This song and Miami Vice… it can’t get any better. The track appears in the prologue of the episode ‘Florence Italy’ while Crockett and Tubbs are cruisin’ the hooker district.
This song appeared in episode “Definitely Miami” premiered on January 10, 1986
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.
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Performed by FastLoaders (http://www.ninjamusicology.com, http://fb.me/fastloaders), Composed by Matt Gray, Copyright High Technology Publishing Ltd. “Last Ninja 2” is a trademark of System 3 Software Limited.
“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’s official music video for ‘Geronimo’s Cadillac’.
Geronimo’s Cadillac New Version Album ‘Back for Good‘
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“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 released as the band was just about to embark on a US tour opening for Tina Turner. The song peaked at number four in the United Kingdom, the highest chart position the group ever achieved in Britain.
The music video for “Broken Wings” was directed by Oley Sassone and filmed in black-and-white. It features lead vocalist/bassist Richard Page driving through the desert in a classic Ford Thunderbird, the first allusion to birds. There is a scene where Page is sitting in a church when a Harris’s Hawk flies in through the window and lands next to him on the pew and they exchange a gaze. The full band is also featured in performance scenes. Also appearing in the video are an unknown man and woman dancing tango. They are only shown from the waist down. At the end of the video Page is seen next to the Thunderbird with the vehicle’s hood open, symbolizing broken wings.
“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. Released as the album’s leading single, it became a worldwide top ten hit, reaching the top five in Sweden, the United States, and the Flemish region of Belgium as well as peaking on the top spot on the national singles chart in Norway.
The music video was directed by Stanley Donen who also co-produced it with Glenn Goodwin through Glenn Goodwin & Associates. Michael Peters choreographed and Daniel Pearl was the director of photography. Shooting took place during three days at Laird Studios in Culver City and one day on location at the LeMondrian Hotel in West Hollywood.The video reportedly cost somewhere between $350,000 and $500,000 (or around $400,000), making it the most expensive short form music video production at the time
Black or White” is a single by American singer and songwriter Michael Jackson. The song was released by Epic Records on November 11, 1991 as the first single from Jackson’s eighth studio album, Dangerous. It was written, composed and produced by Michael Jackson and Bill Bottrell.
The music video for “Black or White” premiered on MTV, BET, VH1, and Fox (giving them their highest Nielsen ratings ever at the time) as well as the BBC’s Top of the Pops in the UK on November 14, 1991. Along with Jackson, it featured Macaulay Culkin, Tess Harper, and George Wendt.The video was directed by John Landis, who previously directed Thriller. It was choreographed by Vincent Paterson. It premiered simultaneously in 27 countries, with an audience of 500 million viewers, the most ever for a music video.
ET Electro Team – Boytronic, Doc da Real, Skyrocker, Vanna, Fresh Jay. TV show performance from 1991.
01 – Lay Your Hands On Me 00:00
02 – I´d Die For You 05:05
03 – Wild In The Streets 09:44
04 – Long Way To Love (Britny Fox) 14:30
05 – Ge It On (Kindom Come) 19:20
06 – Way Cool Jr.(Ratt) 29:15
07 – Chain Reaction (Ratt) 34:14
08 – You Give Love A Bad Name 40:40
09 – Tokyo Road 44:10
10 – Born To Be My Baby 50:21
11 – I’ll Be There For You 57:01
12 – Blood On Blood 01:03:24
13 – Livin´On A Prayer 01:10:30
14 – Ride Cowboy Ride 01:16:41
15 – Wanted Dead Or Alive 01:18:43
16 – Bad Medicine 01:24:21
17 – Countdown 1989 / It´s All Over Now (All Bands) 01:33:46
From the I’m Your Baby Tonight Album (Japanese Version) – This single went to number 1 in Japan… should have been released worldwide
Tereza Kesovija – Prijatelji Stari Gdje Ste (Live) 2007 A L’Olympia.