From 1985's second successful album "Boy In The Box" here it's the smash-hit "Never Surrender" by the "sunglasses boy" Corey Hart.
Review.- Corey Mitchell Hart is a Canadian musician. The hit single, "Sunglasses at Night" (reached number 7 in 1984 on US charts, moreover, his biggest success even) propelled Canadian pop star Corey Hart to the top of the charts and helped his debut album, 1983's "First Offense", become a major hit in the United States and Canada.
Born in Montreal on May 31, 1962, he traveled frequently as a child, living in the Bahamas with his father, but primarily following his mother through Mexico, Spain, and Florida, among other places. His early efforts to sign with Canadian record companies were fruitless; he then went to New York, worked for a while, and returned to Canada, eventually signing a contract with Aquarius Records.
Hart was attractive, brooding, and smart, the kind of young man a lot of women wanted, making him a sex symbol of the '80s. He was asked to record "The Heat is On" for the movie Beverly Hills Cop and "Danger Zone" from Top Gun, but refused, insisting he would only record his own music. Hart's appeal was so great he was even approached about being in movies, and he reportedly turned down the Michael J. Fox role in Back to the Future.
His cool, athletic good looks made it easy to promote him as a post-teen sex symbol, but while his songwriting never managed to get very deep, he sang with a passion that made his songs appealing. "Boy in the Box", the 1985 follow-up to his debut, produced a hit single with "Never Surrender," which would remain his highest-charting song (reached number 3 in August,1985).
His next album, "Fields of Fire", met with some commercial success, but after that, his fortunes began to wane in the United States. His next two albums garnered little attention and 1990's "Bang" was his last with Aquarius. 1992's "Attitude and Virtue" was his first album with Sire/Warner, before he joined Columbia and released a self-titled album in 1996 and 1998's Jade, which Hart describes as his best-sung album to date.
He continues to write songs and lives in the Bahamas with his wife and three daughters (recently, he has one son too).
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