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Posts tagged with Talking Heads

More Songs About Buildings And Food: Talking Heads’ Constructive Leap
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More Songs About Buildings And Food: Talking Heads’ Constructive Leap

With Brian Eno’s encouragement, Talking Heads embraced funk and African music to set themselves apart from their contemporaries.

Speaking In Tongues: Talking Heads Return – With A Lot More To Say
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Speaking In Tongues: Talking Heads Return – With A Lot More To Say

Released after a brief hiatus, ‘Speaking In Tongues’ found Talking Heads taking stock of where they were, and reflecting how far they’d come.

Little Creatures: Behind Talking Heads’ Monstrous Pop Triumph
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Little Creatures: Behind Talking Heads’ Monstrous Pop Triumph

Talking Heads’ most straightforward and relatable album, ‘Little Creatures’ was also their biggest-seller. It endures to this day.

David Byrne: How A Talking Head Became Music’s Biggest Brain
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David Byrne: How A Talking Head Became Music’s Biggest Brain

One of the most enigmatic figures in music, David Byrne has created a body of work that mixes the cerebral with the celebratory.

Naked: Uncovering Talking Heads’ Expansive Final Album
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Naked: Uncovering Talking Heads’ Expansive Final Album

Following a run of pop-minded albums, ‘Naked’ found Talking Heads returning to the experimental approach of ‘Remain In Light’.

Once In A Lifetime: How Talking Heads Discovered New Frontiers For Pop
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Once In A Lifetime: How Talking Heads Discovered New Frontiers For Pop

Talking Heads’ defining song, Once In A Lifetime opened a new chapter for music. Little has sounded like it since.

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