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Photos by Traci Westcott/The Herald Dubois County Sheriff Tom Kleinhelter, left, Detective Sgt.
Jesus Monarrez, Jasper Police Chief Nathan Schmitt and City of Jasper Director of Personnel and Safety Cale Knies listen as Body Worn Midwest Sales Manager John Watson demonstrates how the body camera automatically turns on when an officer removes their gun from its holster at the Dubois County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday.
The song, along with "Rio" was originally omitted from the 1984 live album Arena due to the space limitations of vinyl, in favor of newer and less familiar album material from 1983's Seven and the Ragged Tiger.
Both tracks were included as bonus material in the 2004 CD reissue of Arena. Guarisco at All Music Guide"Girls on Film" presents an impressionistic set of images through its lyrics as it chronicles a rather racy photo shoot in a breathless first-person style, complete with fanciful and suggestive turns of phrase like "Lipstick cherry all over the lens as she's falling" and "Wider baby smiling you've just made a million." This hazy yet sexy imagery makes it tough to determine whether the photo shoot in question is fashion-oriented or pornographic, which adds to the song's saucy sense of fun.
And then recordings can be stored instantly and seen by police officials immediately.
Duran Duran's recording gives the song a churning dance beat as atmospheric synth lines and sharp electric guitar riffs duel over the top.
Andy told Nick Rhodes to introduce the song by playing the melody on his string machine and the song was born.
They recorded the song as part of their first demo at Bob Lamb's studio in Birmingham.
The song reached Number 5 on the UK Singles Chart on 25 July. on its initial release, but it became popular and widely known there after receiving heavy airplay on MTV when the Duran Duran album was re-issued in 1983.
It was the band's second hit single in Australia, peaking at #11. The original writer Andy Wickett was paid £600 for the song and never received credit for it.
The song fared well on the radio and the charts before the notoriously titillating video was filmed, but the controversy that ensued helped to keep the band in the public eye and the song on the charts for many weeks.