Singer-songwriter Stan Bush has, for the better part of the last decade, been experiencing one of the most improbable late-career rebirths in recent rock history. A quintessential stylist of 80s "power ballad" metal, he was mostly known for composing moderately-noteworthy tracks that wound up used in B-movies like "Bloodsport" and (more recently) on "Sailor Moon."
All that changed with the overdue re-release in the U.S. of the original "Transformers" movie, reaquainting fans with the "You've Got The Touch" and "Dare" - two tracks he recorded for the movie which have gone on to become ironic cult-classics in their own right. Since then, Bush's "second win" career has primarily involved performing said songs at Transformers conventions and composing NEW songs also related to the aforementioned intergalatic robot war. At least two such songs were offered (by Bush) to the producers of the Michael Bay Transformers movies... and rejected, presumably as part of Bay etc's resistance to all things that are awesome.
In any case, Bush is evidently planning to ride this train as far as it'll take him. The video game "Transformers: Battle For Cybertron" - handily described as a giant bucket of interactive 80s Transformers fan-service - is out this week, and KOTAKU already has a video up of the game's ending credits. Playing over said credits? Yet ANOTHER new Stan Bush song about Transformers. Give it a look: http://kotaku.com/5570343/transformers-credits-are-a-joy-for-old+timers
In other news, "Transformers 3" is still on a track to suck about a year from now.