Very successful British synthpop duo: Annie Lennox (b. December 25, 1954, Aberdeen, UK) and David A. Stewart (b. September 9, 1952, Sunderland, UK). They first recorded together as members of new wave band The Catch (2) who would change their name to The Tourists and enjoy two UK top ten hits in early 1980, but disband before the year was out. In 1981, Lennox and Stewart made their debut as Eurythmics (they were particularly adamant that the name was a single word and definitely NOT "The Eurythmics"), though they struggled to gain recognition at first, only breaking through with their sixth single "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)". This was the turning point of their career, and they continued to be one of the leading synth groups throughout the eighties. After a long period of solo activities in the early and mid-90s Eurythmics re-united for one album and charity world tour in 1999 and in 2004 for the release of extended, remastered and repacked editions of their previous albums and a second hits compilation. Eurythmics released one song (b-side of "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" by Annie Lennox & Al Green) under the alias "The Spheres Of Celestial Influence", a name considered before naming themselves Eurythmics.

Note: There are combined audio & video masters for Savage, Greatest Hits and Ultimate Collection.

Eurythmics Discography


PL 25377 Eurythmics In The Garden (Album) RCA, RCA PL 25377 Germany 1981 Sell This Version
40 597-7 Eurythmics Touch (Album) RCA, RCA 40 597-7 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
NK 71471 Eurythmics Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) (Album) RCA, RCA NK 71471 UK & Europe 1983 Sell This Version
PCD1-5371 Eurythmics 1984 (For The Love Of Big Brother) (Album) Virgin PCD1-5371 US 1984 Sell This Version
CPK1-5086 Eurythmics Touch Dance (Album) RCA CPK1-5086 US 1983 Sell This Version
PCD1-5429 Eurythmics Be Yourself Tonight (Album) RCA PCD1-5429 US 1985 Sell This Version
171985 Eurythmics The Hot Ones With Dave Roberts(LP, Promo) Rko Radio Networks 171985 US 1985 Sell This Version
AJL1-5847 Eurythmics Revenge (Album) RCA, RCA AJL1-5847 Canada 1986 Sell This Version
none Eurythmics Savage (Album) RCA, RCA none UK 1986 Sell This Version
SLPXL 37455 Eurythmics We Too Are One (Album) RCA, RCA SLPXL 37455 Hungary 1989 Sell This Version
74321171454 Eurythmics Live 1983 - 1989 (Album, MiniAlbum, Comp) RCA, Bertelsmann Music Group 74321171454 Australasia 1993 Sell This Version
74321695622 Eurythmics Peace (Album) RCA, BMG, RCA, BMG 74321695622 Singapore 1999 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

RCAT 68, PC 5353 Eurythmics Never Gonna Cry Again (Single) RCA, RCA RCAT 68, PC 5353 UK 1981 Sell This Version
RCA 115 Eurythmics Belinda(7", Single) RCA RCA 115 UK 1981 Sell This Version
RCA 199, PB 5468 Eurythmics This Is The House (Single) RCA, RCA RCA 199, PB 5468 UK 1982 Sell This Version
PW-13629 Eurythmics Love Is A Stranger (Single, Maxi) RCA, RCA PW-13629 Canada 1982 Sell This Version
RCAT 230, PC 5498 Eurythmics The Walk (Single) RCA, RCA RCAT 230, PC 5498 UK 1982 Sell This Version
PC 68128 Eurythmics Right By Your Side (Single, Maxi) RCA, RCA PC 68128 Spain 1983 Sell This Version
DAT3, PC68076, DAT 3, PC 68075 Eurythmics Who's That Girl? (Single, Maxi) RCA, RCA DAT3, PC68076, DAT 3, PC 68075 UK 1983 Sell This Version
JH-13533 Eurythmics Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) (Single, Maxi) RCA, RCA JH-13533 US 1982 Sell This Version
JW-13848 Eurythmics The First Cut (Single) RCA JW-13848 US 1983 Sell This Version
JPB 6711 MKAS 387 40, JPB 6711 MKAS 387 98 Eurythmics / Nathalie Eurythmics / Nathalie - Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) / My Love Won' t Let You Down(7", Jukebox) RCA, RCA JPB 6711 MKAS 387 40, JPB 6711 MKAS 387 98 Italy 1983 Sell This Version
104360 Eurythmics Sexcrime (Nineteen Eighty • Four) (Single, Maxi) Virgin 104360 Australia 1984 Sell This Version
PC 68142 Eurythmics Here Comes The Rain Again (Single, Maxi) RCA PC 68142 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
JB-14015, PB-14015 Eurythmics Julia (Single) Virgin, Virgin JB-14015, PB-14015 US 1984 Sell This Version

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August 16, 2004
edited over 11 years ago
Electro pop pioneers without a doubt - early LPs included razorsharp singles and superb album-only tracks such as "No Fear, No Hate, No Pain (No Broken Hearts)" (a personal fave) and "This City Never Sleeps". However as the 80's progressed their stadium anthem/"we're REAL musicians, we can rock too!" tendency gradually took over (archtypical 80's band fate, that), and manifested itself in one of the worst songs ever recorded by anyone, "Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves".

I don't know what Dave has been up to since and I don't care, Annie however recorded "Love Song For A Vampire", which was bloody fantastic, and some other things. Go girl.


April 14, 2004
The group as obscure as they became legendary. Operating with eclectic tention bound to perfection, the duo produced a stunning body of work, of which their ealry albums, singles and b-sides testify the strength and the beauty of their pulse. Pre-dating house and techno beats, mixing new wave into rock, flirting with funk, jazz, calipso and gospel, this dynamic duo still receives a deserved welcome everytime you put their music on.

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