This CD was supposed to come out 4 months ago, but that deal fell apart. Will this one happen? Well, maybe if we all shout, shout, shout it all out that we want it, then it might.

Reunited Tears for Fears Try New Door
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) – Reunited British new wave duo Tears for Fears will release its first album in 15 years Sept. 14 on a new label launched by Universal Music Enterprises, the catalog arm of the world’s largest record company.
New Door Records was created as a vehicle to cross-promote new material by artists with existing Universal catalog. It also has also lined up Styx, Nanci Griffith and Joe Cocker for releases in the coming months. The Tears for Fears release, “Everybody Loves a Happy Ending,” marks its first release.
Tears for Fears founders Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith scored such mid-’80s hits as “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” and “Shout,” but split acrimoniously after the release of 1989’s “The Seeds of Love.” Orzabel subsequently toured and recorded under the Tears for Fears moniker.
After a decade of silence, they rekindled their friendship, and started tentative work on new music in September 2001.
Tears for Fears is receiving airplay at triple-A and adult top 40 radio for its first single, “Call Me Mellow.” The band will perform various promotional radio dates through September before embarking on its official U.S. tour Oct. 21 (the itinerary has not yet been announced).
The group is also scheduled for TV appearances including “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (Sept 14), “Today” (Sept. 25), “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” (Sept. 21) and “The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn” (Sept. 27).
Orzabal and Smith said that having their catalog as New Door’s major source of income relieves a lot of the pressure found at traditional labels.
“It definitely makes more sense to be working with the people who are working our catalog,” Smith said. “Major labels are always considering quarterly results and budget restraints. You don’t have that here, and it makes our lives considerably easier.”
Universal Music Enterprises head Bruce Resnikoff, who will oversee New Door, said the imprint is employing many of the marketing strategies of a traditional label, but also will create a direct-response TV marketing campaign.
“By the band getting back together and us getting involved in this new record, we have an opportunity to not only take a great record to the marketplace, but it’s the first opportunity we’ve had to aggressively market and promote their entire music catalog while the band is working,” he says.