Electric Light Orchestra - Don't Bring Me Down [1080p HD]
"Don't Bring Me Down" is the ninth and final track on the Electric Light Orchestra's 1979 album Discovery. It is their highest charting hit in the US to date.
A common mondegreen in the song is the perception that, following the title line, Lynne shouts "Bruce!". According to the liner notes of the ELO compilation Flashback, he is saying a made-up lyric, "Grroosss," which some have suggested sounds like the Bavarian expression "Grüß Gott." After the song's release, so many people had misinterpreted the word as "Bruce" that Lynne actually began to sing the word as "Bruce" for fun at live shows.
A music video for the song was produced, which showed video of the band performing the song interspersed with various animations relating to the song's subject matter, including big-bottomed majorettes and a pulsating neon frankfurter. The band's three resident string players are depicted playing keyboards in the music video.
-The song was featured in the 1997 mob thriller Donnie Brasco, the 2010 film Furry Vengeance (the re-recorded version), and in the 2011 films Paul and Super 8.
-The song is featured in the sky-diving scene in the 2008 comedy College Road Trip.
-The song is played in The Good Guys Season 1 episode "Hunches and Heists" while racing to cross the bridge.
-The song appeared in a commercial for Budweiser's Select 55 beer.
-Part of the song is performed by LINDA, a group of characters from the Doctor Who episode "Love & Monsters", before they are interrupted by the arrival of the mysterious Victor Kennedy.
-The song appears in the soundtrack of the 2011 video game NHL 12.
-The song has been used in numerous film trailers, including those for Stranger Than Fiction, Flushed Away, Our Idiot Brother and Jack and Jill (as well as a scene in the movie), and it was featured in the scene in The Pirates! Band of Misfits where the pirate captain makes a course to London.
-The song is played on the 23 December 2012 Family Guy episode "Jesus, Mary and Joseph!" during the Ben Hur/Him with Adam Sandler film trailer scene.
-The song appears in a trailer from the 2013 film Planes, a spin-off of Disney Pixar Cars.
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