Music Trivia YMMV
The Chemical Brothers
Awesome Music: Definitely a LOT of their songs qualify. These are just to name a few:
"Galvanize": Surely one of their better known songs, it has a very catchy Arab style hook a la Fatboy Slim. It appeared also in a Need for Speed game, more precisely Most Wanted 2012.
"Escape Velocity": Some Epic Rocking, as it lasts 12 minutes, it's a great techno-trance song, and it appeared in Gran Turismo 5!
"Midnight Madness": Not only it appeared in Midnight Club Los Angeles, it is one of their better songs, and the video's quite good, too!
"Do It Again": One of their better known songs to the mainstream audience. It's so good.
"Chemical Beats": If you played Wipeout on your PlayStation 1, you will surely remember this amazing tune. It still sounds great to this day!
"Loops of Fury": Similar to "Chemical Beats", but Darker and Edgier. It also appeared in Wipeout 2097, the sequel to the videogame in which "Chemical Beats" appeared.
And then there's some of their 90s classics, like the anthemic "Block Rockin' Beats", "Elektrobank" & "Setting Sun."
"Star Guitar" matches a naggingly catchy dance song with an innovative, Michael Gondry-directed video.
"The Private Psychedelic Reel," nine minutes of delirious, big-beat awesomeness.
Ear Worm: Many of their songs, although "Galvanize" and "Hey Boy Hey Girl" are the most prominent examples.
Ensemble Darkhorse: "The Big Jump" was a nearly forgotten song from Push The Button. Then it got featured in racing games and Project Gotham Racing 3 .
Burnout Revenge Magnum Opus: Dig Your Own Hole. Push The Button is also worth a mention.
Nightmare Fuel: The video for "Believe", which depicts the protagonist of the video hallucinating that he's being stalked by a robotic arm.
Signature Song: "Galvanize".
What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: The music video for "Let Forever Be", directed by French director Michel Gondry.