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Posted by dreyfax at 205.158.75.29 on August 27, 2001 at 11:52:39:

In Reply to: Re: Gap Ad - real answer posted by dreyfax on August 27, 2001 at 11:49:26:

This time I'll actually hit the PASTE button.. lol.

Please note the AD is named "GIRL" below.. NOT the song..

Read carefully before correcting..
=)

: : Another question answered wrong on the last board -- the song in the GAP ad is not titled "Girl". That is the title of the ad itself. THe song is "Digital Love", by Daft Punk.

: I posted the official responce from GAP.COM reps..

: You are correct, but you read my reply wrong.. my post listed ALL the ADS..
: The AD is called "GIRL" I was merely telling people which paragraph to read the answer in..

This is for Fantasticx, katienmd and anyone else who wondered what the music was in that ad.. sorry its so off topic, but the question was posted on board 298 and it wont let me post to an archived board, nor would it let me follow up via email.. so everyone gets to learn what I found out..

I just got this back from customer service at gap.com..

Enjoy... The correct answer is the one for "GIRL".


Original Question and my answer follows:

: Can anybody help me: what was that song in the Juliette Lewis/dancing robot commercial?

: Also, kudos on the film. Love the music...

Here's the info you requested.. I got it from a feedback form on gap.com in the advertising section:

Thank you for your e-mail. You can see the ads and commercials by
clicking on gap.com/denim. On the next screen, you will see the ads,
click on enter. This will take you to the commercials.

Our Gap Fall 2001 ads consist of stylistic celebrities revealing their
"first love" in an unexpected way. There are six television spots; the
name of each ad, the people in it, the styles they are wearing and the
featured music are listed below:

"Scratch" featuring DJ Shortkut wearing the Gray Short Sleeved Knit,
Cross Cut Woven Shirt, and the Cross Cut Jean in Rinsed; DJ Rob Swift
wearing the Fitted Baseball T in Blue, New Classic T in Grey, and the
Army Jeans in Green Cast; and Shannyn Sossamon wearing the Fine Knit
V-Neck Sweater, Long and Lean Jeans (available in Gap stores only) in
Stonewashed and the Slim Grommet Black Belt (available in Gap stores
only)
"Matrix" - Written by Michael Longo; Performed by Dizzy Gillespie with
Shirley Horn
"Here We Go" - Written by Darryl McDaniels and Joseph Simmons; Performed
by Run-DMC
"Do The Funky Penguin" - Written by Jo Bridges, Tom Nixon, Mack Rice,
and Rufus Thomas, Jr.; Performed by Rufus Thomas

"Girl" featuring Daft Punk wearing the 2 Pocket Blue Cord Jacket, Short
Sleeved Classic T in Navy, Cross Cut Jean in Stonewashed, and the Urban
Web Belt and Juliette Lewis wearing the Banded Waist Shirt in White and
the Long and Lean Bleached Creased Jean in LT Wash
"Digital Love" - Written by Thomas Bangalter, Guy Manuel de Hommen
Christo, Carlos Sosa, and George Duke; Performed by Daft Punk

"Angus" featuring Cherokee wearing the Long Sleeved Woven Shirt in
Black, Denim Blazer, Ultra Low Rise Jean in Sandblast, and the 4 Strand
Belt in Black
"Back in Black" - Written by Brian Johnson, Angus Young, and Malcolm
Young; Performed by Rick Markan (on-camera playing by Cherokee)

"Old, Old School" featuring Nikka Costa wearing the Pin-Tucked Denim
Jacket, Ultra Low Rise in Dark Wash and the Wire Studded Brown Belt
(available in Gap stores only)
"Come Rain or Come Shine" - Written by Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlan;
Performed by Nikka Costa on-camera

"My Mom" featuring Carole King wearing the Chunky Cuff Tneck Camel and
Pic Stitch Jean and Louise Goffin wearing the Black/Tan Striped Tneck,
Back in Town Jean, and Wide Studded Black Belt.
"So Far Away" - Written by Carole King; Performed by Louise Goffin on
Camera
"Love Makes the World" - Written by Carole King, Sam Hollander, and Dave
Schomner;

"Love" and "Blue Jeans" featuring Will Farrell wearing the Standard Fit
Jean in Green Cast, 2 Pocket Military Jean Jacket in Sandblasted, White
Classic T, and the White Long Sleeved Garment Dyed Woven Shirt
"Forever in Blue Jeans" - Written by Richard Bennett and Neil Diamond;
Performed by Will Farrell

We appreciated hearing from you, and hope you continue to enjoy our
advertising. If you have any additional questions, please e-mail us
again at custserv@bananarepublic.com or call us at 1-888-906-2800. We
have Customer Service Consultants available 24 hours a day for your
shopping convenience.

Sincerely,

Judy
Customer Service Consultant




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