PEO (4th June 2014)
History: Walk Like an Egyptian or one of the many Epic Rap Battles of History
Textiles: Baggy Trousers (Madness), Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis)or Handbags and Gladrags (Stereophonics)
Science: To the Moon and Back (Savage Garden), Year 3000 (Busted)
Some good ideas here! Some a bloody awful and some are pure genius! keep them coming
English - Brave New World (Iron Maiden), ABC (Jackson 5)
History - Rasputin (Boney M) - so catchy!
P.E. - Eye of the Tiger (Survivor)
History: You're History, Shakespears Sister
Geography: Around the World, Daft Punk
MFL: Can't Speak French, Girls Aloud
English - American English - Gaslight Anthem
Maths - 10 Green Bootles - Various
Science - Warning - Electric 6
Art - Drive - Incubus (need the video as well!)
Food - Vindaloo
Geography Over the Hills and far away - Thin Lizzy
ICT - (Floppy) Disk-go Infrerno
Music - Sound of Music Theme
PE -Jump Van Halen
RE - REM was first but someone has taken that - some of the Gregorean Chanting type thing
Resistant Materials - Cant touch this - MC Hammer
Supermassive Black Hole - Muse
Art School Girl - Stone Temple Polits
Feed Us - Serj Tankian
Suite Lines - Incubus
This Could Be Anywhere In The World - Alexisonfire
A Million Miles Away - The Offspring
Binary 101 - Earthtone9
Enigma Machine - Dream Theater
What Is Music - Amplifier
Movement - Idiom
Still Swingin - Papa Roach
Devil In A Midnight Mass - Billy Talent
Jesus Christ Pose - Soundgarden
The Metal - Tenacious D
Monkey Wrench - Foo Fighters
Last edited by foofighterjim; 4th June 2014 at 02:54 PM.
Miserable git here...!
Presume you've pointed out to management that they'll need to be applying for the licensing rights to use the pieces of music for public performance, seeing as the use of them in this context isn't educational and therefore won't be covered by the standard schools licensing...? And if they're sync'd to a powerpoint then you'll need separate negotiations for synchronisation license.
PRS Glossary of TermsSynchronisation: The pairing of music with a visual. For example, when a piece of music is used in a Feature Film, the music is synchronised with the film footage. The terms ‘Synchronisation right’ and Synchronisation licence’ apply to the licensing of music in this way. Common examples of ‘Sync Licensing’ include music licensed for use in TV advertising, feature films and computer games.
Powerpoints are constituted a visual. Synchro license is negotiated on a per tune, per artist, per publisher rate. There is no blanket license to cover it - you have to go cap in hand to the rights holders themselves. Every individual tune needs renegotiating for every use of it where the "visual" has changed.
Last edited by Marci; 4th June 2014 at 03:22 PM.
MFL - Speak no americano - Yolander be cool
Science /RE - Logical song - supertramp
Biology - Biology - Girls Aloud
Biology - DNA - Little Mix
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