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Elemental by Tears for Fears (CD) Rock Pop Alternative Music Break it Down Again

Elemental by Tears for Fears (CD) Rock Pop Alternative Music Break it Down Again



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Additional Information about Elemental by Tears for Fears (CD, Jun-1993, Mercury)
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Album Features
UPC: 731451487521
Artist: Tears For Fears
Format: CD
Release Year: 1993
Record Label: Mercury
Genre: Alternative, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Elemental
2. Cold
3. Break It Down Again
4. Mr. Pessimist
5. Dog's a Best Friend's Dog
6. Fish Out of Water
7. Gas Giants
8. Power
9. Brian Wilson Said
10. Goodnight Song

Playing Time: 47 min.
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Personnel includes: Roland Orzabal, Tim Palmer, Alan Griffiths (various instruments); Guy Pratt (guitar); Mark O'Donoughue (Wurlitzer piano); John Baker (background vocals).Producers: Tim Palmer, Alan Griffiths, Roland Orzabal.Recorded at Neptune's Kitchen (Roland Orzabal's home studio) in Bath, England.All songs written or co-written by Roland Orzabal and Alan Griffiths.Personnel: Mark O'Donoughue (piano, Wurlitzer organ); Guy Pratt (bass guitar); John Baker, Julian Orzabal, Roland Orzabal (background vocals).Recording information: Neptune's Kitchen (1992).Unknown Contributor Role: Pamela Springsteen.On Elemental, Tears for Fears is Roland Orzabal, and he backs away from the cinematic production of The Seeds of Love, preferring a more direct and soulful style of pop music that appeals to both adult contemporary and adult alternative radio audiences. While some of the material is a little weak, the record is easily as good as its immediate predecessor. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


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