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Album: Last Temptation - EP

Artist: X-Mode vs. Tears for Fears

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 X-Mode Records

Tracklist For Last Temptation - EP By Artist X-Mode vs. Tears for Fears

Title Artist Time
Last Temptation X-Mode vs. Tears for Fears 6:15 USD 0.99
Last Temptation (X-Mode Goes t X-Mode vs. Tears for Fears 6:36 USD 0.99

Reviews For Last Temptation - EP By Artist X-Mode vs. Tears for Fears

  • One of the best Tears For Fears remixes...

    By Moobaks
    There are a lot of "mash-ups" and remixes of old Tears For Fears tunes out there...some of them are good, but some are really horrible. This one happens to be one of the good ones. This song uses the vocals from "Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down)" which, incorrectly stated by the first reviewer, is NOT from the solo Roland period. The song is not over "dancey" yet it does have a very nice beat to it. I haven't listened to anything else by X-Mode, so I can't comment on whether or not is fits in with the rest of their repertoire, but I definitely allow this song to be in my Tears For Fears playlist and shuffle right along with the rest of their songs. I wish more remixes were of this calibre, definitely worth the $1.98!
  • From out of left field

    By dadaphone
    An unexpected and inspired remix of an overlooked Tears for Fears classic from Roland’s solo TFF period. I can't help but dance to this booty-shaker despite the egghead lyrics best saved for examination during periods of self-reflection and exegesis for the poetically-inclinded. Bravo!
  • o yeh (first review) ha ha ha it isn't that great

    By White soulja
    even though noone will read dis. i given it 5 starz bcause i am da first 2 review

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