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August 7, 2016 / Posted by:

Paul Engemann, the musical voice of the 1984 Olympics!

For this Olympics, us Americans have to deal with NBC’s boring Olympic anthem Rise” by Katy Perry, a song that sounds like it written for a Cirque du Soleil production but was eventually cut because it kept putting audience members to sleep. But back in the 80s, when EVERYTHING was better, one of the Olympic anthems was “Reach Out,” which came from the mind of Giorgio Moroder and was sung by Paul Engemann. The 1984 Olympics went down in Los Angeles, so one of the official anthems should’ve been a remix of my mom complaining and screaming about how much she hates the goddamn stupid dumb Olympics after spending 3 hours in traffic. But the Olympic people went with “Reach Out” instead.

Paul Engemann is now retired from the music game and does design stuff and sells “healthy” chocolate with his wife of over 30 years, actress Suzanne Barnes. But before that, Paul, who is also Larry King’s brother-in-law, was in Animotion for a second in the 80s and also made several songs with Giorgio Moroder. Paul is probably best known for singing Giorgio Moroder’s “Push It To The Limit” from Scarface.

“Reach Out” has the same vibe as “Push It To The Limit,” so that 80s disco perfection makes you wanna snort a line off of Sam the Olympic Eagle’s beak, run in place and throw a shot put.

Now THAT is an Olympic anthem. The only thing that video is missing is a shot of Tony Montana saying, “Say hello to my little friend,” while flashing the gold medal he got in coke snortin’.

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