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listen  7. Pictures Of You (Album Version) 4:34$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen  8. In My Dreams (Album Version) 4:10$0.99  Buy MP3 
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 19, 1996)
  • Original Release Date: 1984
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Mod Afw
  • ASIN: B000000OXQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,705 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Hailing from California, Berlin's early music was flavored with early '80s Europop. At the end of their career, the original lineup fragmented, and the band changed musical directions so completely, it rendered the group nearly invisible. Love Life fell in the middle, and represents Berlin's career peak, musically and commercially. Pop rock sex kitten Terri Nunn keeps it quiet during most of the album. Ballads "When We Make Love" and "For All Tomorrow's Lies" hover in a dreamy perk. Chart topping finale "No More Words" is an unforgiving rage channeled through Nunn's powerful pipes. --Beth Bessmer

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So, I decided to listen to it, and I'm glad I did.
Fred Adams
What can I say, I love Terri Nunn's voice, the lead singer for Berlin!!
Raymond L. Standard
As it turns out, I had "Pleasure Victim" and this album, "Love Life."
James Choma

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Todd W. G. Johnson on April 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I remember when this album came out, back in 1984. I used to have to listen to it in private, due to the then-taboo subject matter it contained. It was always such a guilty pleasure (though tame by today's standards) which still sounds just as fresh and invigorating as ever (and is mixed rather well-complete with some excellent stereo effects).
It opens with the mysterious "When we Make Love", which sets the stage for the wonderful production that follows. This track is about a woman who brings various men home for love-making sessions, and videotapes the events so that she can "remember all you whisper" and "see you on the screen forever". A concept that was way ahead of its time (for a pop tune). The reason the music still sounds fresh, in my opinion, is because it effectively blends dreamy synths, slashing guitars, powerful live and programmed drums which add up to a winning combination. Topped with the beautiful Terri Nunn's perfect vocals-this is Berlin at their finest.
In this sophmore effort, Ms. Nunn effectively displays her maturity and proves that she has become a rather strong vocalist. "Touch", "Dancing in Berlin", "Pictures of You", "No More Words" and "Lost in the Crowd" are energy-laced uptempo numbers which inspire your hooves into a frenzy, while the rest of the CD sends you on a soothing, relaxing (yet never dull) journey through some of the various shadings of life's pleasures and troubles. "Now it's My Turn" (with brilliant lyrics portraying love as a metaphor for crime) and "In My Dreams" (a wonderful song about lucid dreaming/fantasizing about being with an otherwise unavailable partner "You could spend the night with me and never know you were here/in my dreams") especially display John Crawford's songwriting talents (where is he now, by the way?).
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James Choma VINE VOICE on February 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
After seeing Berlin on VH1's "Band's Reunited," I had to dig through my old tapes to see what I had on this great band. As it turns out, I had "Pleasure Victim" and this album, "Love Life."
I put on "Love Life" and was amazed at how good the music still sounded. It's hard for me to believe this album and its predecesor were released 20+ years ago; it still sounds fresh! And Terri Nunn's voice... man, I was reminded what a great voice she had. On every song, from the pop hits ("No More Words") to the ballads ("Fall), her voice is picture perfect.
Speaking of "Fall," I'd have to say this has become my favorite song on the album. It's not a song that many people single out on this album, but I feel it deserves merit. John Crawford's lyrics flow like poetry when sung by Terri Nun:
"Colors all around;
Smile, cry, then laugh out loud
Feel the autumn breeze
Come alive..."
But now I see it's out of print??!! C'mon. Well, at least there are some good deals on Amazon.com out there as far as used CDs are concerned.
If you've never heard Berlin before, this is a good album to start out with. You'll get hits like "No More Words," "For All Tomorrow's Lies," "Dancing in Berlin," and "When We Make Love," as well as hidden gems like "Fall." Whether you're in an 80's mood or just want something "new" to listen to, this is a great place to start.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on February 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Love Life finds Berlin honing their brand of upbeat synth New Wave into something more polished, and it's an improvement, although there aren't any songs that are risque as their notorious single from Pleasure Victim.
The raciest song by far is the leading one, "When We Make Love," from the POV of a stripper or performer in a risque act, or maybe a starlet in a triple-X movie. If it's the latter, that's quite a twist, as she labels the viewer as her fantasy. I detect influences from Blondie's "Atomic" here.
The extramarital affair on "Touch" tells it from the woman's POV, where she learns that her date's married, and asks him if he'll remember her, only not to hear from him. The casualness of the affair is given when she says "You can take me home and tear my clothes off." The rapid-fire synths and blaring guitar is something Quarterflash would appropriate on "Walking On Ice" on their Back Into Blue. One of the best songs here. A similar tempo and sound can be found on "Pictures Of You"
"Beg, Steal Or Borrow" is notable for having a synth rhythm which may have been taken from "Boogie Shoes" with a rhythm guitar like "Every Breath you Take."
Another standout tune comes with "Now It's My Turn." What does Nunn have to say about a lover who's deserted here: "Now it's my turn/You hurt me then/I'll never let you hurt me again." A further warning to the perpetrator: "Don't think you'll get away/The pain has just begun." This was included on their greatest hits album.
Giorgio Moroder's association with Berlin began here, as he and Richie Zito produced two songs.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Erica Anderson on January 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Having been a product of the '80s, I will always have a soft spot for the music that came out of that decade. Well most of it anyways. I grew up on new wave music. Unknowingly, I was getting my first taste of music that influence the goth scene by such bands like Depeche Mode and Erasure. Another favorite new wave band that I have always adored is Berlin. I loathed that treacly ballad that Terri Nunn and the gang did for the "Top Gun" soundtrack but otherwise I loved their brand of synth-pop. "No More Words" is by far my favorite song of theirs. I can never tire listening to that particular song. Although it is in dire need of a remastering job, "Love Life" still holds up quite well twenty years later. It is one of my personal favorite new wave albums. The songs are just incredibly catchy, especially on tracks like "Beg, Steal, or Borrow" and "When We Make Love". Think Depeche Mode with female vocals. Yeah some of the lyrics are corny but I still love them. Gotta love the '80s for all the cheesiness that it produced.
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