|A||Dead Eyes Opened
Voice – Edgar Lustgarten
|INK 122||Severed Heads||Dead Eyes Opened (12", Rep)||Ink Records||INK 122||UK||1984|
|88561-5007-4||Severed Heads||Dead Eyes Opened (Cass, MiniAlbum)||Nettwerk||88561-5007-4||US||1986|
|S-RAYA 010||Severed Heads||Dead Eyes Opened (7")||Raya Records||S-RAYA 010||Spain||1987|
|17 NTWK 12||Severed Heads||Dead Eyes Opened (12", MiniAlbum)||Nettwerk||17 NTWK 12||Canada||1986|
|RAYA-010, RAYA 010||Severed Heads||Dead Eyes Opened (12", Maxi)||Raya Records, Raya Records||RAYA-010, RAYA 010||Spain||1987|
Severed Heads are an Australian electronic music group founded in 1979 as Mr. and Mrs. No Smoking Sign. The original members were Richard Fielding and Andrew Wright, who were soon joined by Tom Ellard. Fielding and Wright had both left the band by mid-1981. Their recording deals led to a world tour, which was a multimedia event, due to the video synthesisers performed by Jones. After the tour they returned to Australia in August 1984.
Dead Eyes Opened (Remix Three) by Severed Heads feat. Edgar Lustgarten (1986). Dead Eyes Opened (Re-Opened) by Robert Racic (1994). Dead Eyes Opened (Love Experiment) by Paulmac (1994). Writers: Tom Ellard, Garry Bradbury, Simon Knuckey.
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After many line-up changes featuring Gary Bradbury and psychedelic guitarist Simon Knuckey, Severed Heads was the vehicle for composer Tom Ellard. By 1983 they released a C-60 cassette called ï¿½Since The Accidentï¿½ that grabbed the attention of Ink Records, a subsidiary of Virgin in the UK. Ellard added a throwaway track at the last minute to fill out the cassette, not wanting to leave an unseemly gap on a C60 tape. This track, ï¿½Dead Eyes Openedï¿½ was catchy enough to get a lot of airplay on the main non-commercial radio station in Sydney.