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  1. Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (II) () Soundtracks. It looks like we don't have any Soundtracks for this title yet.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Break It Up on Discogs. Label: DJ Movement - DJM • Format: Vinyl 12 The Hard Concert - Break It Up (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  4. So just in case cupid missed you this year and you’re feeling some type of way, we came up with a list of the best break up songs for all you love haters. 1. Say Something – A Great Big World.
  5. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do ★ Six men leave their wives and shack up together on Malibu for a summer of partying and introspection. Made for television; edited down from its original minute length. 96m/C VHS. Billy Crystal, Bonnie Franklin, Ted Bessell, Jeff Conaway, Tony Musante, Robert Conrad, Trish Stewart, David Ogden Stiers, George Gaynes; D: Lou Antonio; M: Richard Bellis.
  6. 'Out of this world': Nebraskans in D.C. revel in rare chance to see their team play — and win big Shatel: Maryland trip ends in a feel-good win for Huskers. Next up: the 'non-rival rival' Hawkeyes.
  7. "The Best Part of) Breaking Up" is a song written by Phil Spector, Pete Andreoli and Vince Poncia. It was first recorded by The Ronettes, produced by Phil Spector and arranged by Jack Nitzsche with Ronnie Spector on lead vocals and with backing vocals by Nedra Talley and Estelle Bennett, ably abetted by Darlene Love and the Blossoms, Bobby Sheen (a.k.a. Bob B. Soxx), and Sonny & emexboutabreper.anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.infoinfo: Pop.
  8. The material is an odd combination of early-'60s recordings by King and some of her best-known work from the early '70s. In this case, the album leads off with King versions of the hits "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" (written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield and turned into a hit by Sedaka) and "Crying in the Rain" (written by King and 3/
  9. David Goza is excited to be a part of BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO. This will be his 8th show at plaza, and he is looking forward to doing many more shows with The Plaza Theatre Company. David feels truly blessed to be working with such a vastly talented cast, and thankful for the help and encouragement everyone in the cast has given to him.

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