The song’s official video is dedicated to Czech student Jan Palach, who committed suicide in political protest by self-immolation.

The song is often used as trailer music, and was used in the trailer and introduction to the video game Tony Hawk’s Project 8; it later reappeared on its soundtrack and as its intro music. It was also used in the introduction to Pro Evolution Soccer 5 and in the games Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition and Marc Eckō’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure. It was featured in the game SingStar Rocks!. “Club Foot” was also in the film Goal!, the snowboard video From With Love, Jekyl and Hyde and the trailers for the movies Green Street and Serenity. The song is used in the introduction to WRC: Rally Evolved, and the Season 3 finale of Numb3rs. Additionally, the song was featured as a music video on the first “Sampler” UMD disk provided in the value pack of the Sony PlayStation Portable system at its initial launch.

This song was used twice on the BBC motoring programme Top Gear. It is featured in the Ashton Kutcher and Kevin Costner film The Guardian and Neil Marshall’s Doomsday. It is also used by Arsenal when they walk onto the pitch at the Emirates Stadium. More recently, the a remixed version of the song has been used as the entrance song of Aston Villa. It has also been used in the trailer for the movie District 13 starring David Belle.

Other Media Uses:
First song of the end credits of Neil Marshall’s Doomsday starring Rhona Mitra, Bob Hoskins, and Malcolm McDowell.
It was featured in the Activision video Game Tony Hawk’s Project 8.
It can also be heard in the opening scene of Pro Evolution Soccer 5
The song is used on the intro of Smallville’s episode Lucy.
The song is also played during the previews for season 5 of 24.
The song is used in the commercial for “My Own Worst Enemy” on NBC Fall 2008.
The song was used during a montage in the movie Goal! (film)
The song is played before Hyundai A-League matches at Perth Glory’s home ground, Members Equity Stadium
The song was used for the video highlights of the 2008 Spanish Grand Prix on formula1.com
The song is used in the song selection for Midnight Club 3 Dub Edition, Juiced and Singstar Rocks
The song is used for the opening scene of WRC Evolved
The song is used in the English trailer for film Banlieue 13 (released in English as “District 13”), written and produced by Luc Besson
The song is used in a trailer for the ABC show The Unusuals
The song is used in cartoon A.T.O.M
The song is also used as part of the soundtrack to “The Windsurfing Movie”.
The song is used in the opening credits of Sky1’s adaption of Martina Cole’s “The Take”
The song is used in the trailer for Codemasters Ashes Cricket 2009

Edited by scarletsong on 30 Oct 2013, 01:27

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