Movie Soundtracks Which Are Still On The Lips

Its just not the story lineup or the characters played by actors make the movies worth watching the songs associated with the movies also make them worthy. Every movie consist of songs which get on the mind of the audience more than the movie.

Here are some of the music tracks which tend to become more famous than the movie.

“Lose Yourself”- 8 Mile

In the year 2002 people got a chance to have a glimpse into what was it for Eminem to grow up in the inner city of Detroit. The backstabbing deadbeat women, rap battles, odds stacked against him and his determination to break free from it all with his music. The Lose Yourself which is a sensational song of the movie became an anthem for those who attempt to do impossible things and attain a better life.

“I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing”- Armageddon

The 1998 movie blockbuster “Armageddon” was a perfect mixture of badass and sentiment. The story of the movie revolves around a blue collar American who saves the Earth from sure extinction with his trade skills, but this story also revolves around the relationship of a father and a daughter. So to make their relation look real Steven Tyler of the Aerosmith band was called upon to sing the theme song, “ I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing”. After the song was finished it was kept over a music video of Tyler’s own daughter crying, which made the world cry too.

“ Eye Of The Tiger”- Rocky III

“Another One Bites The Dust” was Sylvester Stallone’s first choice for the training montage in Rocky III but Queen didn’t grant the permission to do that. So later on Survivor was called upon to pen “Eye Of The Tiger” an original track for the scene.