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Tears for Fears

Tears for Fears

From the New Wave 80s days of 'The Hurting' which spawned the hits 'Change', 'Pale Shelter' and 'Mad World' (covered by Gary Jules to be a hit over 20 years later), through to the pop/ rock of 'Songs from the Big Chair' through the trippy 'Seeds of Love'. Each album saw the band re-invent themselves until Curt Smith's departure in 1991.

The band went on to release two albums in the post-Curt period, 'Elemental' in 1993 and 'Raoul and the Kings of Spain' in 1995.

Curt rejoined in 2000 and they then went onto release "Everybody Loves a Happy Ending" in 2004.

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