Songs in U.S. TV Ads
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Recorded by Mott the Hoople.
Recorded by Paul McCartney & Wings. Paul McCartney also appeared in the ad.
Recorded by The Servant. The instrumental version is used in the ad.
For the HDNA Cybershot. Recorded by Bishop Allen.
For the Bionical line. Recorded by Daughtry.
For the Expedition. Recorded by The Flaming Lips.
Recorded by The Chemical Brothers
Recorded by Gwen Stefani.
Recorded by Mary J. Blige.
2005 iPod and iTunes campaign. Recorded by Gorillaz.
For the DS. Recorded by TV Rock.
For J’adore. Recorded by Marvin Gaye.
...50 is the new 40... Recorded by The Spencer Davis Group.
"Big Legs". Recorded by Obernkirchen Children's Choir.
"Sunrise" - one of four in the Travel Should Take You Places series. Recorded by James Blunt.
Double Deep Pizza. Recorded by The Bee Gees.
"Hilltop", 1971. Recorded by the New Seekers. The ad went from concept to release in 7 months. It was initially a flop, first used as a radio jingle. Bill Backer, the man with the idea, pushed the concept and eventually created a TV ad campaign that resonated with the American public. The ad is consistently rated as one of the best of all time.
Recorded by Weezer - from the green album.
"Straight Walk" Ads. A series of three ads, one recorded by Megan Wyler, one by Adem Ilhan and the third a duet. Made specifically for these ads.
"Dancing Couple" - one of four in the Travel Should Take You Places series. Recorded by Jason Mraz.
For the 'Chocolate' cell phone. Recorded by Lady Sovereign.
Recorded by Gary Jules and Michael Andrews. Found on the Donnie Darko soundtrack. Originally recorded by Tears for Fears.
Black Label. Recorded by Supreme Beings of Leisure.
"MacBook Air". Recorded by Yael Naïm.
"Hammock" - one of four in the Travel Should Take You Places series. Recorded by Persephone's Bees.
Recorded by Maria Callas. Composed by Vincenzo Bellini.
"Dance Party" 2004. Recorded by Salt N' Pepa. Remember those three office guys dancing?
Recorded by Jennifer Terran.
Recorded by averagesuperstar.
1987. Recorded by the Beatles. Started the 'revolution' of using pop music in TV ads.
Recorded by Herbie Hancock
For D&G Jewels. Recorded by Stylophonic. The guy and the girl are running toward each other, but the twist is that they end up embracing and making out with their own twins. Or clones.
"Design For All" 2005. Recorded by The Concretes.
Recorded by Johnny Rivers.
Used in the “Whiteboard” campaign. Recorded by The Postal Service. From the album ‘Get Up’.
Recorded by Amos Lee. Where the dad goes on a trip to NYC and his little girl sends a monkey in his briefcase. Awww.
For Playstation Portable (PSP). "POV" 2005. Recorded by Franz Ferdinand.
VW has licensed the entire Wilco album ‘Sky Blue Sky’ for its TV campaign.
For the Cobalt. The song is a duet by Lily Frost with her husband José Miguel Contreras. It was later released on her album ‘Flights of Fancy’.
"Sandcastle" - one of four in the Travel Should Take You Places series. Recorded by Vassy.
“Engine” for the Dell XPS notebook. Recorded by Devo.
Recorded by The Romantics, although Erin Esurance is credited in the spot.
"Nod" - Aired during Superbowl XLII. Recorded by Haddaway.
Recorded by Gary Portnoy. You know - the theme from "Cheers".
Recorded by George Thorogood.
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