Cruisin' the Streets" is a disco song released in 1981 by the Boys Town Gang. The song reached number 5 on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart. The extended version of the song includes a lengthy dialogue taking place at night in what is clearly implied to be the Castro District in San Francisco. The dialogue consists of gay men cruising each other, discussing their sexual encounters and conversing with a female prostitute.
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Cruisin for a Bruisin is the third album by Danish heavy metal band Fate, released in 1988. The album featured "Lovers" (released as a single plus videoclip in 1988) and a new version of "Love on the Rox" from the band's debut album. The album was digitally remastered and re-issued in 2001. Beneath da Coconuts" - 4:34. Love on the Rox" - 3:35. Knock on Wood" - 2:59. Dead Boy, Cold Meat" - 3:26. Babe, You Got a Friend" - 4:44.
Cruisin' down the street in my '64 Jockin' the freaks, clockin' the dough Went to the park to get the scoop Knuckleheads out there cold shooting some hoops A car pulls up, who can it be? A fresh El Camino rolling Kilo G He rolls down his window and he started to say It's all about making that GTA. Cause the boys in the hood are always hard You come talking that trash, we'll pull your card Knowing nothing in life, but to be legit Don't quote me, boy, cause I ain't said shit
Still Cruisin'" is a song written by Mike Love and Terry Melcher for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1989 album Still Cruisin' and reached number 11 in Austria, number 28 in Australia and number 93 on the Billboard Hot 100. YouTube Encyclopedic. The programming, including drums/keyboards were done by Keith Wechsler, who also was the engineer on the Still Cruisin' album, and the Summer in Paradise album. VH-1 participated in the development of the promotional video for "Still Crusin'" to help promote a Corvette giveaway for their then-young cable channel.
The Beach Boys' success with soundtracks, notably their number one 1988 hit with "Kokomo" from Cocktail (but also the title track "Still Cruisin'" from Lethal Weapon 2), provided the rationale for this hodgepodge of oldies and one-off singles. Their new savior, producer Terry Melcher, helps them sound like a professional '60s cover band.
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