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Eurythmics - Savage (Remastered) (Lossless, Hi Res 1987/2018)

Дата: 11 июля 2018
Добавил: StasOn11
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  • ИСПОЛНИТЕЛЬ: Eurythmics
  • АЛЬБОМ / НАЗВАНИЕ: Savage (Remastered)
  • ГОД / ДАТА ВЫХОДА: 1987/2018
  • СТРАНА: United Kingdom
  • ТОЧНЫЙ ЖАНР(Ы): Synthpop
  • ЛЕЙБЛ: Sony Music CG
  • ФОРМАТ: FLAC, (tracks) 24 bits, 96 KHz
  • КАЧЕСТВО: Lossless
  • Оф сайт: eurythmicsvideovisionaries.com

  • РЕЙТИНГ: 10 / 8    


Описание альбома

01. Beethoven (I Love To Listen To) (4:54)
02. I've Got A Lover (Back In Japan) (4:32)
03. Do You Want To Break Up (3:46)
04. You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart (3:55)
05. Shame (4:29)
06. Savage (4:13)
07. I Need A Man (4:28)
08. Put The Blame On Me (3:49)
09. Heaven (3:32)
10. Wide Eyed Girl (3:35)
11. I Need You (3:29)
12. Brand New Day (3:48)


Источник (релизер): papa1954

Savage is the seventh album by the British pop music duo Eurythmics, released in 1987.
The album peaked at no.7 in the UK and was certified Platinum by the BPI for sales in excess of 300,000 copies.
Following the much more mainstream commercial content of their previous two albums, Savage saw Eurythmics "turn sharp left" (as band member Dave Stewart put it), returning to the much more experimental sound that their early albums incorporated. Produced in France (recorded at Chateau de Dangu in Normandy and mixed at Grand Armée Studios in Paris), the album made heavy use of the NED Synclavier digital sampling keyboard. The only other musician working on the recordings with Stewart and Annie Lennox was drummer Olle Romo, who handled much of the Synclavier programming. Lennox brought more of a feminist focus to her lyrics which was made more evident by the accompanying video album, which featured a video for each song.
Although the album was not as commercially successful as their previous two albums, in the UK it made the Top 10, produced three UK Top 30 singles, and was certified platinum. It was less successful in the US, where it peaked at no.41. Despite this, Lennox and Stewart themselves stated that Savage is their personal favourite album out of the entire Eurythmics' discography.
On 14 November 2005, Sony BMG repackaged and released most of Eurythmics' back catalogue (including Savage) as Deluxe Edition Reissues. Each of their eight studio albums' original track listings were supplemented with bonus tracks and remixes.

Комментарии (1)

13 июля 2018

Thank you very much


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