|1||Just Say No (Instrumental)|
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|12 RSL 183||Grange Hill Cast||Just Say No (12", Single)||BBC Records And Tapes||12 RSL 183||UK||1986|
℗ & © 1986
This Recording And Release By Courtesy Of The US National Institute On Drug Abuse
Theme From B.B.C.'s 'Drugwatch'
The Grange Hill cast with the music video for their 1986 anti-drugs campaign song 'Just Say No'. Apologies for the audio quality at the beginning, but Grange Hill Cast. Album: single release only 1986. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . The phrase Just say no was used in the 1980s on both sides of the Atlantic as a slogan to discourage the young from using or experimenting with drugs. It was probably inevitable that someone would come up with a song of that title. Written by Al Gorgoni and George McMahon, it was released as a 7-inch single in April 1986 by the cast of the children's TV series Grange Hill the B-side was an instrumental version of the same. Frequently Asked Questions. This FAQ is empty. Add the first question. Review this title . Getting Started Contributor Zone . Just Say No is a song from the Grange Hill cast released 1986 based on the phrase Just Say No coined by the First Lady of USA who was Nancy Reagan at the time. It was also themed around Zammo Maguire's heroin addiction. It also features a rap by Kevin Baylon. There is also a dance sequence in the music video. It was in the top 20 in the UK Music Charts. Categories : Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Покупка Grange Hill Cast - Just Say No - BBC Records And Tapes - 7, Single - RESL 183, включает Just Say No, Just Say No Instrumental. Just Say No was an advertising campaign prevalent during the 1980s and early 1990s as a part of the U. War on Drugs, aiming to discourage children from engaging in illegal recreational drug use by offering various ways of saying no. The slogan was created and championed by First Lady Nancy Reagan during her husband's presidency. The campaign emerged from a substance abuse prevention program supported by the National Institutes of Health, pioneered in the 1970s by University of Houston Social. Watch the video for Just Say No, the Grange Hill single, and there are many things a child would do well to denounce: a mullet, a saxophone solo and wearing a cardigan to a disco. The proper message, though, was an anti-drugs one, taking on first lady Nancy Reagans campaign catchphrase, Just Say No. As a result, in what must be the strangest TVpolitical encounter of all, a number of the Grange Hill cast found themselves invited to the White House in 1986. Lee MacDonald played Zammo the character whose heroin addiction provided the hard-hitting storyline and sat on the sofa next to Mrs Re. Condition: Used: Very Good. Worldwide shipping. Quick dispatch. International orders sent Airmail. 1-Click ordering is not available for this item. Grange Hill Cast. Just Say No. Grange hill: the album. Music club. The B52s. Rock Lobster. The Best Punk Album In The World. Ever 2 CD1. Последние твиты от Grange Hill Cast GrangeHillCast. Follow the longest-Running Children's BBC Programme's Twitter Page