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The Vision
Featured in Episode
Artist(s)
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
Did Not Chart
Year Released
1986
Album
Into The Light
Writer(s)
Chris de Burgh
RIAA Certification
NONE
Sequence song appears
Shootout at funeral home
Previous Song
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"The Vision" is a song performed by Chris de Burgh, recorded on the album Into The Light in 1986. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "Everybody's in Showbiz".

NotesEdit

  • The three Chris de Burgh songs used in "Everybody's in Showbiz", "The Leader", "The Vision" and "What About Me?", are played in the order they appear on de Burgh's Into The Light album. In fact, the songs each segue into one another, creating what is effectively a single eight-and-a-half minute track with three distinct sections. The songs are sometimes referred to as the "Leader Trilogy".
  • The "Leader Trilogy" is arguably the longest song sample used on Miami Vice, as the entire eight-and-a-half minutes of the song are used. However, it is technically comprised of three separate tracks that make up one continuous piece of music; the longest single track featured is "Brothers In Arms" by Dire Straits, from "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
Chris de Burgh - Düsseldorf - The Leader - 3.1208:54

Chris de Burgh - Düsseldorf - The Leader - 3.12.2006

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