Nowhere Is Home documents Dexys celebrated residency at the Duke Of York's Theatre in London, April 2013. The film captures songs from those theatrical shows, that are weaved into 90 minutes of music and interviews with Kevin Rowland and James Paterson.
Too-Rye-Ay is the second album by Dexys Midnight Runners, released in August 1982. The album is best known for the hit single "Come On Eileen".
If Geno Washington were still making records, he would probably sound a lot like the Zutons. Then again, Dexys Midnight Runners, who brought many pop fans' attention to the great soul man in the early '80s, are also forerunners of the Zutons. (…) What a pity they released Tired of Hanging Around in the same week as Shayne Ward's album; otherwise, there would have been some real music at the top of the charts.
Oui Avant-Garde á Chance is the seventh full-length album British folk metal band, Skyclad. It contains 8 original tracks, 2 remixes and 2 covers: "Come On Eileen" (originally by Dexys Midnight Runners) and "Master Race" (originally by New Model Army). The apparently nonsensical French album title is a pun - when pronounced in English it's, 'We haven't got a chance'.