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Shout: The Very Best of Tears for Fears album for sale by Tears For Fears was released Sep 25, 2001 on the Mercury label. Digitally remastered by Suha Gur (Universal Mastering Studios-East). Shout: The Very Best of Tears for Fears songs British duo Tears for Fears debuted in the age of New Romantic synth-pop, and while their early output did share some superficial elements with the likes of Simple Minds, OMD, et al, they were always master craftsmen first and foremost, in terms of both songwriting and production. SHOUT: THE VERY BEST OF TEARS FOR FEARS kicks off with such early hits as "Pale Shelter," "Change," and "Mad World," which array the requisite early-1980s layers of synthesizers in such an artful way that one would be forgiven for regarding TFF as the Beach Boys of electro-pop. It didn't take long for Curt Smith and Roland Orzabal to transcend the genre, though, and elegant melodic pop gems "Head Over Heels" and "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" are lush, timeless classics more akin to the contemporaneous works of, say, Prefab Sprout. Shout: The Very Best of Tears for Fears CD music contains a single disc with 17 songs. ...See Full Description
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Shout: The Very Best of Tears for Fears songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2093295|
|Release Date||Sep 25, 2001|
|Recording Time||79 minutes|
|Personnel||Roland Orzabal - vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming|
Curt Smith - vocals, keyboards, bass
Also: Phil Collins, Mel Collins, Pino Palladino, Simon Phillips, Phil Palmer, Robbie McIntosh, Chris Hughes, Stevie Lange, Simon Clark, Randy Jacobs, Oleta Adams, Neil Taylor, Manny Elias, Marilyn Davis, Ian Stanley, Annie McCaig, Sandy McLelland, Tim Palmer, Alan Griffiths, John Baker, Mark O'Donoughue, Nicky Holland, Caroline Orzabal, Ross Cullum, William Davis
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In the early '80s, Collins took a break from the helm of Genesis to inaugurate a solo career that abandoned his group's art-rock agenda for a mainstream pop approach. In the ensuing years, the king of Nice Guy Pop established himself as one of the world's premier top 40 balladeers, as evidenced by the wall-to-wall hits that make up the balance of this appropriately titled collection. HITS walks the listener through the smooth, well-produced Collins hits that have worked their way into the collective consciousness of radio listeners (even casual ones) over the years. There are majestic power ballads ("I Wish It Would Rain") to light-hearted, infectious pop-funk ("Sussudio") and moody atmospheric pieces ("In the Air Tonight") HITS represents the full range of material this prolific performer has turned out over the course of his wildly successful career.
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Personnel: Phil Collins (vocals, keyboards, drums, drum machine, tambourine, background vocals); David Crosby, Amy Keyes, Amy Keys, Philip Bailey, Arnold McCuller (vocals); Daryl Stuermer, Dominic Miller, Eric Clapton, Michael Hart Thompson , Michael Landau, Michael Thompson (guitar); Lakshminarayana Shankar (violin); Eric Rigler (Uilleann pipe); Don Myrick, Andrew Woolfolk (saxophone); Daniel Fornero, Harry Kim, Rahmlee Michael Davis (trumpet); Arturo Velasco, Louis Satterfield (trombone); Vine Street Horns (horns); Greg Phillinganes (piano, Wurlitzer organ); Peter Robinson (piano, vibraphone, glockenspiel); David Frank (keyboards, mini-Moog synthesizer); Babyface (keyboards, drum programming, background vocals); Lesette Wilson, Rob Mounsey, Brad Cole (keyboards); Paulinho Da Costa, Sheila E. (percussion); Lynn Fiddmont, Helen Terry, Alex Brown, Marva King, Peter Gabriel, Sting (background vocals).
