46 different melodies from Nintendo games mashed into one track by Grant Woolard, who has some form in this regard.
Poker-faced pianist Lord Vinheteiro performs a variety of classic video game tunes from the last 30 years.
Suitably kitted-out, the The Warp Zone a cappella group celebrates theme music from the Halo franchise in advance of the upcoming release of Halo Infinite.
Nobody – not Batman, not Robin, neither their allies nor their nemeses – can resist the lure of the 1966 Batman theme tune or, indeed, the trap remix by RemixManiacs.
A short by Monster Truck Ninja.
Proof from KayLow and TobHasHair that the theme from Thomas The Tank Engine works as a backing track to any rap song.
Lambert Puppet Theatre tweetz:
Want to invade heads with a song for the day? Spread this: “Here comes the wagon……”
The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s theme) by John Williams, doinked out on a table edge with a coffee stirring stick by Russian YouTuber Истории Рабиновича.
Steely-eyed Chad Neidt picks out a very passable acoustic rendition of Jeff Beal’s not-terribly-cover-version-friendly House Of Cards title theme. Sez he:
This is one of my favorite TV shows ever. The theme isn’t the catchiest, but it really fits the entire mood of the show. I love how confusing this was to figure out.
In a flagrant copy of Mario Weinerroither’s similar but superior Musicless Music Videos, Dutch ad agency House of Halo recreates the Friends opening sequence with the Rembrandts taken out.
It’s fairly sinister, in fairness.
Emil Axelsson can finger-snap the Mario theme tune.
So he can.
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