Eurythmics ‎– We Too Are One

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PL 74251, PL74251 Eurythmics We Too Are One(LP, Album) RCA, RCA PL 74251, PL74251 UK & Europe 1989 Sell This Version
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PL 74251 Eurythmics We Too Are One(LP, Album) RCA PL 74251 Canada 1989 Sell This Version
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PL 74251 Eurythmics We Too Are One(LP, Album) RCA PL 74251 Spain 1989 Sell This Version
150.7013 Eurythmics We Too Are One(LP, Album, Promo) RCA Victor 150.7013 Brazil 1989 Sell This Version
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74321 20898 2 Eurythmics We Too Are One(CD, Album, RE) RCA, BMG 74321 20898 2 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
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19075811671 Eurythmics We Too Are One(10xFile, MP3, 320) RCA 19075811671 UK & Europe 2018
19075811671 Eurythmics We Too Are One(10xFile, WAV, 24 ) RCA 19075811671 UK & Europe 2018
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johnsixx1973

johnsixx1973

November 19, 2018
referencing We Too Are One, LP, Album, RE, RM, 19075811671
The download code for this release doesn't work it gives you the album Peace instead of We Too Are One.
mungochubb

mungochubb

March 19, 2018
referencing We Too Are One, LP, Album, PL 74251, PL74251

Hi,
does anybody else have a simular copy like mine or can at least confirm that my copy belongs here?
Matrix / Runout (Runout, A-side): PL 74251-A1 MASTERDISK DMM 030 DMC-9369 A-1 II
Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-side): PL 74251-B MASTERDISK DMM 030 DMC-9369 B-1 II
( the "1" after 74251-A and B is on the opposite side)

cheers,
Stephen
Crijevo

Crijevo

June 17, 2013
edited over 2 years ago
referencing We Too Are One, LP, Album, PL 74251, PL74251
A Eurythmics new album was always an object of anticipation. 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...

While "Be Yourself Tonight" and "Revenge" did demonstrate stunning balance between techno and rock respectively, the stadium effect and the omnipresent breaking America ambitions definitely affected Dave and Annie's point of view, and "We Too Are One" sadly suffered as a result. Things all of a sudden turned out sounding like second-rate, predictable (and dated) pop-rock ("King & Queen Of America" without Lennox's gorgeous voice is practically a very lame ZZ Top-track!). Of course, like with each previous album, Eurythmics still showed their professional side and delivered a collection of decent proportions - which is well worth admiration but also a reflection of cracks that began to show. Both sound musically potent but so distant and un-together. And I remember them announcing this album via MTV during late '89, with "Revival" being the track of choice to carry out the promotional side of the campaign. While nowhere near as bad, "Revival" suddenly provoked this indifference in me - Eurythmics all of a sudden didn't create the thrill. The sound was there and this was a well-conceived (or better, calculated) radio-hit, but the lyrics and the overall impression was just ordinary, plain, mediocre pop-rock.

Annie already had her solo excursions previously (with Robert Görl and Al Green), which finally reflected in a strong solo-debut "Diva", while Dave somehow demonstrated with his post-Eurythmics solo-work ("Spiritual Cowboys" and soundtrack for "De Cassiere" aka "Lily Was Here") where all the rock-doodling comes from. Considering his production and otherwise efforts put in Eurythmics' best, it was truly disappointing to hear how boring his solo outing was comparing to that of Lennox's. Of course "Lily Was Here" is a nice transitional instrumental duet with Candy Dulfer on par with "We Too Are One" - practically, the soundtrack can be considered an extended leg of Eurythmics' 80s farewell LP. For a successful duo fighting its own battles to survive in an endless sea of sharks and little fish, this is still a triumph. Gems like "Don't Ask Me Why", "You Hurt Me (And I Hate You)", "Sylvia" and "Angel" do make this album worth possessing. The rest of the material however, despite its contagious sing-alongs, marks a certain downfall in Eurythmics songbook - entirely pathetic (if not patronising) lament of "When the Day Goes Down", the foolishness of "(My My) Baby's Gonna Cry", the American dream of "King & Queen Of America" or the confusing rhyme in "How Long" (a stunning song actually, but "A ship of fools in a crazy choir, is gonna take you home and light your fire"?!).
djrichmatthews

djrichmatthews

August 15, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing We Too Are One, Cass, Album, PK 74251

Despite the irony in the album's title, the album's cover image shows quite clearly where Eurythmics where at the time this album came out - both of them on the cover, but physicallly separate from one another (Annie in the foreground on the front cover with Dave in the back, and Dave in the foreground on the back cover with Annie in the back) - they were still a pair but ready to head their separate ways.

Unfortunately, the album reflects that energy (or lack of?) and Dave and Annie sound like they know the music scene is changing and their ready to let it go. Even on the album's only real saving grace, "Revival" - a gospel flavoured synth-pop number that as good as it is - finds Annie (and Deve) holding back her soul - : Towards the end of the song she as libs as if singing to a potential mate: "Hey Superman... You look so dirty, you look so mean... just like James Brown..." but it comes across as an overly-blatant attempt to infuse the at that time extremely popular use of James Brown's name (in samples elsewhere, here as a reference) to establish 'soul credibility.' But Annie, you and Dave were the only ones who could pull off a duet with Aretha Franklin and walk away from it having performed on par with the Queen Of Soul... you didn't need to prove anything to anybody.