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CrashesParties n TheValley
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Even after 20 years,there '80s hit's are still Good. Tears For Fears had some Classic Songs...And i can see myself listening to those same song 20 years from now [Big Grin]

Quick Facts: Roland Orzabal & Curt Smith met as children in Bath,England...Orzabal & Smith Formed the ska revival band Gradute in the late '70s. Both came from broken homes [Frown]

These Are My Fav. Tears For Fears Songs:

"Sowing The Seed Of Love"

"Pale Shelter"

"Everybody Wont's To Rule The World"

"Change"

"Head Over Heels"

What songs do you like from Tears For Fears?

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CrashesParties n TheValley
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I guess there are'nt too many Tears For Fears Fans on here?
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Devolution here,

My favorite:

Break it down again.

I don't know why. I just thought it reminded me of how good Tears for Fears was.

WE are DEVO

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Stitch Groover
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Even though it's incredibly derivative, Sowing the seeds of love is easily my favorite, although once Shout gets in your head, it's a tough job getting it out again
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Good choice CT. I like Shout.
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I'm a pretty big TFF's fan, in fact I even have that Graduate album on vinyl. I'm more a fan of the first two albums. The Hurting is my favorite, I love most of the songs and the videos for Pale Shelter, Mad World and Change. Songs from the Big Chair was their peak in my opinion, I really like Everybody wants to rule the world. The later albums each have one or two really good singles, but too much filler. And when Curt Smith left the band, Roland Orzabal should have just gone solo instead of continue the TFF's name. Anyway, I haven't got the new comeback album yet, but am excited that Curt and Roland got back together after all these years. Shout might be the most catchiest song in radio history, even though I've heard it a million times.
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CrashesParties n TheValley
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The thing i like about Tears For Fears is that...There music never gets old,even 20 years later there music is still good.
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Duckie Dale Winton
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Great band! They're touring here again in April/May, and It's looking like I'll be going.

Oh, and CT - to add to your quick facts......the band that brought the two of them together (after one of them heard the other singing along to a track) was the godlike genius of.....BLUE OYSTER CULT! Oh YEEESSSS!!!! [Cool] [Cool]

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Smayt Shatner
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I like Tears for Fears,especially SHOUT.
An 80's band that i was recently listening to are
FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM.
Absolutely brilliant,moody,dark,fast,intriging and homepride!!!!
NEPH' fans will get that last bit.

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