That makes two of us my friend i like this track as well. from the techno/dance-pop phenomenon 2 Unlimited
I would imagine 'No Limits' was their biggest and most successful track across the continent, i remember the track hitting the UK by storm. And that outfit worn by the irresistible 'Anita Doth' sexy or what she certainly pulled my heart-strings
Yes indeed Admirator they had great energy and rhythm and the band became an instant success all across Europe and possibly throughout the world with their renown high energy techno tracks
Wow! I thought this song was made from "Queen". And you know, that's a shame for me, because in 1987, Greece won the European championship of basketball and this song was played by the media back then, over and over, especially for celebrating this! Well, it was almost 30 years back, but still shame on me ! Love it ! And about "Queen": Queen are a British rock band that formed in London in 1970. In 1977 they made "We will Rock You", but averybody knows that . Here is an instumental only cover version i like a lot:
Date: Wednesday, 03 Aug 2016, 00:39 | Message # 366
Ta! Admirator my friend, probably helps having brothers and a sister growing up in a household with lots of various music tracks blasting away through the decades as we gradually matured with age, and of course the glorious years of clubbing from disco's to nightclubs strutting your stuff on the dance floors! oh yes, those were the days
Date: Wednesday, 03 Aug 2016, 01:16 | Message # 367
An inspirational movie, that with the help of Vangelis Papathanassiou's wonderfully stirring music, lifts the spirits to a new high magical soundtrack ;)
On a side note, a year later in 1982 he did one of the best soundtracks to one of the greatest science fiction films of all time "Blade Runner" Based on Philip K Dick's dystopian novel of humanoid robots (replicants) and a Chandleresque hero (the 'blade runner'of the title) whose job was to hunt them down and eradicate them
Great find my friend
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Seal Henry Olusegun Olumide Adeola Samuel, better known by his stage name Seal, is an English singer and songwriter. In 1995 he made "Kiss from a rose", which appeared on the soundtrack to the 1995 film Batman Forever.
R.E.M. was an American rock band from Athens, Georgia, formed in 1980. In 1987 they made "It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" and this particular version was used by GreenPeace in 1993.
Date: Wednesday, 10 Aug 2016, 06:00 | Message # 371
In an interview Summer said, she liked to exercise with music (if i remeber right) and as an example of music she said "I Will Survive"... Gloria Gaynor (born September 7, 1949) is an American singer and in 1978 she made that song.
Date: Thursday, 11 Aug 2016, 05:58 | Message # 372
Chumbawamba were a British alternative music band that had, over a career spanning three decades, played anarcho-punk, pop-influenced music, world music, and folk music. In 1997 they made their most successful single, "Tubthumping" (i knew it as "i get knocked down"):
I'm going to start my 2nd (final) phase of vacation, this afternoon, within the best vacation destination nation . My posts messages will be rarer then. The place i’ m having vacations, it is only 33,6km (21miles) away from Thermopylae (Hot gates), the place where King Leonidas and his 300 soldiers (and 700 Thespians) died fighting, defending freedom. I think Lena Headey would be interested to see the place . Sabaton is a band from Falun, Sweden formed in 1999. I thought they were from Finland! So, it is Fermi's land again . They make Power metal and Heavy metal music, which is.. heavy for me, but in 2010 they made a nice song called "Coat of Arms", in a homonymous album. All songs have WW2 themes. "Coat of Arms" have both nice rhythm and theme and you will see why…
Hi, Admirator another great track my friend from one of the best bands the American underground produced in the fab "80s.
Another band influenced by the energetic punk scene. R.E.M. began to develop their own energetic folk-rock style signature sound of music, with a mixed blend of chiming guitar and also the sound of cryptic vocals from their lead singer
I enjoyed the hits from the early "90s "Losing My Religion" and "Shiny Happy People" was also a decent little number