Trojan Horse (song)
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"Trojan Horse" is the fifth single by the Dutch girl group Luv', released in autumn 1978 by Philips/Phonogram Records. This million seller appears on the German version of the group's first album, ''With Luv''' (1978). and was a successful hit record in a large part of continental Europe, South Africa and New Zealand. It was a minor hit in Australia and Canada.
This song is the follow-up single to "You're the Greatest Lover" and uses a bagpipe theme. The intro of this track was inspired by the famous "20th-Century Fox Fanfare" by Alfred Newman that accompanies the 20th Century Fox studio logo at the beginning of its productions. Thanks to this hit record, Luv' established itself as one of the most popular Dutch pop acts of the late 1970s.
"Trojan Horse" was included in the German version of the ''With Luv album and on CD compilations such as ''Luv' Gold'' and ''25 Jaar Na Waldolala''. In 2006, this song also appeared as a bonus track in the box set ''Completely In Luv'''.
It was used for the soundtrack of the movie ''Spetters'', directed by Paul Verhoeven. In 1979, Luv' played a cameo role in the German movie, ''Cola, Candy, Chocolate'' (aka ''Drei kesse Bienen auf den Philippinen'')〔(Informations about movie "Cola, Candy, Chocolate on IMDB site )〕 in which they performed "Trojan Horse".
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