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Name:Tears For Fears Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe 2CD) [EAC FLAC] [RePoPo]

Total Size: 928.74 MB

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CD1 (Size: 928.74 MB) (Files: 46)

 CD1

  01.- Tears For Fears - Shout.flac

47.19 MB

  02.- Tears For Fears - The Working Hour.flac

43.80 MB

  03.- Tears For Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The World.flac

29.47 MB

  04.- Tears For Fears - Mothers Talk.flac

37.11 MB

  05.- Tears For Fears - I Believe.flac

28.90 MB

  06.- Tears For Fears - Broken.flac

19.60 MB

  07.- Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels,Broken (Live).flac

35.94 MB

  08.- Tears For Fears - Listen.flac

41.42 MB

  09.- Tears For Fears - The Working Hour (Piano Version) (From UK Cassette Of Album).flac

12.64 MB

  10.- Tears For Fears - The Marauders (B-Side Of 'The Way You Are').flac

24.71 MB

  11.- Tears For Fears - Empire Building (B-Side Of 'Mothers Talk').flac

17.69 MB

  12.- Tears For Fears - The Big Chair (B-Side Of 'Shout').flac

20.06 MB

  13.- Tears For Fears - Pharaohs (B-Side Of 'Everybody Wants To Rule The World').flac

24.10 MB

  14.- Tears For Fears - When In Love With A Blind Man (B-Side Of 'Head Over Heels - Remix').flac

13.44 MB

  15.- Tears For Fears - Sea Song (B-Side Of 'I Believe - A Soulful Re-Recording').flac

21.85 MB

  16.- Tears For Fears - Broken Revisited.flac

35.43 MB

  CD1.cuetools.flac.accurip

1.75 KB

  CD1.cuetools.flac.cue

3.40 KB

  Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition) (Disc 1).cue

3.44 KB

  Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition) (Disc 1).txt

0.90 KB

  Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition) (Disc 1).log

7.06 KB

  Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition) (Disc 1).m3u

1.93 KB

 CD2

  01.- Tears For Fears - The Way You Are (7' Single).flac

31.48 MB

  02.- Tears For Fears - Mothers Talk (7' Single).flac

25.86 MB

  03.- Tears For Fears - Shout (7' Single).flac

34.61 MB

  04.- Tears For Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The World (7' Single).flac

28.91 MB

  05.- Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels (Remix) (7' Single).flac

29.30 MB

  06.- Tears For Fears - I Believe (A Soulful Re-Recording) (7' Single).flac

29.74 MB

  07.- Tears For Fears - Mothers Talk (US Remix) (7' Single).flac

30.43 MB

  08.- Tears For Fears - Shout (US Remix) (12' Single).flac

57.42 MB

  09.- Tears For Fears - Shout (US Dub Version) (12' Single).flac

47.49 MB

  10.- Tears For Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The World (Urban Mix) (12' Single).flac

40.89 MB

  11.- Tears For Fears - Mothers Talk (Beat Of The Drum Mix) (12' Single).flac

63.99 MB

  12.- Tears For Fears - Broken-Head Over Heels-Broken (Preacher Mix) (12' Single).flac

54.52 MB

  CD2.cuetools.flac.accurip

1.36 KB

  CD2.cuetools.flac.cue

2.88 KB

  Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition Disc 2).cue

2.84 KB

  Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition Disc 2).txt

0.78 KB

  Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition Disc 2).log

5.89 KB

  Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition Disc 2).m3u

1.63 KB

 Covers

  Back.jpg

399.83 KB

  CD-2.jpg

84.69 KB

  CD.jpg

84.11 KB

  Front.jpg

153.89 KB

 Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe 2CD) [EAC-FLAC] [RePoPo].txt

8.87 KB

 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

0.05 KB
 

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Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair
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CD: Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition) (Disc 1)

01. Shout [0:06:33.43]
02. The Working Hour [0:06:31.50]
03. Everybody Wants To Rule The World [0:04:12.43]
04. Mothers Talk [0:05:07.60]
05. I Believe [0:04:55.35]
06. Broken [0:02:38.31]
07. Head Over Heels/Broken (Live) [0:05:02.26]
08. Listen [0:06:57.56]
09. The Working Hour (Piano Version) (From UK Cassette Of Album) [0:02:09.69]
10. The Marauders (B-Side Of "The Way You Are") [0:04:18.24]
11. Empire Building (B-Side Of "Mothers Talk") [0:02:50.37]
12. The Big Chair (B-Side Of "Shout") [0:03:35.17]
13. Pharaohs (B-Side Of "Everybody Wants To Rule The World") [0:03:43.52]
14. When In Love With A Blind Man (B-Side Of "Head Over Heels - Remix")
[0:02:26.61]
15. Sea Song (B-Side Of "I Believe - A Soulful Re-Recording") [0:03:50.69]
16. Broken Revisited [0:05:17.49]


