Eternal Youth League
Eternal Youth League was one of several side projects by Deitiphobia frontman Wally Shaw. Eternal Youth League only released one song, "Can It Really Be", which was included on the SLAVA Compilation compilation. The sound of this song has been described as a danceable synth-pop similar to the Pet Shop Boys or Erasure.

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Comments about Eternal Youth League
One of the greatest songs ever. We had it played at our wedding 13 years ago.

Comment posted by Fred Pauly on Friday, May 04, 2012 at 08:05 PM
One of the greatest songs ever. We had it played at our wedding 13 years ago.

Comment posted by Fred Pauly on Thursday, June 14, 2012 at 08:01 PM
I was just listening to this recently and thought "man I wonder if this is Wally singing". I had no clue 20 years ago when I first heard this that it was him.

Comment posted by Kit on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 08:21 PM
We had "Can It Really Be" played at our wedding 20 years ago. It is a truly moving song. It almost seems it was a filler song to complete a full cd, since the "Band" never really existed, but I'll take it. It's sad to see what's become of Wally/Franky. I'm sure he still knows God deep in his marrow, he probably doesn't realize it, but it's his choice. It's a choice he should not take flippantly. I know he will never see this comment, but there are people out there still praying that he has a change of heart. Rediscover that spark of life that only God through His Son Jesus can freely give. Song review and a preach...Awesome!

Comment posted by Brian on Thursday, May 09, 2013 at 03:09 PM
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