‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ by Bonnie Tyler Surpasses 1 Billion YouTube Views

Bonnie Tyler Total Eclipse of the Heart

Bonnie Tyler, “Total Eclipse of the Heart”

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Turn about, due to the fact that Bonnie Tyler’s 1983 timeless, “Total Eclipse of the Heart” has actually gotten to one billion sights on YouTube. The clip, recorded in England’s Holloway Sanatorium, is the Welsh musician’s initial to get to the outstanding turning point.

Written and also created by Meat Loaf partner Jim Steinman, the track invested 4 weeks at No. 1 upon its launch — and also a lot of its appeal was because of the video.  The provocative, academic-themed clip was routed by ­leader Russell Mulcahy, that had actually routed the initial video clip revealed on MTV, The Buggles’ “Video Killed the Radio Star.” Tyler took place to launch another leading 40 hit in 1984 with an additional Steinman-created cut: the Footloose soundtrack solitary “Holding Out for a Hero.”

Back in 2017, throughout the overall solar eclipse, Tyler performed the hit on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship with Joe Jonas’ DNCE as her support band, equally as the eclipse reached its completeness. That week, sales of “Total Eclipse of the Heart” were up 500%.

In party of the video for “Total Eclipse of the Heart (Turn Around)” striking one billion sights on YouTube, review the precious clip listed below.



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