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Naked Eyes are a British new wave band that rose to prominence in the early 1980s. The band had four US top 40 singles, but had little commercial success in their homeland. Their first hit, "Always Something There to Remind Me", was a cover of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David standard. The band had subsequent hits with their own compositions, "Promises, Promises", "When the Lights Go Out", and "(What) In the Name of Love" in the United States.
Burning Bridges is the 1983 debut album by Naked Eyes. The album was released in the United States and Canada as Naked Eyes with two tracks demoted to B-sides. The track "Always Something There to Remind Me" was released as a single and reached No. 59 in the United Kingdom chart and US Top 10 in July 1983. The album was released for the first time on CD in 2012 by Cherry Red Records. All tracks written by Pete Byrne and Rob Fisher, except where noted.
Naked Eyes were more obscure back in the UK, with this sole charting single only reaching The latter is in a different version, with alternate lyrics like "cup of tea" which just don't work here in the US! After a handful of Top 40 hits, Naked Eyes were closed and as far as the industry were concerned, used up their 15 minutes and later became Vh1 trivia! I've exchanged e-mails with vocalist Pete Byrne back in 1999. This album might get the rerelease it truly deserves. It may be released in the format of the US LP with the missing tracks as bonuses, if you catch my drift. I am working on my own fan site.
Promises, Promises (US Single Version), 03:45. Always Something There to Remind Me (Jellybean Extended Remix 2018 Remaster), 05:39. Now playing: Portugal.
Burning Bridges (Naked Eyes album) – Burning Bridges was Naked Eyes 1983 debut album. The album was released in the United States and Canada as Naked Eyes with two tracks demoted to B-sides, the track Always Something There to Remind Me was released as a single and reached N. 9 in the United Kingdom chart and US Top 10 in July 1983. The album was released for the first time on CD in 2012 by Cherry Red Records, all tracks written by Pete Byrne and Rob Fisher, except where noted. 6. Naked Eyes – Naked Eyes is a British new wave band that rose to prominence in the early 1980s. Originally a duo, the band is largely for its four US top 40 singles.
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Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. With David Soul, Pam Dawber, Fionnula Flanagan, William Schallert.
Sheet Music and Tabs for Naked Eyes. Naked Eyes was a synth pop duo which formed in 1982 in Bath, England. They consisted of Pete Byrne (vocals) and Rob Fisher (keyboards). The band split in 1985. Byrne reformed the band in 2006 without Fisher, who died in 1999. Unusual for a British group, they have had far more success in the . than around where they started, with new wave hits "Always Something There to Remind Me" and "Promises, Promises" still remaining popular.