Check out these twenty memorable, high-quality tunes and hear for yourself just why the "Eurythmics" are considered to be one of the best and most popular Pop Duos in Music History.
Headlined by Annie Lennox, lyricist and vocals, & Dave Stewart, guitarist and composer, the "Eurythmics", with their unique, unmistakable "synth-pop" sound, never failed to deliver some truly outstanding rock'n'roll melodies throughout the 1980s.
Three of my very favorite songs are - Here Comes The Rain Again, Miracle Of Love, and Don't Ask Me Why. (*Watch music-video*)
At the height of their success - Eurythmics were phenomenally popular on both sides of the Atlantic. This British, synthpop, new wave, dance-rock music duo consisted of members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart. The duo formed in 1980 in London.
Their first album, In the Garden, was released in 1981 to little fanfare, but they went on to achieve global success with their second album Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), released in 1983. The title track was a worldwide hit, topping the charts in various countries, including Canada and the US. The duo went on to release a string of hit singles and albums before they split up in 1990.
As first-rate recording artists - Eurythmics have won numerous music awards, including a Grammy. To date - Eurythmics' records have sold an estimated 75 million copies, worldwide.
This "Greatest Hits" CD consists of 18 tracks in all which were recorded by Eurythmics in the years from 1982-1989. Four of my favourites here are - Here Comes The Rain Again, Miracle Of Love, Thorn In My Side, and Beethoven.... (*Watch music-video*)
The band would be better served by an album length compilation focusing on their early eighties prime. The singles from the later eighties do little more than pad the length of this nearly 80 minute compilation.
After seeing the 'Sweet Dreams' music video, I put a black mask on my cow (so you couldn't identify him), and walked him around my dinning room table. Yeah.
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