Shame" is a song recorded by British pop music duo Eurythmics. It was written by band members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart and produced by Stewart. The song appears on the duo's seventh album Savage and was released as the second single in the UK. "Shame" was not released in the United States. The track is a synthpop ballad in which the protagonist expresses regret and disdain for excessive and shallow lifestyles led by those who frequent nightclubs, bars, parties and the like.
Download MP3. Eurythmics. Now there's a lifestyle. Everybody wants it but it don't exist and I said: Shame - In the dancehalls and the cinema. Shame - We loved you. Shame - In the dancehalls and the cinema. Now there's a lifestyle with fashion chic. Everybody in it wants to be elite and I said: You with your brand-new shoes and you with your greasy hair and You with your mothers pride and poetry don't you want to feel the -. Shame - In the dancehalls. Can't you feel the shame - On the .
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Shame (Eurythmics song). Lennox apparently suffered at least one nervous breakdown during this period, Eurythmics commercial breakthrough came with their second album, Sweet Dreams, released in January 1983. The successful title track featured a dark and powerful sequenced synth bass line, the song reached n. on the UK Singles Chart, becoming one of the years biggest sellers, and later topped the US charts.
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Written-By – Lennox*, Stewart*
|B||I've Got A Lover (Back In Japan)
Written-By – Lennox*, Stewart*
- Published By – DnA Ltd.
- Published By – BMG Music Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Ltd.
- Record Company – Bertelsmann Music Group
- Marketed By – RCA Records
- Distributed By – RCA Records
- Pressed By – Sonopress
- Producer – David A. Stewart
NotesThis is a different version from the regular release Shame. The record is the same, but this came in a generic sleeve with a sheet from the record company RCA called "Product Facts" (see image). The record is called a "Weißmuster" (white label) in the discription and it is said that the regular release is jet to come, though the record doesn't show any sign of being a white label or a promo.
(From the album "Savage" - PL/PK/PD 71555)
A: DnA Ltd/BMG Music Ltd
B: DnA Ltd/BMG Music Ltd
On inner ring vinyl:
Manufactured in W.Germany · Fabriqué en Allemagne
Marketed and distributed by RCA Records
℗1987 RCA (UK) Limited
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Label Code: LC 0316
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side A): DM DSC-0485 A-1/11-87
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped side B): DM DSC-0485 B-1/11-87
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A + B): DSC-0485
|DA 14||Eurythmics||Shame (7", Single)||RCA||DA 14||UK||1987|
|RPS-266 (DA-14)||Eurythmics||Shame (7")||RCA||RPS-266 (DA-14)||Japan||1988|
|M-33491||Eurythmics||Shame (7", Single, Promo)||RCA Victor||M-33491||Spain||1987|
|PT41688||Eurythmics||Shame (12", Single)||RCA||PT41688||Spain||1987|
|TDS 435||Eurythmics||Shame (12")||RCA Victor||TDS 435||Australasia||1987|