Lauren Wood released two critically acclaimed solo albums on Warner Brothers Records, Lauren Wood (1979) and Cat Trick (1981), but her most notable career moment happened in 1990, when the song "Fallen" from the Cat Trick album was featured in the box office smash film Pretty Woman.Pretty Woman went on to gross nearly half a billion dollars worldwide and the original soundtrack album sold over 20 million units worldwide. "Fallen" was featured prominently in the film and provided Wood with a huge career resurgence that continues to this day.The Warner Bros. Years also features the hit single "Please Don't Leave," a duet with singer Michael McDonald.
Lauren Wood released two critically acclaimed solo albums on Warner Brothers Records, Lauren Wood (1979) and Cat Trick (1981), but her most notable career moment happened in 1990, when the song "Fallen" from the Cat Trick album was featured in the box office smash film Pretty Woman.Pretty Woman went on to gross nearly half a billion dollars worldwide and the original soundtrack album sold over 20 million units worldwide. "Fallen" was featured prominently in the film and provided Wood with a huge career resurgence that continues to this day.The Warner Bros. Years also features the hit single "Please Don't Leave," a duet with singer Michael McDonald.
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Lauren Wood released two critically acclaimed solo albums on Warner Brothers Records, Lauren Wood (1979) and Cat Trick (1981), but her most notable career moment happened in 1990, when the song "Fallen" from the Cat Trick album was featured in the box office smash film Pretty Woman.Pretty Woman went on to gross nearly half a billion dollars worldwide and the original soundtrack album sold over 20 million units worldwide. "Fallen" was featured prominently in the film and provided Wood with a huge career resurgence that continues to this day.The Warner Bros. Years also features the hit single "Please Don't Leave," a duet with singer Michael McDonald.