As a society, we love Bruce Willis (even if his current film, A Good Day To Die Hard, is going to test that love a bit), which is why, as a society, we have conveniently forgotten Willis' foray into the recording industry. In 1987, Willis was a year away from true international stardom with Die Hard, but he was still an extremely popular man due to his work on the television show Moonlighting. That was the year he released his album, The Return of Bruno.
"Remember This?" is a new feature on Huffington Post Entertainment where a member of our staff takes a subject from the world of entertainment that hasn't been discussed in some time and brings it back to the forefront. Leading off, Mike Ryan writes about Duran Duran's third album, Seven and the Ragged Tiger.
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