The late '70s certainly had their fair share of notable power pop acts. Cheap Trick, the Knack, the Babys – the list is endless. It may have seemed like just about every band with a catchy hook and shaggy hairdo scored at least a hit or two, but this didn't prove to be the case, as evidenced by the 1978 self-titled debut album from Trigger. Scouted by none other than Gene Simmons and signed to Kiss' label at the time, Casablanca Records, Trigger's lone album certainly fits in well with the aforementioned leaders of the genre. But there is one thing missing from Trigger's debut – a clear-cut, bona fide hit single. The group certainly knew how to pen a well-constructed song – tracks such as "Baby Don't Cry" and "Shake It Up"…
Listen to the Movies! Musical memory of cinema! Angélique, Marquise of Angels / Michel Magne Soundtracks of the five films in the series Angelica (1964-1968) in 1964, Michel Magne is a talented young composer shaggy, revealed by his collaborations with Roger Vadim (The Rest of the Warrior), Henri Verneuil (A monkey in winter, Melody in the basement) and Georges Lautner (Les Tontons flingueurs). The Christmas 64 years will further consolidate it's status, with the inauguration Simultaneous two successful series: Fantômas and ngelique. This adaptation the novel cycle of Anne and Serge Golon give the actress Michele Mercier opportunity to interpret the role of his life… and that of writing five Magne large orchestral scores, halfway between Baroque music and romantic, worn by a big lyrical theme in the form of portrait of the heroine. " It is a theme that tells Angelique, said the composer. That is to say a woman who is fighting desperately for his love. "Thanks in particular to TV replays, the Angelique among the most famous scores Magne… but, paradoxically, had never been fully edited.
The Body Acoustic is the ninth studio album released by Cyndi Lauper. It consists of ten previously released tracks which have been re-recorded and re-arranged acoustically, as well as two entirely new songs. The album title is a play on Walt Whitman's poem "I Sing the Body Electric", with the word body in this case referring to Lauper's body of work as a recording artist. The album features a number of special guests, including Adam Lazzara, Shaggy, Sarah McLachlan, Jeff Beck, Vivian Green, Ani DiFranco, and Puffy AmiYumi.
A DualDisc edition of the album was released which contained the entire album in enhanced stereo, four new videos directed by Lauper herself as well as a "Behind The Scenes" featurette on the making of the album.