Samara Ginsberg—a self-described cellist, writer, arranger, and orchestrator—has been churning out some fantastic musical arrangments using, well, multiple versions of herself. Eight to be exact. They are mainly centered on a big dose of ‘80s and ‘90s nostalgia so we’ve already heard the Knight Rider theme, John Williams’ “Imperial March” (with bonus Darth Vader helmet), and even Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Now, she’s turned her eyes toward some mutants.
Ginsberg said she “had a lot of requests for this one” and we don’t doubt it—it’s one of the best theme songs ever. Looking for another animated classic? How about He-Man and the Masters of the Universe?
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