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Shout: The Very Best of Tears for Fears

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Alternative Rock and Pop album by Tears For Fears

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Good collection from under-rated duo

  • Jul 5, 2004
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+5
Tears For Fears is the duo who crafted intelligent, tuneful pop songs back in the 1980's, riding the "new wave" sound of that era. The duo parted ways in the early 90's, and this is the first hits album to include Roland Orzabal's post breakup material recorded under the TFF name. Curt Smith has the more impressive voice, but Orzabal is also a solid vocalist, with his solo hit Break It Down Again a memorable track. This album fails to include anything from the 2nd Orzabal TFF solo album Raoul and The Kings of Spain, which had a few memorable tracks but was a commercial and chart flop. If you like Tears For Fears you might also want to get the last album and Elemental in addition to the hits collection.

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Label: Island , Mercury
Artist: Tears For Fears
Genre: Alternative Rock, Pop
Release Date: September 25, 2001

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