Definitions for freeze frame
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an optical effect or technique in which a single frame of film is reprinted in a continuous series so as to give the effect of a still photograph when shown.
Category: Motion Pictures
Origin of freeze frame:
A still frame or picture taken from a video, film, or motion picture.
Freeze-Frame is the 12th album by American rock band The J. Geils Band, released in 1981. This was the band's only #1 album and their biggest seller. The album reached number one on the Billboard 200 album chart in February 1982, and remained at the top for four weeks. The album featured the hit singles "Centerfold" and "Freeze Frame". "Angel in Blue" also reached the US Top 40. This was the first album where songwriters Peter Wolf and Seth Justman, who provided the band with its original material, did not share credit on every song. Justman wrote or co-wrote all of the album as well as receiving credit as arranger and producer of the material. The album was remastered in 1993 and reissued on BGO in the UK and was remastered in 2008 for the Japanese market, but has not been remastered in the U.S. Part of the success of the album can be attributed to the videos that were run constantly on MTV including "Centerfold" and the title track from the album.
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