Redlight is an album by The Slackers, released on September 23, 1997 on Hellcat Records. It solidified the Slackers' sound, with ska, reggae, and dub remaining prevalent. The track "Watch This" received airplay on college radio stations. Jeremy Mushlin made his vocal debut on the track, "She Wants to Be Alone".
"Redlight" is the twelfth single released by Ian Carey.
Hugh Pescod, better known as Redlight is a DJ, record producer, re-mixer and composer from Bristol, England.
Redlight (sometimes misspelled Red Light) is a documentary film about human trafficking in Cambodia that premiered on October 4, 2009 at the Woodstock Film Festival. Lucy Liu was the film's executive producer and narrator. The film is produced by Kerry Girvin and directed by Guy Jacobson and Adi Ezroni. Redlight documents four years of the lives of several Cambodian children who are kidnapped for the purpose of child prostitution. These children are both boys and girls, and some are only 3 or 4 years old. Some of the film's footage was recorded secretly in brothels and then smuggled out. Liu promoted the film at the 2009 Cairo International Film Festival. Showtime televised the film as part of Human Trafficking Awareness Month in 2010. The first screening in Connecticut took place in Westport that November.
Redlight (Grails album)
Redlight is the second studio album by American experimental rock band Grails, released on Neurot Recordings in 2004 as a follow up to The Burden of Hope
vb. 1 (context transitive English) To deny, reject, or disapprove; to prohibit from proceeding. 2 (context transitive English) To stop or cancel.
Usage examples of "redlight".
Away from the center, but not far away, where the buildings were meaner and the streets were narrower, the sea evidenced itself differently: a grim redlight district of slum houses, empty warehouses where bonded goods had once been stored, pubs with maritime names, cleared areas fronted with advertising posters selling Jamaican rum and airlines to America.