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Naked Eyes

Naked Eyes
Formed: 1981 in Bath, Somerset, England
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Disbanded: 1984
Genre: Pop/Rock
Group Members: Tony Mansfield, Rob Fisher, Pete Byrne
Biography: A key presence in the synth pop movement of the early '80s, Naked Eyes formed in Britain in 1981. Comprised of former schoolmates Pete Byrne (vocals) and Rob Fisher (keyboards), the duo debuted in March 1983 with the LP Burning Bridges, reissued in the U.S. a month later (minus several tracks) as a self-titled ...Read full biography
Burning Bridges
Released: 1983
Label: EMI Music Distribution
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The synth duo's debut and finest moment was released in the U.K. as Burning Bridges a month before it was offered to U.S. audiences in a slightly edited and rearranged form. The key tracks (namely the ...Read full review
Naked Eyes
Released: 1983
Label: EMI Music Distribution
Critics' Rating:
Naked Eyes were in peak form for their debut, showing a highly likable, warmer side to the often cold and detached synth-duo form. The songs they're best known for, "Always Something There to Remind Me," ...Read full review