Michael Penn was considered one of the most talanted singer/songwriter from the late 1980s era. The eldest son of the film director, Leo Penn, and the actress, Eileen Ryan. While his siblings, Sean and Chris Penn, all turned to acting career, Michael headed to music road instead. In the early 1980s, he formed his own band called Doll Congress which was a popular band in the Southern California area. In 1989, he released his solo debut 'March'. The clever mixture of Beatlesque folk-pop music with Elvis Costello-style wordplay pushed it to Top40 position. Its lead singles "No Miyth" also became a Top20 hit in early 1990. Unfortunately, his momentum passed quickly and all his following works failed to make any impact. By the end of 1990s, he turned his attention to film scores and composed musics for many films including Paul Thomas Anderson's "Hard Eight" and "Boogie Night".
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