- Audio CD (November 10, 2014)
- Number of Discs: 6
- Label: Mercury
- ASIN: B00NMPSQK6
- Average Customer Review: 324 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #96,896 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Songs From The Big Chair Audio Super Deluxe
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Tears for Fears' biggest-selling album, Songs from the Big Chair is now available in its most spectacular format. This six disc edition of the album includes newly remastered versions of classics songs like 'Everybody Wants To Rule the World,' 'Mother's Talk,' 'Shout' and 'Head over Heels,' plus a multitude of remixes and B-sides, plus a disc of nine previously unreleased tracks and a 5.1 surround sound version of the album mixed by renowned musician and audio engineer Steven Wilson. Tears for Fears' phenomenal 10-million-selling second album marked a transition in the band's sound and catapulted them into international prominence and this set is a must for fans of the band and music in general.
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Impresionante las variaciones de las secciones rítmicas, las melodías profundas y directas como esa entrada de "Head Over Heels" al teclado y guitarra o el tempo como "giratorio" de Everybody Wants to Rule The World con un bridge subiendo y bajando en la escala, "girando".
Instrumentos que ejecutan frases jazzísticas, la frialdad de Shout... En definitiva, impresionante, que manera de inventar genialidades. Por qué ya nadie hace algo así.
Great album, probably the best of the TFF career,although the biggest and expensive album was The Seed Of Love.
It's hard to review an album that you have that kind of history with, even considering that I didn't even own a copy. It's hard to scrutinize the music of your youth, because it's a part of you. It helps make up your identity - it's in your DNA, so to speak. Obviously, and for reasons that will be clear to any listener, I love this album.
Favorite tracks: Mothers Talk, The Working Hour, Broken
The one that snuck up on me: The Conflict. I thought it was an instrumental at first, but the lyrics are poignant and lovely.