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Danny Wilde

Danny Wilde

Danny Wilde


Danny Wilde ', (June 3, 1956 in Maine, USA) is a founding member of The Rembrandts. Wilde is known for breezy California power pop through his records released in the 1980s and 90's. Catchy hooks and power chords were his hallmark. In the 1980s he landed two minor rock radio hits with "Isn't It Enough" and "Time Runs Wild". The single "Time Runs Wild" was featured on the soundtrack to the film Dream a Little Dream. Wilde was the founding member of the now-legendary power-pop band The Quick. Read more on Last.fm
Danny Wilde ', (June 3, 1956 in Maine, USA) is a founding member of The Rembrandts. Wilde is known for breezy California power pop through his records released in the 1980s and 90's. Catchy hooks and power chords were his hallmark. In the 1980s he landed two minor rock radio hits with "Isn't It Enough" and "Time Runs Wild". The single "Time Runs Wild" was featured on the soundtrack to the film Dream a Little Dream. Wilde was the founding member of the now-legendary power-pop band The Quick. Wilde then went on to form Great Buildings in 1981 and released an album.

After the band's demise Danny Wilde pursued a solo career. His first solo release in 1986, The Boyfriend, was very successful for Wilde, garnishing 2 pop singles "Isn't It Enough" & "Body To Body". Wilde then released Any Man's Hunger in 1988. It featured popular tracks such as "Time Runs Wild" and "Wouldn't be the First Time", and reached #176 on the U.S.

album charts, his only solo album to chart in the United States. The album had moderate success. Wilde followed it with the release of the self-titled album Danny Wilde in 1989. The album contained some of Wilde's most popular songs including "Cut from Stone", "The Long Way Home", and "We Don't Have To Say Goodbye". But it was in the 1990s that Wilde found major commercial success, forming The Rembrandts with Phil Sōlem.

The duo's two biggest hits were "Just The Way It Is Baby" and "I'll Be There for You" the theme from Friends. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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