Reach Out - Erasure - Cowboy (CD, Album)

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  1. Erasure - Cowboy - CD £ Release Date: 31 March Cowboy is Erasure's eighth studio album, originally released in on Mute and produced by Gareth Jones (Depeche Mode, Wire) and Neil McLennan (The Prodigy, Carl Cox, Sasha).
  2. Cowboy was the eighth studio album by Erasure, produced by Gareth Jones and Neil McLellan and marked the band's return to more simplistic three-minute synthpop music. After disappointing sales and chart placing of their previous studio album Erasure, Cowboy returned the duo to the Top 10 of the UK album chart and it contained three singles (two /5(22).
  3. Reach Out Lyrics: Don't walk away / I need you more than words can say / I feel for you / This everlasting flame / My everlasting flame / I will wash away your tears / Through the pain and through.
  4. This was one of my favorite cds to run to. I don't run now but I still like to plug into this cd when I'm on the bike or stairmaster. RAIN opens the set with a wash of sound, good melody, and great vocals. Don't Say Your Love Is Killing Me is classic Erasure angst with a memorable chorus (it's got that hook) and a wonderful dance groove/5(48).
  5. The calmer inner meditations of Erasure behind them, the duo found themselves on Madonna's label in America and released the notably more upbeat Cowboy in The zeitgeist that the duo perfectly encapsulated in the late '80s had long been left behind, resulting in an album that sounds like it wants to keep the party going when all the guests had long gone home.
  6. Feb 28,  · Provided to YouTube by Mute, a BMG Company Reach Out · Erasure Cowboy ℗ Mute Records Ltd., a BMG Company Background Vocals: Andy Caine Assistant Engineer: Darren Tai Performance: Erasure.
  7. Cowboy, an Album by Erasure. Released 31 March on Mute (catalog no. CDSTUMM; CD). Genres: Synthpop.
  8. Cowboy (CD Album)Cowboy was recorded in studios in Spain and London and produced by Gareth Jones (who has previously worked with Depeche Mode and Orbital) and Neil McLellan (The Prodigy).The album, Vince Clarke and Andy Bell's tenth as a duo, was mixed by Mark "Spike" Stent (U2, Spice Girls) and features backing vocalists from the London Community Gospel title 'Cowboy' was .

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