|1||Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing||2:54|
|4||Go Walking Down There||2:49|
|5||Don't Leave Me On My Own||2:14|
|6||Things Go Wrong||3:00|
|8||There She Goes||3:14|
|10||Changed Your Mind||3:51|
|11||Shadows In A Mirror||3:59|
|13||The End Of Everything||3:05|
|9 45845-2||Chris Isaak||Forever Blue (CD, Album)||Reprise Records||9 45845-2||US||1995|
|WPCR-247||Chris Isaak||Forever Blue (CD, Album)||Reprise Records||WPCR-247||Japan||1995|
|9 45845-4||Chris Isaak||Forever Blue (Cass, Album)||Reprise Records||9 45845-4||US||1995|
|W4 45845||Chris Isaak||Forever Blue (Cass, Album, Club, Dol)||Reprise Records||W4 45845||Canada||1995|
|339||Chris Isaak||Forever Blue (Cass, Unofficial)||Music Box||339||1995|
Forever Blue (Chris Isaak album). Forever Blue is the fifth album by American rock and roll musician Chris Isaak, released in 1995. The album included three singles: the Grammy-nominated "Somebody's Crying"; "Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing," which was featured in Stanley Kubrick's final film, Eyes Wide Shut; and "Graduation Day," featured in the 1996 film Beautiful Girls. In 1996, Forever Blue was also nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Album, though it lost to Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill.
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Without identifying who it was, Isaak made his mood clear with Forever Blue by including a farewell letter in the liner notes to the lover who had dumped him. Kicking things off with the snaky, almost guttural "Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing," later made a theme song for Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, Isaak lives up to the confused, fractured message in that letter, turning Forever Blue into his own exorcism.
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Forever Blue" was inspired by a letter Isaak had planned to send an ex-girlfriend. Isaak told Star Bulletin: "I wrote that letter 10 times that day and still didn't send it because it wasn't right. Then I picked up my guitar and wrote it to her in song. When I got done I felt that everything had fallen into place what I couldn't say in a letter. Issak added, "This song started as a letter to my ex. I hope she hears it someday
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