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He says: "We love The Cure, Tears For Fears, Roxy Music and Kate Bush.
That was Tears For Fears as inspired by Arthur Janov's Primal Therapy and all of his books.
TEARS FOR FEARS Palace sub Dwight Gayle sinks Liverpool's title bid, inset, to leave gutted Luis Suarez weeping as Stevie Gerrard consoles striker
Music is a lot more affordable and accessible, and, though we do have a lot of fans from all those years ago, from 1989-90 when the record was released and the music with Tears for Fears, I hope we make some new fans and friends, it doesn't matter how.
Oleta has enjoyed chart success worldwide with her version of Get Here and owes much of her success to an English band, Tears For Fears.
Cocteau Twins, Tears for Fears, Tori Amos and George Harrison.
Tears For Fears at Newcastle's City Hall, Friday, April 29
But Curt Smith, the Tears For Fears singer and bassist who left the band in 1990, says the height of their success was one of the least enjoyable times of his life.