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Touch Dance
EP by Eurythmics
Released May 1984
Recorded ???
Genre Synth Pop
Length 47:33
Label RCA Records
Producer David A. Stewart
Professional reviews
Eurythmics chronology
Touch
(1983)
Touch Dance
(1984)
1984 (For the Love of Big Brother)
(1984)

Touch Dance is a remix album by the British pop duo Eurythmics. This mini-album (or EP) was released by RCA Records in May 1984 (though it was not released in the U.S.) and contains dance remixes of four tracks from Eurythmics' Touch album, by John 'Jellybean' Benitez and François Kevorkian, who were noted producers in the New York club scene. It also includes three instrumental mixes.

Annie Lennox has said in interviews that she disliked the record, as it was too much of a commercial product and was put together by RCA with little involvement from herself and Dave Stewart.[1]

Contents

Track listing

  1. "The First Cut" – 6:34
  2. "Cool Blue" – 5:58
  3. "Paint a Rumour" – 7:26
  4. "Regrets" – 7:34
  5. "The First Cut (Instrumental)" – 7:14
  6. "Cool Blue" (Instrumental)" – 6:54
  7. "Paint a Rumour" (Instrumental)" – 5:53

Charts

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Album

Year Chart Position
1984
UK Albums Chart 31
Hot Dance Music/Club Play (as an EP) 19

Footnotes

  1. ^ "Eurythmics". Contemporary Musicians 31. March 2001.   (alludes to their objections)

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