Bloodletting Go (4:11)

Cover of Saturnine Martial & Lunatic

From Saturnine Martial & Lunatic and 5 other releases

‘Bloodletting Go’ was issued as a ‘B’ side to the hit single ‘Break It Down Again’ from the 1993 solo Roland Orzabal Tears For Fears album ‘Elemental’. It was, however, one of the first tracks to be written with Alan Griffiths, and demonstrates ‘Fears’ early songwriting prowess. One can only wonder why this gem of a track never made it onto an early album?


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  • BelcantoInTheSp

    if i care for nothing sun don`t shine and the grass don`t grow

    21 Jul 2011 Reply
  • coregamer

    To answer the wiki up there, I don't think they (Curt/Roland) wrote with Griffiths together; Roland only started collaborating with him after Seeds of Love, since Curt had left. Alan also produced Elemental and Raoul and the Kings of Spain.

    27 Nov 2010 Reply
  • Nodisguise

    One of the best B-sides ever

    16 Nov 2010 Reply
  • Saltasaurus19

    One of my favorite songs from the Saturnine, Martial & Lunatic album.

    21 Aug 2010 Reply
  • trenthamfolk

    A forkin' amazing track... TFF at their best :-)

    11 Jul 2009 Reply
  • orangepeel70

    Roland Orzabal = Genius

    29 Apr 2009 Reply

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