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It's about time

I've had to resort to watching the video on you tube for the last year, since I've been looking for this song. I'm so glad you got it.

Steve S

One of the treasure albums of the 80's! The name of the album "Days of Innocence" really hits home if you were in high school during the big 80's. Take a listen to "So Tired", "The Angel and the Madman", and "Sweet Cherie". The lyrics are wholesome and pure, unlike the so called "music" coming out today. Buy it! You will love it!

Finally on I tunes

I bought this album (cassette tape) the summer after high school graduation.. I wore it out and have missed it for a very long time. Glad to finally see it on I Tunes. I always loved What About Me but The Angel and the Madman was what I was after

Biography

Formed: Sydney, New South Wales, Australi

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s

Pub rock and R&B-influenced Moving Pictures are best remembered for their power ballad "What About Me?," which shot the band to number one in Australia in 1982. Formed by singer Alex Smith and writer Gary Frost, they signed with Wheatley management in 1981 and released two singles, "Walls" and "Bustin Loose." Their debut album, Days of Innocence, was released in October 1981, but it wasn't until the release of the number one single "What About Me?" in January 1982 that Days of Innocence also...
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