Revenge brought Eurythmics full circle, back to Wolperath, Germany and the studio of German producer Conny Plank, best known for helming albums by Kraftwerk and other “krautock” groups in the ’70s. Plank had produced Eurythmics’ first album,’ In the Garden’. “ We went back to the same equipment on a farm in the middle of the German countryside,” says Dave Stewart. “We made an album that kept Eurythmic’s quirkiness but had a big sound. Songs such as “Thorn in My Side,” “Missionary Man” and “When Tomorrow Comes” were anthemic, which really suited our live performances. We were playing huge arenas all over the world. By the time we arrived at “Revenge”, we had a body of 12 to 15 hits and were popular in places we had never even heard of.” “The Miracle of Love” from the album, became a classic healing song and the closing number of Eurythmics Revenge World Tour.