The lyrics for Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Music” have been reportedly loosely impressed by way of a calamitous however in the end a success 1970 Led Zeppelin gig in Iceland. Alternatively, the literal meaning of the song — assuming there even is any such factor — feels inappropriate given how many specific references to Norse mythology seem within the old-school banger by way of steel’s godfathers.
“The hammer of the gods,” sings Robert Plant within the first verse. “Will force our ships to new lands, to struggle the horde, sing and cry, ‘Valhalla, I’m coming.'” We guess you are asking, “How did Surprise want to make two Thor films earlier than it took place to them to use this — a ’70s rock staple that without delay name-checks a number of Asgard stuff?”
Because it seems, getting permission to use “Immigrant Music,” or any Led Zeppelin, monitor for a movie is terribly time-consuming and dear. The band is so protecting in their subject matter that it took director Taika Waititi and the musical director of “Thor: Ragnarok” (2018) actually all the years-long manufacturing of the movie to lock down “Immigrant Music.”
However Waititi thinks it was once worth the hassle. “I believe it do not have came about if we did not get started the dialog with them in point of fact, in point of fact early on,” he tells Industry Insider.