In Too Deep (Dead or Alive song)
"In Too Deep" is a song by the British band Dead or Alive. It was included on their 1985 studio album Youthquake, was remixed for release as the third single to be taken from the album in June 1985, it reached number 14 in the UK Singles Chart, number 61 in Germany and number 31 in Australia
In Too Deep (soundtrack)
In Too Deep: Music From the Dimension Motion Picture is the soundtrack to Michael Rymer's 1999 crime film In Too Deep. It was released on August 17, 1999 via Sony Music Soundtrax/Columbia Records, contained hip hop and R&B music; the soundtrack fared well on the Billboard charts, peaking at #28 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Featured on the soundtrack was a unknown 50 Cent's debut single "How to Rob", which made it to #62 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and #24 on the Hot Rap Singles, it featured sixth charting singles "In Too Deep", "Keys to the Range", "How to Rob", "Rowdy Rowdy", "Quiet Storm" and "Tear It Off". In Too Deep Soundtrack at Discogs
In Too Deep (1999 film)
In Too Deep is a 1999 American crime thriller film directed by Michael Rymer from a screenplay written by Michael Henry Brown and Paul Aaron. The film stars LL Cool J, Stanley Tucci with Pam Grier and Nia Long. Jeffrey Cole is a recent graduate of the Cincinnati police academy. Cole manages to get an undercover assignment the day of graduation and earns the praise of his superiors. Good at earning the trust of small-time drug dealers, Cole is given the task of taking down statewide crack dealer Dwayne Gittens, an underworld boss so powerful that his nickname is "God". Gittens is known as a family man and a man of the people, contributing to his community and helping those in need. However, there is another side to him, a ruthless leader of a criminal empire who will torture or kill anyone without question. Gittens controls eighty percent of the drug traffic in Cincinnati, controls many of his opponents through bribery or intimidation, appears to be untouchable. Building up his skills and credentials as an effective undercover officer, Cole earns the praise and adoration from his superiors, he is assigned to undercover work in the case against Gittens.
Cole goes undercover, posing as a drug dealer under the name of J. Reid from Ohio, he is determined to be the man. Cole has to prove. At one point God sends Cole out on a mission with a couple of his cohorts with the intention of Cole killing a man that God wants dead. Trapped in that position, Cole goes along and has to find a way not to kill this man, but not blow his cover; this on the car ride over. What he does is chase the man firing shots at him, but misses intentionally, thus the crew believe he has bad aim. Cole becomes close with one of the members of Gittens' crew, Breezy T.. On, Cole eludes an assassination attempt by members of Gittens' crew that he was with earlier. Cole goes to Breezy T. thinking that he was set up by God. Once Breezy advises that he had nothing to do with that, nor did Gittens, the guys acted on their own accord, Cole leaves. Cole's superiors are impressed at his undercover work and how close he has gotten to Gittens, earning his trust while providing his superiors with intricate details into Gittens' organization.
Cole's superior, Preston D'Ambrosio worries that the line between cop and bad guy is getting blurred and that both identities are becoming one. He begins to see behavioral changes in Cole, as more and more, Cole starts to assume the J. Reid identity, D'Ambrosio believes that Cole is getting too far deep undercover that, characteristically and morally, he may not be able to recover from; because of this, D'Ambrosio places Cole on forced hiatus from undercover and sends him to a place in the woods far from the city to get his head straight and re-discover himself. During that time, Cole rediscovers his identity and meets Myra, an aspiring model during one of Cole's photography classes; the two begin dating and D'Ambrosio begins to take notice of his new life away from undercover work. Cole tries to convince D'Ambrosio to let him go back undercover in the Gittens case, to no avail. D'Ambrosio is too concerned for Cole losing his identity for good. D'Ambrosio is overruled by District Attorney Daniel Connelly and DEA agent Rick Scott, reasoning that Cole is the only undercover cop to infiltrate Gittens crew as deep as he has, Cole is the person who can bring down Gittens' organization.
Cole is reassigned to the Gittens case. Myra, begins to distance herself from Cole; as Cole becomes J. Reid once again, he becomes reacquainted with Gittens. Cole starts to see Gittens becoming unhinged and his sporadic violence in the community, going as far as beating one of his close associates with a pool stick and ramming the stick up the guy's anus, killing the man for making a pass at his baby's mother; the ruthlessness starts to get to Cole. The further Cole goes undercover, the more his identities and loyalties are blurred between Jeffrey Cole, the undercover officer, J. Reid, the gangster from Akron that has earned Gittens full trust; because of this, Cole begins to alienate himself from his superiors, his fellow officers, Myra, as Cole begins to lose reality of who he is, becoming more and more the J. Reid gangster. D'Ambrosio wants to pull Cole out of undercover again, as he sees his officer becoming unhinged and becoming J. Reid. Connelly and Scott disagree, they come up with a sting to bust Gittens meeting with his suppliers, to which D'Ambrosio agrees after Cole convinces him the importance of this sting.
