|A1||(What) In The Name Of Love||4:25|
|A4||Eyes Of A Child||3:35|
|A5||Once Is Enough||4:08|
|B1||No Flowers Please||4:00|
|B3||Me I See In You||3:34|
|B5||Flag Of Convenience||4:13|
|ST-17116||Naked Eyes||Fuel For The Fire (LP, Album, Jac)||EMI America||ST-17116||US||1984|
|ST-517116||Naked Eyes||Fuel For The Fire (LP, Album)||EMI America||ST-517116||US||1984|
|EMS-81677||Naked Eyes||Fuel For The Fire (LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl)||EMI||EMS-81677||Japan||1984|
|4XT-17116||Naked Eyes||Fuel For The Fire (Cass, Album)||EMI America||4XT-17116||US||1984|
|EMC-240189, EMC.240189||Naked Eyes||Fuel For The Fire (LP, Album)||Parlophone, Parlophone||EMC-240189, EMC.240189||Australia||1984|
The results were predictably less interesting the first outing, but Fuel for Fire did manage to recapture the magic at least once with "(What) In the Name of Love. All but two tracks were compiled on Promises, Promises: The Very Best of Naked Eyes. 1 (What) In the Name of Love Naked Eyes 4:23. 2 New Hearts Naked Eyes 3:36. 3 Sacrifice Naked Eyes 4:5. 4 Eyes of a Child Naked Eyes 3:31. 5 Once Is Enough Naked Eyes 4:6. 6 No Flowers Please Naked Eyes 3:59.
Naked Eyes are a British new wave band that rose to prominence in the early 1980s. The band had four US top 40 singles, but had little commercial success in their homeland. Their first hit, "Always Something There to Remind Me", was a cover of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David standard. The band had subsequent hits with their own compositions, "Promises, Promises", "When the Lights Go Out", and "(What) In the Name of Love" in the United States.
Naked Eyes, however, didn't give up the fight, instead opting to recreate the formula of their debut. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 13 brand new listings.
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A1 (What) In The Name Of Love 4:34. Fuel For The Fire Parlophone, (LP, Album). EMI. Fuel For The Fire (LP, Album). LP, Album, EMI. Promo, W/Lbl). Fuel For The Fire (Cass, Album). Category Country Year.
Fuel for the Fire was Naked Eyes' 1984 follow-up album to their successful début. The band had Top 40 success with the first single off the album, "(What) In the Name of Love", produced by Arthur Baker, which reached in the US on the Billboard Hot 100 and, in a remix by Baker, on the Dance chart. Baker remixed another track he had produced for the duo, "Sacrifice", but the record company never released a followup to the Top 40 lead single and Naked Eyes disbanded following the underwhelming reception. The album was released for the first time on CD in 2013 by Cherry Red Records. (What) In the Name of Love" - 4:24. Eyes of a Child" - 3:34. Once Is Enough" - 4:08. No Flowers Please" - 4:00.