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There's this song by Zeromancer called "Send me an Angel", I downloaded it after I heard a different song by them on SS, and the song sounds very familiar...was it in a movie or something? If so, which?

It's kind of stumped me.

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The original was done back around 89 I'm guessing by a band called Real Life, as far as in a soundtrack, I'm not quite sure.

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Actually Real Life has done the song twice - they originally did it around '84 or so. They broke up, reformed and did a "Send Me an Angel '89" version. Purr Machine does a pretty decent cover of it as well.

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Ah, thanks for the correction, I thought they had done it earlier, but was too lazy to go check.

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That's something new I've learned...maybe it was by them when I had heard it.

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When I first heard that song I thought I had heard it somewhere before too. Well if anything I'd suggest buying some zeromancer cds. they have them on amazon and all. I can't seem to find them in local racord stores so i got them off amazon. many other great songs.
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Yeah...I never have money though. I should go to amazon and check through their mp3 downloads...they should have a few songs there by them I would think. But I'd still like to know what movie it was off of...

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Ah, figured it out. The song cover by "Real Live" was in the movies, "Rad", "Teen Wolf, Too", and "The Wizard". I think I heard it from "The Wizard" if I am not mistaken.

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I don't think amazon has any of their songs in their downloads section but you can go here to listen to every song of all their albums http://www.zeromancer.com/zentral.html simply go to bio then click on discography and walla' you have all the songs at your fingertips
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Yeah...they don't. Thanks a lot n_joy :)

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ya thanks thats cool




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