Eyes of God- Eyes of God

A few months ago, a friend and fellow DJ turned me on to Eyes of God, a four piece San Franciso-based darkwave band, filled with heavy guitars, blaring saxophones, powerful female vocals, and religious lyrics. Little information was available on the net, and at the time, it seemed as if the band only had the one release. The 12” I was originally given has also been uploaded on A Viable Commercial, one of the best blogs around these parts. That particular 12” was released in two formats, with different covers but the same basic track listing, likely released as a label cash-in.

However, I stumbled upon what I believe to be the band’s only other release, a debut 12” dating from 1984 and containing four proper studio tracks (not remixes). Naturally, I freed it from the confines of the dollar bin and am pleased to upload it for your listening pleasure.

Eyes of God- Eyes of God 12”
1. Love Letters
2. Secret Life
3. Sin Twist
4. Cruel Party

*download it here* (RE-RIPPED 10.9.17)

6 Responses to “Eyes of God- Eyes of God”

  1. This is exciting! The singer sounds (and looks) Italian, which reminds me of other great bands from that time like Krisma and Art Fleury. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Any chance for a better quality of a larger picture??

  3. frankie teardrop Says:

    i uploaded the higher res/larger version of the cover to discogs: http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=2176993

  4. Anonymous Says:

    There is another album out there. Just heard both of them today. Im sorry I cannot remember the name. But the cover color was kind of beige, with a cross on the front with a female looking through it. The eyes are noticeable. On the back theres a name of a song and some symbols at the bottom left. One is a pentagram, one is a celtic cross. Thats all i kind of remember.

  5. Cover looks interesting! Downloading now.

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