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All God's Children / Runaway Horses
Genres: Pop, Rock
Brand new song, the first single from the former Go-Go's vocalist's 1999 compilation 'A Place On Earth - The Greatest Hits'. It's backed with two of her earlier songs, 1989's 'Runaway Horses' & 1991's 'Only A Dream'. Sliml... more »
Brand new song, the first single from the former Go-Go's vocalist's 1999 compilation 'A Place On Earth - The Greatest Hits'. It's backed with two of her earlier songs, 1989's 'Runaway Horses' & 1991's 'Only A Dream'. Slimline jewel case. 1999 release.
Delightful Belinda, Just as Expected
Shane Sampson | Tx | 02/02/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"All God's Children is a terrific work for Belinda. Too bad she isn't able to release it in the US. This CD is a must for all Belinda fans."
njaya | Midwest City, OK United States | 03/03/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This song is a new release off Belinda's import "A Place On Earth-The Greatest Hits." Pure fun is the best way to describe it. Two of its writers are Mark Taylor and Paul Barry who are responsible for writing and producing most of Cher's "Believe" cd. It's not an electronic song like you might expect coming from them, but it could easily fit into her "Runaway Horses" cd. It is a very guitar and hook driven song with positive uplifting lyrics that easily get into your head after the first listen. "All God's children, right or wrong, weak or strong...everyone needs sweet love." The other two tracks on the single are her gorgeous "Runaway Horses" and a song entitled "Only A Dream." The latter was written in 1991 by Belinda and two other writers, one of whom co-wrote "Little Black Book" off the "Live Your Life Be Free" cd. It is included on the bonus disc that comes with some of the imports of "The Greatest Hits." Sadly, it lessens in comparison on this cd with her two other strong works. An absolute must for Belinda Carlisle fans who are looking for something new from her. Hopefully a remix will come soon, because this song tweeked a little could have some of the impact on the dance floor that "Believe" had if placed in the right hands(hint hint: Thunderpuss 2000, Club 69)."