Music: Peace

Eurythmics

The bulk of the record-buying public--with the possible exception of Dave Stewart--wasn't exactly holding its breath waiting for the Eurythmics to get back together. As '80s-band reunions go, it's an event far less interesting than a regrouping of the Police would be (though it's significantly more important than, say, a reunion of the Thompson Twins). Nonetheless, this turns out to be a welcome CD. Singer Annie Lennox and guitarist Stewart still work well together, and the songs, for the most part, are tuneful and uplifting. What's more, Lennox's voice has a cool dignity that imbues Peace with a depth beyond mere...

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