- published: 06 Aug 2012
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Documentary charting the success of Mike Stock, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman, the songwriting and record-producing trio who scored more than 100 top 40 hits in the 1980s and 90s, including a string of number ones, with acts including Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Rick Astley. Featuring contributions by Waterman, Simon Cowell, Sinitta, Pete Burns, Sonia, Steps and many more. Suranne Jones narrates. Originally aired on ITV1, Monday 6th August 2012.
If anyone has the full version can you upload it or send it to me?
In this installment of #MystikalMonday we follow Mystikal back to Miami to continue working on the album and begin to get a more in depth look at not only how he records but also his crew and the types of arguments they get into on the road. The video begins with him first arriving in Miami and hitting a local mall to shop where he runs into fans, then straight to the studio. There's a quick snippet of legendary hit producer KLC The Drum Major from his studio in New Orleans where he drops knowledge on the original 808 machine he still uses to this day that made a lot of his hits. After that we're back at the Hit Factory (Miami) where Mystikal is recording, his manager Meko and right hand man Guillotine get into an argument over what defines a person's generation of music. Excited to have...
Documentary charting the success of Mike Stock, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman, the songwriting and record-producing trio who scored more than 100 top 40 hits in the 1980s and 90s, including a string of number ones, with acts including Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Rick Astley. Featuring contributions by Waterman, Simon Cowell, Sinitta, Pete Burns, Sonia, Steps and many more. Suranne Jones narrates. It aired 6th August 2012
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Featuring - 2 Unlimited, Lonnie Gordon, Pat & Mick, Hazell Dean, Nathan Moore from Brother Beyond, Sonia, Pepsi & Shirlie, Sinitta, James Graham, Princess, Dead or Alive, Rick Astley, Bananarama, Steps, Jason Donovan & Kylie Minogue. This was filmed live so hopefully a dvd will be out soon!
In this episode of #MystikalMonday, we get a quick, more in-depth look at what a day on the road with Mystikal is like when he doesn't have a show. His regiment consists of hitting the gym, hitting the studio, and then hitting repeat. The "Man Right Chea" is literally hard at work! We catch a quick glimpse of a conversation between Mystikal and Baby planning the takeover! Stay tuned! More music on the way... Currently booking dates for Mystikal's tour now. For Management/Booking/Feature Inquiries, contact: Meko@StampedeMgmt.com
Not a perfect VHS copy but better than nothing. A couple of minutes missing from the start on the original tape unfortunately.
In 2014, a small group of Swedish songwriters supplied 25 per cent of the Billboard Hot 100. John Seabrook is a staff writer for the New Yorker and author of "The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory." He joins The Agenda to give a look behind the curtain of the pop music industry.
LET LOVE BE LOVE Written/composed by: Thomas Barsoe Produced by: Paul Najera and Thomas Barsoe at OC Hit Factory Featuring OC Hit Factory artists: Marcus Miles, Zhavia, Ellie Soufi, Robbie Dean, Jessica Cabral, Jada Northington, Jacquie Hishmeh, Chozin, Cloi Crider, Cory Young and Laci Kay Video by: Nik Shaw and Thomas Barsoe. For more info on OC Hit Factory and our artists or how to become an artist, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org LET LOVE BE LOVE Is there still room for songs like this anymore Do people still care what’s on each other’s minds Have we lost ourselves in this lost generation Where it’s just me, myself and I We’re too afraid to even turn on the news Too much pain for us to handle All this violence yet people keep silent And Innocent lost in wars we don’t understa...