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Album: Little Creatures (Deluxe Version)

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1985
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

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

Tracklist For Little Creatures (Deluxe Version) By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
1
And She Was Talking Heads 3:38 USD 1.29
2
Give Me Back My Name Talking Heads 3:20 USD 1.29
3
Creatures of Love Talking Heads 4:14 USD 1.29
4
The Lady Don't Mind Talking Heads 3:58 USD 1.29
5
Perfect World Talking Heads 4:27 USD 1.29
6
Stay Up Late Talking Heads 3:42 USD 1.29
7
Walk It Down Talking Heads 4:42 USD 1.29
8
Television Man Talking Heads 6:10 USD 1.29
9
Road to Nowhere Talking Heads 4:19 USD 1.29
10
Road to Nowhere (Early Version Talking Heads 4:37 USD 1.29
11
And She Was (Early Version) Talking Heads 3:36 USD 1.29
12
Television Man (Extended Mix) Talking Heads 7:52 USD 1.29

Reviews For Little Creatures (Deluxe Version) By Artist Talking Heads

  • You Love David Byrne. Buy This.

    5
    By eschulz.studio
    If you own one Talking Heads album, I feel like this is it.
  • My favorite

    5
    By Injim
    Listening to the talking heads a lot during the 80's , this was my favorite. I am getting back into them again and still love this one the best.
  • This album is a slice of America.

    4
    By rjvandoel
    This album is a slice of America. I would call it Talking Heads meets country meets world influence. Some songs in the middle are a little flat but the last songs equal the best ending to a Talking Heads album. Road to Nowhere.
  • I Love it! David Byrne, "Best Scribe", 2005 Esquire Magazine

    5
    By Just a fan, man!
    "Best Scribe" My man Dave! "Scribe" that means he has STILL got it all. A scribe is basically just writing forming letters, characters, or words! That's huge for a musician man because you may have a powerful or soft poetic voice that can sing like Sinatra, but if you, as a musician can write lyrics,... you can scribe.. your way past a majority of the singers out there trying to make a living as a singer/songwriter. But, this is for "David Byrne 77" who is an angry old time music man. I just want to say that it's clear you're not sorry for any of the things you wrote in your review, but your title said (paraphrase) "I'm really sorry to the Talking Head fans out there," blah blah blah blah blah. He was so sincere. But if you want to see something funny, go to Talking Heads "Creatures of Love" and see how sorry he was there. This is so pitiful, that he actually went to the other $8.91 version of "Little Creatures" and smeared the (you know what) out of them. Just click on his name "David Byrne 77," it will take you to all of his reviews and you can see 13 reviews he's done, especially the other "Little Creatures" and the fact that he bought a Paris Hilton song. Anyway I gotta go and if I need to say anything about Talking Heads "Little Creatures" album is, you will love it and the dude who wrote the original title at the top, "David Byrne, 'Best Scribe,'2005 - Esquire Magazine," speaks for me. The magazine made for real men. He speaks for me. I love you all. I give this thing six stars because David knew what he was doing when he wrote this album. Bye all!
  • I'm Sorry To The Talking Heads Fans Out There

    1
    By David Byrne 77
    Look, I'm not trying to be a jerk by giving this album only one star. I simply feel it is not very good. As the review says, it is just ear candy, no amazing polyrhythms on the part of the band, no great or intresting instrumentals. Even Byrne's lyrics are boring, instead of cutting edge lyrics like in "Psycho Killer", "Life During Wartime", or "Once in a Lifetime", or even making funny and whimsical remarks on what he sees, he writes increadibly laid back lyrics, not fitting his personality at all. Although this may have been a hit, it is probably one of the Talking Heads' worst albums. If you want to listen to a classic and superior Talking Heads sound, buy Talking Heads:77, More Songs About Buildings and Food, Fear of Music, Remain in Life, or Speaking in Tongues. Everything afterwards is horrible.
  • Extraordinary Album

    5
    By chav14s
    This is a very extraordinary album. Thanks a lot John for the GOOD years growing up. Levon loves it too!!
  • This album is great!!!!

    5
    By john chavez
    I have waited a long time for this album. This album has got to be the best of all. The bonus track only help make this one so special. My Brother Joe would love this album...so would levon!!!!!!
  • Im really happy my mom had a talking heads tape

    5
    By bossofbagels
    i dont understand how the only way that i heard this band was from my mom
  • David Byrne, "Best Scribe" - Esquire Magazine, 2005

    5
    By Michael Moorlag
    This is a fun, well-written album originally produced in 1985. I came here to download a song or two that I remembered from the cassette tape I used to have from the original recording. To my surprise the entire album had been remastered. Byrne has taken a great set of tracks and improved on them in a way that sort of completed them or filled in the areas that he found he could improve, with much work on his part, by adding strings and a chorus, for example, where there were none originally. Like I mentioned initially, I came for a couple songs, but after listening to the clips and how he has improved upon his own work was a great thing to hear. I ended up downloading 12 songs, including three of the originals and their newly remastered works. This is well-written and very clever music writing in it's highest form. David Byrne is brilliant in my own personal opinion. If you are familiar with this CD at all I would say that the "re-work" he has done, only improving upon his former work should be rewarded because it shines through in every piece that I listened to. I would not hesitate to recommend this CD to anybody. It is, in my mind, a "content buy." I am very satisfied and do not feel as though I have spent any frivolous cash on music I either didn't like or need. Good luck with your searching and buying.

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