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Polaroid Snap Instant Digital Camera .:. Light Rays Design Photons Space

Polaroid Snap Instant Digital Camera We’re recreating the magic of classic instant photography with the Polaroid Snap – the newest way to snap, print, and share life instantly. The new camera is the perfect blend of nostalgic Polaroid instant photography and modern, digital technology. The snappy design fits into your clutch, and budget. Polaroid Products […]

Fastloaders .:. Central Park (from “Last Ninja 2”)

From the FastLoaders’ Blu-Ray “Live from the Underworld”, a concert of music from the game “Last Ninja 2” performed at the Underworld Club in Camden on October 15th, 2016. Get the full video download, amazing Blu-Ray or the Limited Edition Numbered CD double set at http://c64audio.com/ninja Performed by FastLoaders (http://www.ninjamusicology.com, http://fb.me/fastloaders), Composed by Matt Gray, […]

Maria McKee .:. Show Me Heaven

“Show Me Heaven” is a song written by Maria McKee, Eric Rackin and Jay Rifkin, and recorded by McKee and produced by Peter Asher for the soundtrack to the Tom Cruise film Days of Thunder, released in June 1990. It has since been covered by numerous other artists.

Modern Talking .:. Geronimo’s Cadillac

Modern Talking’s official music video for ‘Geronimo’s Cadillac’. Geronimo’s Cadillac New Version Album ‘Back for Good‘ Click to listen to Modern Talking on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/ModernTalkingSpoti… Click here to get the brandnew 2017 Modern Talking album ‘Back for Gold’: https://lnk.to/MT_BackForGold_CD As featured on 25 Years of Disco Pop. Click to buy the track or album via […]

Mr. Mister .:. Broken Wings

“Broken Wings” is a 1985 song recorded by American pop rock band Mr. Mister. It was released in September 1985 as the lead single from their second album Welcome to the Real World. The song peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in December 1985, where it remained for two weeks. It was […]

Lionel Richie .:. Dancing On The Ceiling

“Dancing on the Ceiling” is a song by American recording artist Lionel Richie. It was written by Richie, Mike Frenchik, and Carlos Rios for his third studio album of the same name (1986), while production was helmed by Richie and James Anthony Carmichael.[1] Released as the album’s leading single, it became a worldwide top ten […]