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Everybodys Free (To Wear Sunscreen)
Aisher
Everybodys Free (To Wear Sunscreen)
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
  •  Track Listings (3) - Disc #1

Single featuring two versions of the 'Romeo & Juliet' director's spoken word hit/ graduation anthem 'Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)' (Edit & Geographic Factor's 15+ Mix), plus 'Love Is In The Air' (Fran Mix). No U.S....  more »

      
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All Artists: Aisher
Title: Everybodys Free (To Wear Sunscreen)
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: EMI Import
Release Date: 6/7/1999
Album Type: Single, Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Style: Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 0724388717656, 766485335128, 724388717625

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Album Description
Single featuring two versions of the 'Romeo & Juliet' director's spoken word hit/ graduation anthem 'Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)' (Edit & Geographic Factor's 15+ Mix), plus 'Love Is In The Air' (Fran Mix). No U.S. release exists! Slimline jewel case. 1999 release.
 

CD Reviews

Great song to lift your sprit when your down.
10/03/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great song to listen to if your felling down. It makes you fell happy and makes forget your problems."
Outstand and True
Olivia | 07/13/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I like this song very much because so much of it is true. It wii brighten your day and make you stop and think that life isn't so bad after all."
A simple message set to the right beat gets the word out
Olivia | Reading, PA United States | 02/27/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Originally published in a column by Mary Schmich of The Chicago Tribune June 1, 1997. Baz Luhrman was inspired by the Vonnegut hype and got Quindon Tarver to do the vocals. Together they spread the word to the next generation who may not want or think they need advice from "ols farts, what do they know".

On August 3, 1997, Ms Schmich writes about the work that was heard round the world:
"But out in the lawless swamp of cyberspace, Mr. Vonnegut and I are one. Out there, where any snake can masquerade as king, both of us are the author of a graduation speech that began with the immortal words, 'Wear sunscreen.'
I was alerted to my bond with Mr. Vonnegut Friday morning by several callers and e-mail correspondents who reported that the sunscreen speech was rocketing through the cyberswamp, from L.A. to New York to Scotland, in a vast e-mail chain letter.
Friends had e-mailed it to friends, who e-mailed it to more friends, all of whom were told it was the commencement address given to the graduating class at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The speaker was allegedly Kurt Vonnegut."

The genius about the song is that it is funky and catchy and insidiously makes you think. Frankly all good art makes you think long after the performance is finished.

A+ to the collaborative effort of the 3 artists who made it oh so memorable!"