Tears for Fears

Tears for Fears were an English New Wave/art-pop band that emerged with the 1983 Mercury album The Hurting, which spawned the hits “Pale Shelter,” “Mad World,” and “Change.” They achieved global success with their 1985 second album Songs From the Big Chair, topping charts with “Everybody Wants to Rule the World,” “Shout,” “Head Over Heels,” […]


Graduate was an English mod-ska band from Bath, Somerset, that released the album Acting My Age on Pye-subsidiary Precision in 1980. Guitarist Roland Orzabal and bassist Curt Smith cut two singles in Naked Eyes precursor Neon, then formed Tears for Fears. Members: Roland Orzabal (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Curt Smith (bass, synthesizers, vocals), John Baker (guitar, […]

Tears for Fears ‎– The Seeds of Love (1989)

The Seeds of Love is the third album by English art-pop duo Tears for Fears, released in 1989 on Fontana. Tracklist: 1. “Woman in Chains” (6:30) 2. “Badman’s Song” (8:32) 3. “Sowing the Seeds of Love” (6:16) 4. “Advice for the Young at Heart” (4:54) 5. “Standing on the Corner of the Third World” (5:30) […]