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|1. Happiness Is Easy (1997 - Remaster)|
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|3. Life's What You Make It (1997 - Remaster)|
|4. April 5th (1997 - Remaster)|
|5. Living In Another World (1997 - Remaster)|
|6. Give It Up (1997 - Remaster)|
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Timeless, soul-soothing music. Finally replaced my well-worn record with a digital version. Sounds terrific.Published 15 days ago by Steve J.
After the huge hit "It's My Life", I had not heard much from this group. I had moved along to some rougher trade, if you will. I ignored this treasure. Read morePublished 3 months ago by jeffrey kelty
On their first two albums, Talk Talk played a type of synth-pop that was quite standard for the 1980s, but which could come off even worse than more popular exponents of the genre... Read morePublished 4 months ago by mianfei
I just found this group on Classics & Daniel T program (XM channel 53 Chill) If you are a fan of (Brian Ferry, Roxy Music) you will groove to this. Read morePublished 6 months ago by The Music Dude
I love Talk Talk and also Mark Hollis alone anyway, all their albums are master pieces, but this one is maybe the most powerful, with amazing musicians, and all the songs are more... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Yael Bolender
Such a diverse, interesting album. The Natural History compilation is a great intro to Talk Talk, but it's so worth owning the complete albums.Published 15 months ago by Jen W.
Every album that Talk Talk makes is a sure and definable evolutionary step in their desire to break boundaries. Read morePublished 17 months ago by SRFireside
Not so "80's new wave" is it?
Simply incredible. At times devastating....but incredible. It intrigues me how most people i know that revere Peter Gabriel's work as sheer... Read more