Shame" is a song recorded by British pop music duo Eurythmics. It was written by band members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart and produced by Stewart. The song appears on the duo's seventh album Savage and was released as the second single in the UK. "Shame" was not released in the United States. The track is a synthpop ballad in which the protagonist expresses regret and disdain for excessive and shallow lifestyles led by those who frequent nightclubs, bars, parties and the like.
Download MP3. Eurythmics. Now there's a lifestyle. Everybody wants it but it don't exist and I said: Shame - In the dancehalls and the cinema. Shame - We loved you. Shame - In the dancehalls and the cinema. Now there's a lifestyle with fashion chic. Everybody in it wants to be elite and I said: You with your brand-new shoes and you with your greasy hair and You with your mothers pride and poetry don't you want to feel the -. Shame - In the dancehalls. Can't you feel the shame - On the .
Eurythmics - Shame (1988). I have always been a very visual person and a keen observer.
Touch is the third studio album by the British new wave duo Eurythmics. It was released on 14 November 1983 by RCA Records. Touch became the duo's first number-one album on the UK Albums Chart, and also reached the top 10 of the US Billboard 200. It has since been certified Platinum in both the United Kingdom and the United States. The album spawned the singles "Who's That Girl?", "Right by Your Side" and "Here Comes the Rain Again".
Track 1 and 2 are original versions from the album "Savage" PL/PK/PD71555. Track 3 recorded live in Australia, February 1987.
Shame (Eurythmics song). Shame" is a song recorded by British pop music duo Eurythmics.
Touch (Eurythmics album). Touch was also the first album to be released simultaneously on record and on the then-new CD format in the United States. The album features the singles "Who's That Girl?" ( UK, US), "Right by Your Side" ( UK, US) and "Here Comes the Rain Again" ( UK, US). 2005 re-release. Each of their eight studio albums' original track listings were supplemented with bonus tracks and remixes
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|A||Shame (Dance Mix)
Edited By [Additional Edits] – Manu GuiotMixed By – Fred Defaye
|B1||I've Got A Lover (Back In Japan)
Mixed By – David A. Stewart, Manu GuiotMixed By [Assistant] – Serge Pauchard
Mixed By – David A. Stewart, Fred DefayeMixed By [Assistant] – Claude Pons
- Artwork [Sleeve Design] – Laurence Stevens
- Engineer – Fred Defaye
- Photography By – Alistair Thaine*
- Producer – David A. Stewart
- Programmed By – Olle Romo
- Written-By – Lennox*, Stewart*
NotesIncludes Limited Edition Numbered Print.
Regular 12" (DAT 14) with new cat no. sticker over the top.
Track times do not appear on the release.
|DA 14||Eurythmics||Shame (7", Single)||RCA||DA 14||UK||1987|
|RPS-266 (DA-14)||Eurythmics||Shame (7")||RCA||RPS-266 (DA-14)||Japan||1988|
|M-33491||Eurythmics||Shame (7", Single, Promo)||RCA Victor||M-33491||Spain||1987|
|PT41688||Eurythmics||Shame (12", Single)||RCA||PT41688||Spain||1987|
|TDS 435||Eurythmics||Shame (12")||RCA Victor||TDS 435||Australasia||1987|