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Hush Music’s Max Brodie comes to the rescue of the surfing ‘toons in this fun-filled McDonald’s Happy Meal film.
Once Scotland’s most famous folk duo, Robin Hall & Jimmie MacGregor help McDonalds go Football Crazy with their 1963 Family Favourite.
Crystal Fighters’ brand of zany post-modern folk rock adds a natural fizz and flurry to McDonalds’ fun-filled festival film.
The combination of a three pound meal deal and a few choice piano figures signals a real result for Subway’s cash-strapped Casanova.
McDonald’s recalls a time when tongue-tied teens (and Ford Capris) were all the rage and The Buzzcocks were in the charts with What Do I Get?
It may be about too much choice but Subway’s decision to use music by Dutch production house Sizzer certainly hits the lunchtime spot here.
Margate may become Miami for McDonalds’ stay-at-home holidaymakers, but J*S*T*A*R*S laconic 2006 floorfiller was made in Hull.
Acclaimed US indie rocker John Grant is the down-to-earthling responsible for the other-worldly soundtrack in KFC’s awesome astronaut ad.
The Menlo Music men’s poignant piano cover of The Jam’s 1977 rocker That’s Entertainment makes it love at first sight under the golden arches.
KFC’s rollerskating commercial turns on a sixpence thanks to the inspired use of 5 O’Clock World, a 1965 rarity by US beat combo The Vogues.