Punk Rock Factory Premieres ‘Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers’ Theme Video

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Independent punk rock band Punk Rock Factory premiered the video for its take on the theme song to the classic TV series, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers over the weekend.

The band premiered the performance Friday. It came the same day as the release of the band’s new album, Masters of the Uniwurst. The song is featured among the many theme songs covered in the album. The compilation also features covers of theme songs from beloved children’s shows, such as Goof Troop, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Animaniacs.

Punk Rock Factory’s take on the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers theme song stays true to its source material. What it does differently is gives the song an updated, heavier 21st century touch. Where the original 90s version was driven largely by keyboards and augmented vocals, this rendition is so much heavier and purer. It will appeal in its own right to fans of the original show and song at the same time.

The video for the band’s performance is a simple presentation. It presents the band performing the new song in a studio setting. A variety of camera angles are used throughout the brief song to enhance the viewing experience.

More information on Punk Rock Factory’s new compilation record is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:




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