LOU FERRIGNO’S BODY PERFECTION.

Lets face it, if TNUC created any type of music, it would sound precisely like the first 45 seconds of this clip. Seriously, if I could wake up each morning to the intro to this clip and fall asleep each night by Lou reading me a bedtime story, I would be a much happier camper.

“I want people to feel as good about themselves as I do.”
– Louis ‘Jade’ Lou Ferrigno

Be sure to read our follow up post with a download of this sacred piece of music over here.

A SOMBER WOLF.

The next time your old man grabs you by the shirt and says something along the lines of “I don’t tolerate any losers in this family, WIN WIN WIN” just keep reminding yourself that if awkward, acne-ridden teen Scott Howard can leave his werewolf persona behind for THE most important basketball game of the season, surely you can too. So whether you’re facing defeat on the coed volleyball court or struggling to make it to the finish line of the regatta, allow this soundtrack to be your guide to greatness.
 
1985’s Teen Wolf, whose Italian title is Voglia di Vincere (“It wants to win”), features an unrelenting soundtrack with 9 tracks that will surely pump your ‘nads into victory. Here’s the track-listing including a link to download the soundtrack. 
Teen Wolf Soundtrack (1985) download
1. JAMES HOUSE – FLESH ON FIRE
2. MARK SAFAN – WIN IN THE END
3. THE WOLF SISTERS – BIG BAD WOLF
4. AMY HOLLAND – SHOOTIN’ FOR THE MOON
5. DAVID PALMER – SILHOUETTE
6. MARK VIEHO – WAY TO GO
7. DAVID MORGAN – GOOD NEWS
8. MILES GOODMAN – TRANSFORMATION
9. MILES GOODMAN – BOOF

KEY LARGO.

Apologies for the lack of updates this month, but it could be due to the fact that i’m on my way to Key Largo to mull over business problems, examine opportunities, exchange rumors and spread gossip with Mr. Bertie Higgins.


Mix a lethal concoction of Sonny Crockett’s stylings and the burliness of the lumberjack guy on the Brawny paper towel rolls, and the spawn is Bertie Higgins. This outstanding human is 300% TNUC approved. Getting lost in Bertie’s eyes for 3 minutes and 16 seconds may be easy, but listening to the song all the way through could make you never want set foot on a Yacht again. It’s that bad. So turn it DOWN, throw some Jan Hammer on, and press play.


HEATHER BE THY NAME.























Heather Locklear is obviously one of the most tantalizing babes of power that we’ve ever come across at Camp TNUC. To commence HEATHER BE THY NAME week at Uncle TNUC’s, here’s a track pulled from the library that feels best for her. No disrespect to disco queen Donna Summer, but today we’re giving 100% credit to the man behind the boards, Giorgio Moroder. Here’s the instrumental for 1983’s ‘She Works Hard for the Money’. It might be difficult and painful to wait until the 3:08 mark for the saxophone to enter, but I assure you, it’s well worth it.

Giorgio Moroder – She Works Hard for the Money d/l

From her role as the sexy Stacey Sheridan on TJ Hooker to her days of rock n’ roll excess with Tommy Lee, this feathered haired vixen would make any man stand up and beg for buttermilk. Enjoy the track, and be sure to stay tuned to TNUC on Facebook for all Heather-all week long!

WAR WITH THE WEIGHTS.

Not feeling very limber? Is your beach body not holding up with the little foxes down by the shore? Are you ready to turn mediocrity into greatness? Or do you just not care about being strong, but care about looking good naked? Relax, because we can help. Allow me to introduce you to former Oakland Raider, Lyle Alzado.

Alzado will turn that flab into fab in no time, and requires only two things from you. Two gallons of milk plus a total ultra-low price of $39.95 for his latest workout tape, No Sweat: The Exercise Program for Everyone. The motivational music for your sweaty session will be provided by Michael Sembello (“Maniac” song from Flashdance). This fun and effective workout will turn you into the #1 hardbody of 1984. What are you waiting for!?



“One good thing about working out with apple juice, orange juice or milk is that you can finish working out and you can drink it!” – LA

RUNNING FOR LOVE AND MONEY.

audiovisual |ˌôdē-ōˈvi zh oōəl|adjectiveusing both sight and sound
It isn’t often that I get to use the word balmy. It’s an unfortunate way to drift through your day, not being able to use a word so essential to this way of life. But a sigh of relief passes through me now because i’ve had the pleasure of hearing The Outrunners newest release, and their most anticipated effort of their careers thus far, the Running for Love and Money EP.
 
With Pierre de la Touche and Stephen Falken on board, one can expect to hear something that sounds like a space-station database marooned upon a tropical shore. A warm blanket of synthesized bliss rushes over every song, creating the soundtrack to a balmy night in your most vivid audio-sensual dreams. What I love about the Valerie starlet’s distinct sound is that it doesn’t play out like they’re trying to be retro or that it is rushed. It’s an organic feast that allows you to detach yourself from the current and step into a vortex of pure delight.
 
Please try not to be envious over the fact that i’ve been blessed to hear the EP in its entirety. The only reason TNUC is so privileged is because myself and The Outrunners frequently meet on a cloud of enlightenment at a remote location in the misty mountains of the French Alps to share foreign sounds of the future.

After several intimate listens of the EP, a trip through the TNUC vault was in demand. Here is a track from 1986 that we’ve chosen to share due to the fact that it fits The Outrunners balmy style and finesse.

Fun Fun – Give Me Your Love d/l
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