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We Too Are One is the seventh studio album by British new wave duo Eurythmics. It was released on 11 September 1989 by RCA Records. It would be the duo's last studio release until 1999's Peace. When it was released in 1989, the album went straight to number one in the UK, where it has since been certified double platinum. It spawned four singles, all of which reached the UK top 30: "Revival", "Don't Ask Me Why", "The King and Queen of America", and "Angel"

Incorrectly named 'We TWO are one'. Other Versions (5 of 83) View All. Cat. We Too Are One ‎(CD, Album, RE). RCA, RCA. BVCM-7304, 74321-20898-2. We Too Are One ‎(LP, Album). Popron, RCA, BMG Records.

We Two Are One is found on the album We Too Are One. Found on more albums: Live 1983-1989 We Too Are One Boxed Live 1983-1989 We Too Are One. So put your lovin' arms Around me baby And hold me tight Give it everything You've got now baby We'll get it right. People like us Are too messed up To live in solitude I'm gonna cure that problem baby I'm gonna fix it good. Lyrics submitted by weezerific:cutlery. We Two Are One" as written by David Allan Stewart Annie Lennox. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. We Two Are One song meanings.

Album: We Too Are One. Release year: 2018. We Too Are One: Best 2 songs. Eurythmics - Sylvia 04:45. Eurythmics - How Long? 04:43. Album: We Too Are One. Eurythmics: best 2 tracks. Eurythmics - English Summer In the Garden, 2018 04:02.

There is, however, an air of romantic resignation throughout We Too Are One, appropriate to its valedictory nature. The disc spawned four chart singles in the . and returned Eurythmics to number one in the album charts, but it did not substantially improve Eurythmics' reduced commercial standing in the . confirming that it was time for Lennox and Dave Stewart to pursue other opportunities.

In 1989, Eurythmics released the album We Too Are One, which entered the UK Albumc Chart at No. 1 (their second No. 1 album after Touch) and gave the duo four UK Top 30 hit singles. The album was a return to the rock/pop sound of their mid-80s albums and was certified Double Platinum in the UK, but was less successful in the US (although the single "Don't Ask Me Why" grazed the Billboard Top 40). Other singles from the album included "Revival", "The King and Queen of America" and "Angel". On 7 November 2005, Eurythmics released Ultimate Collection, a remastered greatest hits package with two new songs. One of them, "I've Got a Life", was released as a single and reached No. 14 on the UK Singles Chart as well as spending three consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play in the US.

Eurythmics chronology. We Two Are One Too. (1990). It features the promo videos for the five singles taken from their platinum-selling 1989 album We Too Are One, interspersed with montages and footage (both on and off stage) from their 1989–1990 worldwide concert tour. Though not strictly a "video album" in the same vein as the one produced for Savage in 1988, all of the tracks from the We Too Are One album are included in the video in some form or other


We 4 Are 3 2:38
We Two Are One (Live And Acoustic Versions) 1:30
I Love You Like A Ball And Chain (Live Version) 1:17
Don't Ask Me Why 4:20
How Long? 2:09
You Hurt Me (I Hate You) (LP Version) 0:30
(My My) Baby's Gonna Cry 4:52
We Two Are One (Live Version) 0:23
I Need You (Acoustic Version) 2:19
Rudolph And The Red Nosed Reindeer 1:30
The King And Queen Of America 4:19
Love Is A Stranger (Live Version) 0:25
Sylvia (LP Version) 1:28
Revival 3:59
Farewell To Tawathie (Trad. Scottish) 2:30
Angel 5:05
Ballad Of Eurythmics Road Crew 1:23
When The Day Goes Down (LP And Live Versions) 6:21


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
790 349 Eurythmics We Two Are One Too ‎(VHS, SECAM) BMG Video 790 349 France 1989
790 349 Eurythmics We Two Are One Too ‎(VHS, PAL) BMG Video 790 349 Australia 1989
BVLP-8 Eurythmics We Two Are One Too ‎(Laserdisc, 12", NTSC) BMG Video BVLP-8 Japan 1990
780 349 Eurythmics We Two Are One Too ‎(Laserdisc, 12", S/Sided, PAL, SECAM, CLV) BMG Video 780 349 Europe 1990
SW-5710 Eurythmics We Two Are One Too ‎(VHS, Album, NTSC) BMG Video SW-5710 US 1990
790 349 Eurythmics We Two Are One Too ‎(VHS, PAL) BMG Video, RCA 790 349 UK 1990
  • Technical Note: The laserdisc contains Japanese subtitles that are NOT removable, and are NOT LD+G. The good news is that they do not play over the music portions. Details:The subtitles appear only over the spoken/speaking portions of the disc, not the concert/music footage. Example: When the official music videos are playing (Revival, Don't Ask Me Why, etc...) there are no subtitles... Some of the other segments (not complete songs) only contain music, and there are no subtitles (You Hurt Me...etc.) But on pieces where Annie says 'Fox Theatre, Detroit Tonight!" there is a Japanese subtitle. Also, this is NOT an LD+G disc. Laserdisc+Graphics means you have the option to remove subtitles. The subtitles for this disc are mixed into the video. I personally have remastered the disc using both the laserdisc and the VHS (broken open on a new seal, played only once)... and I have inserted the speaking segments from the VHS over the laserdisc segments. You can barely tell the difference, because (luckily!) the style and motif of the in-between segments is intentionally "grainy" "noisy" to some degree in an artistic way... so absolute digital perfection of those scenes is barely different between the laser and VHS. While the laserdisc contains the masterfully brilliant and beautiful laserdisc version of the musical portions--not to mention an analog to digital sound quality you cannot get from a VHS (or any other kind of) tape. I'm a perfectionist, these things matter to me. Had the company that produced this had a brain, they would release this thing (fully remastered) on to DVD. Ditto for "Savage." (At least with Savage, there are no spoken interviews, "segements" and its' all music, hence, no subtitles. Sorry for the long review--but I hope it helps someone out there who is mad about the Japanese subtitles. "It is what it is." -M.

  • This disc contains the music video for "Revival" which never made it onto DVD.