Movie Meltdown: Attack of the Musical Cameos
This week we delve into some random picks based on cameos by musicians or bands in movies. It leads to quite an interesting playlist.
And as we plan to time travel back just to hang out on Sunset Strip, we also discuss… the world’s greatest guitarist, full-on Liberace, Del James, Edward Burns, I hate your face, take your megaphone and go home, occasionally he got offered weird things and showed up for ’em, preaching protesters, cumbersome and impractical, tacky ponytailed Liam Neeson, he’s done so many movies… and so many songs, “Wichita Lineman,” playing for almost four hours, robots traveling into the future, I watched that movie so many times, Stephanie Seymour’s white dress, I know how she dies, it’s not a good time to hang out with 90% of Hollywood, everything they are about is perfectly-suited for a sixteen-year old, four of the five skullheads were sitting in front of us, when Gilbert Gottfried joined the band, Roger Corman, out there on the highway saving lives, Clint Eastwood, scrunchy face, it was supposed to be a trilogy, looks like a troll, at the funeral, I will never understand or know that life of privilege, gunning for disco, there’s a fish in the percolator, the strip club scene, fires a harpoon, living in that place where they overlap, Nuclear Danes, raising hell like reverends do, you just like Zack, I was in Row F, Joe Dante, when New Wave kicked in, Jim Carrey, a bloaty period, got in a fight with a roadie was sent to jail overdoased on drugs and then ended up in the hospital, her face just got attached to her bad career choices, it’s a pillow cut and as if the world fell apart around him.
“…the whole point of the movie more or less is just to set-up situations where we can bring in actual, huge legends and just have them play a song.”