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Harold Faltermeyer (born October 5, 1952 in Munich) is a German musician, keyboardist, composer and record producer. He is recognized as one of the composers/producers who best captured the zeitgeist of 1980s synth-pop in film scores. Best known for the "Axel F" electronic theme for "Beverly Hills Cop" and the "Top Gun Anthem" from the soundtrack for "Top Gun" - both often imitated, highly influential instrumental hits that to some extent practically redefined action film scoring in the 80s.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Axel F - (3:02) - 16,489 plays
- Top Gun Anthem - (4:09) - 6,513 plays
- Memories - (2:56) - 1,926 plays
- Axel F. - (6:59) - 1,311 plays
- Axel F from Beverly Hills Cop (1984) - (3:01) - 277 plays
- Fletch Theme - (3:30) - 207 plays
- Top Gun Anthem (Album Version) - (4:10) - 142 plays
- Theme from "Fletch" (feat. Charles Fernandez) - (2:57) - 76 plays
- Jack Orlando Main Theme - (3:19) - 168 plays
- Axel F (Album Version) - (3:00) - 103 plays
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