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Billy Idol - Eyes Without A Face

Billy Idol - Eyes Without A Face

Performer: Billy Idol
Title: Eyes Without A Face
Style: Pop Rock
Released: 1984
Cat#: VS4 42786, VS4-42786
Country: US
Label: Chrysalis
Size MP3 version: 2451 mb
Size FLAC version: 1361 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 096
Genre: Rock

Billy Idol - Eyes Without A Face


1Blue Highway5:05
2Eyes Without A Face4:08


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
IDOLX 3Billy Idol Eyes Without A Face ‎(12", EP)ChrysalisIDOLX 3UK1984
IDOL 3Billy Idol Eyes Without A Face ‎(7", Single, Gat)ChrysalisIDOL 3UK1984
IDOL 3Billy Idol Eyes Without A Face ‎(7", Single, Pap)ChrysalisIDOL 3UK1984
noneBilly Idol / Toni Basil Billy Idol / Toni Basil - Untitled ‎(12", Maxi, W/Lbl)Not On LabelnoneItalyUnknown
8V8-42791Billy Idol Eyes Without A Face ‎(12", Single, Pic)Chrysalis8V8-42791US1984


  • ProducerKeith Forsey
  • Written By – Idol/Stevens
  • Written-ByIdol, Stevens


Issue with picture sleeve.
Made in U.S.A.

Catalog #: VS4-42786
ⓟ&© 1984 Chrysalis Records
Taken from the LP "Rebel Yell" FV-41450.

Disc Labels:
Catalog #: VS4 42786
Published by Boneidol Music/Rare Blue Music/Rock Steady Music (ASCAP).
Side A: ⓟ 1984 Chrysalis Records, Inc.
Side B: ⓟ 1983 Chrysalis Records, Inc.


  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A side label): VS4 42786-AS
  • Matrix / Runout (B side label): VS4 42786-BS
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, variant 1): EG1 VS4-42786-AS-CC1 [Stamped] STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, variant 1): G2 VS4-42786-BS-CC2 [Stamped] STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, variant 2): G1 VS-4-42786-A CAR-3 [Stamped] STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, variant 2): G1 VS-4-42786-B CAR-3 [Stamped] STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, variant 3): G1 VS-4-42786-A CAR-3 H [Stamped] STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, variant 3): G1 VS-4-42786-B CAR-3 D [Stamped] STERLING


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chrysalis Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Boneidol Music
  • Published By – Rare Blue Music
  • Published By – Rock Steady Music
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Carrollton, GA



Official video of Billy Idol performing Eyes Without A Face from the album Rebel Without A Face - Billy Idol. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Eyes Without a Face is a song by English rock musician Billy Idol, from his second album Rebel Yell 1983. It was released in 1984 as the second single from the album. The song is softer and more ballad-like than most of the album's other singles. It reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Idol's first Top 10 hit in the USA. The song is notable for the female voice of Perri Lister-she appeared in the banned video for Hot in the City-who sings Les yeux sans visage French for Eyes. Billy Idol - Eyes Without A Face. On this page you can download song Billy Idol - Eyes Without A Face in mp3 and listen online. Soft Metal. Billy Idol. The Hits Album-The Soft Rock Album CD 1. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Watch the video for Eyes Without a Face from Billy Idol's Greatest Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Greatest Hits. Billy Idol born William Michael Albert Broad on November 30, 1955 in Middlesex, England is an English musician. Idol lived in Worthing before attending Sussex University for only a year before joining the Bromley Contingent of keen Sex Pistols fans. During this period, Idol decided to become a musician and formed a band called Generation X in 1976. Generation X signed to Chrysalis Records and released three successful albums before breaking up. The song Eyes Without a Face uses similar imagery for effect. However, he tackles the concept of the modern romance and uses the same metaphors the movie used to show the absence of humanity and how cold and callous the modern world has grown to be. All that we in the song's case we have the role of the narrator have endured getting here has made us like the doctor. While the daughter has become eyes without a face she wears a mask a la Halloween's Michael Myers and the only visible part of her face are her eyes, the doctor has become a face without eyes. With Billy Idol, Steve Stevens, Nina Tolbert. Billy Idol performs in the music video Eyes Without a Face from the album Rebel Yell recorded for Chrysalis Records. The music video begins with a closeup of Idol's sneering face as he sings. The video also features women dancing as they sing backup and a guitar solo by Steve Stevens. Title: Billy Idol: Eyes Without a Face Video 1984. PagesMediaMusicMusic VideoMusic RetroVideosBilly Idol - Eyes Without A video shoot for Eyes Without a Face, a song inspired by a horror movie with the same name, almost cost Billy Idol his sight. In 1984, a year after the song was released on Idol's second album Rebel Yell , Idol shot a promo video for what was to become at No. 4 hit, the highest chart entry of his career at that point. The shoot was an intense two-day experience during which he never removed his contact lenses, and thats what led to the medical emergency. Back in the 80s I wore hard contact lenses, and after shooting Eyes Without a Face for 48 hours, I flew to the next gig in Tucson, Ariz. Idol wrote in his 2014 memoir Dancing With Myself. Eyes Without a Face Lyrics: I'm all out of hope, One more bad dream, Could bring a fall, When I'm far from home, Don't call me on the phone, To tell me you're alone, It's easy to deceive, It's easy to. Now I close my eyes And I wonder why I don't despise Now all I can do Is love what was once So alive and new But it's gone from your eyes I'd better realise. The second single from the Rebel Yell album, this song was Idols first Top Ten hit in the US, reaching number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. Among the first three songs written for the album, guitarist and co-writer Steve Stevens said that the chord changes were his spin on a classic 50s doo-wop progression

This song is absolutely timeless. One of those tracks you just want to play over and over again.