. Esta vez vemos a Queen con su tema Bohemian Rhapsody en la película Wayne’s World, del año 1992 y protagonizada por Mike Myers y Dana Carvey, liderando un ránking hecho pr AOL sobre las canciones más inolvidables del cine. Vemos que Bo Rhap le gana a temas más que clásicos de algunas películas como Titanic, El Guardespaldas, Top Gun, Dirty Dancing, Trainspotting y Rocky III, por citar algunas.

A continuación, el ránking de las 77 canciones

1. Queen, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ (‘Wayne’s World’ 1992)
2. Eminem, ‘Lose Yourself’ (‘8 Mile’ 2002)
3. Elton John, ‘Tiny Dancer’ (‘Almost Famous’ 2000)
4. The Bee Gees, ‘You Should Be Dancin” (‘Saturday Night Fever’ 1977)
5. The Righteous Brothers, ‘Unchained Melody’ (‘Ghost’ 1990)
6. Peter Gabriel, ‘In Your Eyes’ (‘Say Anything’ 1989)
7. Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, ‘Old Time Rock and Roll’ (‘Risky Business’ 1983)
8. Celine Dion, ‘My Heart Will Go On’ (‘Titanic’ 1997)
9. Jennifer Warnes & Bill Medley, ‘The Time of My Life’ (‘Dirty Dancing’ 1987)
10. Chad Kroeger (of Nickelback), ‘Hero’ (‘Spider-Man’ 2002)
11. Berlin, ‘Take My Breath Away’ (‘Top Gun’ 1986)
12. Simon & Garfunkel, ‘Mrs. Robinson’ (‘The Graduate’ 1967)
13. Jamiroquai, ‘Canned Heat’ (‘Napoleon Dynamite’ 2004)
14. Simple Minds, ‘Don’t You Forget About Me’ (‘The Breakfast Club’ 1985)
15. The Beatles, ‘Twist & Shout’ (‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ 1986)
16. Whitney Houston, ‘I Will Always Love You’ (‘The Body Guard’ 1992)
17. Survivor, ‘Eye of the Tiger’ (‘Rocky III’ 1982)
18. The Rolling Stones, ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’ (‘The Big Chill’ 1983)19. Des’ree, ‘Kissing You’ (‘Romeo + Juliet’ 1996)
20. Ray Parker Jr., ‘Ghostbusters’ (‘Ghostbusters’ 1984)
21. Otis Day & the Knights, ‘Shout’ (‘Animal House’ 1978)
22. Michael Sembello, ‘Maniac’ (‘Flashdance’ 1983)
23. Bryan Adams, (Everything I Do) I Do It for You’ (‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves,’ 1991)
24. Urge Overkill, ‘Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon’ (‘Pulp Fiction,’ 1994)
25. Ben E. King, ‘Stand by Me’ (‘Stand by Me,’ 1986)
26. Public Enemy, ‘Fight the Power’ (‘Do the Right Thing,’ 1989)
27. Lou Reed, ‘Perfect Day’ (‘Trainspotting,’ 1996)
28. Harry Belafonte, ‘The Banana Boat Song (Day-O)’ (‘Beetlejuice,’ 1988)
29. B.J. Thomas, ‘Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head’ (‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,’ 1969)
30. The Shins, ‘New Slang’ (‘Garden State,’ 2004)
31. Three 6 Mafia, ‘It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp’ (‘Hustle & Flow,’ 2005)
32. Eric Clapton, ‘Layla’ (‘Goodfellas,’ 1990)
33. Louis Armstrong, ‘What a Wonderful World’ (‘Good Morning Vietnam,’ 1987)
34. Huey Lewis & the News, ‘Hip to Be Square’ (‘American Psycho,’ 2000)
