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Reel Life Vol. #1


Download links and information about Reel Life Vol. #1 by Wild Colonials. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:01:17 minutes.

Artist: Wild Colonials
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:01:17
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No. Title Length
1. It's Not Unusal from 'Mr. Wrong' 5:04
2. This Misery from 'Unhook the Stars' 3:53
3. Friend from 'Inertia' 4:09
4. Anything but Love from 'Flirting With Disaster' 2:53
5. The Battle Won from 'Countdown' 4:22
6. Broken Palace for 'Broken Palace' 4:09
7. Cure from 'Cabin By the Lake' 2:54
8. Coy (New Mix) From 'Love's Deadly Triangle' 3:26
9. Route 15 4:30 Am from 'I Shot a Man in Vegas' 3:20
10. If By Chance from 'Southie' 5:23
11. I'm Leaving from 'Silent Hearts' 3:27
12. Day Ditty from 'Frst Love, Last Rites' (featuring Angela McCluskey) 3:54
13. Evil from 'The Motorcycle Gang' 4:28
14. Shadows (Edit) From 'Dead Man's Curve' 3:53
15. Victim (Instrumental) From 'The Last Supper' 6:02



In the somewhat murky world of indie films, cable movies, and short-run features, there exists the beautiful music of the Wild Colonials. The basis of their sound is folk-rock with a British Isles feel. The unforgettable feature here is the distinctive pop voice of Angela McCluskey. The songs collected here brightened scenes in Mr. Wrong, Unhook the Stars, Flirting With Disaster, and others. The Colonels' contemporary roots rock is sophisticated, featuring strong songwriting, multi-instrument arrangements, and McCluskey's dynamic lyrics. Cyndi Lauper, Dr. John, and Shudder to Think guest on this album. There are a few covers here, and it is well worth hearing their new incarnations of "Brokedown Palace" (Grateful Dead) and Muddy Waters' "Evil."