The Beepers were an American music band consisting of Anthony Marinelli, Arthur B. Rubinstein, Brian Banks and Cynthia Morrow. Their single Video Fever was used in the soundtrack for the 1983 film WarGames.
Brian Banks and Anthony Marinelli were already known for work together for performances as a synthesizer duo, such as a live performance of Tchaikovsky's Overture to Romeo and Juliet and other works as an opener for a 1980 concert of the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
Banks and Marinelli continue to work together on film music compositions, and with many backing band album credits:
- Pulse (Greg Phillinganes album)
- Young Guns (film) soundtrack
- Nice Girls Don't Explode soundtrack
- Baby Be Mine (Michael Jackson song)
- Brother Where You Bound
- Behind the Mask (song)
- Internal Affairs (film)
- Unity (Afrika Bambaataa and James Brown song)
- Thriller (Michael Jackson album)
- Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night
- Contemporary Keyboard - Volume 6 -1980 Page 179 "... (Brian Banks and Anthony Marinelli, duo synthesists) will offer a live performance of Tchaikovsky's Overture To Romeo & juliet and other works prior to the March 28 concert of the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion ..."
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