What album is Sweet dreams are made of these on?

Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) / Album

“Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” is a song by British new wave music duo Eurythmics. It is the title track of their album of the same name (1983) and was released as the fourth and final single from the album in early 1983. The song became their breakthrough hit, establishing the duo worldwide.

Where was sweet dreams made of this recorded?

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) (album)

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
Recorded 1982
Studio Eurythmics’ 8-track studio and The Church, London
Genre Synth-pop new wave
Length 42:21

Who sang Sweet dreams are made of these original?

Annie Lennox
Dave Stewart
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)/Artists

Did Marilyn Manson wrote Sweet dreams?

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)/Composers

Who covered sweet dreams?


Title Performer Info
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) Annie Lennox Live
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) Marilyn Manson
Sweet Dreams Swing feat. Dr. Alban
Sweet Dreams DJ Scott featuring Lorna B.

When was sweet dreams are made of these released?

1983Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) / Released

How was Sweet Dreams recorded?

The recording of Sweet Dreams began with their home equipment and an eight-track tape machine in a studio space above a picture framing shop in London’s chalk farm. But in the midst of production, they lost the use of the space and had to transfer to another non-traditional recording venue.

When was Sweet Dreams are made of these released?

What is a Eurythmics?

Definition of eurythmics : the art of harmonious bodily movement especially through expressive timed movements in response to improvised music.

Why did Marilyn Manson cover Sweet Dreams?

Manson often comes up with song inspiration in his dreams, but the idea to cover this song came from his first acid trip, according to his autobiography The Long Hard Road out of Hell. He says that he hallucinated a “slower, meaner” version of the dance hit playing, sung in his voice. >>

How many covers of Sweet dreams are there?

But no song ever became more immensely ubiquitous, beloved, covered and iconic than their first real song as a duo, “Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This).” It has been covered on records 182 different times, and that includes only official releases.