Eurythmics We Too Are One [Bonus Tracks]
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- Released: November 14, 2005
- Originally Released: 2005
- Label: Sony Mod - Afw Line
- 1.We Two Are One
- 2.King and Queen of America
- 3.(My My) Baby's Gonna Cry
- 4.Don't Ask Me Why
- 7.You Hurt Me (And I Hate You)
- 9.How Long?
- 10.When the Day Goes Down
- 12.See No Evil
- 13.King and Queen of America (Dance Remix)
- 14.Angel (Choir Version)
- 15.Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me
Eurythmics: Annie Lennox (vocals); David A. Stewart (guitar, background vocals).
Additional personnel: Pat Seymour (keyboards); Olle Romo (drums); Chucho Merchan (programming); Charlie Wilson (background vocals).
Eurythmics: Dave Stewart (background vocals); Annie Lennox.
Personnel: Dave Stewart (vocals, guitar); Annie Lennox (vocals); Pat Seymour (keyboards); Ollo Romo (drums); Chucho Merch n (programming); Charlie Wilson (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Don Smith ; Bruce Lampcov.
Audio Remasterer: Ian Cooper .
Ironically titled, considering it was the last Eurythmics album for a decade, 1989's WE TOO ARE ONE is a solid farewell from Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox. Rebounding from 1988's somewhat disappointing SAVAGE, the album is a well-produced collection of strong, diverse songs.
Perhaps too diverse; the contrasting musical paths the pair followed after their breakup can be clearly seen here in retrospect. The stomping "We Two Are One" and the Motownish "(My My) Baby's Gonna Cry," prefigure the more R&B-influenced direction of Dave Stewart's Spiritual Cowboys; while the delicate but substantial art-pop of "When the Day Goes Down" and the lyrically blunt "You Hurt Me and I Hate You" (one of two tracks Lennox wrote without Stewart), foreshadow Lennox's solo albums.
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