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Reviews

Tuesday, August 14 2012

Reptar: Body Faucet

Juxtaposed against their earlier effort, the songs on Reptar’s latest are much more sonically vast – although not as interesting or enduring.


Wednesday, June 13 2012

Dread Amongst Swirling Dislocation: The Talking Heads' 'Fear of Music'

Jonathan Lethem shows that Fear of Music is an album for people who won't let their fear of art keep them from breaking their already broken hearts.


Monday, January 16 2006

Talking Heads: 77 / More Songs About Buildings and Food / Fear of Music / Remain in Light [DualDisc

Following last year's career-spanning Brick box set, the first four studio albums from the seminal art-pop band are reissued as individual DualDiscs.


Monday, January 16 2006

Talking Heads: Talking Heads: 77 / More Songs About Buildings and Food / Fear of Music / Remain in

Following last year's career-spanning Brick box set, the first four studio albums from the seminal art-pop band are reissued as individual DualDiscs.


Tuesday, December 2 2003

Talking Heads: Remain in Light


Blogs

Wednesday, February 22 2012

Head Games: 'Talking Heads: Chronology'

Instantly reminds the ex-aficionado of the reasons they loved the Heads in the first place -- and why a reevaluation of their current position is probably warranted.


Friday, June 17 2011

Common Prayer Covers Talking Heads' "Love -> A Building on Fire"

New York-based Common Prayer released their cover of Talking Heads' "Love -> A Building on Fire" this week. The song is the band's first new


Friday, May 27 2011

Counterbalance No. 35: Talking Heads’ 'Remain in Light'

Facts all come with points of view, like the fact that Talking Heads’ 1980 Afro-funk opus is the 35th Greatest Album of All Time. Counterbalance gives Remain in Light a listen—don’t you miss it. (Some of you people just about missed it.)


Thursday, March 10 2011

What a Sane Man Will Do in a Mad World: Talking Heads and 'Fear of Music'

In 1979 David Byrne, Brian Eno, and Talking Heads obsessed with grace on the claustrophobic pop indulgences of Fear of Music.


Tuesday, December 8 2009

Stop Making Sense

Stop Making Sense - Palm Pictures [$34.99]


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