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Refugees" is the debut single by The Tears, released on 25 April 2005 on Independiente Records Contents. The title track's lyrical content is said by Brett Anderson to have political meaning, regarding his disgust towards the treatment of refugees. The second single from the debut album, "Lovers," was originally slated to be a b-side to the Refugees single. This was changed after the record label decided it was worthy of being on the album. Anderson claimed that b-side "Southern Rain" deserved to be on the album. The single was well-received.
96 Tears is the debut album by the American garage rock band ? and the Mysterians, released in 1966. It peaked at number 66 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart. The single "96 Tears" reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on October 29, prior to release of the album. The album and the single "96 Tears" were both on the charts for fifteen weeks, while the single "I Need Somebody" was on the charts for ten weeks.
Video: Tears (The) sings Refugees. Album featuring Refugees. Refugees - Disc 1 (2005). Refugees - Disc 2 (2005). Refugees (7") (2005). Here Come The Tears (2005).
The Tears were an English rock supergroup formed in 2004 by ex-Suede bandmates Brett Anderson and Bernard Butler. The duo were a much anticipated reunion and music critics praised their first concerts and debut album, Here Come the Tears. However, the project was short-lived as they disbanded in 2006, which allowed Anderson to focus on his solo career and Butler to become a full-time producer.
Refugees' is the debut single by The Tears, released on April 25, 2005 on Independiente Records. It charted at number 9 on the UK singles chart, which was relatively good considering the lack of success done by the previous Suede album, as well as the fact that it was the band's first single. The second single off the debut album, 'Lovers,' was originally slated to be a b-side to the Refugees single.
Anderson and Butler also reinvigorate each other as composers, and they come up with 13 strong songs here, ranging from such surging anthems as "Refugees," "Two Creatures," and "Lovers" to brooding ballads like "The Ghost of You" and "A Love as Strong as Death" to slow, churning minor-key rockers as "Brave New Century. All of these songs have familiar antecedents in the Suede catalog, but they don't feel recycled: they feel like a continuation of the duo's best work
Our life is our grave. Let's take to the streets. You and I we're life's refugees. But like Bonnie and Clyde we're free. Don't say there's nothing between us. 'Cause we're all refugees. And we're all drifting like leaves.
7/4/16 – The Tears – Refugees – 2005. Although the creation of The Tears seemed to excite the potential of a Brett Anderson/Bernard Butler reconciliation it became apparent that them talking to each other was more exciting than their new band’s music. Whatever magic they dug up with their musical collaboration in Suede, it was certainly gone by the formation of The Tears. You can hear them getting bored with each other before daylight