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Naked Eyes

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Naked Eyes 1983

Review

Naked Eyes were in peak form for their debut, showing a highly likable, warmer side to the often cold and detached synth-duo form. The songs they're best known for, "Always Something There to Remind Me," "Promises, Promises" and "When the Lights Go Down," are all included here, though the album can also be found in its entirety (save for one track) on the more readily available Promises, Promises: The Very Best of Naked Eyes. [For some reason, Naked Eyes' debut was released in slightly different forms on either side of the Atlantic. Naked Eyes, released a month after its British counterpart, Burning Bridges, was given new artwork and dropped two tracks. Both tracks were reinstated for the Very Best Of collection.] ~ Chris Woodstra
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Always Something There to Remind Me Naked Eyes 3:36
  3. 2 Fortune and Fame Naked Eyes 3:15
  4. 3 When the Lights Go Out Naked Eyes 3:0
  5. 4 Voices in My Head Naked Eyes 3:42
  6. 5 Low Life Naked Eyes 3:49
  7. 6 Promises, Promises Naked Eyes 3:42
  8. 7 I Could Show You How Naked Eyes 3:21
  9. 8 Emotion in Motion Naked Eyes 4:37
  10. 9 Burning Bridges Naked Eyes 3:32
  11. 10 Could Be Naked Eyes 2:48

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