Burning Bridges - Naked Eyes

Burning Bridges
A long overdue reissue of synth-pop pioneers Naked Eyes' 1983 debut album "Burning Bridges" plus bonus tracks.
"Burning Bridges” featured singles that charted both sides of the Atlantic. Their cover of the Bacharach & David's classic ‘Always Something There To Remind Me’ peaked at #8 and its follow up ‘Promises Promises’ reached 11 - both in the U.S. Hot 100 chart.
This special edition contains 12 tracks from the original album plus six essential bonus tracks.
 
The bonus material features two 12" versions of ‘Promises Promises’ including Jellybean's extended version featuring his - then unknown - girlfriend Madonna on backing vocals. Tony Mansfield's American Remix of ‘Always Something There To Remind Me’, the US 7" remix of ‘Promises Promises’ and two b/sides ‘Pit Stop’ and ‘Sweet Poison’.
The sleeve notes have been written by Michael Silvester who talked at length with Pete Byrne about the naked Eyes story. The CD booklet features many of the original sleeves and a full UK discography.

Press: "...their debut is an overlooked gem very much of its time..." - Classic Pop Magazine, Issue 2, December 2012

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Code: CRPOP111
Weight: 200
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1. VOICES IN MY HEAD
2. I COULD SHOW YOU HOW
3. A VERY HARD ACT TO FOLLOW
4. ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE TO REMIND ME
5. FORTUNE & FAME
6. COULD BE
7. BURNING BRIDGES
8. EMOTION IN MOTION
9. LOW LIFE
10. THE TIME IS NOW
11. WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT
12. PROMISES PROMISES
13. PROMISES PROMISES (JELLYBEAN EXTENDED VERSION)
14. ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE TO REMIND ME (AMERICAN REMIX)
15. PROMISES PROMISES (EXTENDED VERSION)
16. PIT STOP
17. SWEET POISON
18. PROMISES PROMISES (US 7" REMIX)

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