SFX Rocks!

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We set our Facebook friends and Twitter followers a Bank Holiday challenge to create some sci-fi/rock’n’pop crossovers. The response was enormous, and here are just a mere few of our favourites

We had over 600 responses to this, and special mention must go to Steve R Mainwaring and Mark Granger who alone must have supplied over 150 suggestions between them (sorry, if we didn’t include yours – there was a wealth of great stuff to choose from). Think you could have done better? Then why aren’t you social networking with us? There’s more to SFX online than just this website

Sliders and the Family Stone
twindy 5

Starfleetwood Mac

tameblue

The Adventures Of Bukaroo Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band Across The Fifth Dimension
SFX (Inspred by The Boz Dog)

Frankenstein Goes To Hollywood
madcatjo2pont0

Attack The Bloc Party

beta_bandit

Stargate Atlantis Morissette
twindy5

Lady Ga-Ga In The Water
MJHammond1973

Dawn Of The Grateful Dead
suo_gan

Dexy’s Midnight Blade Runners
twindy5

Cowboys And Alien Ant Farm
TheBozDog

Jimmy Eats Super Mario World
insipidme

Escape From LA Guns

MJHammond1973

The Thing-Things
Nica

Indiana Jones And The Last So Solid Crew-sade
TonyLazarus

Raiders Of The Lost Arcade Fire
Tony Lazarus

The Chemical Brothers Grimm
MonasticProds

Land Of They Might Be Giants
colinbell/Patrick Sanders

Predator-i Amos
The Boz Dog

Simply Red Dwarf
iCoomber

MC Warhammer
DuncanKeeling

Grandmaster Flash Gordon
nachomandrill

Soylent Green Day
lydia_petze

20,000 Human Leagues Under The Sea
Colinbell

Batman Turner Overdrive
Bigbossfan

Shaun Of The Grateful Undead
lydia_petze

Elton Tron
carolinedoree

Buffy Clyro
MJHammond1973

Abba The Hutt
Bigbossfan

Legend Of The New Seekers
Steve R Mainwaring

Sly And The No Ordinary Family Stone
Mark Granger

U2-D2
Dicky Crisps

Hellearasure
Patrick Sanders

Don’t Blink 182
Rob Burch

District 911
Simon Mills

Bruno Mars Needs Mothers
Ben Wheeldon

Battlestar Elastica
Dicky Crisps

Hellboyzone
Damien Grant

Interview With The Vampire Weekend
Tom Gray

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