Lifetime (Real Life album)

Lifetime is the third studio album by the Australian band Real Life. The album is the first release by the band without co-founder Richard Zatorski involvement.[1] The tracks "God Tonight" and "Kiss the Ground" reached the Modern Rock and Dance charts in the United States.

Lifetime
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Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 1990
RecordedMetropolis Audio, Melbourne
Hothouse Audio
GenreElectronic
LabelCurb Records
ProducerSteve Hillage, Real Life
Real Life chronology
Let's Fall in Love
(1989)
Lifetime
(1990)
Happy
(1997)
Singles from Lifetime
  1. "God Tonight"
    Released: September 1990
  2. "Kiss the Ground"
    Released: November 1990

ReceptionEdit

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic     [1]

Tomas Mureika from AllMusic believed the album was "better than much of the pop music out at the time, it feels too much like a commercial product rather than a labor of passion like Heartland or Flame." adding ""Kiss the Ground" "Push of Love" and "Let's Start a Fire" are all perfectly solid synth pop songs—but, alas, the era of synth pop was over by 1990 and Sterry had yet to discover the type of music that would ultimately make Real Life great again."[1]

Track listingEdit

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."God Tonight"Danny Simcic5:13
2."Kiss the Ground"David Sterry, Steve Williams3:37
3."5-4-3-2-1" 5:41
4."Rescue Me"Sterry, Williams, Dennis Lambert6:56
5."Sister Sister"Sterry, Williams4:22
6."Push of Love" (featuring French Mistress of the High Priest of Bongo, Miquette Giraudy)Sterry, Williams8:35
7."Torture to Me"Sterry, Williams5:48
8."Let's Start a Fire"Sterry, Williams4:37
9."Do It Again"Allan Johnson, Simcic4:05
10."Lifetime"Sterry, Williams4:15

Release historyEdit

Country Date Format Label Catalogue
Australia October 1990 RCA Records VPCD 6835
United States of America 1990
  • Compact Disc
  • Cassette
Curb Records D2-77271

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Mureika, Tomas. "Lifetime – Heartland". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 17 October 2018.