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Touch (album) by Eurythmics 

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Touch
Touch by Eurythmics (1983)
Overall rank: 2,750th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
73/100 (from 136 votes)
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Accolades: Top albums of 1983 (39th)
Top albums of the 1980s (448th)
Best albums of all time (2,750th)

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Eurythmics bestography

Touch is ranked 2nd best out of 12 albums by Eurythmics on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Eurythmics is Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) which is ranked number 2285 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 892.

Eurythmics album bestography « Higher ranked (2,285th) This album (2,750th) Lower ranked (3,529th) »
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Average Rating: 
73/100 (from 136 votes)
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65/100
10/09/2018 15:41
70/100
 
60/100
09/29/2018 00:20
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08/20/2018 13:39
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90/100
08/12/2018 14:58
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90/100
From BraddlesHendo 08/14/2018 07:13
If the Eurythmics were making music today the best tracks from their previous album ‘Sweet Dreams’ and this would be all together on one album. Combining both albums with the best songs together would make it one if the best albums of all time. Some absolute great songs on this album. Annie Lennox was just great to look at as well. Much like David Bowie
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From Rich150 02/22/2018 19:43
As contrasting as an album could be. The first two tracks are the highlights, followed by some quite poor tracks. Cherrypick the best tracks and you have half an album at best.
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From Diomed 02/03/2018 04:06
Terrific follow up to "Sweet Dreams". The music is very unique, and Annie Lennox's voice is amazing.
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From Brandon8 11/28/2016 21:10
Here Comes the Rain Again is nearly as great as Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). The first side sounds like every song was or could have been a hit. The second side is more experimental and not as satisfying but has some interesting stuff. Its a very strong album one of their best.
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60/100
From Garyf1972 05/24/2016 17:27
The hits are great the rest is fairly average though.
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70/100
From junodog4 02/01/2015 22:33
Amazing singles... not quite a total album.
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75/100
From swhaze 08/29/2014 17:58
The jury is still out on the Eurythmics. They were either god-awful or bloody brilliant, I haven't decided which. I suspect it was the latter, but there is so much about their music that I object to that I can't whole-heartedly embrace them.
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95/100
From Grymer 05/15/2014 15:27
It's a really great album. Synth-Pop at it's best. "Here Comes the Rain Again", "Right By Your Side", "Who's That Girl", "Cool Blue" - Heavy and light, cold and warm, such a diverse album.
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From subtleman22 08/16/2012 00:52
Their best record, with the great "Here Comes the Rain Again" and "Who's That Girl," "Cool Blue," and "The First Cut" as the highlights. Experimentalism was still edging out commercialism but it was in the late innings and its arm was getting tired.
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From 5thbeatle 05/27/2012 19:26
Just the first track for me.
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