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Way way back when I started to track on my PC, my pal Curtis from grade school handed me a tape of Real Life's Send Me an Angel single and asked me if I could do a cover. Sure, I thought, I had done a few other tunes and I could handle that. But alas, I was 13 and easily frustrated, so I soon tabled it for later.
I recently got the song stuck in my head again after hearing a cover somewhere, probably on Youtube, so I poked around on Wikipedia and made a quick visit to the Real Life website. I saw they were still releasing music and there was a recent (within the last few months, anyway) blog post and scrolled down to find a "hey, email us" post. To my delight, I found out that Mr. David Sterry does indeed check the box.
So, this tune combines two trends I've been a part of...one of them being that I do covers for friends' requests and the other being that I have been able to contact artists while working on their covers. And now I'm able to fulfill that gradeschool promise and you can vicariously relive those moments of what went through my head as a kid listening to this on the air.
Beyond Curtis and David, this tune is secondarily dedicated to people that dig arps.
track released June 21, 2010
Original: Real Life - Send Me an Angel
Please attribute Inverse Phase and Real Life (Sterry/Zatorski) with a link if you use this track.
Into anime? Similar to my pop mix albums, here's a great collection of 20(!) tracks from anime openings and credit sequences on the Famicom/NES, featuring a bunch of different expansion chips. Inverse Phase
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