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He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the lead vocalist of Music/TheHumanLeague, who sings the above quote in Film//ElectricDreams), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.

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He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the lead vocalist of Music/TheHumanLeague, who sings the above quote in Film//ElectricDreams), ''Film/ElectricDreams''), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.


He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the lead vocalist of Music/TheHumanLeague, who sings the above quote), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.

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He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the lead vocalist of Music/TheHumanLeague, who sings the above quote), quote in Film//ElectricDreams), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.


** He does this in the Music/DaftPunk track "Giorgio By Moroder".

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** He does this in the Music/DaftPunk track "Giorgio By Moroder".Moroder".
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He also produced two albums for Music/{{Sparks}}, as well as scores and soundtracks for various movies and artists, including ''Film/MidnightExpress'' (which became the first all-electronic score to win an Academy Award), ''American Gigolo'' (TheOneWith "Call Me" by Debbie Harry), ''Film/CatPeople'' (the song of the same name became one of Music/DavidBowie's more popular songs, albeit with a poppier version on Bowie's ''Let's Dance'' album), or ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. He also helped restore (and wrote a new soundtrack for) ''Film/{{Metropolis}}''. Another song which was produced by Giorgio (as well as part of the soundtrack) was the ''Film/TheNeverendingStory'' theme (sung by Limahl).

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He also produced two albums for Music/{{Sparks}}, as well as scores and soundtracks for various movies and artists, including ''Film/MidnightExpress'' (which became the first all-electronic score to win an Academy Award), ''American Gigolo'' ''Film/AmericanGigolo'' (TheOneWith "Call Me" by Debbie Harry), ''Film/CatPeople'' (the song of the same name became one of Music/DavidBowie's more popular songs, albeit with a poppier version on Bowie's ''Let's Dance'' album), or ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. He also helped restore (and wrote a new soundtrack for) ''Film/{{Metropolis}}''. Another song which was produced by Giorgio (as well as part of the soundtrack) was the ''Film/TheNeverendingStory'' theme (sung by Limahl).


He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the lead vocalist of The Human League, who sings the above quote), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.

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He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the lead vocalist of The Human League, Music/TheHumanLeague, who sings the above quote), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.


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[[caption-width-right:252:[-[[PornStache Ron Jeremy]] meets MaxHeadroom-].Series/MaxHeadroom-].]]

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* BadassBoast: "My name is Giovanni Giorgio... but everybody calls me, ''Giorgio''."
** Say it with us now: ''74 is the new 24...''


He also produced two albums for Music/{{Sparks}}, as well as scores and soundtracks for various movies and artists, including ''Film/MidnightExpress'' (which became the first all-electronic score to win an Academy Award), ''American Gigolo'' (TheOneWith "Call Me" by Debbie Harry), ''Cat People'' (the song of the same name became one of Music/DavidBowie's more popular songs, albeit with a poppier version on Bowie's ''Let's Dance'' album), or ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. He also helped restore (and wrote a new soundtrack for) ''Film/{{Metropolis}}''. Another song which was produced by Giorgio (as well as part of the soundtrack) was the ''Film/TheNeverendingStory'' theme (sung by Limahl).

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He also produced two albums for Music/{{Sparks}}, as well as scores and soundtracks for various movies and artists, including ''Film/MidnightExpress'' (which became the first all-electronic score to win an Academy Award), ''American Gigolo'' (TheOneWith "Call Me" by Debbie Harry), ''Cat People'' ''Film/CatPeople'' (the song of the same name became one of Music/DavidBowie's more popular songs, albeit with a poppier version on Bowie's ''Let's Dance'' album), or ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. He also helped restore (and wrote a new soundtrack for) ''Film/{{Metropolis}}''. Another song which was produced by Giorgio (as well as part of the soundtrack) was the ''Film/TheNeverendingStory'' theme (sung by Limahl).


Giorgio Moroder (born 1940) is an Italian record producer, songwriter and performer, and the main responsible for giving {{Disco}} a more synthesized and electronic sound and helping pushing forward ElectronicMusic.

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Giovanni Giorgio Moroder (born 26 April 1940) is an Italian record producer, songwriter and performer, and the main responsible for giving {{Disco}} a more synthesized and electronic sound and helping pushing forward ElectronicMusic.


'''Giorgio Moroder''' (born 1940) is an Italian record producer, songwriter and performer, and the main responsible for giving {{Disco}} a more synthesized and electronic sound and helping pushing forward ElectronicMusic.

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'''Giorgio Moroder''' Giorgio Moroder (born 1940) is an Italian record producer, songwriter and performer, and the main responsible for giving {{Disco}} a more synthesized and electronic sound and helping pushing forward ElectronicMusic.


He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the singer of ''The Human League,'' who sings the above quote), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.

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He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the singer lead vocalist of ''The The Human League,'' League, who sings the above quote), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.


'''Giorgio Moroder''' is an Italian record producer, songwriter and performer, and the main responsible for giving {{Disco}} a more synthesized and electronic sound and helping pushing forward ElectronicMusic.

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'''Giorgio Moroder''' (born 1940) is an Italian record producer, songwriter and performer, and the main responsible for giving {{Disco}} a more synthesized and electronic sound and helping pushing forward ElectronicMusic.


** He lists the credits of the album ''[=E=MC2=]'' at the end of the song with the same name, concluding with a [[Main/AlbertEinstein "Thank you, Albert"]].

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** He lists the credits of the album ''[=E=MC2=]'' at the end of the song with the same name, concluding with a [[Main/AlbertEinstein [[UsefulNotes/AlbertEinstein "Thank you, Albert"]].


He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the singer of Music/TheHumanLeague, who sings the above quote), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.

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He also collaborated with Philip Oakey (the singer of Music/TheHumanLeague, ''The Human League,'' who sings the above quote), Japan, [[{{Music/Queen}} Freddie Mercury]] and Music/DaftPunk.


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->''We'll always be together, together in ElectricDreams...''

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->''We'll always be together, together in ElectricDreams...Electric Dreams...''

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