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Eurythmics: The Ultimate Collection

Alfred Soto, Stylus, 17 November 2005

THE PREFIX "PSEUDO" DESCRIBED EURYTHMICS so well that it became safe for other bands to use it 10 years after Bowie first made it respectable. The problem is, no one did. Fifteen years after breaking up the first time — after which singer Annie Lennox began a rather successful solo career and singer/guitarist David Stewart refused to shed the paisley vest and cowboy boots he'd bought at a Jeff Lynne rummage sale (thankfully he cut the perm) — the English duo's achievement remains considerable, and neglected.

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