ORIGINS ARE THE FUTURE: Dan Hoy's Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (full feature)

by on Apr.05, 2012


I would like to invite you to experience Dan Hoy’s Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, featuring Def Leppard, Bad English, Bonnie Tyler, Orbital, Bon Jovi, Belinda Carlisle, The Sugarcubes, Shakespeare’s Sister, Journey, Roxette, The Bangles, Heart, Alphaville, The Knife, Air Supply, & Duran Duran.

For those looking for a sneak peak, this previous post is for you.

For those looking to mainline the full experience, look no further. Here it is, in all of its power ballad space opera glory:



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2 comments for this entry:
  1. Chris Moran

    This fucking rules. I smiled a lot while watching this.

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    […] Dan Hoy throws a wrench in the works by superimposing late modernity’s true soundtrack: the power ballad. Dan foregoes Kubrick’s direct reference to Zarathustra (via the opening theme from Richard Strauss’ eponymous sound poem) in favor of Bon Jovi and Bonnie Tyler, but the resulting “blend of the sublime and the ridiculous” makes his rendition more properly Nietzschean in spirit. […]