20 Most Annoyingly Over-Used Movie Trailer Songs Anything
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20 Most Annoyingly Over-Used Movie Trailer Songs

These are the songs that make you roll your eyes in theaters, change the channel, or even put the TV on mute when you hear them come on in movie trailers.

Some are actually fantastic and beautifully written songs that have been ruined by overexposure; some are inexplicably popular songs that need to die immediately.

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    You know it as that "Bawidaba di bang di bang diggy diggy..." song that isn't Kid Rock.

    If you've seen trailers, television or if you've been through a mid-level action or tense/farce-like scene in any comedy for the past 10 years, you have most likely have heard this song. It's also used at the beginning of some movies and for pretty much any chase or "oh no, someone's in a hurry" scenes in the show "Chuck" on NBC. You can even find it in Date Night (which JUST came out on DVD... this song is still going strong).

    Any song that was on the abercrombie kids' music repertoire should not be used to convince us to go see a movie.

    Teddybears is one of those annoyingly recognizable songs that seems to be in every single movie, television show or nightmare that you'll never know the name of but you can instantly recognize on the first note.

    Here's another laundry list of what Cobrastyle has been used in to brainwash and seemingly alter the minds of the masses into an acceptance of s**tty pop culture delirium.

    I wish I could turn this song into a person just so I could kill it.

    You, yes YOU, can find Cobrastyle in...
    - promotions on PBS (Mister Rogers would so not approve).
    - as an official theme song for WWE SummerSlam 2006 pay-per-view event.
    - appeared in an episode of the American reality show Laguna Beach: The Real Orange - County (shocking)
    - appears in the pilot episode of Primeval.
    - appeared in episode "Love Me Or Leave Me" of 90210.
    - appeared in episode "Run Cooper, Run!" of NBC's Las Vegas.
    - Steve-O and Lacey Performed their Salsa dance to this song on Dancing With the Stars.
    - Featured as the closing song for the trailer for Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay.
    - Appeared in a television commercial advertising the film called No Respect.
    - Appeared in a trailer for the film Epic Movie (see video, 0:49).
    - Appeared in the 2008 film College Road Trip.
    - Appeared in the 2010 film Date Night, during the car chase scene.
    - Appeared in the 2010 film Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
    - Featured in the popular video game FIFA 06.
    - Featured in the racing video game Forza Motorsport 2.
    - Played at New York Giants games at Giants Stadium.
    - Played at Cleveland Indians games at Jacobs Field during the starting lineups.

    As you can see, there are way too many instances of Cobrastyle (ps: what is Cobrastyle and what is being done in the style of a cobra?).

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