The Chameleons – Tomorrow Never Knows (1986)

“Strange Times”, their third album, again sported Smithies’ artwork, and was recorded at Surrey’s prestigious Jacob’s Studio with Dave Allen as producer. He brought out the darker elements within the band and helped concoct an LP of exhilarating beauty, showcasing a band pushing its creativity to the absolute limit. It appeared as a double album in the States with six extra tracks, including “Ever After” and a cover version of the Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows”, both of which have yet to be issued in the UK. As with all the band’s US releases, the group was billed as Chameleons UK on the sleeve which, incidentally, featured a blue border instead of purple. [Source]



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