What's that song from the NEW(er) "Man From UNCLE" TV trailer?

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  1. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law Thread Starter

    The 'whoa-whoa-chick-a-chick-a' refrain, I only knew this as a 'sample' from the Pop Will Eat Itself song, "Can U Dig It?"!!!
    Does anyone know what song it is?
     
  2. PaulKTF

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  3. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law Thread Starter

    Sadly, those are the movie trailers, not the TV one.
     
  4. PaulKTF

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    It could be something custom made for the TV spot or something from the score.
     
  5. Obtuse1

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    The Undisputed Truth-Higher Than High

     
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  6. Obtuse1

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    ...if this is the trailer:

     
  7. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law Thread Starter

    YES!!
     
  8. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law Thread Starter

    Thank you, Obtuse1 !!!
     
  9. Obtuse1

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    No problem.
     
  10. shokhead

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    Could they do a new man from uncle today? If so, would it work?
     
  11. aussievinyl

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    A shame the track was not on the sound track CD I bought, however it was worth it for the other selections.
     
  12. Time Is On My Side

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    This was a great movie btw.
     
  13. Vidiot

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    No and no.
     
  14. shokhead

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    Well ok then!:laugh:
     
  15. chacha

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    Awful movie
     
  16. Vidiot

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    It always makes me crazy when somebody grew up in the '60s, then remakes a classic TV show or film from that period and completely screws it up. I had the same problem with Bob Zemeckis on House on Haunted Hill and 13 Ghosts. The originals were great; the remakes... haaaaaaarible.
     
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