USSR - Eddy Huntington (Disco Classics) Video, Lyrics & Cover

Mittwoch, 12. Mai 2010

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Edward "Eddy" Huntington (born 29 October 1965) is a pop star from the UK, popular in Scandinavia, Europe and the former USSR.

Huntington was born in the north east of England and moved to London at the age of 18, where he became a music video extra and model.

He was discovered by Baby records, an Italian record label who took him to Milan to record the song "USSR" written by R. Turatti, M. Chieregato and T. Hooker.

When "USSR" was released throughout Europe in 1986 on ZYX Records it became a hit in mainland Europe and in the Soviet Union and is widely popular to this day. Huntington went on to have other lesser hits including "May Day" and "Meet My Friend". He also released the album Bang Bang Baby in 1988.

Huntington left the music industry in the early 1990s and trained to become a primary school teacher in the UK. He taught at Eldon Grove Primary School in Hartlepool teaching children in year 1. He provided after school drama and singing lessons as well as everyday lessons. He then moved to Thailand for 2 years with his wife teaching at Bangkok Patana School. There his youngest son was born, which prompted a move back to England, where he is the deputy head of a community primary school. In 2005 Huntington made a brief return to music opening the Discotechka 80's concerts in Russia. These were two performances of European and Soviet 1980s pop stars held in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, also headlining were; Bonnie Tyler, Alphaville, Sabrina Salerno, Mike Mareen and Savage. Both concerts played to large stadium crowds, appeared on national television and were released on DVD.

Lyrics "USSR":

Day in the night
Taking places in the train to Moscow
Now I’m coming back to drink some iced vodka

Landscape in white
Sun is shining through the icicles
I’m dancing in the snow to balalaika

Time can go by
But the Russian girls don’t ever seem to leave my mind
Fine, don’t see why
I should even try to leave my heart behind

I’m back into the U.S.S.R.
I’m back into the U.S.S.R.

Jumpin' is right
Now this time I’m on vacation
And I’m going to have some fun rocking in Gorki Park.

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