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Tears For Fears - Tears Roll Down (Greatest Hits) CD £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/5% deductions @ Play
Tears For Fears - Tears Roll Down (Greatest Hits) CD £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/5% deductions @ Play

Tears For Fears - Tears Roll Down (Greatest Hits) CD £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/5% deductions @ Play

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Sowing the Seeds of Love
Everybody Wants to Rule the World
Woman in Chains
Shout
Head over Heels
Mad World
Pale Shelter
I Believe
Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down)
Mothers Talk
Change
Advice for the Young at Heart

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21 Comments

Its hot and its getting bought

The dreams in which I'm dying are the best I've ever had.

Voted hot...

top album ... voted hot

Great band, voted hot

Excellent CD, one of my faves. Voted HOT!!!

nice!

Brings back memories :-)

Anyone know if these guy's are still together? great band by the way and heat added.

Still together but don't think they are doing much these days.

A good compilation of a band whose singles were great. I never enjoyed their albums though.

Excellent compilation!!! ... I have the DVD video's of this also, "Tears Roll Down (Greatest Hits 82-92)" which have the same tracks ... I can HIGHLY recommend getting that too!!!

Ripped it to my iTouch and listen/watch it often still

Voted hot!

andym6561;4684699

Anyone know if these guy's are still together? great band by the way and … Anyone know if these guy's are still together? great band by the way and heat added.



They're not I'm afraid .. actually asked myself this question about 2 months back and googled it up ... this was what I found on wikipedia:

Break-up and solo careers

After The Seeds of Love, Orzabal and Smith had an acrimonious falling out and parted company in 1991. The split was blamed on Orzabal's intricate but frustrating approach to production and Smith's desire to slow down the pace of their work. Prior to The Seeds of Love, Smith had also been deeply affected by the breakdown of his marriage to Lynn Altman, whom he had met in his teens. Orzabal kept the band name alive by releasing the 1992 hit single "Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down)" in order to promote the greatest hits collection Tears Roll Down (Greatest Hits 82-92) which featured every single to reach the Top 20 either in the UK or internationally, apart from the Sport Aid fundraiser.

Smith relocated to New York City, and in 1993 he released his first solo album, Soul On Board. The album was a commercial failure and Smith himself has said on numerous occasions that he despised it, alleging that he only made it in order to fulfill his recording contract. In 1995 he met local songwriter and producer Charlton Pettus. The two formed a self-described "organic" partnership, writing simple, melody-based songs and recording them at home on vintage analogue equipment "


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wik…ars

Too bad as I reckon they were an ace band.

Superb compilation, definately one to have in your stack!!

Nice find!!

"Woman in chains" excellent song.. as I turn the Napster on to have a listen!!

Thanks Andy-have oredered and voted hot.

Emmsa76;4684644

Brings back memories :-)




For me too, I bought this album many years ago, the 80's was my era;-).
Still love it, bargain for £2.99

Well worth it for 2.99.

Shame they aint together anymore as they probably did there best work together, but if you cant work with someone you just cant work with someone.

The TFT info here isn't up to much! What about the excellent non-Smith album Elemental. Plus the two got back together in recent years and put out a new album called Everybody Loves A Happy Ending.

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machman;4688154

. Plus the two got back together in recent years and put out a new album … . Plus the two got back together in recent years and put out a new album called Everybody Loves A Happy Ending.



Which isn't a bad album either :thumbsup:

RFC1795;4685987

They're not I'm afraid .. actually asked myself this question about 2 … They're not I'm afraid .. actually asked myself this question about 2 months back and googled it up ... this was what I found on wikipedia:Break-up and solo careersAfter The Seeds of Love, Orzabal and Smith had an acrimonious falling out and parted company in 1991. The split was blamed on Orzabal's intricate but frustrating approach to production and Smith's desire to slow down the pace of their work. Prior to The Seeds of Love, Smith had also been deeply affected by the breakdown of his marriage to Lynn Altman, whom he had met in his teens. Orzabal kept the band name alive by releasing the 1992 hit single "Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down)" in order to promote the greatest hits collection Tears Roll Down (Greatest Hits 82-92) which featured every single to reach the Top 20 either in the UK or internationally, apart from the Sport Aid fundraiser.Smith relocated to New York City, and in 1993 he released his first solo album, Soul On Board. The album was a commercial failure and Smith himself has said on numerous occasions that he despised it, alleging that he only made it in order to fulfill his recording contract. In 1995 he met local songwriter and producer Charlton Pettus. The two formed a self-described "organic" partnership, writing simple, melody-based songs and recording them at home on vintage analogue equipment "Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tears_for_fearsToo bad as I reckon they were an ace band.




Don't trust that Wiki thing!!

Their still together,released an album in 2005 called "Everybody loves a happy ending"(loved it)
They did a UK and US tour that year to promote that album
I think they appear pretty much annually at the "Night of the proms"in Belgium
They have a tour planned in the US in July(Again an annual thing i think)
Check out you tube for tour and prom clips,they still sound great.

thommo;4688499

Don't trust that Wiki thing!!Their still together,released an album in … Don't trust that Wiki thing!!Their still together,released an album in 2005 called "Everybody loves a happy ending"(loved it)They did a UK and US tour that year to promote that albumI think they appear pretty much annually at the "Night of the proms"in BelgiumThey have a tour planned in the US in July(Again an annual thing i think)Check out you tube for tour and prom clips,they still sound great.



Excellent'o!! Thanks for the info ... I will look it up for sure!!

Have some rep :thumbsup:

Wikipedia was well out then !

mekon;4693423

Wikipedia was well out then !



Mmmm Just checked Wiki out and it now looks fairly up to date;-);-)
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