This is an electric article, for a new wave song - Together in Electric Dreams.
Philip Oakey, together with Giorgio Moroder, recorded in 1984 this incredible song, considered synthpop, pop, and new wave music genres.
Philip Oakey is known as the co-founder of the English band The Human League but also loved in his solo music career, where he collaborated with many other artists and producers.
Together in Electric Dreams is a song written by the two, and produced only by Moroder.
It was released under Virgin Records, in September 1984.
The song is part of their album named Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder and was also recorded for the soundtrack of the movie named electric Dreams – 1984.
The song had amazing commercial success, reaching number 3 in the UK Singles Chart, and staying there for a period of thirteen weeks.
It was also on top of the Australian charts, in New Zealand and the Netherlands.
The free Together in Electric Dreams piano sheets were absolutely loved and achieved more attention than the composers ever thought they will.
Looking into its composition, the free Together in Electric Dreams piano sheet music has a length of 3:45 minutes and includes a Roland Jupiter-8 and a LinnDrum.
The song was used in media in the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2 game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, also in an advert by EDF Energy in 2012 and was covered by Somerset duo The Portraits and their daughter, Ciara Mill, during the 2020 Christmas.
The music video made for the song was originally designed to promote the movie, and it was the way in which the song and the movie were seen by most of the viewers, but in the end, it got to promote more the song than the movie, because of its unexpected success.
Of course, the music video contains the key scenes from the movie with footage of Oakey, driving around San Francisco and singing the song.
The song is still heard over the radio today and brings a lot of joy and spirit in our homes, reason why you should try playing it at your piano at home.