It is with a heavy heart that I bring you the final DeadHeads‘ character Top 10 song list. But I can definitely say we’re going out with a bang! After the jump you can check out the ‘Top 10 Songs I’d Kick Zombie Ass To’ list from Ellie (played by Natalie Victoria), the love interest of DeadHeads!
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“ll buono, il cattivo, il brutto” Main Theme (The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly) by Ennio Morricone
The song is epic. These are epic times. Do what has to be done. Zombies beware!
“Tick Tick Boom” – The Black and White Album by The Hives
For those massive scale zombie hoard attacks. You are gonna need a good jam to blow some brains, plus the beats are great for timing grenades you may decide to launch.
“Dragula” from the MATRIX Soundtrack by Rob Zombie
Cuz I could pretend I was as badass as Trinity while kicking zombie’s brains in with my stiletto boots and 44 magnum.
“It’s Like That” from Discover More Album by Run-D.M.C.
Cuz it is LIKE that and that’s the way it is!
“Pork & Beans” from the Red Album by Weezer
Say no to Zombie Conformity – sometimes you just gotta do what you gotta do (even though you are probably going to be eating a lot of canned beans!)
“Move Along” – from Move Along Album by the All American Rejects
Everyone needs a little push when things get rough. So when you get injured and the zombie hoards are surrounding you, pop this in – get up – and move along. And fast….
“Livin on a Prayer” – Slippery When Wet Special Edition Album by Bon Jovi
If I ever fell in love with a zombie during a zombie apocalypse, I think all we’d have to live on would be a prayer!
“Moves Like Jagger” from Hands All Over Album by Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera
It’s a fun poppy song, and let’s be honest – you need all the moves you can get to stay light on your feet with zombies about.
“The Kiss” – from the Last of the Mohicans Soundtrack by Randy Edelman & Trevor Jones
Everyone needs a reason to live & keep on going, and somehow this song reminds you of just that when you need it.
Main Theme from Once Upon a Time in the West Movie Soundtrack by Ennio Morricone
When it’s all said and done, and you are the last one standing – you are going to need a good tune as you watch the sun come up and remember those that didn’t make it.