Tears For Fears Best Of Zip
In a retrospective review for AllMusic, Stanton Swihart observed the album's "polished, atmospheric soul", labelling it "the apotheosis of Orzabal and Smith's evolution". A review of the 1999 reissue by AllMusic's Bruce Eder pointed towards "the best vocals in Tears for Fears' history" and "their most ambitious production". Appraising the 2020 reissue for Record Collector, John Earls alluded to Orzabal's "obsessive determination to achieve Steely Dan levels of technical perfection", while crediting his "melodic gifts" with preventing the album from "becoming too overblown". On the other hand, Ira Robbins of Trouser Press had praise for the title track and Adams's soulful vocals, but described the bulk of the album as "absurdly overintellectualized" and "almost impenetrable".
Tears For Fears Best Of Zip
The last three studio albums Elemental (1993), Raoul and The Kings Of Spain (1996) and Everybody Loves A Happy Ending (2004/5) delivered 11 singles around the world, but only three feature on this collection, the best-known being Break It Down Again (a top 30 hit on both sides of the Atlantic).
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There is not always an underlying medical cause for uterine rupture.3,11,12 It seems that in these cases, which often occur in early pregnancies, the fundus is the most common site of rupture. This is while in term and near-term pregnancies, most uterine ruptures occur at the site of previous cesarean section scar.1,2 A previous study reported 8 cases of uterine rupture in unscarred uteri at a gestational age of below 20 weeks.11 In all those cases, the fundus was the rupture site. Multiparity was suggested as the main predisposing factor in most cases. However, since the cases involved second or third pregnancies, it seems that there was no underlying medical cause. Other causes of uterine rupture are congenital uterine abnormalities (e.g., bicornuate uterus13 and uterine septum4) and diethylstilbestrol exposure.14 In another study, past medical history of procedures performed on the uterus, such as bilateral salpingectomy or cornual resection, was reported as the main risk factor.15