Fall Out Boy, Missy Elliott remade the 'Ghostbusters' theme. But are you 'afraid' of the new sound? | The Tylt
Are you afraid of the new Ghostbusters theme song? Because some folks are shaken up, apparently by how bad the new song sounds. Fall Out Boy feat. Missy Elliott remade the 1984 self-titled theme song by Ray Parker. And some critics see the new version as another indication that the Ghostbusters reboot will be terrible.
But fans of the artists say the song isn't bad. They are telling haters to have several seats. The new version is certainly a different sound from the original pop song. It's Fall Out Boy fused with Elliott ... like literally! Who doesn't love them?!
Well ... fans of the 1984 Ghostbusters apparently don't care who's behind the new song. They care about Parker's classic hit being ruined. On the other hand, defenders of 2016's Ghostbusters say that new things shouldn't be compared to old things. It's a different version for Pete's sake!
What do you think: #GoodGhostbustersSong or #BadGhostbustersSong?
Fall Out Boy, Missy Elliott remade the 'Ghostbusters' theme. But are you 'afraid' of the new sound?
Fuck all y'all who hate Fall Out Boy's Ghostbusters theme. It's great and I'm sick of hearing about how new things somehow ruin old things— M.J. Pack (@megslice) June 23, 2016
Fall Out Boy's cover of Ghostbusters theme song is so good. Hope there will be a music video for song soon.— joey padron (@joeypadron) June 23, 2016
The new Ghostbusters theme is dorky! The original one is dorky! The whole thing is dorky! It's fun! We're supposed to be having a good time!— Mike Lamborghini (@AxlCalrissian) June 23, 2016
Fall Out Boy and Missy Elliot covering the iconic Ghostbusters theme? Could the remake shit on the original any more than it has done now?— Ryan (@PerfectAsshoIe) June 4, 2016
The original "Ghostbusters," by Ray Parker Jr, was atrocious. Fall Out Boy does not improve on the experience.— Devin Pike (@justdevin) June 23, 2016
In my old job the headline would be "Fall Out Boy's Ghostbusters Song Is So Bad We Can't Responsibly Publish It" and link to the Red Cross.— Andy Khouri (@andykhouri) June 23, 2016