1986 and a bit of Eurythmics on the eve of the Scottish referendum, I think the song fits quite nicely. The lead single off the album “Revenge” it keeps the band sound and Clem Burke (Blondie) on drums. (Always a bonus!) The sound is further enhanced by being recorded in Conny Plank’s studio in Cologne and having a backing orchestra provided by Michael Kamen which is more evident on the Extended version than the supposedly “Orchestrated Version” The 12″ mix is rather good , letting you explore what is going on in the background of the song, there’s a lot. Jimmy Z provides the omnipresent 80’s saxophone. “Take Your Pain Away” is another example of a quality B-side from them, providing a taster for the forthcoming album.
NEW LINK 2017!!!!! (again!)
|A||When Tomorrow Comes (Extended Version)||6:36|
|B1||Take Your Pain Away||4:32|
|B2||When Tomorrow Comes (Orchestral Version)||4:26|