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Godley and Creme
Miami Vice Performer
Kevin Godley (born 1945)
Lol Creme (born 1947)

Godley and Creme is an English pop duo whose song "Cry" appeared in the episode "Definitely Miami" of the series Miami Vice,


Kevin Godley and Lol Creme first met in the 1950s, played in a band together before going their separate ways, performing with other bands until 1969 when they formed what would later be called Hotlegs, later 10cc, who had a Billboard #1 song in 1975 with "I'm Not In Love" (later covered by the 1980s band Will to Power in 1989, which also went to #1), and a Top 10 single in 1977, "The Things We Do For Love", that same year Godley and Creme left 10cc, released several albums in the late 1970s and 1980s, their album The History Mix Volume 1 featured their only Top 20 single as a duo, "Cry" (#16). They also directed over 50 music videos in the 1980s for such artists as The Police, Duran Duran, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Sting, Wang Chung, Joan Armatrading, Eric Clapton, Patti LaBelle, and many others. Their final album, Goodbye Blue Sky, was released in 1988, after which the duo again went their separate ways, Godley continuing to direct music videos and Creme joining Art of Noise in 1998.