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Reel Life: Expanded Edition
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Album: Reel Life: Expanded Edition
# Song Title   Time
1)    Bring Down the Moon More Info...
2)    Waiting for a Star to Fall More Info...
3)    Stormy Love More Info...
4)    Is Anybody Out There in Love? More Info...
5)    Stay Forever More Info...
6)    If You Run More Info...
7)    One Sweet Dream More Info...
8)    No Apologies More Info...
9)    Restless Dreamer More Info...
10)    Someone's Got to Send Out Love More Info...
11)    Waiting for a Star to Fall (Remix) More Info...
12)    Bring Down the Moon More Info...
13)    One Day More Info...
 
Album: Reel Life: Expanded Edition
# Song Title   Time
1)    Bring Down the Moon More Info...
2)    Waiting for a Star to Fall More Info...
3)    Stormy Love More Info...
4)    Is Anybody Out There in Love? More Info...
5)    Stay Forever More Info...
6)    If You Run More Info...
7)    One Sweet Dream More Info...
8)    No Apologies More Info...
9)    Restless Dreamer More Info...
10)    Someone's Got to Send Out Love More Info...
11)    Waiting for a Star to Fall (Remix) More Info...
12)    Bring Down the Moon More Info...
13)    One Day More Info...
 
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  • Boy Meets Girl's George Merrill and Shannon Rubicam wrote Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know" and "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)," so they understand how important a foundation is to adult contemporary pop -- without something to pull the listener along, the songs become just flash and keyboard flutter, platitudes about love and loss. And while Reel Life suffers a little bit from the over-synthesized instrumentation of its era, Boy Meets Girl more often than not pushed the right melodic buttons on this, their biggest album. "Bring Down the Moon" and "Stay Forever" are particularly strong, while the hit single, "Waiting for a Star to Fall," is just a classic. "Trying to catch your heart is like trying to catch a star" -- the urgency as it drives toward its chorus is a clinic for durable songwriting. (It's no surprise that European house producer Mylo based an entire song around a single phrase from "Waiting for a Star to Fall.") "One Street Dream" and "Is Anybody out There in Love" make good use of Boy Meets Girl's coed vocal setup, and "No Apologies" gives Rubicam a chance to show off about halfway through, right before the too-saccharine sax solo. Reel Life rides that line, pairing its feel for songwriting in a 1970s soft rock style to a synthetic 1980s slickness. But ultimately it's the quality of the songs that wins out, making Reel Life one of the better lite rock entries of the era. ~ Johnny Loftus
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