35. Dolly Parton, ‘9 to 5’ (‘9 to 5,’ 1980)
36. Chuck Berry, ‘Johnny B. Goode’ (‘Back to the Future,’ 1985)
37. Isaac Hayes, ‘Shaft’ (‘Shaft,’ 1971)
38. Kenny Loggins, ‘Footloose’ (‘Footloose,’ 1984)
39. Marilyn Monroe, ‘Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend’ (‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,’ 1953)
40. Yello, ‘Oh Yeah’ (‘The Secret of My Success,’ 1987)
41. Aerosmith, ‘Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing’ (‘Armageddon,’ 1998)
42. Joe Cocker, ‘You Can Leave Your Hat On’ (‘9 1/2 Weeks,’ 1986)
43. Mary J. Blige, ‘Not Gon’ Cry’ (‘Waiting to Exhale,’ 1995)
44. Stealers Wheel, ‘Stuck in the Middle With You’ (‘Reservoir Dogs,’ 1992)
45. Bette Midler, ‘Wind Beneath My Wings’ (‘Beaches,’ 1988)
46. R. Kelly, ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ (‘Space Jam,’ 1996)
47. The Doors, ‘The End’ (‘Apocalypse Now,’ 1979)
48. The Creation, ‘Making Time’ (‘Rushmore,’ 1998)
49. Geto Boys, ‘Still’ (‘Office Space,’ 1999)
50. Q. Lazzarus, ‘Goodbye Horses’ (‘The Silence of the Lambs,’ 1991)
51. Kermit the Frog, ‘Rainbow Connection’ (‘The Muppet Movie,’ 1979)
52. Elliott Smith, ‘Miss Misery’ (‘Good Will Hunting,’ 1997)
53. Evanescence, ‘Bring Me to Life’ (‘Daredevil,’ 2003)
54. Harold Faltermeyer, ‘Axel F’ (‘Beverly Hills Cop,’ 1984)
55. Aimee Mann, ‘Wise Up’ (‘Magnolia,’ 1999)
56. Boy George, ‘The Crying Game’ (‘The Crying Game,’ 1992)
57. Harry Nilsson, ‘Everybody’s Talkin’ (‘Midnight Cowboy,’ 1969)
58. Sixpence None the Richer, ‘Kiss Me’ (‘She’s All That,’ 1999)
59. Madonna, ‘Into the Groove’ (‘Desperately Seeking Susan,’ 1985)
60. The Knack, ‘My Sharona’ (‘Reality Bites,’ 1994)
61. The Jesus & Mary Chain, ‘Just Like Honey’ (‘Lost in Translation,’ 2003)
62. Katrina & the Waves, ‘Walking on Sunshine’ (‘High Fidelity,’ 2000)
63. Tina Turner, ‘We Don’t Need Another Hero’ (‘Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome,’ 1985)
64. Audrey Hepburn, ‘Moon River’ (‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s,’ 1961)
65. Air, ‘Playground Love’ (‘The Virgin Suicides,’ 1999)
66. Roxette, ‘It Must’ve Been Love’ (‘Pretty Woman,’ 1990)
67. Seal, ‘Kiss From a Rose’ (‘Batman Forever,’ 1995)
68. Joe Cocker / Jennifer Warnes, ‘Up Where We Belong’ (‘An Officer and a Gentleman,’ 1982)
69. OMD, ‘If You Leave’ (‘Pretty in Pink,’ 1986)
70. Bon Jovi, ‘Blaze of Glory’ (‘Young Guns II,’ 1990)
71. The Pixies, ‘Where Is My Mind’ (‘Fight Club,’ 1999)
72. Bruce Springsteen, ‘Streets of Philadelphia’ (‘Philadelphia,’ 1993)
73. Nico, ‘These Days’ (‘The Royal Tenenbaums,’ 2001)
74. The Champs, ‘Tequila’ (‘Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure,’ 1985)
75. Alanis Morissette, ‘Uninvited’ (‘City of Angels,’ 1998)
76. Dashboard Confessional, ‘Vindicated’ (‘Spider-Man 2,’ 2004)
77. Coolio, ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ (‘Dangerous Minds,’ 1995)

Chao.