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Do You Want To Break Up? - Eurythmics - Savage

Label: RCA - RPL-8390 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Synth-pop
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It is a companion video to their music album of the same name. The decision to create a video album to accompany the record was based upon the fact that the band did not want to embark on another full length tour that year having completed the worldwide "Revenge Tour" some months earlier.

Another factor influencing the project may have been the band Blondie of whom Lennox was a huge fanwho made a similar video album for their LP Eat to the Beatwhich also featured a The Eye Of The Tiger - Gloria Gaynor - Gloria Gaynor of straight performance as well as more conceptual clips.

Dave Stewart 's only prominent appearances on the video album are limited to three tracks and some archive concert footage in a fourth though these particular clips do not appear to be directly related to the recurring theme. The running order of the tracks on the video album differ from that of the original album, making for a more cohesive concept piece.

The majority of the video album was directed by Sophie Mullerand the individual video clips largely but not exclusively focus upon Annie Lennox interpreting the madonna-whore complex in the form Do You Want To Break Up? - Eurythmics - Savage a neurotic mousey housewife and an extroverted blonde vamp, and are steeped in metaphorical Do You Want To Break Up? - Eurythmics - Savage and subtext. Lennox would go on to make another thematic video album for her solo album Divaagain directed by Muller.

At the beginning of the video for "Wide-Eyed Girl", an untitled s-style song is performed by Eurythmics and heard over a radio. The same song is heard over the end credits for the video album. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Annie Just About Time - Johnny Cash - Greatest! David A.

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  1. Eurythmics - Do You Want To Break Up? Lyrics. Yeah, oh yeah, yeah Do you want to break up? I've got a heavy heart Got heart filled full of lead Pocket full of heartache (Car crash in my.
  2. Eurythmics - Listen to Eurythmics on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends. Dave Stewart had already been in various bands - notably folk-rockers Longdancer - .
  3. Watch the video for Do You Want To Break Up? from Eurythmics's Savage for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  4. Eurythmics are my all time favorite band with Duran Duran a close second. Savage is (in my opinion) their best effort to date and love every song (except ironically "Savage")on the album. I was also very lucky to get the VHS video album when it first came out. One can only hope that they'll one day release it on DVD or Blu-ray/5(73).
  5. Eurythmics were a British music duo consisting of members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart, now disbanded but known to reunite from time to time. Stewart and Lennox were both previously in the bands The Catch and The Tourists.
  6. Savage is the sixth studio album by the British pop music duo Eurythmics. It was released on 9 November by RCA Records. The album peaked at no.7 in the UK and was certified Platinum by the BPI for sales in excess of , copies/5(22).

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