Along the vinyl releases you'll also find the Vinyl Me, Please - The Best Record Stores in The United States book, featuring an essay on one record store from each of the 50 states, and recommendations for more than record stores. Limited to 1, copies. If a title is regionally based and is not available throughout the country, it will say that in Various - Electric Dreams (Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Vinyl description.
The majority of titles on this section of the list are there because they have a limited run. You can download the list in PDF format here. Picture disc. Multi colored vinyl. Shaped disc. Pink vinyl. Purple vinyl. Blue vinyl. The film's three singles feature on the album, Album). Two of these singles, " Flashdance Billboard Hot The track "Romeo" by Donna Summer was released as a promo video to MTV prior to the film's release, composed only of outtakes from the film.
However, the song was not released to radio as Summer was on the verge of releasing her album She Works Hard for the Moneyand the title track was already becoming a major hit.
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The music in Flashdance was supervised by Phil Ramone. The title track "Flashdance What a Feeling" was originally recorded by Joe Esposito before Irene Cara was asked to re-record the song as in line with the film's female perspective. In the United States the album debuted Various - Electric Dreams (Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Vinyl number on the Billboard the week of April 30,and it finally reached number one after nine weeks on the chart on June 25,supplanting Michael Jackson 's Thriller after the latter had been the number-one album for 17 weeks.
The soundtrack debuted on the UK Albums Chart at number 40 on July 2,and peaked at number nine during its 30 weeks on the chart. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Me neither". Tampa Bay Times. Retrieved January 27, December 20, Retrieved March 21, May 20, The song's title is a reference to cocaineand it was based upon Moroder's soundtrack American Gigolo Robbin Daw considered its Album) "fit the overall druggy feel" of the film,  and Harry commented about it is "[a]s far as the films' themes and the lyrics [she] wrote, they were pretty much up to [her].
The first song features vocals Various - Electric Dreams (Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Vinyl Paul Engemannwhile in the other two Amy Holland sang. The soundtrack incorporates elements of disco post-disco and synthrock. The soundtrack stayed in the chart for seven weeks. In its review for the website AllMusicJason Birchmeier compared Scarface to other soundtrack works of Moroder, including Flashdance and Electric Dreamsboth released in Birchmeier considered the collaborations of Debbie Harry, Amy Holland and Elizabeth Daily to the soundtrack "much sheer fun", and Moroder's "moody" instrumentals as "quite moving".
He considered the film to be "undoubtedly the one that withstood the test of time most impressively, growing in popularity as the years passed", something that did not happen with the soundtrack, and concluded with "Moroder's craft, as always, is notably distinct for its stylishness, if not for its tastefulness.
Scarface became a "celebrated" album in the hip hop culture. III " and " It's Mine ". They can be heard on its fictional "Flashback All tracks are written by Giorgio Moroder, additional writing noted . Credits adapted from Allmusic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Disco  post-disco  synthrock . Debbie Harry - Rush Rush. A sample of the song " Rush Rush ", performed by Debbie Harry.
Robbie Daw for Idolator noted the lyrics of the song "fit the overall druggy feel" of the film. Retrieved October 19, The Talks. February 28,
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