What's That Song From The Honda Civic Commercial?

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Back in 1972, The Honda Civic was introduced to the world. Since then, it has gone through many changes, and recently Honda unveiled it's 2012 model. With it, they released a series of of commercials featuring a few different artists. The bands featured in the commercials aren't necessarily mainstream bands, so it left many wondering, what is that song from the Honda Civic commercial?

Five commercials were released titled, To Each Their Own, Ninja, Date With A Woodsman, It's Good To Be A Zombie and She's All Monster. We've collected all of the commercials and taken the guess work out of figuring out who the artists are behind these songs.

The commercial below was one of the first to be released; it also features the individual characters from the other commercials. We'll tell you who the artist is behind the song after the video.

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This catchy electro-pop track is brought to you by Danish Duo, Snake and Jet's Amazing Bullit Band. Titled Introducing, it comes off of their 2009 release, Peace Boat; you can listen to the full version of the song below.

Introducing - Snake & Jet's Amazing Bullit Band

The next commercial is called Ninja, watch the video and you'll see why.

Just by listening to the lyrics, you probably guessed the title of the track, Hoodie Ninja. The hard part is guessing the artist behind this song, in this case, it's Mc Chris. The song is part of Mc Chris', Mc Chris is dead released in 2008, check out the full track below.

Hoodie Ninja - Mc Chris

Put a zombie in your commercial and you're bound to sell some cars, right?

The song featured in this commercial is One Week of Danger by The Virgins. Off of their first full-length album, The Virgins, it's not the first time one of their songs have been used for promotional use. Their song Rich Girls was used in the movie 17 Again and their song Hey Hey Girl was used in the trailer for Miss March. Listen to the live version of One Week of Danger below.

One week of Danger- The virgins

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After listening to the song used in the Woodsman commercial, you can't help but tap your foot along with the beat or even start with a little knee slapping. This song was written by Barry Louis Polisar who is known for his children's books, songs, poems and stories. The song, All I Want Is You was also featured in the opening credits for the movie Juno.

All I Want Is You - Barry Louis Polisar

Monsters should be scary right? Well, I guess under all that make-up there lives a real beast.

This catchy track is called We Turn It Up by Danish singer Nanna Øland Fabricius, also known as Oh Land. Released in March of 2011, We Turn It Up comes off of Oh Land's second album, Oh Land. Listen to the full song below.

Oh Land - We Turn it Up