9 thoughts on “ Love Is Blind - Annie Lennox - Songs Of Mass Destruction (CD, Album)

  1. Tracklisting: 01 Dark Road 02 Love Is Blind 03 Smithereens 04 Ghosts In My Machine 05 Womankind 06 Through The Glass Darkly 07 Lost 08 Coloured Bedspread 09 Sing 10 Big Sky 11 Fingernail Moon.
  2. Dark Road Buy Now – USA Buy Now – UK Dark Road DVD Buy Now Tracklisting Songs Of Mass Destruction Dark Road Love Is Blind Smithereens Ghosts In My Machine Womankind Through The Glass Darkly Lost Coloured Bedspread Sing Big Sky Fingernail Moon Links SING Website Songs Of Mass Destruction Songs Widget Reviews “A.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Annie Lennox - Songs Of Mass Destruction at Discogs. Complete your Annie Lennox collection/5().
  4. Annie Lennox ‎– Songs Of Mass Destruction Label: RCA Label Group ‎– , Sony BMG Music Entertainment ‎– , 19 Recordings ‎– /5(17).
  5. Oct 02,  · Earlier Lennox or Eurythmics albums might have succumbed here and there to slight-seeming experiments in style, but Songs of Mass Destruction doesn't dilly-dally. All swerves, even playful ones (see "Love Is Blind" and "Coloured Bedspread," a synth-y song that wouldn't seem so out of place on a recent Madonna record), are on-message: "Womankind /5().
  6. Label: RCA - ,Sony BMG Music Entertainment - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Ballad Annie Lennox - Songs Of Mass Destruction (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(20).
  7. Love Is Blind (With Artist Commentary) Smithereens (With Artist Commentary) Songs Of Mass Destruction ‎ (CD, Album) Sony BMG Music Entertainment, RCA Label Group, 19 Recordings: Europe: Sell This Version: CDRCA Annie Lennox: Annie Lennox: Songs Of Mass Destruction (Pre-Sampler) /5(9).
  8. Label: Arista - 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Ballad Annie Lennox - Songs Of Mass Destruction (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(29).
  9. Songs of Mass Destruction can be heard as a melancholy part two of Bare, but one feels after repeated listening that Lennox is not only speaking of her own experiences in life and love, but those of her sisters, and the human condition at large, when focused on in the first person, becomes somewhat palatable and embraceable by a third party.8/

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