In 1984 , Giorgio Moroder produced and composed the music for a spiffed up re-release of "Metropolis." Though it caused many serious students of film to blanch, it remains a cult film, and the one most often to have introduced people to the land mark 1926 film.
Moroder restored and scored Fritz Lang’s classic silent film with songs such as "Here She Comes" by Bonnie Tyler, "Love Kills" by Queen’s Freddy Mercury, and "Cage of Freedom" by Jon Anderson. But it is his own atmospheric use of synthesizers and evocative sound effects which flesh out the effective underscoring. 90 minutes approx.