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Duringthe duo retreated to Chalk Farm in London and used a bank loan to establish a small 8-track studio above a picture framing factory, giving them freedom to record without having to pay expensive studio fees.
They began to employ much more electronics in their music, collaborating with Raynard Faulkner and Adam Williams, recording many tracks in the studio and playing live using various line-up permutations. Although their mode of operation had given them the creative freedom they desired, commercial success still eluded them and the responsibility of personally running so many of their affairs down to transporting their own stage equipment took its toll.
Lennox apparently suffered at least one nervous breakdown during this period, while Stewart was hospitalised with a collapsed lung. Eurythmics' commercial breakthrough came with their second album, Sweet Dreams Are Made of Thisreleased in January The successful title track featured a dark and powerful sequenced synth bass line and a dramatic video that introduced the now orange crew-cut Lennox to audiences.
The song reached No. The band's fortunes changed immensely from this moment on, and Lennox quickly became a pop icon, gracing the covers of numerous magazines including Rolling Stone. Their previous single, "Love Is a Stranger", was also re-released and became another chart success. The video for the song saw Lennox in many different character guises, a concept she would employ in various subsequent videos.
The duo quickly recorded a follow-up album, Touchwhich was released in November It became the duo's first No. However, Radford later said that the music had been "foisted" on his film against his wishes, and that Virgin had replaced most of Dominic Muldowney 's original orchestral score with the Eurythmics soundtrack including the song " Julia ", which was heard during the end credits.
Nevertheless, the record was presented as "music derived from the original score of Eurythmics for the Michael Radford film version of Orwell's ". Eurythmics Eurythmics - Would I Lie To You? (Acetate) that they had been misled by the film's producers as well,  and the album was withdrawn from the market for a period while matters were litigated.
The duo's next album, Be Yourself Tonightwas produced in a week in Paris. Almost a dozen other musicians were enlisted, including members of Tom Petty 's Heartbreakersguest harmonica from Stevie Wonderbass guitar from Dean Garciastring arrangements by Michael Kamen, and Lennox singing duets with Aretha Franklin and Elvis Costello, Eurythmics - Would I Lie To You?
(Acetate). It continued the duo's transatlantic chart domination inand contained four hit singles: " Would I Lie to You? Eurythmics released their next album, Revengein The band went on a massive worldwide tour in support of the album, and a live concert video from the Australian leg of the tour was released.
InLennox and Stewart released the album Savage. This saw a fairly radical change within the group's sound, being based mainly around programmed samples and drum loops Lennox would later say that where Revenge was more of a Stewart album in sound, Savage was more of a Lennox one. Lyrically the songs showed an even darker, more obsessive side to Lennox's writing.
A video album was also made, directed by Sophie Mullerwith a video for each song. This was largely a concept piece, following characters portrayed by Lennox, specifically one of a frustrated housewife-turned-vamp as exemplified in " Beethoven I Love to Listen To ", a UK top 30 hit . Much less commercial than the two previous albums, Savage was mostly ignored in the US, although rock radio in more progressive markets supported "I Need a Man".
In the duo's native UK however, the album was a top 10 success and was certified Platinum. Accompanying the album, the duo conducted their Revival world tour from 8 September to 25 January After strenuous years of touring and recording Eurythmics had released eight studio albums in eight yearsa rift had developed between the duo and Eurythmics disbanded, although no formal notice was given.
Stewart began writing film soundtracks and had a big international hit in with the instrumental track " Lily Was Here " Eurythmics - Would I Lie To You? (Acetate) saxophonist Candy Dulfer. The single reached No. He also formed a band called The Spiritual Cowboysreleasing two albums with this group in the early s. Lennox took time off from her career to have a baby and to consider a life after Eurythmics.
Accordingly, the duo had very little communication with each other from to Duringa live album entitled Live — featuring recordings from various years throughout Eurythmics' career was also released. InLennox released her first solo album, Diva. The album was a critical and popular success, entering the UK album chart at No.
She followed this up in with her second album, Medusaan album of cover versions. It became her second No. Stewart, meanwhile, released the solo albums Greetings from the Gutterand Sly-Fibut neither was commercially successful. In the late s, Eurythmics reunited and recorded a new album, Peacewhich was released in Eurythmics - Would I Lie To You?
(Acetate) The band also embarked on a world tour, dubbed the "Peacetour", to support the album. All proceeds from the tour went to Greenpeace and Amnesty International. The year saw numerous European festival appearances by Eurythmics at Germany's Rock am Ring, among others.
Inhe collaborated with Bryan Ferry on his album Frantic. In NovemberEurythmics played three songs at the in Cape TownSouth Africa, for which Stewart was one of the primary organisers. On 7 NovemberEurythmics released Ultimate Collectiona remastered greatest hits package with two new songs. One of them, " I've Got a Life ", was released as a single and reached No. Lennox and Stewart appeared on a number of TV shows to promote their new compilation album, which was a Top 5 hit and certified Platinum in the UK.
On 14 Novemberthe duo's label, RCA, re-released their eight studio albums in remastered and expanded editions featuring rare B-sidesremixes and unreleased songs. The remasters were made available separately with expanded artwork, and also together in a collector's box setentitled Boxed. However, the soundtrack album For the Love of Big Brother was not included in this re-release campaign as Virgin Records holds the rights to that album.
Inshe released her first solo "greatest hits" package, The Annie Lennox Collection. The same year, Lennox stated that although she and Stewart remain friends, she does not foresee any further Eurythmics projects in the future.
In an interview with Reuters in SeptemberStewart was quizzed on whether a new Eurythmics album is in the works, to which he replied: "We're not talking about one right now, but never say never", but he was considering a musical centred on the music of Eurythmics. The group played " Would I Lie to You? Grammy Awards. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the musical group.
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