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04/16/2014 11:53 am ET | Updated Apr 16, 2014

'Kashmir' Is Having A Moment (?), So Let's Remember Puff Daddy's 'Come With Me'

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An instrumental version of "Kashmir" appears in the final trailer for "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Puff Daddy recently announced that his name was Puff Daddy again. The reboot of "Godzilla" is coming out in May. Three's a trend, and while those items don't seem particularly connected, here's proof that they kind of are: Puff Daddy's "Come With Me," from 1998's "Godzilla," featuring Jimmy Page. Let's bring it back (uh-huh, yeah):

Any similarities between that video and Kanye West's 2008 European Music Awards performance are purely coincidental. "Come With Me" was released as part of the "Godzilla" soundtrack on May 19, 1998, which means this song is now nearly 16 years old. Other notable entires on the compilation included The Wallflowers' cover of "Heroes" ...

... and Rage Against the Machine's "No Shelter."

The takeaway of all this: "Godzilla" may have been "mothereffing filler," but at least it had a great soundtrack. And because clearly "Come With Me" Fever (TM) is in the air right now, Dave Gonzales produced this mashup of the "X-Men: Days of Future Past" trailer and "Come With Me" while this post was literally being written:

COME WITH ME TO THE DAYS OF FUTURE PAST from Da7e Gonzales on Vimeo.

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