Two years after the Ultor Corporation's destruction, the 3rd Street Saints have turned their street gang into a media empire, becoming icons and household names across the world, with their own energy drink, Japanese commercials, toys, a large fanbase, and a movie deal in the works. However, when the Saints' leader (usually referred to simply as "the Boss") and two lieutenants, Shaundi and Johnny Gat, attempt to rob a bank as a publicity stunt, the bank tellers unexpectedly start shooting back. The police, who they had paid off beforehand subsequently intervene and arrest the Saints. The Saints' leaders are shortly released to the man who owned the targeted bank, Phillipe Loren, the leader of a criminal organization known as "the Syndicate;" on his private jet, Loren offers to let the Saints live if they turn over most of their earnings. The Saints' leaders refuse and break out, but Gat is seemingly killed as the Boss and Shaundi escape via parachute. Upon landing, the Boss and ...
Strap It On
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You're gonna need more help than that, Frenchy.
I am Belgian!
I'm going to cut that disrespectful tongue from your mouth.
Oh yeah? You and how many of your - oh, that many.
The Lotus Eater
Performed by Opeth
Written by Mikael Åkerfeldt
Produced by Mikael Åkerfeldt
and Jens Borgen
Published by Imagem Music
Courtesy of Roadrunner Records See more