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PC-RenoiseSend me an Angel

Author: flag Oliwerko (Oliver Meres)

Uploaded By: flagOliwerko

Song Length: 5:14
Release Year: 2010
Song Status: Active
Song Bitrate: 256 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Source: Remix
Song Platform: PlatformPC-Renoise

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heimorgelspieler

Loved that song back in the 80s

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heimorgelspieler

Loved that song back in the 80s

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This song contains samples from the video game "Thief 2: The Metal Age". During the mission "Life of the party", the player encounters a group of guards talking about a Lady Van Vernon. Her loyal archers at her place in southern Dayport consider her, "A saint among mortal women. An angel so pure the heavens couldn't hold her!" But the archers of Master Willey on the opposite of the street accuse her of being a whore, stating, "Your Lady, an 'angel?' You're lucky the Dockside whorekeeps aren't bashing down her door for stealing their clientele. Why, just last night, I saw her out back, warming up the stable-boy."