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Tears For Fears

Interview by Johnny Black, Smash Hits, December 1982

Lest you harbour any doubts as to why Tears For Fears have taken over five months to record their first album, the answer is simple. ...

Tears for Fears: The Hurting (Mercury)

Review by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, March 1983

THE STORY so far...Roland and Curt are two everyday morose ex Joy Division fans. Sullen, sad and ashen faced they do not feel a part ...

Tears for Fears: The Stunning, The Lovely & The Brilliant

Interview by Dave DiMartino, Creem, May 1985

BATH, ENGLAND – In America, people take baths; in England, they not only take them but live in them. And they pronounce them funny – ...

Tears For Fears: The Sequel!

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, September 1989

Three years. Four producers. Nine studios. A million pounds. One album. When Curt Smith and Roland Orzabal began recording the successor to their nine million-selling ...

Tears For Fears: The Seeds Of Love

Review by Lloyd Bradley, Q, October 1989

FOUR YEARS and the best part of £1 million are ominous amounts of time and money to spend following up a huge-selling album. In this ...

Tears for Fears: Fear of Finishing

Report and Interview by Ira Robbins, Rolling Stone, November 1989

Songs From The Big Delay: How Tears For Fears Took Four Years To Sprout The Seeds of Love ...

Tears for Fears: The Seeds Of Love (PolyGram) ****

Review by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, November 1989

AFTER THE release of Tears For Fears' mammoth-selling second album, Songs From the Big Chair, in 1985, an English music paper remarked, "It'll soon be ...

Knebworth 90: The Billion Dollar Buskers

Live Review by Mat Snow, Q, August 1990

IN DAYS OF yore, the elders tell, the grassy slopes of Knebworth would resound to the pagan strains of Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers and ...

ABC & Tears For Fears: Compilations

Review by Chris Roberts, Uncut, June 2001

Tears For Fears: between two stools. ABC: cool disco sheen. That was then. Early Eighties pop revisited Hello! — An Introduction To ABC The Working Hour — ...

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