This is a nicely remastered reissue of Boy Meets Girl's 1998 CD, "Reel Life." It contains all ten of the songs on that original CD, including the top five hit "Waiting For A Star To Fall" and the hit "Bring Down The Moon." Other songs included (since the listing does not have a track list) are "Stormy Love," "Is Anybody Out There In Love," "Stay Forever," "If You Run," "One Sweet Dream," "No Apologies," "Restless Dreamer," and "Someone's Got To Send Out Love." The songs form a sort of concept album about relationships and keeping "the spirit of romance and magic/In living from day to day," as one song says. The original cd was a great masterpiece of late 1980's pop, a fascinating time when almost any type of music, from rap to rock to ballads to singer-songwriters, could make the charts. Most of the songs are straight-ahead pop, and at first listen sound like sweet confections. Listen a little deeper, though, and they are bittersweet and honest, and intensely personal. The instrumentation is fascinating. Synthesizers are used extensively, but there are also plenty of guitars, piano, and even mandolins and other more exotic (to pop, anyway) instruments. Vocals are layered and tightly (and often joyously) arranged. The new remastering brings out the best in the music, and also reduces the harsh, clinical feel of the remastering of the first run back in 1988. The only negative thing I can say about this cd is the budget quality packaging. Gone is the original 8 page book with lyrics, musician and singer information, and acknowledgements. In fact, the new edition doesn't even say who wrote or produced the songs. I'd take off a half star if I could, but the sound is so terrific that I guess my recommendation is, buy this one for the disc itself, and then track down the older, out of print edition for the booklet and liner notes. All in all, a great cd that is well worth the price.