- The Eurythmics third studio album was their breakthrough, and here it is with outstanding Double Plus (A++) sound
- This copy was surprisingly rich, smooth and analog sounding, with an especially nice weighty quality to Lennox’s powerful vocals
- Includes some of the most memorable synth-pop anthems of the era – “Here Comes The Rain Again,” Who’s That Girl?” and more
- 4 1/2 stars: “The cool, sophisticated musical experimentalism all over Touch cemented Eurythmics’ reputation as one of the most innovative duos of their time… Touch is a testament to what Eurythmics were at the height of their electronic-techno phase and, without doubt, is a milestone in 1980s pop music.”
We’ve tried a fair number of this band’s albums and to be honest, every one but this one has had horribly bright, overly-processed, distorted sound, even on import vinyl.
Until we run across something a lot better than what we have been auditioning, this will be the only title we can offer as a Hot Stamper from Eurythmics. (more…)