Tears For Fears


Tears For Fears

Tears for Fears, named after a phrase found in Arthur Janov's book Prisoners of Pain, is a British pop/rock outfit formed in 1981 in Bath, England. Founder members Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith had been friends since their early teens and had already been in the shortlived ska band Graduate. Initially associated with the new wave and synthesiser bands of the early 1980s, Tears For Fears' earlier work, as evidenced on their 1983 debut album The Hurting , was explicitly based around the emotional angst of adolescence. Read more on Last.fm


Appearances

FIRST

14/10/1982
Mad World Studio Performance


LAST

17/11/1994
Mad World Studio Performance


TOTAL (incl. )

26


Artist Statistics

Below are the number of appearances made, sorted by the most popular types of performance. Repeat performances are not counted, unless stated otherwise.

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STUDIO PERFORMANCES

10

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MUSIC VIDEOS

9

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LIVE PERFORMANCES

1

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SATELLITE VIDEOS

0


Artist Appearances

Episode Performance
17/11/1994 Mad World
Studio Performance

27/05/1993 Break It Down Again
Live Performance

27/02/1992 Laid So Low (tears Roll Down)
Top 40 Breaker Clip

Review of the 80s Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Studio Performance

30/11/1989 Woman In Chains
Top 40 Breaker Clip

14/09/1989 Sowing The Seeds Of Love
Music Video

31/08/1989 Sowing The Seeds Of Love
Music Video

29/05/1986 Everybody Wants To Run The World
Music Video

Christmas Day 1985 Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Music Video

04/07/1985 Head Over Heels
Music Video

20/06/1985 Head Over Heels
Top 40 Breaker Clip

11/04/1985 Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Studio Performance

28/03/1985 Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Studio Performance

03/01/1985 Shout
Studio Performance

13/12/1984 Shout
Music Video

30/08/1984 Mothers Talk
Studio Performance

16/08/1984 Mothers Talk
Studio Performance

22/12/1983 The Way You Are
Studio Performance

08/12/1983 The Way You Are
Studio Performance

28/04/1983 Pale Shelter
Studio Performance

03/03/1983 Change
Music Video

17/02/1983 Change
Music Video

03/02/1983 Change
Studio Performance

18/11/1982 Mad World
Studio Performance

28/10/1982 Mad World
Music Video

14/10/1982 Mad World
Studio Performance


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