One comment on “Sheena Easton: The Singles Of 1984 | ‘A Private Heaven’

  1. Loving these trips down Sheena-ville! I understand EMI's decision to release Swear, although “Hard” was better, they were trying to move her away from the MOR image she had so a ballad was just out of the question. It was a bold move, that could have paid off. I happen to think “Hungry Eyes” would have made a safer uptempo choice and if it had hit, “Swear” would have been given a better chance. You failed to mention the three killer b-sides, which should have been on the album and possible been released as singles themselves! Especially Sheena's Own “Straight Talking”!

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