Song of the day: Europe- Rock The Night
This song was written in 1984, by Joey Tempest, the singer of Europe. The band already performed the song during the concert tour of Wings of Tomorrow, the song itself was released on the album The Final Countdown in 1986. The year before it was already featured on the soundtrack of On the Loose. The song made it to number 12 in the UK and number 30 in the US. Enjoy
Europe- Rock The Night
Song of the day: Oceana- Endless Summer
Some more recent work today. From 2012, and I only just discovered it had a link with the European Football Championship (probably because I have no interest in football.). The song is made by a German singer, who included it on the second album. In the song, there is a sample of Mr. Saxobeat, which was a hit in the year before. The song was a hit in Europe, but did not exceed the borders. Enjoy
Oceana- Endless Summer
Song of the day: Michel Depech- Pour Un Flirt
An old French song today. And yes, it has been used in a commercial, which actually was the first time I heard it. That was a few years ago. The song, however, is much, much older. It was released in 1971, and was his only big success in Europe. He is still active, especially since 1997, when he started writing lots of songs again. After 1971, he had a sort of silent period, writing a lot, but not performing. That’s over, and he’s back. Well, not in the charts, but in the music industry. For today, we have this oldie:
Michel Delpech- Pour Un Flirt
Song of the day: Europe- The Final Countdown
Today we’re going to space. The song of today has a very good intro, and the rest of the song is also really good.
Shall I just tell which song it is?
Okay! Europe with The Final Countdown!
Tomorrow another song…