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Peace is the ninth album by Eurythmics, released in 1999.

Following their first performance together in eight years at a record company party, David A. Stewart and Annie Lennox began writing and recording together for the first time since 1989.

The title was designed to reflect the duo's ongoing concern with global conflict and world peace. The record was promoted with a concert on the Greenpeace Vessel Rainbow Warrior II, where they played a mixture of old and new songs… read more

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  • Avatar for Ohokthen
    My god I love this album, second to Savage, but very very close second. There's quite a few stand out tracks that are just superb, the lyrics, musicality, vocals. I used to think Annie's voice had aged a bit in this album, but I realised that she'd just changed her singing style a bit, it's fantastic.
  • Avatar for strom-z
    have a special, biased relationship with this album, when I was 10 or so I listened to virtually nothing else-)) that said, I think it's actually pretty good and far from weak
  • Avatar for rustystake
    Not sure why this album gets such a bad reputation. I think it's wonderful - full of beautiful songs that easily stands up to their earlier work. I would love for them to reunite again.
  • Avatar for handcuter
    If you find super-mega-hits like Sweet Dreams or Here Comes The Rain Again you will probably not find it, but if you look for Peace during listening to this album, it may be not be just a word! 10/10
  • Avatar for qqquigley
    If this is their weakest album, and this is the worst they can do, then they are truly geniuses! I love this album!
  • Avatar for poor-de-chirico
    I feel like this is their weakest album and yet it has so many good tracks - 17 Again, I've Tried Everything, Beautiful Child...
  • Avatar for Namaste2U
    Groovy Music of our past....it's just the best ever!!! Like a smell that takes you back, this music is my time capsule ride!

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