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The Seeds of Love
The Seeds of Love is the third album by the pop band Tears for Fears, released in 1989. The album reportedly cost over $250,000 to produce. It retained the band's epic sound while showing increasing influences ranging from jazz and blues to the Beatles, the last of which is extremely evident in the hit single "Sowing the Seeds of Love". Another single was "Woman in Chains," on which Phil Collins played drums and Oleta Adams — whom Tears for Fears member Roland Orzabal would guide to a successful solo career — shared vocals.
- "Woman In Chains"
- "Badman's Song"
- "Sowing The Seeds Of Love"
- "Advice For The Young At Heart"
- "Standing On The Corner Of The Third World"
- "Swords And Knives"
- "Year Of The Knife"
- "Famous Last Words"
- "Tears Roll Down" (Bonus Track)
- "Always In The Past" (Bonus Track)
- "Music For Tables" (Bonus Track)
- "Johnny Panic And The Bible Of Dreams" (Bonus Track)
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