David Naughton (b. 13 February 1951) is an American actor who starred in the 1981 horror film An American Werewolf in London.
He was born in Hartford, Connecticut. He first became widely known as a result of his singing and dancing appearances in Dr. Pepper commercials. He also appeared in the television series My Sister Sam. He is the brother of actor James Naughton.
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He first became widely known as a result of his singing and dancing appearances in Dr. In 2005 LMC did a remix of "You Get What You Give" which was released as "Don't Let Go" by LMC vs New Radicals. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut. trailer to the 2001 film Bubble Boy), on soundtracks (like A Walk to Remember and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed) and covered by artists such as Mandy Moore and Hall & Oates. 13 February 1951) is an American actor who starred in the 1981 horror film An American Werewolf in London. Even after the band's breakup their songs are still being used for several commercials (e.g. David Naughton (b. His most successful song as a producer/song-writer was the 2002 Grammy Award-winning "Game Of Love" by Santana and Michelle Branch.
In the following years he worked with artists such as Ronan Keating, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Enrique Iglesias. His first producion work after the Radicals' breakup was the album Portable Life by fellow Radical Danielle Brisebois. He stated that "the fatigue of traveling & getting three hours sleep in a different hotel every night to do boring 'hanging and schmoozing' with radio and retail people, is definitely not for [him]", that he "lost interest in fronting a 'One Hit Wonder' to the point that [he] was wearing a hat while performing so that people wouldn't see [his] lack of enthusiasm." and that he would go on to form a production company to focus on producing and writing songs freelance for other artists. The Radicals went on to shoot the video for their second single "Someday We'll Know", however even before its release, Gregg Alexander issued a press release on 12 July announcing he disbanded the group.
When the band canceled their appearance at RockFest as well as their UK tour (sheduled to start on 17 May 1999) rumors started they would break up, while MCA Records claimed a member of the band being ill was the cause for the canceled shows. They also opened for the Goo Goo Dolls on their tour starting 30 March 1999. Apart from many concerts and festivals the tour also included several live performance on the radio (two of which, their performance of "You Get What You Give" at KBCO and at World Cafe on WXPN, were also released on the radio stations' compilation CDs), an appearance at the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and a performance at the House of Blues in Chicago on New Year's Eve 1999 (which is probably the only New Radicals show of which bootlegs are circulating). To promote their album, the Radicals embarked on a tour through the United States, starting in fall 1998.
When asked about it in an interview, Marilyn Manson replied he was "not mad that he said he'd kick my ass, I just don't want to be used in the same sentence with Courtney Love" and would "crack his skull open if I see him". Alexander later explained the line, along with the lines directly before it, "Health insureance rip off lying/ FDA big bankers buying/ Fake computer crashes dining/ Cloning while they're multiplying" was an experiment to see if the media would focus on the real issues, or on the celebrity dissing. Their first and only album, Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too, was released in October 1998, followed by their first single "You Get What You Give", which became a huge hit with heavy radio airplay and rotation on MTV and much media attention, in large part focused on the celebrity-slamming line "Fashion shoots with Beck and Hanson/ Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson/ You're all fakes run to your mansions/ Come around we'll kick your ass in". The concept behind the band was a revolving door with no permanent members other than Alexander, joined by a changing array of other musicians. The New Radicals were formed in LA in 1997 by producer/singer/song-writer Gregg Alexander.
All other members changed from recording to touring to video-shooting. The band's only constant members were lead-singer Gregg Alexander, who wrote and produced all their songs, and background-vocalist Danielle Brisebois, who often worked with Alexander (before and after the New Radicals) and also co-wrote the Radicals' second single "Someday We'll Know". The New Radicals were a band that was at the height of its popularity in 1999. The band only released one album Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too, but was able to produce two commercially successful singles from it: "You Get What You Give" and "Someday We'll Know". "Someday We'll Know" (1999).
"You Get What Yoou Give" (1999). "Someday We'll Know" (Instrumental) - 3:39. "Technicolor Lover" - 3:42. "The Decency League" - 3:30.
"Someday We'll Know" - 3:39. "You Get What You Give" (album version) - 5:02. "Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too" - 5:21. "To Think I Thought" - 2:46.
"You Get What You Give" (single version) - 4:42. "To Think I Thought" (Bonus Track for Japanese Release) - 2:46. "Crying Like A Church On Monday" - 5:02. "Flowers" - 3:52.
"Technicolor Lover" - 3:42. "Gotta Stay High" - 3:06. "In Need Of A Miracle" - 3:43. "Maybe You've Been Brainwashed Too" - 5:21.
"Someday We'll Know" - 3:39. "Jehovah Made This Whole Joint For You" - 4:11. "I Don't Wanna Die Anymore" - 4:16. "I Hope I Didn't Just Give Away The Ending" - 6:37.
"You Get What You Give" - 5:02. "Mother We Just Can't Get Enough" - 5:46.