After so many articles on movies we grew up with, I realized that I haven't had a top 10 list in so long, and I most certainly need a break from my Crazy Childhood articles. But for now, let's take a look at one of the most cliched moments in an animated film.... So, sit back, relax and enjoy the "Top 10 Animated Villian Songs".
In an animated film, chances are you'll get a few songs outta them. But, in my opinion, villians ALWAYS get the best songs. But which one's are the most intimidating and memorable? Note: This is for any animated villian, not just Non-Disney ones. The Unicron Theme from "The Transformers: The Movie"Composed by: Vince Di Cola Thought techinally a film score piece and not a song sung by the villian, is still a badass song that most Transformers fans find pulse-pounding.
With it's catchy 80's synthesizer, this was the song that made you run for cover from that bad-ass planet-eating planet (? Actually, when you think about it, it sorta sounds like a theme you'd expect from a factory in hell.
If that's what it's supposed to sound like, then it's job is complete.9.
"Night on Bald Mountain" from "Fantasia" (1940)Composed by: Leopold Stokowski Again, not a song sung by the villian, and it really wasn't originally written with this film in mind, but whenever you hear this song, this segment would always come to mind.
One other thing about it is that it reminds me of that Galaxy Song from "Monty Python's Meaning of Life".
I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing. "Toxic Love" from "Fern Gully: The Last Rainforest" (1992)Sung by: Hexxus It's sung by the 6th greatest non-Disney villian, who's also voiced by the great Tim Curry.
Like you even NEED an explanation why this song's so great? "Poor Unfortunate Souls" from "The Little Mermaid" (1989)Sung by: Ursula Ok, NOW we're getting to the more memorable ones here.
As we all know, Alan Menken and Howard Ashmen (rest his soul) are known to have made unforgettable tunes, especially in one of Disney's classics, "The Little Mermaid".
What's great about this one is that it advances the plot forward with out managing to slow things down. "Gaston" from "Beauty and the Beast" (1990)Sung by: Gaston, Lefou, The Villagers What is with Disney with giving the biggest animated douchebag one of the greatest songs?