During the sting, where Cole and Gittens are meeting with Gittens' suppliers, the police arrive to arrest Gittens and the suppliers. A gunfight ensues, with the police and Gittens. Gittens advises his crew to surrender. Cole shields Gittens from police and a standoff ensues between the officers and an unhinged Cole, struggling between his loyalties. Realizing he is losing himself, Det. Angela Wilson talks him down and reminds him that he is Jeffrey Cole, not J. Reid, to lower his weapon. Cole gets a hold of himself and lowers his gun; as Gittens is being read his Miranda rights, Scott requests Cole to bring Gittens in (and exposes Cole's identity as an under
In Too Deep (Sum 41 song)
"In Too Deep" is a song by Canadian rock band Sum 41. It was released in September 2001 as the second single from the album All Killer No Filler. According to Ben Cook of Fucked Up, No Warning and Young Guv, "In Too Deep" was a reggae song, to be released by writer Greig Nori's band Treble Charger and feature rapper Snow in the verses; the music video was directed by Marc Klasfeld and premiered in September 2001. It is a parody of the diving competition scene from the Rodney Dangerfield classic, Back to School. Sum 41 face another dive team, represented as stereotypical high school "jocks" with muscular bodies and red Speedos; each band member takes their turn diving off the board in comical fashion as they dive against their opposition, who dive with mocking perfection. After guitarist Dave Baksh completes his dive, he rises out of the water to play his guitar solo. After each dive, the video cuts to a scene of the band playing in an empty pool surrounded by fans. For the last dive, drummer Steve Jocz does a comically dramatic dive similar to the dive done by Dangerfield's character in Back to School in which he bounces off of every diving board and lands in the water.
Jocz is rewarded with near-perfect marks from the judges, the band wins the competition and the judges and some of the audience jump into the pool in celebration. The diving scenes were filmed at the since-demolished Industry Hills Aquatic Club in the City of Industry, California; the pool scenes were shot at Pink Motel in Sun Valley, California. Superpeer of Sputnikmusic said "This song just puts a smile on your face, you have to love the short solo in it." SingleIn Too Deep Fat Lip All She's Got What We're All About Liam's awful rendition Radio Promo CDIn Too Deep Fat Lip "In Too Deep" Official music video on YouTube Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
The Sweeplings is an American pop–folk duo comprising singer-songwriters Cami Bradley and Whitney Dean. Bradley and Dean met in 2014 after Dean's wife saw Bradley perform during an episode of America's Got Talent and suggested that her husband should write music with Bradley, their first meeting resulted in eight songs co-written over the course of a weekend. Their self-titled EP was released in 2014, followed by their debut full-length album Rise & Fall in 2015 and Covers, Ch. 1 in 2016. In 2016, the EP Winter's Call was released, their first full-length album with Nettwerk was scheduled for fall 2018. Cami Bradley is a singer-songwriter from Washington. Born into a musical family, she showed an aptitude for music at age four, began learning the piano by age seven, was writing her own songs by age ten, released solo albums in 2009 and 2013, she was scouted in 2013 by producers of America's Got Talent, who sent her to Chicago to audition for season eight of the variety show. At the quarterfinals, Bradley gained notoriety with a stripped-down performance of "Believe" that won praise from the judges.
She finished the season in sixth place. Whitney Dean, the son of a voice and piano teacher, is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from Huntsville, Alabama. Dean has written music for artists in Tennessee. After Dean and his wife watched a Bradley performance on America's Got Talent, Bethany Dean said her husband and Bradley should write music together. Bradley declined on first contact but Dean's wife persisted. In 2014, the Deans were invited by the Bradleys to visit their home in Spokane, the weekend meeting was both pleasant and productive, resulting in eight songs. A self-titled, four-song EP was released in September 2014, but the new duo did little promotion at first, because Bradley did not want her fans to be confused if the pairing did not work out. Instead, she released videos of cover songs as a solo artist. In August 2015, the Sweeplings released Rise & Fall, on their own label. NPR had premiered the song "Carry Me Home" the month before, iTunes placed the song on its list of the 25 best singer-songwriter tracks of 2015.
In February 2016, Billboard premiered the video for "Under Your Spell", "a classic tale of good and evil" and the struggle with life's choices. The Sweeplings' second album, Covers, Ch. 1, was released in July 2016. In November, the duo presented their four-song EP Winter's Call. Upon signing with Nettwerk Music Group in 2017, the Sweeplings offered a deluxe version of Rise & Fall, including an alternate version of "Hold Me" and two songs that didn't make the original cut; the duo's third EP, was released via Nettwerk in August, featuring six songs. A Christmas EP, Merrier Days, followed in November. A second full-length album was scheduled for release in Fall 2018; the Sweeplings continue to tour. Appearances included five dates in July 2018 in California and Washington. Since the Sweeplings write and communicate via email and Skype, they travel across the country to finish their efforts; the Bradleys bought a small second home in Alabama, to facilitate the band's career. ITunes' staff wrote that the Sweeplings' music reveals "a penchant for haunting, tender harmonies and a roots-inspired sound that bears similarities to The Civil Wars."
