The Top Gun soundtrack is one of the most popular soundtracks to date, reaching 9× Platinum certification and #1 on the Billboard Hot 200 albums chart for five nonconsecutive weeks in the summer and fall of 1986. Harold Faltermeyer, who previously worked with both Jerry Bruckheimer and Don Simpson on the films Flashdance and Beverly Hills Cop, was sent the script of Top Gun by Bruckheimer before filming began. Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock worked on numerous songs including the Oscar-winning "Take My Breath Away". Kenny Loggins performed two songs on the soundtrack, "Playing with the Boys", and "Danger Zone".
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Prior to the production of the Top Gun soundtrack, Moroder found his songwriting partners Keith Forsey and Pete Bellotte unavailable, and knowing Whitlock was a lyricist invited him for the project. Whitlock and Moroder co-wrote five songs for Top Gun including "Take My Breath Away" and the Kenny Loggins hit "Danger Zone". ASCAP shows 113 songs registered, performed by artists such as Berlin, Bonnie Tyler, Jennifer Rush, Michael McDonald, Ray Charles, Graham Nash, Diana Ross, Teddy Pendergrass, Roger Daltrey and John Entwistle.
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*Top Gun Soundtrack Extended Edition Booklet 1) "Take My Breath Away (Love Theme from Top Gun)" (performed by Berlin). 2) "Radar Radio" (performed by Giorgio Moroder featuring Joe Pizzulo, written by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock). Terri Nunn: vocals. Arthur Barrow: synthesizers. Ric Olsen: electric guitar. John Crawford: synthesizers. Rob Brill: drums. 1) "Take My Breath Away" – 4:13. 2) "Radar Radio" by Giorgio Moroder featuring Joe Pizzulo – 3:40. 1) "Take My Breath Away" – 4:13. 2) "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins – 3:36. Canada (Music Canada). Gold. 50,000. France (SNEP). Gold. 500,000. United Kingdom (BPI). Silver. 200,000. United States (RIAA).
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"Take My Breath Away" – Berlin (B-side is the song "Radar Radio" by Joe Pizzulo and Giorgio Moroder). Hero and the Terror - Original Soundtrack by David Michael Frank. Over the Top - Original Soundtrack. Scarface - Original Soundtrack. The Prince of Egypt - Original Soundtrack. Little Shop of Horrors - Original Film Soundtrack. Disney's Dinosaurs (Big Songs). Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost. Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders. Giorgio Moroder Project (To Be Number One). Sérgio Mendes (on his Brasileiro, Oceano, Confetti, Brasil '86 and Self Titled albums). Barry Manilow (Swing Street). Eddie Money (Nothing to Lose and Can't Hold Back). Eros Ramazzotti (Tutte Storie).
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Featured Songs - "Holding Out for a Hero" by Bonnie Tyler, "If It's Not What You're Looking For" by Kenny Loggins, "Yah Mo B There" by James Ingram & Michael McDonald, "Margaritaville" by Jimmy Buffett, "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes" "I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man)" by Kenny Loggins, "Pencil Thin Mustache" by Jimmy Buffett, "Why Don't We Get Drunk" by Jimmy Buffett, "Footloose" by Kenny Loggins. 1) "Danger Zone". As the mid '80s approach, McDonald feels that with the death of Yacht Rock, he has become the irrelevant joke he always feared he would become. Loggins, on the other hand, has grown to love doing movie soundtracks and his career is still in high gear.
This is a list of songs that originated in movies that charted (Top 40) in either the United States or the United Kingdom, though frequently the version that charted is not the one found in the film.
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Reggie Bennett as Female Arm Wrestler. 1) "Winner Takes It All" – Sammy Hagar. 2) "In This Country" – Robin Zander (International versions of the film had Eddie Money singing instead). 3) "Take It Higher" – Larry Greene. 4) "All I Need Is You" – Big Trouble. 5) "Bad Nite" – Frank Stallone. 6) "Meet Me Half Way" – Kenny Loggins. 7) "Gypsy Soul" – Asia. 8) "The Fight (Instrumental)" – Giorgio Moroder. 9) "Mind Over Matter" – Larry Greene. 10) "I Will Be Strong" – Eddie Money.
