25 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox were originally part of the new wave band, The Tourists. But when they split off as a duo, less turned out to be more. Lennox's striking, androgynous persona was an immediate grabber, as was her deep soul-infused voice. Eurythmics went through a number of phases, originally favouring an elegant electronic sound. Then Stewart picked his guitar back up and they made a return to rock. Whatever the context, Eurythmics delivered memorable songs with a sly, subversive take on pop conventions and gender roles.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox were originally part of the new wave band, The Tourists. But when they split off as a duo, less turned out to be more. Lennox's striking, androgynous persona was an immediate grabber, as was her deep soul-infused voice. Eurythmics went through a number of phases, originally favouring an elegant electronic sound. Then Stewart picked his guitar back up and they made a return to rock. Whatever the context, Eurythmics delivered memorable songs with a sly, subversive take on pop conventions and gender roles.

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