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  1. Aug 20,  · Tears for Fears synthesize all of the threads on Songs From the Big Chair —intricacy, romance, psychology, and politics—on the album’s centerpiece, the everlasting “Everybody Wants to Rule /
  2. It’s rare that an album this creative is as popular as Songs From the Big Chair. It was the album of the summer in , sold five million copies in the U.S. alone and about ten million ibbovetiwade.tetanecastrighdoggflamamipspirnetftread.infoinfo CD was remastered in and sounds great. The sound is full of detail, something necessary for /5().
  3. Listen to your favorite songs from Songs From The Big Chair by Tears For Fears Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. Songs From The Big Chair was Tears For Fears second album and spawned classic worldwide hit songs such as the US No. 1 singles “Everybody Wants To Rule the World” and “Shout” as well as “Head over Heels” and “Mother’s Talk.”.
  5. Songs from the Big Chair became a huge hit in America, rocketing to the top of the charts on the strength of the singles "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" and "Shout," which both hit number one, and the number three "Head Over Heels," which were all supported by clever, stylish videos that received heavy MTV airplay.
  6. Tears For Fears ‎– Songs From The Big Chair Label: Mercury ‎– , Universal Music Group ‎– /5(27).
  7. Songs from the Big Chair took the gothic synth-pop foundations of the band and combined them with arena-ready anthems, leading to critical acclaim and three international hit singles, Mothers Talk.
  8. Jan 01,  · First month free. Songs from the Big Chair is the second studio album by English pop rock band Tears for Fears, released on 25 February by Phonogram Records. The album peaked at number two in /5().
  9. The album is also a vehicle for some of the '80s' most inspired singles: On "Shout," with its indelible hook and vivid digital production, and the open-road anthem "Everybody Wants to Rule the World," they put their big-tent aspirations front and center, while the majestic "Head Over Heels / Broken" confirms their place atop the arena-pop throne.