Music video by Corey Hart performing Sunglasses At Night.
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Cabaret review: Sunglasses at Night - The 80s Apocalypse Sing Along Cabaret There was no warm-up necessary for the crowd shoe-horned into the Artspace, with everyone singing along from the start to Geraldine Quinn's selection of some of the more incomprehensible, dodgy and poncy '80s songs. Accompanied by Cameron Thomas [...]
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Seth Meyers' 'Late Night' Delivers "White Women Watching Me" Parody of '80s Hit Late Night with Seth Meyers delivered a topical parody of the '80s pop song, "Somebody's Watching Me" and the artist behind it, Rockwell, with Amber Ruffin dressing up as Rockwell and performing "White Women Watching Me". The Tuesday night sketch was [...]
Ray-Ban Just Dropped a $500 Pair of Aviators Plated in 24K Gold Ray-Ban is out with another bold look this summer, a pair of Aviators that feels like anything but your dad's sunglasses. The Wings 24-Carat Gold Limited Edition is more akin to the Ray-Bans that show up in songs by Tyga (Shades On), Katy Perry [...]
A Flock Of Seagulls' Original Lineup Remade Their Best Song For First Recording In 34 Years With a few weeks left until we feel the sun's full wrath, the '80s new wave outfit have decided to reunite for the first time in 34 years and gift us five new versions of the hit song— an orchestral rendition, dub style, the “video edit,” a remix by [...]
"The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades" is a song by Timbuk3. It is the opening track from their debut album, Greetings from Timbuk 3. It was released by I.R.S. Records in 1986. The song made the Top 20 in the United States (#19) and the Top 40 in the United Kingdom (#21).
The inspiration for the song, and the title specifically, came when Barbara MacDonald said to her partner and husband singer/songwriter Pat MacDonald, "The future is looking so bright, we'll have to wear sunglasses!" But, while Barbara had made the comment in earnest – it was the early '80s, the two had met and married and were starting a family, their first EP was coming, their book was filling up with gigs – Pat heard the comment as an ironic quip and wrote down instead, "The future’s so bright, I gotta...
my dad said the best song of the 80s was 'jump' like 'sunglasses at night' never happened smdh
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Dancing With The Stars’ Carmelo Pizzino helps Perth’s Nick Katris and Claudia La Pegna create ultimate wedding video The groom and his mates slowed it down and almost stole the show wearing slick aviator sunglasses as Top Gun’s theme song was played. The wedding dance video has already gone viral. Picture: Everafter Productions The couple and their guests then paid ... [...]
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Exclusive: Don Coscarelli talks Phantasm, Phantasm: Ravager and much more! I'm so stoked because there are so many Phantasm fans out there who tell me, "I've watched the film 20 times, 30 times," and it's like they've been watching the film with sunglasses on this ... lab work back in the early 80s - I don't know what those ... [...]
Tiga: From Montreal to ‘Planet E’ The other end had a cheesy, Euro-style – a late-’80s style ... I was at the Miami Music Conference [in 2002], and DJ Hell and some of the people from the German label, Gigolo, which put out “Sunglasses At Night,” were there. I met my first agent ... [...]
20 Things You Never Knew About 'Top Gun' This year marks the 30th anniversary of the movie that single-handedly made aviator sunglasses and bomber jackets en vogue ... Anyone who grew up in the '80s likely has some kind of make-out story involving the film. It starred up-and-comer Tom Cruise ... [...]
Geoff Tate belts Operation: Mindcrime hits, Key future classics at HOB Cleveland More importantly, multi-octave Tate rekindled his love with the loyal Northeast Ohio fan base that catapulted the singer to superstardom in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s ... his look with hats and “funny sunglasses.” He marveled that marijuana ... [...]
Unterhaltung Tocotronic veröffentlichen ihr 12. Album. Sonntag, 28. Januar 2018Von Sarah Rauchfuß Das neue Tocotronic-Album ist eine musikalische wie autobiografische Chronik des Heranreifens. Doch wie schildert eine Band das Erwachsensein, die viel lieber vom Erwachsenwerden singt?In ihrer Liebe zu Gegensätzen bleiben Tocotronic sich auch bei ihrem zwölften Album treu. Autobiografisch, also mit stark individuellem Drift soll das neue Album sein und heißt doch: die...
Pogen, schwitzen, grölen: Die Donots spielen auf der "Lauter als Bomben"-Tour im Bremer Kulturzentrum Schlachthof. (Pascal Faltermann)Vor der Bühne fliegen Bierbecher durch die Luft, Menschen stürzen sich in die Menge, Schweiß vermischt sich mit Gerstensaft auf der Haut der Besucher. Die Donots spielen vor einem Menschenregal. Ein Regal menschlichen Fleischs, so bezeichnet Guido Knollmann, Gitarrist und Hintergrundsänger der Band Donots, die von den Künstlern geliebten schrägen Ränge im...
Was ist das denn! Stimmt da womöglich etwas mit der Stereoanlage nicht? Oder ist die CD nicht in Ordnung? Okay, okay, nach einem ersten Moment der Irritation offenbart sich alsbald, dass die Sache Methode hat – und „Suck the Blood From My Wound“, die erste Nummer des neuen Albums von Ezra Furman, in ihrem wie verrutscht wirkenden filter-fahlen Sound vielfach gebrochen ist, samt der blubbernden Merkwürdigkeit eines rudimentären Synthiebeats. Von Furman hat man packend hibbelig...