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MUSIC - TOP 40
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MOTELS, THE
MOVING PICTURES
MURRAY HEAD
NAKED EYES
NATALIE COLE
NENA
NICK LOWE
NIK KERSHAW
NU SHOOZ
OAK RIDGE BOYS, THE
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PAT BENETAR (ROCK)
PAUL CARRACK
PAUL DAVIS
PAUL HARDCASTLE
PAUL McCARTNEY
PAUL SIMON
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PETER GABRIEL
PET SHOP BOYS
PHIL COLLINS
PINK FLOYD
PLIMSOULS, THE
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POWER STATION, THE
PRETENDERS, THE

Naked Eyes - Top 40

NAKED EYES
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The Best of Naked Eyes   Promises, Promises, The Very Best of Naked Eyes   Naked Eyes Everything and More

Naked Eyes was another British New band, this time from Bath, England.  Founding members Pete Byrne  (vocalist) and Rob Fisher (keyboards) formed the band after playing together in a group called Neon, whose other members split to form Tears for Fears.   

After landing a record deal, Naked eyes released their first studio album, Burning Bridges, in 1983 (it was released as Naked Eyes in the USA).  This album was their magnum opus, and featured three hit songs:  "Always Something There to Remind Me", "Promises, Promises", and "When the Lights Go Out".  Their second release, Fuel for the Fire (1984), did not do nearly as well, but did feature the song "(What) in the Name of Love", which squeaked into the US top 40 in 1984.

After their second release, Naked Eyes broke up.  Both Byrne and Fisher moved on to other projects.  Rob Fisher passed away in 1999 at the age of 42.  For die hard fans of Naked Eyes, you might be interested to know that Byrne released a solo album in 2001, called The Real Illusion, that featured some tracks co-written with Fisher prior to his death.  In the mid 2000's, Byrne created a new version of the band Naked Eyes for both a couple of tours and new studio material.  The Naked Eyes Discography is as follows:

  • 1983: Burning Bridges/Naked Eyes
  • 1984: Fuel for the Fire
  • 1991: The Best of Naked Eyes
  • 1994: Promises Promises
  • 2002: Everything and More
  • 2007: Fumbling with the Covers
  • 2012: Burning Bridges (Special Edition)
  • 2013: Piccadilly
  • 1983
    Naked Eyes
    Naked Eyes Self-Titled 1983

    ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE TO REMIND ME:
     [starts]
    I walk along the city streets you used to walk along with me, And every step I take reminds me of just how we used to be, Well, how can I forget you, girl?  When there is always something there to remind me, Always something there to remind me [etc]

    1995
    Compilation
    Naked Eyes Living in Oblivion Compilation

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