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Album: Bonus Rarities & Outtakes

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Sire Records. Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Group. A Warner Music Group Co

Tracklist For Bonus Rarities & Outtakes By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
I Want to Live Talking Heads 3:23 USD 1.29
New Feeling (Alternate Version Talking Heads 3:14 USD 1.29
First Week / Last Week.... Car Talking Heads 3:37 USD 1.29
A Clean Break (Let's Work) [Li Talking Heads 5:01 USD 1.29
These Boots Are Made for Walki Talking Heads 1:05 USD 1.29
I'm Not Ready Yet (David Byrne Talking Heads 0:58 USD 1.29
Thank You for Sending Me an An Talking Heads 2:11 USD 1.29
Warning Sign (Alternate Versio Talking Heads 4:18 USD 1.29
Artists Only (Alternate Versio Talking Heads 5:13 USD 1.29
Electricity (Instrumental) Talking Heads 3:24 USD 1.29
Drugs (Alternate Version) Talking Heads 3:39 USD 1.29
I Zimbra (12" Version) Talking Heads 3:56 USD 1.29
Crosseyed and Painless (Altern Talking Heads 7:15 USD 1.29
The Lady Don't Mind (Moog Marc Talking Heads 6:18 USD 1.29
People Like Us (John Goodman V Talking Heads 4:30 USD 1.29
Gangster of Love Talking Heads 4:29 USD 1.29
Lifetime Piling Up (Remastered Talking Heads 3:53 USD 1.29
Popsicle Talking Heads 5:19 USD 1.29

Reviews For Bonus Rarities & Outtakes By Artist Talking Heads

  • Trying to Act Casual

    By emankcinsitaken
    This is their best one.
  • Fa fa far better

    By Heading'sTalker
    Fantastic versions and amazing new tracks that are surely worth the modest price for anyone who truly loves this band!
  • New Feeling

    By bobc88
    Is this version of New Feeling the same one that appeared on the b-side of their debut 45 "Love -> Buildings On Fire"?
  • A treasure find

    By HeadsFan
    As a Heads fan for many years, this collection is like finding a lost friend. Who would have thought there could be new Talking Heads versions released at this point? Every cut is wonderful to enjoy (including Artists Only). Check out the horns in New Feeling, the great finish to Crosseyed and Painless, or John Goodman straight from True Stories on People LIke Us. A great album to enjoy!
  • Awesome

    By greggle
    Sweet stuff - John Goodman singing 'People Like Us' from True Stories is one of my favorites. Nice versions of 'I ZImbra' and 'Crosseyed and Painless.' Worth every penny.
  • =)

    By notjasonmcgovern
    This makes me happy.
  • Hits and Misses

    By Mavhunter
    This rarities collection sports some great tracks (this version of New Feeling is so catchy), while some were better left shelved (Artists Only drags on far too long). Rarities rarely are as good as regular albums, but this has a bunch of tracks that'll satisfy anyone. Check out New Feeling, Drugs (now f-ed up druggie instead of paranoid druggy), Lifetime Piling Up, and Popsicle. Avoid Warning Sign and Artists Only for sure.
  • quite a find...

    By DJ JDub
    This appears to be an Itunes-only release of rare cuts, and as such is quite a find. That Itunes makes these tracks available, as well as the bonus cuts on the recent remastered Talking Heads collection, is a treasure trove for the collector who wishes not (or not yet) to upgrade a Heads collection with the new dual discs. My only regret is that the band broke up in the first place, they are without a doubt one of the top bands ever to emerge from the U.S.

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