Uniting Nations - Ai No Corrida (ft. Laura More)

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Music video by Uniting Nations performing Ai No Corrida (Feat. Laura More). (C) 2005 Gut Records Ltd 

Uniting Nations are a British dance act who formed in 2004. The act achieved chart success across Europe. It was composed of Paul Keenan and Daz Sampson with Craig Powell as the frontman of the band. Powell left in March 2006, after the release of their debut album One World. 

"Ai No Corrida" is a song written by Chaz Jankel and Kenny Young, first recorded in 1980 and featuring on Chaz Jankel's self-titled debut album for A&M Records. It was covered by Quincy Jones in the following year (peaking at #28 on the US chart; #14, UK) on the album The Dude and by British dance act Uniting Nations in 2005 (album One World). Quincy Jones also recorded a Spanish-language version for the 2006 charity album Rhythms del mundo, with vocals by Vania Borges. 

The title of the song means "bullfight of love" in Japanese.


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