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Raoul and the Kings of Spain [Bonus Tracks]
     

Raoul and the Kings of Spain [Bonus Tracks]

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by Tears for Fears
 

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Product Details

Release Date:
09/22/2009
Label:
Cherry Pop
UPC:
5013929422926
catalogNumber:
29

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tears for Fears   Primary Artist
Oleta Adams   Vocals,Guest Appearance
Gail Ann Dorsey   Bass Guitar
Alan Griffiths   Guitar,Keyboards
Mark O'Donoughue   Background Vocals
Roland Orzabal   Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Brian Macleod   Percussion,Drums
Jeffrey Trott   Guitar

Technical Credits

Gail Ann Dorsey   Composer
Alan Griffiths   Producer
Mark O'Donoughue   Engineer
Roland Orzabal   Composer,Producer
Jebin Bruni   Composer
Malcolm Dome   Liner Notes
Brian Macleod   Composer

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Raoul and the Kings of Spain 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it's a wonder not too many TFF fans bought this album. i can understand why. i did bought it the day it was release but didn't realize the beauty behind the compilations 4 years after. the three previous albums were all high velocity synth pop versions and in this album it took a screeching halt, roland went back to basics. which is, i think, was actually for the better. synthezisers can only entertain for so much. as we age, we long for simpler yet fuller arrangements of songs which "Raoul" has generously provided. "Sketches Of Pain" was the best example of this. using a spanish guitar with little acompaniment of instruments, the song still exudes the power as the message of it implies. "Humdrum And Humble" with it's lustful electric guitar riffs will surely lift up your mood. So does "Sorry"-it will fill your loud and edgy TFF sound requirements. the album may not be an instant hit the first time you play it-it sorts of grow on you little by little. a little warning though, it's quite habit-forming.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great album. Proves beyond a doubt Roland Orzabal's musical genius. Falling Down is reminiscent of vintage Tears For Fears. The title track proves his vocal range has not diminished. If you like Tears For Fears, this album is for you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it seemed this album didnt sell very well dispite a catchy single (gods mistake) i thought it was better than elemantal