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The pop songs have an art punk edge that makes the music unique.
And "the good thing" shows that normal everyday matters like getting a job can be written about figuratively detailing the process of it.
More Songs About Buildings and Food, along with Fear of Music are the two absolute best Talking Heads albums.
I'm not in love what does it take to building a future that's right I've got to give it a little but I don't.....Published 17 days ago by gcd
Though the deep origins of human music will probably remain forever milkily obscure, no one probably intended it to make civilization seem strange, detached and sometimes alien. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ewomack
Talking heads are one of my favorite bands from the 80's they were always pushing forward and discovering new and unique ways to create music while recycling the past very... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Spencer Ferrarin
This is is the second in the Talking Heads' trilogy of masterworks, the first to be produced by Brian Eno. The pop songs have an art punk edge that makes the music unique. Read morePublished 19 months ago by brotagonist
This has always been one of my favorite Talking Heads albums- easily the premiere "New Wave" act.
They put out a series of classic albums starting with their debut and going... Read more
If you listen to Radiohead or Phish, and this album is new to you, it may not seem all that strange ... until you consider that it's over 30 years old. Read morePublished on June 15, 2012 by Laura S.
Is there a better line in any song to sum up what life was like in the 'burbs in the late '70s and early '80s? Read morePublished on December 26, 2011 by Brian Maitland
Talking Heads is one of the most neglected bands of all times. Everything they did and everything they touched was fantastic, fresh, bold, artful yet always very accessible. Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by Scott B. Saul