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Send Me An Angel - Various - The No.1 Hits - 1984 (CD)


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  1. Jun 03,  · I own this CD and verified and corrected track 11 as the version of "Send Me An Angel '89". So not quite the hits of /5(1).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of No. 1 Hits Of The 80ies on Discogs. Label: BMG Special Marketing Europe GmbH - 2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Italo-Disco, Disco, Soft Rock, House, Hi NRG, Synth-pop, Ballad Send Me An Angel 4/5(1).
  3. "Send Me an Angel" is a song by Australian band Real Life. The song was released in May as the band's debut single from their debut studio album asinvihysihamnalchkastpiberpemit.co song peaked in the top 10 in Australia and is the band's best-known asinvihysihamnalchkastpiberpemit.co: Synth-pop, new wave.
  4. Sep 10,  · Real Life official video for the Australian release of Send Me An Angel ' The US version was a reworking of the video where they edited out original.
  5. Real Life are an Australian new wave and synth-pop band who achieved international chart success with their singles "Send Me an Angel" and "Catch Me I'm Falling".Both singles appeared on their debut album, Heartland, released in The band originally consisted of David Sterry (lead vocals and guitar), Richard Zatorski (violin and keyboard), Alan Johnson (bass), and Danny Simcic (drums).Genres: New wave, synth-pop.
  6. There is more than one artist with the name Real Life. 1. Real Life was a Melbourne-based Australian New Wave band that had hits with its debut single, "Send Me an Angel" () and with "Catch Me, I'm Falling" (), both of which were featured on the band's debut album Heartland ().
  7. "Send Me an Angel" is a song by Australian band Real Life. The song was released in May as the band's debut single from their debut studio album Heartland. The song peaked in the top 10 in Australia and is the band's best-known song. This version peaked in early in the US at No. 29 on the Billboard Hot chart.
  8. Pop Songs; Breaking and Entering; Digital Song Sales; All Weekly Charts; YEAR-END. Year-End Hot Songs; Year-End Billboard Albums; Year-End .
  9. The group had one other Top record, "Catch Me I'm Falling", it entered the Top the week after "Send Me An Angel" fell off the chart, and on April 29th, it peaked at #40 {for 1 week} * And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, a other Australian band, INXS, had a 'Send' record on the Top in , "I Send A Message", it.

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