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Nothing Here

Download the first track and move on, Send me an angel is the only good song. There are a few other somewhat "decent" songs but nothing close to groundbreaking or even unique. There are far better 80's tracks to download before you even consider getting any other tracks; even track #6 the (Dance Mix) is bad.

Send me an angel

"Send me an angel" was from that 1989 movie I saw "The Wizard"! I so recognized that song!


I'm not going overanalyze this band but I will say that I always liked Catch Me I'm Falling both the song and video. "Catch" may have been ear candy but for someone like me who listened to both the quality 80's bands (Cure, Smiths) as well as the more stereotypical 80's bands (OMD, Flock of Seagulls), I think it's about as enjoyable as anything else you could hear from the 80's. Unfortunatly the version of "Catch" included here is not the good single edit version you're probably accustomed to. Instead they have a longer extended, I guess, album version which has so many little things added on here and there that it ruins the pace of the song and actually makes the song sound...not as enjoyable as it should sound.


Formed: 1981

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The Australian new romantic band Real Life formed in the early '80s with a new wave-influenced sound similar to Duran Duran. Comprising vocalist/guitarist David Sterry, drummer Danny Simcic, bassist Allan Johnson and keyboard player Richard Zatorski, the group gained a hit in Australia during 1983 with "Send Me an Angel," from their debut album Heartland. The single became an international success by the end of the year, and settled at number 29 on the American charts. Real Life returned to the Top...
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