Featured in Episode
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
16 (October 5, 1985, one week)
Year Released
The History Mix Vol. 1
Kevin Godley & Lol Creme
RIAA Certification
Sequence song appears
Ending with showdown with Charlie, Clemente, and Crockett meets Callie at beach
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"Cry" is a song performed by Godley and Creme, appearing on the album The History Mix Vol. 1, recorded in 1985. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "Definitely Miami". The song plays as Crockett drives to a meet with Callie's boyfriend, then confronts her on a beach. The song and episode conclude with an iconic shot of Crockett standing on the beach with his Wayfarers on, staring into the sun.


  • The video for "Cry" used faces morphed by analog cross-fading, and was very popular on MTV. This technique was used (though digitally) six years later on Michael Jackson's video for "Black or White".
  • The ethereal sound used for "Cry" is reminiscent of the duo's sound in their 1975 hit "I'm Not In Love" with their band 10CC.


Godley and Creme - Cry04:01

Godley and Creme - Cry

Godley and Creme Cry

Miami Vice-'Cry' ending06:01

Miami Vice-'Cry' ending

Miami Vice Scene with Cry

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