PopDust called Rise & Fall "a potent collection of narratives with gut-wrenching textures built on a foundation of powerful harmonies and sharp musicianship." The Birmingham News called it "an uncommonly focused and big-stage-ready debut from an independent band". Elmore Magazine said the album's songs tend to "blend together because of similar sounds, but the chemistry is concise and makes the album whole, not all over the place like many debuts seem to be."Atwood Magazine called Sleepwalking "haunting and altogether mesmerizing... when The Sweeplings evoke hurt, we feel a shred of resilience... Darkness comes with a bit of light, vice versa." The Sweeplings' songs have appeared in television series. "In Too Deep" was used for the winter premiere of the ABC Family drama The Fosters. Freeform used "In Too Deep" for the season finale of Pretty Little Liars in 2016; the official trailer for the final season of the Netflix series Longmire was set to "Carry Me Home". The Vampire Diaries and Good Behavior have featured the Sweeplings' music.
The Sweeplings Rise & Fall Covers, Ch. 1 Winter's Call Rise & Fall Merrier Days Sleepwalking "Snow May Be Falling" "Cannonball" "Carry Me Home" "In Too Deep" "Hold Tight" "What We Once Were" "Fool" "Losing You" "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" Official website
In Too Deep (novel)
In Too Deep is the sixth book in The 39 Clues series. It was written by Jude Watson and released on November 3, 2009; the story is set in Indonesia. Amy and Dan have to decide how much they're willing to risk, what they are. Ian and Natalie Kabra's mother, joins the hunt, as she could not stand the mistakes her children have made; the Kabras send the Cahills an'invitation' to a meeting at a dock in Australia. Amy can't decide which Lucian to trust – the cloying Isabel Kabra, or the serious, but deadly, Irina Spasky. Irina helps Amy with the clue hunt, she turned away from Isabel because she lost her boy, when she was on a mission. Amy's life is threatened by Isabel who holds her out to shark infested waters, but she escapes thanks to Hamilton Holt, who helped her because of their previous alliance in The Black Circle. Amy and Dan are distanced from each other when Irina tells Amy and Dan before she dies about their parents being murdered in front of Dan Amy and Dan continue their search to find out that Bob Troppo was Ekaterina agent Robert Cahill Henderson, who came devastatingly close to finding all 39 clues in his Indonesian lab.
His work was destroyed by the Krakatoa eruption and he fled to Australia. Amy and Dan find a note written by him, a strange poem pointing to the clue; the Cahills discover the clue – water – with the help of Alistair Oh. However, Isabel Kabra sets the house they are staying in on fire, Irina Spasky chooses to save Amy and Alistair at the price of her own life; the book ends with Amy and Dan thinking that they now are doing the clue hunt for their parents and for Irina
In Too Deep (John Paul Young album)
In Too Deep is the ninth studio album by Australian singer John Paul Young and first studio album in 10-years. The album was released in November 2006; the album sees John reunite with his 70s hitmaker Harry Vanda as producer and principal songwriter, with whom he worked in the 1970s and became one of the biggest Australian stars. "In Too Deep" - 3:45 "I'm Living On Dreams" - 4:06 "Isn't It Sunshine" - 3:35 "Not Me" - 4:25 "When You Love Me" - 3:50 "Spanish Guitar" - 3:30 "I've Been Waiting" - 4:28 "Prisoner Of Love" - 4:25 "When I Remember You" - 3:20 "Having A Few" - 3:43 "How Can I Live" - 4:09 "Oh My Love" - 3:48 John Paul Young - lead vocals Harry Vanda - lead guitar, percussion, backing vocals Daniel Vandenberg - bass on "In Too Deep", "I've Been Waiting", "When I Remember You" Billy Kristian - bass on "I'm Living On Dreams", "Not Me", "When You Love Me", "Spanish Guitar", "Prisoner Of Love", "Having A Few", "How Can I Live" "Oh My Love" George Young - bass on "Isn't It Sunshine" James Morrison - saxophone on "I'm Living On Dreams", "I've Been Waiting", "When I Remember You", "How Can I Live" Warren'Pig' Morgan - piano & keyboards Rick Robertson - sax on "Isn't It Sunshine" Danny Heifetz - drums Louise Anton - backing vocals Producer: Harry Vanda Mixed by Daniel Vandenberg Assistant Engineer: Chris Jackson Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York