Classic rock once again serves as the soundtrack to some of this year’s biggest and best Super Bowl commercials. You can read more about the songs and see all the commercials below.
Amazon Alexa: Fleetwood Mac’s “Little Lies”
Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost play this place for Amazon Alexa, as they wonder what if the device could really read their minds. “Little Lies” by Fleetwood Mac is playing when the Black Widow the star says she doesn’t like to film love scenes, which makes her realize that it’s a bad idea.
Christine McVie co-wrote and sang the track, which was taken from Fleetwood Mac’s 1987 album Tango in the night. It was a big hit, becoming their penultimate song to reach the Top 5.
Read more: Hear Fleetwood Mac’s ‘little lies’ in Amazon’s new Super Bowl ad
Planet Fitness: the “little green bag” from George Baker Selection
Lindsay Lohan stars in this spot for Planet Fitness, showing how her comeback was accelerated thanks to her gym membership. The star-studded commercial features cameos from William Shatner, Dennis Rodman and Danny Trejo, and is accompanied by the soundtrack to George Baker Selection’s “Little Green Bag.”
Released in 1969, the song peaked at No. 21 on the singles chart the following year and was given new life when Quentin Tarantino used it in his first film, 1992. reservoir dogs.
Read more: Watch George Baker Selection’s “Little Green Bag” Super Bowl ad
Kia: Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart”
Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” serves as a dramatic soundtrack to the near-death adventures of an electronic puppy who falls in love with a car. Written by Meat Loaf collaborator Jim Steinman and inspired by his love of vampire stories, the song spent four weeks atop the Billboard singles chart in 1983.
Read more: “Total Eclipse of the Heart” Soundtracks Kia Super Bowl Announcement
Michelob Ultra: “Showdown” by Electric Light Orchestra
Peyton Manning leads a collection of star professional athletes in a bowling battle for the ages in this location for Michelob Ultra. The whole thing is backed up by the Electric Light Orchestra’s 1973 hit “Showdown”. John Lennon liked the song enough to dub ELO “Son of Beatles” in a 1974 radio interview, while criticizing the band’s record label for not having pushed the track to the top of the charts.
Read more: Listen to ELO’s ‘Showdown’ in new Michelob Ultra Super Bowl ad
T-Mobile: Survivor’s “Tiger’s Eye”
Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus will appear in a Super Bowl ad featuring Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger.” the Rocky III theme has been a fairly popular soundtrack choice over the years, appearing in modern family, new girl and breaking Bad, among many others. T-Mobile only provided a brief preview before releasing the full spot during the game.
Read more: Listen to ‘Eye of the Tiger’ in a new Super Bowl commercial from T-Mobile
Meta: “Forget Me Not” by Simple Minds
Facebook parent company Meta touts its VR glasses with help from Simple Minds’ 1985 hit “Don’t You Forget About Me.” Bryan Ferry, the Fixx and Billy Idol all reportedly turned down the chance to perform the song for The breakfast club soundtrack before Simple Minds finally agreed to take the job.
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