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Songs From the Big Chair (Deluxe)


Download links and information about Songs From the Big Chair (Deluxe) by Tears For Fears. This album was released in 1985 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 02:31:47 minutes.

Artist: Tears For Fears
Release date: 1985
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 33
Duration: 02:31:47
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No. Title Length
1. Shout 6:32
2. The Working Hour 6:31
3. Everybody Wants To Rule the World 4:11
4. Mothers Talk 5:06
5. I Believe 4:55
6. Broken 2:38
7. Head Over Heels / Broken 5:02
8. Listen 6:53
9. The Big Chair 3:21
10. Empire Building 2:52
11. The Marauders 4:15
12. Broken Revisited 5:16
13. The Conflict 4:04
14. The Working Hour (Piano Version) 2:08
15. Pharaohs (Single Version) 3:41
16. When In Love With a Blind Man 2:23
17. Sea Song 3:53
18. The Way You Are 4:55
19. Mothers Talk (Short Version) 3:54
20. Shout (Alternative Version) 6:00
21. Everybody Wants To Rule the World (7" Version) 4:12
22. Head Over Heels (Dave Bascombe 7" N.Mix) 4:17
23. I Believe (A Soulful Re-Recording) 4:42
24. Everybody Wants To Run the World 4:34
25. The Way You Are (Edit) 4:21
26. Mothers Talk (U.S. Remix) 4:14
27. Shout (U.S. Single Edit) 4:06
28. Everybody Wants To Run the World (Running Version) 4:33
29. Head Over Heels (Hughes 7" Edit) 4:16
30. Mothers Talk (Video Version) 4:47
31. Shout (7" Edit) 4:47
32. Listen (Clean Intro) 6:52
33. Roland & Curt Interviewed 7:36



Tears for Fears' best album, and one of the most popular albums from the 1980s, Songs From the Big Chair was re-released in the U.K. and later the United States with updated liner notes and seven bonus tracks. Most of the bonus material, especially "Big Chair," "Empire Building," "The Marauders," "Broken Revisited," and "The Conflict," is comprised of sometimes bizarre and always experimental instrumental pieces which serve as an epilogue to the album, but don't really add much in terms of musical quality. These tracks probably wouldn't register with people who best remember this band for hits like "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" and "Head Over Heels," As a big bonus, however, the U.S. single remix of "Mothers Talk" is included, as well as another U.S. remix of "Shout," although the original version of "Shout" was the hit. A decent repackaging for a seminal 1980s album.