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Naked Eyes - Fuel For The Fire Mp3


Performer: Naked Eyes
Genre: Electronic
Title: Fuel For The Fire
Country: South Africa
Released: 1984
Style: Synth-pop, New Wave
Label: EMI
Catalog Number: EMCJ (L) 2401891
FLAC version ZIP size: 2713 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2071 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1719 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 928

Tracklist

1No Flowers Please4:00
2Once Is Enough4:08
3(What) In The Name Of Love4:25
4Me I See In You3:34
5New Hearts3:37
6Sacrifice4:07
7Answering Service3:42
8Flag Of Convenience4:13
9Flying Solo4:31
10Eyes Of A Child3:35

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST-17116Naked Eyes Fuel For The Fire ‎(LP, Album, Jac)EMI AmericaST-17116US1984
ST-517116Naked Eyes Fuel For The Fire ‎(LP, Album)EMI AmericaST-517116US1984
EMS-81677Naked Eyes Fuel For The Fire ‎(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl)EMIEMS-81677Japan1984
4XT-17116Naked Eyes Fuel For The Fire ‎(Cass, Album)EMI America4XT-17116US1984
EMC-240189, EMC.240189Naked Eyes Fuel For The Fire ‎(LP, Album)Parlophone, ParlophoneEMC-240189, EMC.240189Australia1984

Credits

  • Artwork, DesignCream
  • Backing VocalsCindy Mizelle (tracks: A1, A3), Tina B. (tracks: A1, A3), Wendall Morrison (tracks: A1, A3)
  • BassJohn Read (tracks: A2, A4 to B5)
  • Composed By, Written-ByPete Byrne, Rob Fisher
  • DrumsFrank Valardi (tracks: A1, A3), Graham Broad (tracks: A2, A4 to B5)
  • EngineerJay Burnett (tracks: A2, A4 to B5)
  • GuitarIra Sigel (tracks: A1, A3), Tony Mansfield (tracks: A2, A4 to B5)
  • Photography ByGavin Cochrane
  • ProducerArthur Baker (tracks: A1, A3), Tony Mansfield (tracks: A2, A4 to B5)

Notes

The South African release can be identified by:
- Catalog no EMCJ (L) 2401891 on the yellow and red record labels as well as on the back of the sleeve.
- The wording 'Marketed and Distributed by Music South Africa (Pty) Ltd' at the bottom left of the back of the sleeve.

Companies

  • Marketed By – EMI Music South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  • Distributed By – EMI Music South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.

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Album

Fuel for the Fire was Naked Eyes' 1984 follow-up album to their successful début. The band had Top 40 success with the first single off the album, What In the Name of Love, produced by Arthur Baker, which reached 39 in the US on the Billboard Hot 100 and, in a remix by Baker, 35 on the Dance chart. The album peaked at 83 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart. Naked Eyes. Fuel for the Fire. While a modest hit, it had not matched the commercial and critical success of their debut in their home country of the UK, neither the album nor its single had charted. Baker remixed another track he had read more. New Hearts, 03:38. Sacrifice, 04:08. Eyes of a Child, 03:36. No Flowers Please, 04:03. Answering Service, 03:45. Me I See in You, 03:35. Flying Solo, 04:31. Flag of Convenience, 04:09. Now playing . The band had Top 40 success with the first single off the album, In the Name of Love, produced by Arthur Baker, which reached 39 in the US on the Billboard Hot 100 and, in a remix by Baker, 35 on the Dance chart. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Fuel for the Fire Naked Eyes album. Album by Naked Eyes. What In The Name Of Love. New Hearts. Eyes Of A Child. Once Is Enough. No Flowers Please. Answering Service. Me I See In You. Flying Solo. Flag of Convenience. search for Naked Eyes , Fuel For The Fire. for the Fire. Rmst ed. Import, Remastered. NAKED EYES Artist Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Fuel for the Fire Naked Eyes album - Infobox Album Name Fuel For The Fire Type Album Artist Naked Eyes Released September 1984 Recorded 1984 Genre Pop Length 38 for the Fire was Naked Eyes ' 1984 follow-up album to their successful début. The band had Top 40 success with the first single off the album, What In the Name of Love, produced by Arthur Baker , which reached 39 in the US on the Billboard Hot 100 and, in a remix by Baker, 35 on the Dance chart. Pete Byrne of Naked Eyes performing in Las Vegas in 2011. Billboard Hot 100. The Billboard Hot 100 logo. While a modest hit, it had not matched the commercial and critical success of their debut in the