CD: Tears For Fears - Songs From The Big Chair (Deluxe Edition Disc 2)

01. The Way You Are (7" Single) [0:04:59.20]
02. Mothers Talk (7" Single) [0:03:54.66]
03. Shout (7" Single) [0:04:52.46]
04. Everybody Wants To Rule The World (7" Single) [0:04:14.33]
05. Head Over Heels (Remix) (7" Single) [0:04:18.24]
06. I Believe (A Soulful Re-Recording) (7" Single) [0:04:41.60]
07. Mothers Talk (US Remix) (7" Single) [0:04:17.05]
08. Shout (US Remix) (12" Single) [0:08:03.28]
09. Shout (US Dub Version) (12" Single) [0:06:48.23]
10. Everybody Wants To Rule The World (Urban Mix) (12" Single) [0:06:00.04]
11. Mothers Talk (Beat Of The Drum Mix) (12" Single) [0:08:58.22]
12. Broken-Head Over Heels-Broken (Preacher Mix) (12" Single) [0:08:04.03]


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THE ALLMUSIC REVIEW
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Review by Stanton Swihart

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. [The deluxe edition, released in 2006, adds
seven B-sides, the non-album A-side "The Way You Are," and a dozen 7" and 12"
mixes.]


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SOME SONGS REVIEWED BY ALLMUSIC
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SHOUT

Song Review by Chris True

One of the most recognizable songs from the mid-eighties, “Shout” (along with
“Everybody Wants to Rule the World”) became Tears for Fears signature moments
(and became their second No. 1 U.S. single). For a band named after primal
scream therapy, writing a song that wanted to protest the madness going on
around them by,well, shouting, makes perfect sense. So in one respect, it’s
their signature song because it sums up the purpose of the band (up to that
point) so well. In another, its a signature song because of its utter
simplicity. Driven by its percussion track, “Shout” adds layer after layer as
the song progresses, but never strays from its purpose or gets weighted down by
complex structures. The melodies remain simple even in the solos, the production
never gets out of control. With “Shout,” Tears for Fears had found the most
direct way to create a call-to-arms song that would remain in the pop
consciousness for years.



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EVERYBODY WANTS TO RULE THE WORLD

Song Review by Stewart Mason

"Everybody Wants To Rule the World" sounds like an entirely different band than
the mopey British duo that recorded 1983's pretty but pained The Hurting. It's
big, and anthemic, and it sounds, for lack of a better descriptive term,
American. Clearly, this song was designed for one main purpose: to crack the US
charts in a big way, which it in fact did. Opening with a pealing guitar
curlicue (and featuring not one but two hard-rocking guitar solos), the song
dismisses the band's weedy synth-pop roots in favor of a more muscular sound.
The middle eight could come out of a Def Leppard song! Lyrically, the first
album's obsessions with Arthur Janov's primal scream therapy are jettisoned in
favor of a more elliptical set of concerns. Frankly, the lyrics don't come
together particularly well, but they sound good, and the chorus is a terrific
singalong. This is one of the best pure chart pop singles of 1985.



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MOTHERS TALK

Song Review by Stewart Mason

"Mothers Talk" is by some distance the most dated-sounding song on Songs From
The Big Chair, consisting as it does primarily of booming gated drum samples and
Fairlight orchestral stabs under a kind of half-rapped Roland Orzabal lead
vocal. It frankly sounds like a song that was half-written and added onto the
album at the last moment as a filler track. That said, however, it actually fits
perfectly on the album; coming at the end of side one, directly after the dreamy
"Everybody Wants To Rule the World" (itself the third mid-tempo song in a row),
the uncharacteristic urgency of the call-and-response vocals and Curt Smith's
constricted-but-funky bass line (think of Fear of Music-era Talking Heads)
delivers a much-needed jolt of energy to the album. After the record company had
pulled three big hits out of the album, some bright bulb attempted a more
"normal" sounding remix of "Mothers Talk" for US radio, but it was a complete
botch, reducing the song's already thin charms. This version is available as a
bonus track on some CD versions of the album.



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