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4 hours ago, Dusty Chalk said:

Love this.  What genre would you call this?

Unrelated:  Have i shared this yet?  Classical Japanese (the woman, Ueda) meets Modern French Prog (the three four guys, PoiL)

 

I don't know what genre it is. I'm not good at the subgenre's. I keep it simple with big umbrellas, so metal/hard rock. 

I haven't heard this much anger since, A Jagged Little Pill by Alanis. I like it. 

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Wikipedia:

"Danger Zone" is a song, with music composed by Giorgio Moroder and lyrics written by Tom Whitlock, which American singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins recorded and released in 1986.

... In 1986, Moroder collaborated with his protégé Harold Faltermeyer (of "Axel F") and lyricist Tom Whitlock to create the score for the film Top Gun (1986) which included Kenny Loggins' hit "Danger Zone" and Berlin's "Take My Breath Away". He wrote the theme song to the film Over the Top, "Meet Me Half Way", also performed by Loggins. In 1987, Moroder produced and co-wrote Falco's song "Body Next to Body". Moroder wrote the official theme songs, "Reach Out", for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, and "Hand in Hand", for the 1988 Seoul Olympics and "Un'estate italiana" for the 1990 FIFA World Cup.

etc.

 

Not quite... but there's nothing Giorgio Moroder couldn't do when he set his mind to it!

 

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On 11/16/2023 at 10:08 AM, HiWire said:

Wikipedia:

"Danger Zone" is a song, with music composed by Giorgio Moroder and lyrics written by Tom Whitlock, which American singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins recorded and released in 1986.

... In 1986, Moroder collaborated with his protégé Harold Faltermeyer (of "Axel F") and lyricist Tom Whitlock to create the score for the film Top Gun (1986) which included Kenny Loggins' hit "Danger Zone" and Berlin's "Take My Breath Away". He wrote the theme song to the film Over the Top, "Meet Me Half Way", also performed by Loggins. In 1987, Moroder produced and co-wrote Falco's song "Body Next to Body". Moroder wrote the official theme songs, "Reach Out", for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, and "Hand in Hand", for the 1988 Seoul Olympics and "Un'estate italiana" for the 1990 FIFA World Cup.

etc.

 

Not quite... but there's nothing Giorgio Moroder couldn't do when he set his mind to it!

 

Thank you so much for looking that up for me.

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