|Posted: 03/10/06 12:25 PM|
Location: Richmond, Virginia USA
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|House Song on NY UNDERCOVER.|
I am a big time dance music fan too. I love all kinds of dance music, such as: techno, electronica, bass, ambient, bass, house, and even classic disco. I especially enjoyed stuff from C & C Music Factory, Black Box ("Everybody, Everybody"), the OLD Donna Summer and A Taste of Honey.
OK, here comes the hard question. Get ready to do some thinking. I would like to the name of a dance song that I believe came out during 1988 or 1989. The only lyrics that I could really remember from it sounded something like this: "Midnight. Midnight." Also, this SAME song was used on the television series NYU (NEW YORK UNDERCOVER) during the opening scene of an episode - before it fully came on. I believe the scene featured a transvestite (or a real woman, I am not sure) who regularly went to clubs, got high and eventually overdosed. I do not remember the exact details of that opening scene, but I do remember it had something to do with drugs, clubs and death. The show NYU was BIG during the 1990s. Does anyone recall the song that I am talking about that was used during that scene and who recorded it? By the way, is NYU out on DVD/VHS yet, just like all of the other shows, yet?
If anyone call tell me the answer to this, I would be delighted to hear from you. I have been looking all over the Internet for this song, and this forum is my last ditch effort. I would love to have someone tell me the answer. One can tell me here, or they can e-mail the answer to me at [email protected] Thank you very much for your help.