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It was 30 years ago that guitarists Susanna Hoffs and Vicki Peterson and drummer Debbi Peterson formed the Bangles in a Brentwood, California, garage. They did so based on two crucial elements: their common love for rock’s golden age (“Growing up loving the same music has always been the glue for the Bangles,” says Susanna), and the crystalline sound they quite naturally ... Read more in Amazon's The Bangles Store

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  • Audio CD (October 25, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0000026I6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,184 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. In Your Room
2. Complicated Girl
3. Bell Jar
4. Something To Believe In
5. Eternal Flame
6. Be With You
7. Glitter Years
8. I'll Set You Free
9. Watching The Sky
10. Some Dreams Come True
11. Make A Play For Her Now
12. Waiting For You
13. Crash And Burn

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The vocal harmonies on that song are absolutely stunning.
"Everything" is quite simply an incredible album from 4 very accomplished (and very different) singer/songwriters.
Susanna's ballads were great - Eternal Flame and I'll Set You Free were two instant classics.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
With Everything, the Bangles made some of their hardest-rocking songs to date. This is one of those few CDs where you can actually listen to every track without skipping one tune. Songs like Bell Jar, Watching the Sky, and Crash and Burn just make you want to bang your head and whip your hair back and forth. Michael's songs are all instant-classics (not a suprise). My favorite Michael song is Something to Believe In, a perfect love song with Michael's rich voice and strong lyrics. This tune almost made me cry the first time I heard it, because it was just so good. Vicki's songs were what made this CD rock. Debbi's songs gave Everything a positive boost and her pretty voice is very easy and pleasant to listen to. Susanna carries her songs with that unmistakably sweet voice. However, Susanna's best songs are found on All Over the Place. There, her voice contrasts nicely with the hard-driving guitar riffs. Here, her voice with the soft ballads, like Eternal Flame, I'll Set You Free, and Waiting For You can be a little over the top for some people, but I personally still loved them. My last statement is that Everything is a work of art and I give it my stamp of approval, so go and buy this CD today!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on February 25, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Normally, a new sound is a nice way of saying that the album stinks. Exceptions are artists and groups like the Beatles, David Bowie, KISS, Prince, and Kate Bush, whose musical quality or fan base was never compromised. Included in this category, is Everything, the sayonara of the Bangles.
Susanna gets the best songs, especially the Bangles' last indelible mark on the radio, "Eternal Flame" with its stirring string section, the other single, the upbeat "In Your Room" with its weird Indian stylings, the remarkably Byrdsian "I'll Set You Free" whose accompanying backing by her bandmates add to the 1960's sound, and "Waiting For You," which has a slight Byrds sound not as apparent as the other song.
Bassist Michael Steele gets to sing three songs and they are all striking: they are "Complicated Girl" the mid-paced, wistful, introspective "Something To Believe In" and "Glitter Years." She's second in vocal talent after Susanna.
"Complicated Girl" with mid-song "ooh la-la-la" that recalls the Beatles, their original muse. "Glitter Years," with its fiery drum and guitar opening, is Michael's ode to 1973-74, the height of glam rock, whose main protagonists wrecks his father's car singing a familiar tune: "You better hang on to yourself." Thank you, Mr. Stardust.
Vicki Peterson has vocals on "Bell Jar," with its weird droning guitar. I assume the song is about poet Sylvia Plath. The same long-drawn out drone is present in the dirge-like "Watching The Sky." She gets help from Vinnie Vincent on the 12-string on "Make A Play For Her Now." More on "Crash And Burn," also sung by her, later.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Erica Anderson on June 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
When I think of the '80s, one of the bands that immediately pops into my mind is The Bangles. They were one of my favorite bands from the decade of excess and self-indulgence. Their music then (and still is now) was incredibly infectious and difficult not to get stuck in your head. As much as I loved the Go Go's, The Bangles were my personal favorite of the two girl bands. "Everything" is my all-time favorite album by the band. I thought the band's sound really matured after their last two albums. The girls contributed more to the songwriting (although with outside songwriters). I can hear the maturity in the band's choice of producer. They ditched svengali producer David Kahne for Davitt Sigerson. I can't really say that the first single off "Everything" was one of the band's better songs. I didn't think it held up very well next to stronger songs like "Complicated Girl" (one of my favorite songs sung by bassist Michael Steele). For me the strongest tracks on "Everything" weren't sung by Susanna Hoffs with the exception of "Eternal Flame" and "I'll Set You Free", but rather by the Peterson sisters and Michael Steele. Songs such as "Some Dreams Come True", "Make A Play For Her Now", and "Crash and Burn" are so irresistably catchy. The songs never left my head for over a decade now. My only problem with "I'll Set You Free" is the mixing job. I definitely prefer the remastered version that is found on the band's greatest hits cd but it is still a good catchy song to sing along to. After I got "Everything" as a present, I was crushed to find out that the band broke up. Now that they are back together. I hope soon I will have the pleasure of seeing the women perform live in concert.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on March 23, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The sound of the Bangles owes a lot to music of an earlier generation, which is probably why I like it. Unlike so many all-female groups, they all played instruments - three of them were guitarists and one was a drummer. They all got a chance to sing lead, though Susannah Hoffs was usually the lead singer on the hits. All of them have good voices, but perhaps the public detected something extra special in Susannah's voice.
There were three original albums, but it is the second (Different light) and the third (this one) that really matter. Of course, their best songs have been released on several compilations down the years.
This album yielded Eternal flame, their only British number one. An excellent ballad, it has more recently been revived by Atomic kitten, who also had a big UK hit with it. That didn't do the Bangles any harm at all. Yet another hits compilation was released to capitalise on the situation, reminding everybody whose song it really was.
Nothing else here was anywhere near as successful as Eternal flame, but there are many other fine songs including the lesser hits, I'll set you free, Be with you and the rousing up-tempo opener to the album, In your room. Despite that opener and the closing Crash and burn, most of the songs here are ballads.
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