Tears For Fears - Woman In Chains

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Music video by Tears For Fears performing Woman In Chains. (C) 1989 PolyGram Video International 

"Woman in Chains" is a hit song by the British band Tears for Fears, released as the second single from their 1989 album The Seeds of Love.

The single reached the Top 40 in the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, Ireland, Italy and New Zealand, and was a Top 20 hit in Canada, France, the Netherlands and in Poland (where it was particularly successful, reaching number 5 in the charts). The studio cut features Phil Collins on drums, Pino Palladino on a beautiful fretless bass line and is also notable for guest vocals from female singer Oleta Adams, who would later go on to achieve a successful solo career. 

The video, directed by Andy Morahan, was filmed in black and white which does focus on the abusive relationship between a man (a boxer) and a woman (a pole-dancer, played by Angela Alvarado) and is interspersed with shots of the band and guest vocalist Oleta Adams performing the song. 

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