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;Back to Avalon personnel 1) "Nobody's Fool" (Kenny Loggins, Michael Towers) – 4:18. 2) "I'm Gonna Miss You" (Pam Reswick, Steve Werfel, Jeff Pescetto) – 4:23. 3) "Tell Her" (Bert Russell) – 3:36. 4) "One Woman" (Loggins, Richard Page, John Lang) – 4:07. 5) "Back to Avalon" (Loggins, Peter Wolf, Nathan East) – 5:40. 6) "She's Dangerous" (Loggins, Michael McDonald) – 5:17. 7) "True Confessions" (Martin Briley, Richard Feldman) – 3:46. 8) "Hope for the Runaway" (Loggins, Patrick Leonard) – 4:25. 9) "Isabella's Eyes" (Loggins, Keith Diamond) – 4:46. 10) "Blue on Blue" (Loggins, Towers, Robert Irving) – 3:53. 11) "Meet Me Half Way" (Giorgio Moroder, Tom Whitlock) – 3:39.
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Manchester collaborated with Kenny Loggins to co-write Loggins' 1978 hit duet with Stevie Nicks, "Whenever I Call You Friend". She would later record this for her 1979 Melissa Manchester album. She guest-starred on the CBS-TV daytime soap opera Search for Tomorrow to teach a main character, who played a singer-songwriter, the essentials of the craft. In 1979, Manchester reached #10 with her version of Peter Allen's "Don't Cry Out Loud", for which she received a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Female Vocal Performance. In 1979, she performed two nominated songs on the Academy Awards show: "I'll Never Say Goodbye" (from The Promise) and "Through the Eyes of Love" (theme song from Ice Castles).
The "BASS 1" preset was used on songs such as "Take On Me" by A-ha, "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins, and "Fresh" by Kool & the Gang. The "E PIANO 1" preset became particularly famous, particularly for power ballads; it was made ubiquitous by artists including Whitney Houston, Chicago, Prince, Phil Collins, Luther Vandross, Billy Ocean, and Celine Dion. A few musicians skilled at programming the DX7 found employment creating sounds for other acts, creating the "synthesizer programmer" occupation. Brian Eno learnt to program the DX7 in depth and used it to create ambient music on his 1983 album Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks.
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Musician Kenny Loggins has confirmed that his iconic song "Danger Zone" will be featured in the film. In October 2018, it was reported that Hans Zimmer would also compose for the film alongside Harold Faltermeyer. Val Kilmer had campaigned on his social media page that he would like to reprise his role in the film, and by June 2018, The Wrap reported that he will appear in the film. In July 2018, Miles Teller was cast in the role of Goose’s son, beating out the likes of Nicholas Hoult and Glen Powell. All three were flown to the home of Tom Cruise, the star of the film, for chemistry tests.
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"Danger Zone" – Kenny Loggins (1986). "One More Try" – George Michael (1988). "Father Figure" – George Michael (1987) directed by Andy Morahan, the love scene shot by Tony Scott. Commercials. DIM Underwear (1979). Player, Achievements and Big Bang for Barclays Bank (2000). Telecom Italia (2000) (Starring Marlon Brando and Woody Allen). Ice Soldier for US Army (2002). One Man, One Land for Marlboro (2003). Tony Scott on Box Office Mojo. In Memory of Tony Scott.
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Artistes" by Santigold. 4) "Naïve" by The Kooks. 5) "This Is Love" by Toby Lightman. 6) "You Really Wake Up the Love in Me" by The Duke Spirit. 7) "The Greatest" by Cat Power. 8) "Rich Girls" by The Virgins. 9) "This Is for Real" by Motion City Soundtrack. 10) "Drop" by Ying Yang Twins. 11) "Cherish" by Kool & The Gang. 12) "Bust a Move" by Young MC. 13) "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins. "Kid" by The Pretenders. "Nookie" by Limp Bizkit. "The Underdog" by Spoon. "High School Never Ends" by Bowling for Soup (Used in movie trailer/commercial). "Push It Fergasonic (DJ Axel Mashup)" by Fergie, Salt-n-Pepa, JJ Fad.
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