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Shout: The Very Best of Tears for Fears buy CD music When Jon Anderson rejoined Yes after DRAMA, he was inserting himself into an unusual situation. Keyboardist Geoff Downes and longtime guitarist Steve Howe had left to form Asia with prog rock vets John Wetton (King Crimson, Roxy Music etc.) and Carl Palmer (ELP). Chris Squire and Alan White brought original Yes keysman Tony Kaye back and recruited vibrant young Australian guitarist/vocalist/composer Trevor Rabin. The quartet had already begun writing and recording, but Anderson was able to insert himself into the proceedings with such ease that the new combination sounds completely natural on 90125.
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Recorded at Sarm Studio, London, England. Originally released on Atco (90125).
Yes: Jon Anderson (vocals); Trevor Rabin (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); Tony Kaye (keyboards); Chris Squire (bass, background vocals); Alan White (drums, percussion, background vocals).
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Recording information: Air Studios, London, England (1983); Sarm Studios, London, England (1983); Sunpark Studios, London, England (1983).
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Although Lionel Richie was AWOL for most of the '90s, he's still a pop culture force to be reckoned with, and THE DEFINITIVE COLLECTION ably supports this assertion. Between his work as a frontman for The Commodores, songwriter for other artists, and as a solo act, Richie became the only songwriter to score nine chart-toppers in nine consecutive years. Aside from Kenny Rogers' "Lady" and USA For Africa's "We Are The World," (co-written with Michael Jackson), all the other #1's are here: "Endless Love" (with Diana Ross), "Truly," "Hello," "All Night Long (All Night)," "Say You, Say Me," "Still" and "Three Times A Lady." That's not even counting the man's other Top 10 hits including further Commodores manna like "Easy" (later a hit remake for Faith No More). Throw in solo sides like the infectious "Dancing On the Ceiling" and the urgent "Running With The Night" and its easy to hear how Richie nonchalantly dominating the charts throughout the '80s. He brings things up-to-date with two new songs: the slow rolling Enrique Iglesias duet "To Love a Woman" and the piano ballad "Goodbye."
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Liner Note Author: Steven Ivory.
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20 of their best tracks available on 1 CD, including 'Just What I Needed', 'You're All I've Got Tonight', Touch and Go', 'Magic', 'You Might Think' & more. Rhino Records. 2002.
Digitally remastered by Dan Hersch (Digiprep).
Compilation producer: The Cars, David McLees.
Personnel: Benjamin Orr (vocals, bass guitar); Ric Ocasek (vocals); Elliot Easton (guitar, background vocals); Greg Hawkes (saxophone, keyboards, percussion, background vocals); David Robinson (drums, percussion, background vocals).
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Liner Note Author: Brett Milano.
Photographers: Ebet Roberts; B.C. Kagan; David Robinson ; Brian McLaughlin.
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Best of Simple Minds CDs (2002)
Shout: The Very Best of Tears for Fears songs Over the course of two discs, THE BEST OF SIMPLE MINDS chronicles all the phases of the Scottish band's eclectic career. They began as a gritty young post-punk outfit in the late 1970s. But by the turn of the decade, they had incorporated a precocious mix of punk, dance beats, and synthesizers, for a sound that helped create the template for much of what followed in UK pop for the next several years. This golden age of the group is represented by percolating, synth-laced tunes such as "I Travel" and "Sweat in Bullet."
By the mid-'80s, Simple Minds had become worldwide stars by expanding their sound to stadium size, a la U2 or Peter Gabriel. Epitomized by "Alive and Kicking" and "Promised You a Miracle," this period is the one with which casual observers most frequently associate the band. The collection continues further still, following Simple Minds into more organic-sounding territory, during a phase where they'd earned their stripes as elder rock statesmen. From edgy punks to gilded popsters, Simple Minds are comprehensively captured on this collection.
Digitally remastered 32 track collection from the longtime Scottish favorites. Includes the worldwide smash 'Don't You Forget About Me' (of course) and some of their hits prior to the worldwide breakthru, including 'Theme From Great Cities', 'I Travel', 'The American','Promised You A Miracle' and more. A bonus treat is the remix of 'Theme From Great Cities' by Raven Maize, a hit at the 2001 Winter Music Conference.
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