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Here's to Future Days

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Here's to Future Days is the fifth studio album by the British pop group Thompson Twins, released on 20 September 1985 by Arista Records. It was the third and final release for the band as a trio, which was their most successful and recognisable line-up. It peaked at 5 on the UK Albums Chart and No. 20 on the US Billboard 200. Before the album's release, the Thompson Twins performed at Live Aid in July 1985, where they revealed their new material by playing a rock-oriented version of the Beatles' song "Revolution". The band were also joined onstage for this number by Nile Rodgers (who co-produced the album), Madonna, and guitarist Steve Stevens, perhaps best known for his work with Billy Idol. Although the album was a chart success in the UK and the US, it was considerably less successful than their previous studio album Into the Gap (1984). Subsequent singles from the album also met with mixed results. The new Nile Rodgers-produced version of "Lay Your Hands o
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