Eurythmics – You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart (12″)

ImageEven though this was at the end of their success, Lennox and Stewart could still put together a memorable tune. From 1988 and with remixes by Alan Moulder. (Dep Mode, Placebo, Arctic Monkeys) Great vocals (just check out the live, acoustic version) and some added electronics on the extended dance mix. This was off the neglected album , “Savage” , which is well worth a relisten and part of a trilogy of songs about relationships, the other 2 being “Beethoven (I Love To Listen To) and “I Need A Man” (the 12″ I’ll repost if I get a request/or comment…hint…hint) B-side “Do You Want To Break Up? (Dance Mix)” is given the full Moulder treatment and is a rare find.

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A You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart (Dance Mix) 7:50
B1 Do You Want To Break Up? (Dance Mix) 6:10
B2 You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart (Acoustic Version)


  1. postpostmoderndad · April 21, 2014

    Great stuff. Love the Eurythmics and the extended mixes of some of their songs. Now if it were easier to find the rest of them on this site…

    • djjedredy · April 21, 2014

      Seek and you shall find or ask and a may provide πŸ˜‰

      • postpostmoderndad · April 21, 2014

        Seems crass to ask which/how many of the 12″ releases you have, but essentially that’s what I’m looking for. All of them. Particularly the Savage singles, but all of them from the duo’s career.

      • djjedredy · April 21, 2014

        I’ll have a look……meanwhile I’ll get on with the re-up requests!

  2. corey · July 26

    First off, great blog. Would it be too greedy to ask for a re-up of this particular 12″ gem? Any help you can offer is greatly appreciated – thanks! πŸ™‚

    • djjedredy · July 26

      Re-upped and enjoy ! πŸ™‚

      • corey · July 26

        Thanks so much!

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