In You Can't Turn That Into a House, Missouri-based brothers Taimoor and Rehan Nana, along with their partner and architect Kyle Davis, use their out-of-the-box ingenuity and renovation skills to build amazing living spaces out of totally impossible locations. Whether it's turning a rusted-out old silo into a high-rise one bedroom or transforming an old de-commissioned airplane into a home with wings, there is no job too extreme for this crew.
Runtime: 30 minutes
You Can't Turn That Into a House - Don't Turn Around - Netflix
“Don't Turn Around” is a popular song written by Albert Hammond and Diane Warren. It was originally recorded by Tina Turner as the B-side to the single “Typical Male” in 1986. Warren is said to have been disappointed that Turner's record company treated the song as a B-side and never included it on one of her albums. However it has since been included on the rarities disc of the 1994 compilation The Collected Recordings – Sixties to Nineties. It has been covered by a number of artists, most notably Aswad in 1988, Ace of Base in 1994 and Milow in 2017. This song was also recorded by Soul Artist Luther Ingram and released in 1987 as a 45 on the Profile Label in the US.
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Arista Records suggested that Ace of Base should make a cover of “Don't Turn Around” for their The Sign album. Band member Jonas Berggren hadn't heard the Aswad-version, but he liked what he heard and decided to record a cover with Ace of Base. The song reached number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number five on the UK Singles Chart. The song was the third most popular song in the United States in the summer of 1994. On the Eurochart Hot 100 “Don't Turn Around” entered at 27 on April 9 and it took almost three months to peak at 7. “Don't Turn Around” also contains a rap segment made by band member Ulf Ekberg.
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