- ''For information about the day commemorating veterans and civilians in World War I, World War II, and other wars, see Remembrance Day.
Remembrance Days is the second album by the British band The Dream Academy. Not as successful as the band's debut album in 1985, the album peaked at #181 in the USA.
All songs written by Nick Laird-Clowes and Gilbert Gabriel, except where noted:
- Indian Summer – 4:56
- The Lesson Of Love – 4:40 (Nick Laird-Clowes and Patrick Leonard)
- Humdrum – 4:18 (Nick Laird-Clowes)
- Power To Believe – 5:15
- Hampstead Girl – 3:42
- Here – 4:24
- In The Hands Of Love – 4:49
- Ballad In 4/4 – 3:59 (Nick Laird-Clowes)
- Doubleminded – 3:53 (Nick Laird-Clowes)
- Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime – 3:43 (James Warren)
- In Exile (For Rodrigo Rojas) – 6:42
Singles from the Album
- Indian Summer
- The Lesson Of Love
- Power To Believe (appears in the movie Planes, Trains, and Automobiles)
- Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime - (Canada)
- The lyrics and music for The Lesson Of Love was written in just two four hour sessions at Patrick Leonard's home.
- Nick was inspired to write In Exile after reading an article in The Village Voice on Rodrigo Rojas.
- Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime was not going to be included in the album at first, until Lindsey Buckingham got involved with it at the last minute. Because of this, the vocals were done in his bedroom, with him playing the Snare Drum in his bathroom.