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Kiss of Life
Written and performed by Peter Gabriel
Produced by David Lord and Peter Gabriel
Released in 1982 as 8th and last song of the album "Peter Gabriel"
(Used for "Head Mover")
My Name Is Not Susan
Performed by Whitney Houston
Written by Eric Foster White
Produced by L.A. Reid and Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds
Released on November 6th, 1990, as second song of the album "I'm Your Baby Tonight"
(Used to introduce "Cut And Restored Rope")
I Want Your Sex
Written, performed and produced by George Michael
Released on June 1st, 1987, in the first Michael's single "I Want Your Sex"
(Used to conclude "Cut And Restored Rope")
The Rhythm of the Heat
Written and performed by Peter Gabriel
Produced by David Lord and Peter Gabriel
Released in 1982 as first song of the album "Peter Gabriel"
(Used for "Brazilian Water Levitation")
Burning Down the House
Performed and produced by the American rock band Talking Heads
Written by David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison and Tina Weymouth
Released in 1983 as first song of the album "Speaking in Tongues"
(Used to conclude "Brazilian Water Levitation")
African Shadow Man
Written and performed by Johnny Clegg and his band Savuka
Produced by Hilton Rosenthal
Released in 1988 as 7th song of the album "Shadow Man"
(Used to introduce "Card In Balloon")
Cruel, Crazy, Beautiful World
Written and performed by Johnny Clegg and his band Savuka
Produced by Hilton Rosenthal and Bobby Summerfield
Released in 1989 as second song of the album "Cruel, Crazy Beautiful World"
(Used to introduce "Floating Rose")
Dela (I Know Why The Dog Howls At The Moon)
Written and performed by Johnny Clegg and his band Savuka
Produced by Hilton Rosenthal and Bobby Summerfield
Released in 1989 as 4th song of the album "Cruel, Crazy Beautiful World"
(Used for "Floating Rose")
I Can't Break Away
Performed by the Australian funk, rock and pop band Big Pig
Written by Mitch Bottler and Gary Zekley
Produced by Nick Launay
Song recorded for the soundtrack of Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)
(Used for "Big Black Box")

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