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has 18 songs in the following movies and tv shows.

Chicago is an American rock band formed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1967. The self-described "rock and roll band with horns" began as a politically charged, sometimes experimental, rock band and later moved to a more commercially accessible sound. They had a steady stream of hits throughout the 1970s and 1980s. The group was originally called The Big Thing and actually spent much of 1967 when they first formed, playing cover songs in the upper Midwest. It was a year later when they started playing their own songs, after connecting with producer James Guercio. Guercio later went on to become the band manager. They then changed their name to Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), which they later simply shortened to Chicago. The original lineup included vocalist and keyboardist Peter Cetera, guitarist Terry Kath, bassist Walter Parazaider, trombonist James Pankow, trumpet player Lee Loughnane, and drummer Danny Seraphine. With Seraphine as their lead drummer, they are one of the longest-running and most successful rock groups in history; only two other bands have charted more hit singles in the United States, those being the Beach Boys and the Beatles. The group had a steady stream of hits throughout the 1970s and 1980s, starting with their self-titled debut album in 1969. "Beginnings" and "Questions 67 and 68" were their first two singles that made it onto the Billboard Hot 100 chart, with "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" and "Make Me Smile" becoming top ten hits in 1970. The band began to experiment with longer musical pieces on subsequent albums such as 1971's Chicago III and 1972's Chicago V, both of which included four-part suites sung by Terry Kath. These experiments continued on subsequent albums such as 1974's Chicago VII, which featured an eight-part suite sung by Kath, and 1976's Chicago X, which featured a three-part suite sung by bassist Peter Cetera. The band's experimental period culminated with the release of 1977's double album Chicago at Carnegie Hall, which was recorded live over the course of seven nights at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The 1980s saw the band return to shorter songs and a more pop-oriented sound on albums such as 1980's Chicago XIV and 1982's Chicago 16, with the latter album featuring the band's first number-one single, "Hard to Say I'm Sorry". The group continued to record and tour throughout the 1980s and 1990s, releasing additional platinum-selling albums such as 1986's Chicago 18 and 1994's Stone of Sisyphus. The band even experimented with electronica on 1998's Chicago XXX, before returning to a more traditional sound on 2002's Chicago XXV: The Christmas Album. The group has been described as "one of the most important bands in music history" by AllMusic, and has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling groups of all time. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016. In 2017, a documentary about the band, Now More Than Ever: The History of Chicago, was released to critical acclaim.

I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love

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Death Note

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I'm A Man - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

I'm A Man

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Street Player - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Street Player

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American Hustle

American Hustle2013

Song at the pool party where Irving meets Sydney.

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Listen - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Listen

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Better Call Saul

Better Call Saul • s1e4 • Hero2015

Jimmy Marco back at the pad celebrating another successful con.

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You're the Inspiration - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

You're the Inspiration

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Deadpool

Deadpool2016

Deadpool hallucinates cartoon animals surrounding Vanessa; Negasonic Teenage Warhead blasts Angel off of Colossus.

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We Can Last Forever - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

We Can Last Forever

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Hearts In Trouble - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Hearts In Trouble

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Hearts In Trouble - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Hearts In Trouble

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Feelin' Stronger Every Day - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Feelin' Stronger Every Day

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The Resident

The Resident • s5e18 • Ride or Die2018

After scrubbing up for Maximo's surgery, Randolph finds a "left" ergonomic surgeons stool from previous surgery which Kit encourages him to use as an attempt to ease his pain.

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Old Days - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Old Days

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If You Leave Me Now - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

If You Leave Me Now

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"If You Leave Me Now" is a song by the American rock group Chicago, from their album Chicago X. The song was written by Peter Cetera and produced by James William Guercio. It was released as a single in 1976 and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming the band's first and only single to reach the top of the chart. The song also topped the adult contemporary chart for six weeks. In 1977, "If You Leave Me Now" won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. The lyrics of "If You Leave Me Now" are about a man begging his lover not to leave him. Cete...more

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Shaun of the Dead

Shaun of the Dead2004

The song plays randomly at the bar which makes Shaun cry.

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American Horror Story

American Horror Story • s9e3 • Slashdance2011

Flashback to Nurse Rita being followed to Ray's Gas Station.

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Hard to Say I'm Sorry - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Hard to Say I'm Sorry

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Colour My World - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Colour My World

0 movies2 episodes

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Parenthood

Parenthood • s3e18 • My Brother's Wedding2010

Haddie and Adam dance, then Sarah and Zeek.

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Saturday In The Park - Chicago | Song Album Cover Artwork

Saturday In The Park

2 movies4 episodes

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"Saturday in the Park" is a song written by Robert Lamm and performed by Chicago for their 1972 album Chicago V. The single was released in July 1972, reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number one on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song remains a staple of the group's live performances and was certified gold by the RIAA, after selling over one million units in the United States. The lyrics to "Saturday in the Park" reflect on a carefree day spent enjoying the company of friends and loved ones. It was actually written after Robert Lamm, spent July 4th in New York's, Cen...more

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Fringe

Fringe • s3e14 • 6B2008

Peter selects a song on the jukebox.

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This is Us

This is Us • s6e11 • Saturday in the Park2016

At per-usual on Saturday, Kate and Toby take Jack and Haley to the part as they walk their Kate and Toby so Sprechstimme (sing-speak) Jack's path to the park for this memory; as their time at the park, Toby tells Kate how much he missed her laughing after hearing it.

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