"Go Go Power Rangers!" and Its Badass Guitar Riff Turn 20 Years Old

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The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Believe it or not, it's now been 20 years since Mighty Morphin Power Rangers premiered, changing the way '90s kids saw the world by combining teen drama with dinosaur robots. It also introduced a generation to the power of electric guitars as the show's immortal "Go Go Power Rangers" theme has become a pop culture staple and irrefutably responsible for the baddest-assest riff in the history of children's television. To commemorate this milestone, we spoke to the series' composer Ron A. Wasserman, who now scores many projects including Hot in Cleveland, about how the theme came together, scoring with rock music and the restrictions of the increasingly politically correct world of '90s children's television. It's Morphin Time!

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It's Photo Day: Television at SummerStage, 06.15.07

Categories: Television

Left to right: Fred Smith, Tom Verlaine, Billy Ficca and, playing his first-ever show with Television, guitarist Jimmy Ripp; photos by John E. Coli Nikolai

June 16, 2007
Central Park SummerStage

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