That's Stevie Wonder on harmonica at 3:12
I hated the Eurythmics in high school.
Eurythmics was my high school flirtation with gay aesthetics. It stopped there, and with this album, which was too major key to satisfy my teen angst. I never went on to Communards or Erasure.
Its only in the last 3 years that my tastes have evolved to embrace electro pop as a unjustly neglected potential space of music.
I still don't care for this album. However, fans of post-punk and dream pop should check out the first (UK only) Eurythmics album, "In the Garden", which is nothing like their electro albums.
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