Maniac - Various - Hot Tracks (Cassette)

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  2. This is included as a bonus track on the UK version of the album, although in the US it only appears on the cassette release, failing to appear on the CD. What a Feeling" by Irene Cara and "Maniac" by Michael Sembello, peaked at #1 in the U.S. Billboard Hot The track "Romeo" by Donna Summer was released as a promo video to MTV prior to.
  3. Most of them are CD rips done using EAC with the exception of a few Vinyl or Cassette Tape rips from Soundtracks that have yet to get an official CD issue. TRACK LISTING. Flashdance What A Feeling He's A Dream Love Theme From Flashdance Hot Fuzz () Various Artists Idle Hands () John Williams Indiana Jones and The.
  4. Sep 21,  · Maniac’s world is a near-future New York in which a Statue of Extra Liberty dominates the skyline, rents are 87% of annual incomes (make that .
  5. In the United States, the album reached #17 on the Billboard album chart in October and was certified Gold by the RIAA in November The title track became a top 5 hit, peaking at #5 on the Billboard Hot singles chart. In , the album was reissued by Razor & Tie with six additional tracks from Johnson's follow-up LP, Let It.
  6. The first version was coded by Ron Gilbert and Aric Wilmunder. It was used, in various versions, to power all of LucasArts' adventure games all the way up to The Curse of Monkey Island in Maniac Mansion was the first title that LucasFilm Games both developed and published on its own.

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