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Tears For Fears

Discussion in 'Non-Metal' started by BenMech, Aug 6, 2002.

  1. BenMech

    BenMech student of the d'eh

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    c'mon, you know you love them, (except for EbW2RtW, which is always overplayed)
     
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    Stormbringer Sid Vicious Reincarnation

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    yeah they have quite nice stuff
     
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    Hell yeah!

    *starts singing*

    Shout shouuuut let it all ouuut...
     
  4. Gadlor

    Gadlor Herald of Homoerotic Fury

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    TFF have to be one of my favorite 80's bands.
     
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    thedyingbride Diabolical Masquerade

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    I like shout... and Atrocity's cover too ;)
     
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    Lady Of The Snow Incompatible

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    *joins in singing* ;)
     
  7. SculptedCold

    SculptedCold -scented manbeef-

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    *does a duet with Sowing the Seeds of Love*

    I've got thier greatest hits, when tears roll down. Awesome album! Very emotive.
     
  8. Board

    Board A role model to mankind:

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    I think "Shout" and "Sowing the seeds of love" are alright, although it's not something I would go out and buy. I see their records often at second hand shops. Didn't they have another hit besides those two and "Everybody wants..."?
     
  9. BenMech

    BenMech student of the d'eh

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    Head Over Heals
    Change
    Mad World
    Pale Shelter
    I Believe
    Advice For the Young At Heart
    Woman In Chains
    Break It Down Again
    Goodnight Song
    Cold
    Raoul and the Kings of Spain (KILLER tune!!!)
    Secrets
    Mothers Talk
    Famous Last Words
    Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down)
     
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    Board A role model to mankind:

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    Hhmmm...I don't think I know any of those. At least not without hearing them first. I remember a video in black & white from '89 by them, but that's not the one I'm thinking of. Maybe I'm just hallucinating.
     
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    yes tears for fears are a great band good songwriters my faves from them are Head Over Heals, Mad World, Pale Shelter, Duran Duran, The Police as well as TFF are my favorite pop bands.
     
  12. BenMech

    BenMech student of the d'eh

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    was there a Boxer (doemstic abuser symbolism) and a bruised woman?

    Was Oleta Adams (jazzy gospelly black pop vocalist) singing with Roland and Curt?

    Was Phil Collins (yep, him) playing the drums?


    It was "Woman in Chains". From The Seeds of Love (song #1)
     

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