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tmswyrb 4/5/2010 8:02:26 AM

RUSH is awesome and I'm glad to see they made the list!!!   But if there is a Sci-Fi band out there, it would have to be the Blue Oyster Cult.  Just about everysong they did was dedicated to the Sci-Fi genre.

DaForce1 4/5/2010 9:04:18 AM

"She's a Sleestak", "Mr. Spock" by the Nerf Herders (the same guys who did the opening theme music to Buffy the Vampire Slayer tv series).



FerretJohn 4/5/2010 9:49:48 AM

If you're going for the song Twilight Zone then you gotta go with Golden Earring

And as Superman Tributes go I tend to point to Five for Fightings song.

As for Black Sabbath's Iron Man, I'm not sure which I prefer: its use as theme song for the movies, or its use as the entrance music for The Road Warriors.

countzenith 4/5/2010 10:10:13 AM

Superman's Song by the Crash Test Dummies.  It mentions Tarzan and Solomon Grundy.  Huge song in Canada in early 90s.

I agree that BOC's Veteran of a Thousand Psychic Wars is perfect for this list.  I first heard on the Heavy Metal movie ST.

NDorado 4/5/2010 11:41:09 AM

Great list.

Just curious, is Superman probably the most referenced superhero in pop culture music?  You could probably make a whole album of cover songs that mention him.

-- Nick

from City of Kik


AgentCoop 4/5/2010 1:05:52 PM

There's also "I Am Superman" by REM.

superrichtheman 4/5/2010 1:42:14 PM

Can't go wrong with Rush. They also have a song called the Twilight Zone you could throw up in that.

creekwoodkid 4/5/2010 2:08:16 PM

Fu Manchu has "Saturn III", "Sleestak", "Godzilla" (BOC cover), and a whole album titled "In Search Of". It is imo the best fuzzed-out, hard rock, based on science fiction you will ever hear.

jdiggitty 4/5/2010 2:13:25 PM

Chewbacca, What a Wookie! by Nerf Herder

nuff said

millean 4/5/2010 3:34:02 PM

I'm by no means a music buff, but I might be inclined to replace #15 with two of my all-time favorite Weird Al Yankovich songs "Star Wars Cantina" and "The Saga Begins".

I'm not sure if this is accurate or not, but I heard that he wrote "The Saga Begins" before The Phantom Menace was ever released, and all of his information came from scouring the internet & etc.  If so, that makes it even more impressive, most impressive.

There's even a wiki for it:


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