Talking Heads - Fear Of Music album FLAC
Talking Head's third album from 1979. All songs written and composed by David Byrne, except where noted
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Naked is the eighth and final studio album by American rock band Talking Heads, released on March 15, 1988 by Sire Records. The band dissolved shortly after the album's release, but did not announce their breakup until 1991.
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By titling their third album Fear of Music and opening it with the African rhythmic experiment "I Zimbra," complete with nonsense lyrics by poet Hugo Ball, Talking Heads make the record seem more of a departure than it is. Though Fear of Music is musically distinct from its predecessors, it's mostly because of the use of minor keys that give the music a more ominous sound. Previously, David Byrne's offbeat observations had been set off by an overtly humorous tone; on Fear of Music, he is still odd, but no longer so funny.
Band Name Talking Heads. Album Name Fear of Music. Released date 03 August 1979. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album14.
His take on Talking Heads' 1979 album forgoes fiction for first-person criticism, in which Lethem's teenage self acts as a sympathetic protagonist. Even as he plumbs each song on Fear of Music for meaning and significance, he uses the album as a point against which he can measure his own growth as a listener, becoming older and wiser and hungrier for connection with each year and with each listen. Stephen M. Deusner, Pitchfork.
Fear of Music is the Talking Heads strange transition album. It’s a quirky mixture of their early jittery pop style and their odd experimentation that is later found on Remain in Light. Like most bands that change their sound throughout their career Fear of Music presents a lot of interesting and unique ideas yet they don’t all come together. This is the second Talking Heads album where Brian Eno takes over the production and you can immediately hear the difference once the first song starts playing. The Talking Heads haven’t completely ventured away from their pop roots yet it’s obvious that.
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|6||Memories Can't Wait||3:30|
- Effects [Treatments] – Brian Eno
- Engineer – Rod O'Brian*
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Performer – Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
- Performer, Written-By – David Byrne
- Producer – Brian Eno, Talking Heads
NotesЛицензионное соглашение РАО ЛС-9/ВР-008Т от 02 июля 1999г.
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- Matrix / Runout: 8-105
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|SRK 6076||Talking Heads||Fear Of Music (LP, Album, LA )||Sire||SRK 6076||US||1979|
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|2C 070 63108||Talking Heads||Fear Of Music (LP, Album)||Sire||2C 070 63108||France||1979|
|M5S-6076||Talking Heads||Fear Of Music (Cass, Album)||Sire||M5S-6076||Canada||1979|