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I Did It Just The Same - Eurythmics - 1984 (For The Love Of Big Brother)

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  1. When Eurythmics released (For The Love Of Big Brother) – their ‘soundtrack’ to Michael Radford’s film Nineteen Eighty-Four – the album actually consisted of “music derived from the Eurythmics original score” rather than the score itself, which has never been made commercially available. The score has effectively been unheard without that pesky film dialogue and sound.
  2. Tracklisting: 01 I Did It Just the Same 02 Sex Crime () 03 For the Love of Big Brother 04 Winston's Diary 05 Greeting's from a Dead Man 06 Julia 07 Doubleplusgood 08 Ministry of Love .
  3. About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod!/5(4).
  4. Oct 29,  · Some albums add up to more than the sum of their parts. Some artists understand this and craft a cohesive album accordingly, and Eurythmics are one of those artists. Nowhere in their catalogue is this more apparent than on the unheralded but brilliant soundtrack For the Love of Big Brother/5(21).
  5. While it is not billed as an Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, this album does contain, as a jacket note indicates, "music derived from Eurythmics.". The original score of the motion picture , it was treated as a side project for marketing purposes, not as Eurythmics' full-fledged fourth new studio album.4/
  6. Aug 16,  · This album was pulled from the shelves early due to legal disputes going on with the Movie Studio and Record Label. "For the Love of Big Brother" was the Eurythmics sound track attempt for the film "" starring John Hurt and Richard Burton. It had the UK hit "Sexcrime: " which never made it mainstream in the states/5(87).
  7. For The Love Of Big Brother Lyrics: Like a train passing in the distance / Like a bird in flight / I hear you call / And even though there's no one / Dark shadows move across the wall / I still.
  8. May 08,  · Referring directly to the scenes or phrases from Orwell's scary and hopeless world of tomorrow, Eurythmics created a powerful and frightening statement. The opening title 'I Did It Just the Same' may be the most baffling, unless you read the book and know the story behind it, offering one sole moment of "entertainment"/5().

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