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Cry

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Featured in Episode
Artist(s)
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
16 (October 5, 1985, one week)
Year Released
1985
Album
The History Mix Volume 1
Writer(s)
Kevin Godley & Lol Creme
RIAA Certification
NONE
Sequence song appears
Ending with showdown with Charlie, Clemente, and Crockett meets Callie at beach
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"Cry" is a song by Godley and Creme, featured on the album The History Mix Volume 1 in 1985 and released as a single in March of that year. It appeared in the Miami Vice episode "Definitely Miami".

Notes

  • The video for "Cry" used faces morphed by analog cross-fading, and was very popular on MTV. This technique was used (though digitally) six years later on Michael Jackson's video for "Black or White".
  • The ethereal sound used for "Cry" is reminiscent of the duo's sound in their 1975 hit "I'm Not in Love" with their band 10CC.

Videos

Godley_and_Creme_-_Cry

Godley and Creme - Cry

Godley and Creme Cry

Miami_Vice-'Cry'_ending

Miami Vice-'Cry' ending

Miami Vice Scene with Cry

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