An assistant district attorney in Baltimore finds herself with a new family when a man claiming to be her brother appears on the scene with his two children.
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Flesh 'n' Blood - Dark at the End of the Tunnel - Netflix
Dark at the End of the Tunnel is the seventh studio album by American new wave band Oingo Boingo, released in 1990.
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Dark at the End of the Tunnel marked a stylistic shift toward ballads, with less synthesized instrumentation and more emotive lyrics than the band's previous records. However, the album's rock-heavy opener, “When The Lights Go Out,” is more reminiscent of the band's previous work, while “Run Away” was one of their most overt ska songs to date. By the time of the album's recording, Danny Elfman had become a famed film composer, particularly in collaboration with Tim Burton. Two tracks on the album had previously emerged on movie soundtracks: an early recording of “Try to Believe” first appeared as an instrumental during end credits of the 1988 film Midnight Run (scored by Elfman), and a vocal version, attributed to “Mosley & The B-Men,” was released on the film's soundtrack album; similarly, a different mix of “Flesh 'N Blood” had first appeared in the 1989 film Ghostbusters II and on its soundtrack. “When the Lights Go Out” peaked at #15 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in March of 1990.