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Come with Me (1998)

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"Come with Me" is a song by Puff Daddy & Jimmy Page that was featured on the soundtrack for the 1998 Godzilla film. The song recreates the 1974 Led Zeppelin song "Kashmir", with Jimmy Page's approval. Page and producer Tom Morello also supplied live guitar parts . The song also features heavy orchestral elements. It reached #2 in the UK and #4 in the US. In France, when football club Olympique Marseille scores a goal, this song is played.

A music video featuring both Puff Daddy and Jimmy Page was made for the song.

This collaboration was number twenty-seven on VH1's "Least Metal Moments" in a segment subtitled "It's All About the Zeppelin", because many metal fans and musicians didn't like the remake. Nick Menza formerly of Megadeth called the Puff Daddy/Jimmy Page collaboration "a blasphemy".

In 1998, Brett Scallions of the band Fuel said that the "Kashmir" remake put him off the entire film, saying: "It seems like anyone can take a classic rock song from the '60s, '70s or '80s and rap over the top of it and make a million bucks."

It was Puff Daddy's 5th consecutive top 5 single.


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