Tears for Fears
Chart toppers Tears for Fears' most recent studio album, 2004's critically acclaimed Everybody Loves A Happy Ending, signaled a welcome return for one of the biggest and best-loved bands of the post-MTV age, as well as one of the most eagerly anticipated reunions in pop music history. "This is the album that should have followed Seeds Of Love in many ways," said singer-songwriter Roland Orzabal, who for the first time since the album's 1989 release was rejoined by TFF cofounder Curt Smith. The results were standout tracks like "Closest Thing To Heaven," "Call Me Mellow" and "Who Killed Tangerine." They spent the next year and half on a worldwide tour supporting the album playing to sold out crowds and enthusiastic fans.