History Music / Loverboy

21st Jun '16 2:12:50 PM gewunomox
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Nevertheless, Loverboy promptly got back together after performing a benefit concert with Bryan Adams and BonJovi, and despite the loss of Scott Smith (who was declared dead after becoming lost at sea) they've been touring and recording ever since.

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Nevertheless, Loverboy promptly got back together after performing a benefit concert with Bryan Adams and BonJovi, Music/BonJovi, and despite the loss of Scott Smith (who was declared dead after becoming lost at sea) they've been touring and recording ever since.
8th Sep '14 3:40:52 PM bt8257
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* NonindicativeTitle: No, "Hot Girls in Love" is not some kind of anthem about how GirlOnGirlIsHot. Rather, it's about hot girls being in love with the singer.

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* NonindicativeTitle: NonIndicativeTitle: No, "Hot Girls in Love" is not some kind of anthem about how GirlOnGirlIsHot. Rather, it's about hot girls being in love with the singer.
19th Mar '14 2:56:24 AM StFan
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Their first four albums (''Loverboy'', ''Get Lucky'', ''Keep It Up'' and ''Lovin' Every Minute of It'') were multi-platinum hits in America and featured songwriting and production contributions from such luminaries as Bruce Fairbairn, MuttLange, Music/BryanAdams and [[{{Music/Journey}} Jonathan Cain]]. However, in spite of their early successes, their fifth album stalled and the band broke up over personal tensions between Mike Reno and Paul Dean.

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Their first four albums (''Loverboy'', ''Get Lucky'', ''Keep It Up'' and ''Lovin' Every Minute of It'') were multi-platinum hits in America and featured songwriting and production contributions from such luminaries as Bruce Fairbairn, MuttLange, Creator/RobertJohnMuttLange, Music/BryanAdams and [[{{Music/Journey}} [[Music/{{Journey}} Jonathan Cain]]. However, in spite of their early successes, their fifth album stalled and the band broke up over personal tensions between Mike Reno and Paul Dean.
10th Mar '13 6:11:47 AM erforce
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* PopStarComposer: The song "Heaven in Your Eyes" was written for ''TopGun'', but Doug Johnson declined to appear in the music video because he felt that the movie glorified war.

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* PopStarComposer: The song "Heaven in Your Eyes" was written for ''TopGun'', ''Film/TopGun'', but Doug Johnson declined to appear in the music video because he felt that the movie glorified war.
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