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For you, maybe. I saw David Lee Roth in concert, and he played this and a bunch of other stuff. Worst concert I've ever been to (not that I am much of a concert-goer). The echoes of echoes had their own echoes because it was so overpowered for the venue. Couldn't make anything out and wasn't enjoyable at all.
The Rhythm of the Night .... The song was a worldwide hit in 1994, peaking at number-one in Italy, and within the top five in most of Europe, while in the US, it fell short of the top ten, reaching number eleven on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Cash Box Top 100.
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I remember that song from back in the day, even though I was only 7 at the time.
Couldn't remember their name though, surprised I haven't seen them more often since, well, corona.
For a moment I though it was a Nakatomi song, but I was off by one word Nakatomi - Children of the Night - YouTube[^]
The downside to these songs is that once I put them on I can't stop listening
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