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Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (2014) [96kHz/24bit]

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Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (2014) [96kHz/24bit]
Label: Universal Music Catalogue
Country: UK
Genre: Pop Rock, Synthpop
Quality: FLAC (*tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless [96kHz/24bit]
Time: 1:23:48
Full Size: 1,67 Gb

If The Hurting was mental anguish, Songs from the Big Chair marks the progression towards emotional healing, a particularly bold sort of catharsis culled from Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith's shared attraction to primal scream therapy. The album also heralded a dramatic maturation in the band's music, away from the synth-pop brand with which it was (unjustly) seared following the debut, and towards a complex, enveloping pop sophistication. The songwriting of Orzabal, Smith, and keyboardist Ian Stanley took a huge leap forward, drawing on reserves of palpable emotion and lovely, protracted melodies that draw just as much on soul and R&B music as they do on immediate pop hooks. The album could almost be called pseudo-conceptual, as each song holds its place and each is integral to the overall tapestry, a single-minded resolve that is easy to overlook when an album is as commercially successful as Songs from the Big Chair. And commercially successful it was, containing no less than three huge commercial radio hits, including the dramatic and insistent march, "Shout" and the shimmering, cascading "Head Over Heels," which, tellingly, is actually part of a song suite on the album. Orzabal and Smith's penchant for theorizing with steely-eyed austerity was mistaken for harsh bombasticism in some quarters, but separated from its era, the album only seems earnestly passionate and immediate, and each song has the same driven intent and the same glistening remoteness. It is not only a commercial triumph, it is an artistic tour de force. And in the loping, percolating "Everybody Wants to Rule the World," Tears for Fears perfectly captured the zeitgeist of the mid-'80s while impossibly managing to also create a dreamy, timeless pop classic. Songs from the Big Chair is one of the finest statements of the decade.
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1. Shout 00:06:33
2. The Working Hour 00:06:31
3. Everybody Wants To Rule The World 00:04:11
4. Mothers Talk 00:05:07
5. I Believe 00:04:56
6. Broken 00:02:39
7. Head Over Heels / Broken 00:05:01
8. Listen 00:06:55
9. Shout (2014 Steven Wilson Mix) 00:06:35
10. The Working Hour (2014 Steven Wilson Mix) 00:06:34
11. Everybody Wants To Rule The World (2014 Steven Wilson Mix) 00:04:13
12. Mothers Talk (2014 Steven Wilson Mix) 00:05:08
13. I Believe (2014 Steven Wilson Mix) 00:04:55
14. Broken (2014 Steven Wilson Mix) 00:02:38
15. Head Over Heels (2014 Steven Wilson Mix) 00:04:55
16. Listen (2014 Steven Wilson Mix) 00:06:57



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