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We Too Are One

12 Nov. 2005 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 8 Nov. 2005
  • Release Date: 12 Nov. 2005
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Total Length: 1:10:29
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  • ASIN: B001GU54BS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,476 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By TIMSJEL on 22 Nov. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I must say that back in 1989 when this "their last" album came out it was a bit of a let down for me at first because I thought it was a bit too mainstream a sound for that eclectic technic popact that brought us the wonderfully original'n weird "Savage"- and "Touch"album.Now that I have become wiser and milder (as smart folks do when they get older)I accept the album for what it is, a melancholy white soul album with very overtly personal lyrics this time and no "personifications". If you want to know how Dave and Annie felt at that particular time:" Bitter sweet and blue" And with that flavour it was a welcome prelude to the staggering "Diva" album.Already immaculately produced by Dave S. back in the day (he went on to give his crystal clear production skills to great voices like Sinead O. and Anastacia); now remastered with the most unmissable bonustracks (It was them I heard at a friends house and I knew I had to have 'em!)of all the recent remasters, especially the choir version of "Angel"; if you want to give your Christmas an original soundtrack.(And if one holiday is in dire need of such...)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By 12stringbassist VINE VOICE on 28 Jan. 2008
Format: Audio CD
As opposed to 'gone'. This Eurythmics album sees the band veering further away from cold, icy electropop towards their latterday glossier pop. The album is not without a degree humour and irony from the duo; King and Queen of America bristles with sarcasm about a country with no royalty of their own except a few media figures of transitory value, while having one of the groups most beautiful tunes. Don't ask me why and Angel are immense lush, sad ballads. You Hurt Me (And I Hate You) and My My Baby's Gonna Cry are formulaic, bitter brooding songs about relationship, while Revival points to the band's predeliction for great stomping Motown and Stax sould sounds. Overall at this period in their career, the group always presented such a wide ranging selection of songs in greatly differing styles to make it harder to get bored with their albums.

The new edition of the album is graced by the inclusion of a great version of The Smiths' Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me, as well as alternate versions of a couple of racks released as singles.

The mastering on the album is exemplary and remarkably, it hasn't dated a bit, primarily because so many of the songs on it were singles and will remain familiar to listeners. Absolutely recomended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 16 Feb. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Eurythmics bowed out in 1989 with this accomplished pop album, full of their usual strong hooks and poetic lyrics. The farewell feeling is very tangible throughout the album, especially so on the rousing but sad King and Queen of America (... "the king of nothing/and the queen of pain ...") and the atmospheric When The Day Goes Down with its beautiful lyric about compassion for the weak. Don't Ask Me Why and Angel made the charts in the UK and are the more immediately accessible tracks here. Not quite as brilliant as "Savage," "Be Yourself Tonight" or "Revenge," this is nevertheless still a strong album which all Eurythmics fans will appreciate.
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A Eurythmics new album was always an object of anticipation. As a kid I devoured "Touch" and "Sweet Dreams", and was very thrilled knowing about other albums that happen to appear later on - "1984" (which was probably the least appealing to me at the time due its confrontational, dark overtones) and especially "Be Yourself Tonight". Then along came "Revenge" and of course, the pinnacle of their creativity, "Savage" - the latter ticked-off by most critics but deservedly loved and respected by the fans (myself included). Sadly, anticipation wasn't the term I can use regarding "We Too Are One". After "Savage", this one was the unexpected let-down. Many novelties happened at the time (take one Shakespear's Sister to start with), and Eurythmics' new album simply didn't succeed offering any new tricks under the hat, with white rabbits already dispersed around, leaving Annie and Dave heavily contrasted and blurred away from each other. In their 1990 video compilation called "Beyond the Groove", Annie and Dave are filmed having an argument over Dave's working methods, Annie clearly expressing her frustration by throwing things at him (and while this could be acting, the whole scene seems far too real to deny they became quite sick of eachother at that stage).

In retrospect, how I wish Eurythmics weren't as ambitious, signing their (inevitable) capitulation to rock. Their catalogue always showed a stunning experimental side (especially considering their involvement with many post-punk outcasts and the like), which proves Eurythmics were much more of an unconventional pop-unit willing to flirt with the avant-garde...
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By Beefer28 VINE VOICE on 19 Nov. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I love the eurythmics and while a lot of fans would strongly disagree with me, i find this the most accesible of thier albums and a personal faverite of mine. I have most of thier stuff and love it all but i really connect with the whole of this album. My fave songs are the opening rocky We Two are one, the fantastic King and Queen of America, the tear jerking miracle of love, the sweet Slyvia and the hard edged you hurt me (and i hate you) this album rocks!
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