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Animals - Talking Heads - Fear Of Music (CD)

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  1. Dagor
    At the same time, this gives the album a poppier texture, arguably making Fear of Music their first new wave album. Talking Heads dabbled with new concepts and new sounds, without throwing out their old ones, causing Fear of Music to feel like a mixed bag. This is not to say that it feels like a compilation, since it also manages to be cohesive.
  2. JoJogal
    Fear of Music, an Album by Talking Heads. Released in on Sire (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: New Wave, Post-Punk.
  3. Akitaur
    Editors’ Notes Dark, hypnotic, almost unbearably tense, Fear of Music nonetheless marks the moment when the Talking Heads became a full-on dance band. Recorded at the dawn of the Reagan era, the album’s air of Orwellian menace might seem at odds with .
  4. Arashimuro
    Whatever the motives, assuming any existed apart from creating great music, "Fear of Music" stands as one of The Talking Heads' greatest achievements during their brief and tumultuous existence. Nearly every second of the album holds up decades after its release. It only subtly, very subtly, sounds like /5().
  5. Fekasa
    Buy Fear Of Music (CD) by Talking Heads (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  6. Dulmaran
    Talking Heads Fear of Music. Nateb 2m ago. Disliked tracks: paper Meh tracks: animals Liked tracks: the rest of the songs. Comments. No replies yet. View more user review discussion. Log In / Sign Up (White Album) znorth3 commented on exception's review of Kendrick Lamar - DAMN. COLLECTORS EDITION. BuffaloStaple commented on.
  7. Salar
    Apr 08,  · Depending on who you talk to, this album is either brilliant of a failure, and while hailed as stunning today, barely broke the top album charts. I will say that Fear Of Music does have it spectacular moments, along with an equal amount of just as forgettable moments though as with all Talking Heads’ albums, their relevance and /5(K).
  8. Fenrikora
    Apr 23,  · Talking Heads’ third album revealed a band to be relentless interrogators of music and its place in culture. It is a landmark album for the past and present of Author: Jayson Greene.

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