Eurythmics were a new wave duo from the United Kingdom, currently disbanded but known to reunite from time to time. Consisting of musician/producer David A. Stewart (often referred to as Dave Stewart) and singer-songwriter Annie Lennox, they formed in 1980 after the breakup of their former band The Tourists. Best known for their 1982 single "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" and album of the same name, they had a striking visual image, with Lennox having a very androgynous persona. Read more on
We Too Are One
We Two Are One
The King & Queen of America
(My, My) Baby's Gonna Cry
Don't Ask Me Why
You Hurt Me (And I Hate You)
How Long?
When the Day Goes Down
Be Yourself Tonight
I Love You Like a Ball and Chain
Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves
Conditioned Soul
It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)
Here Comes That Sinking Feeling
Better to Have Lost in Love (Than Never to Have Loved at All)
Beethoven (I Love to Listen to)
I've Got a Lover (Back in Japan)
Do You Want to Break Up?
You Have Placed a Chill in My Heart
I Need a Man
Put the Blame on Me
Wide Eyed Girl
Brand New Day
1984: For the Love of Big Brother
I Did It Just the Same
Sexcrime (Nineteen Eighty-Four)
For the Love of Big Brother
Winston's Diary
Greetings From a Dead Man
Ministry of Love
Room 101
In the Garden
English Summer
Take Me to Your Heart
She's Invisible Now
Your Time Will Come
Caveman Head
Never Gonna Cry Again
All the Young (People of Today)
Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves
Here Comes the Rain Again (Freemasons remix)