retroCRUSH FOUNDER ROBERT BERRY RELEASES CD OF HIS GREATEST HITS
 

After taking a few minutes from the busy duties of running the world's 17,008th most popular website, Robert Berry has recorded and collected some of his best work to share with the hungry masses who have been craving hard hitting music, and have been left feeling empty, since Loverboy broke up.  The critics are impressed.

MTV's Kurt Loder said of the album, "I haven't heard music of this calibre since Leo Sayer recorded that album of duets with Twisted Sister."  While Gene Siskel wrote, "first off I'm a film critic, secondly I'm fucking dead, so why are you asking me?"

We've arranged to have a special retroCRUSH.com listening party to give the loyal fans of this website a special sneak preview of the CD.  Just click the link for each, and you'll hear a telephone quality mono MP3 song ready to bootleg and trade on Kazaa in no time!  We've also included comments from Robert himself to give you behind the scenes information on this groundbreaking project.

THREES COMPANY THEME SONG (CLICK HERE to listen)
I always loved this song, but thought it would be much better if sung by cats and dogs.  They were a bit unruly in the studio, but I think the end justifies the means. 

DIFF'RENT STROKES THEME SONG (CLICK HERE to listen)
I really view Alan Thicke as the Lennon/McCartney of the TV lyrics world.  His work on the Diff'rent Strokes theme is no exception.  I tried to capture the soulful side of this song that was ignored when recorded for the show.

THE FACTS OF LIFE THEME SONG (CLICK HERE to listen)
Here's another great TV Theme song, written by master lyricist Alan Thicke.  I was pleased to get Chewbacca to do guest vocals with me on this one.  His baritone is a thing of beauty.

SPIDER-MAN THEME SONG (CLICK HERE to listen)
I was driving down the street and saw this crazy homeless guy with a "Will Work For Food" sign.  I decided to take him up on his offer and brought him back to the recording studio.  He offers a unique take on the classic 60s cartoon theme that I've never heard before.

THE JEFFERSONS THEME SONG (CLICK HERE to listen)
Perhaps no song captured the turmoil of being a black dry cleaner magnate in 70s America than this song.  I "let it all hang out" as they say, in this one, and think you'll be pleasantly surprised with this rendition.

We're happy to announce that we've made an exclusive deal with AMAZON to sell the CD for just $1.99 to retroCRUSH.com fans!  CLICK HERE to order your copy today!
 

 


 


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