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Album: Naked (Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 1988
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

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

Tracklist For Naked (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
1
Blind Talking Heads 4:59 USD 1.29
2
Mr. Jones Talking Heads 4:20 USD 1.29
3
Totally Nude Talking Heads 4:11 USD 1.29
4
Ruby Dear Talking Heads 3:50 USD 1.29
5
(Nothing But) Flowers Talking Heads 5:32 USD 1.29
6
The Democratic Circus Talking Heads 5:03 USD 1.29
7
The Facts of Life Talking Heads 6:27 USD 1.29
8
Mommy Daddy You and I Talking Heads 3:58 USD 1.29
9
Big Daddy Talking Heads 5:38 USD 1.29
10
Bill Talking Heads 3:22 USD 1.29
11
Cool Water Talking Heads 5:16 USD 1.29
12
Sax and Violins Talking Heads 5:17 USD 1.29

Reviews For Naked (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Talking Heads

  • Buying again!

    5
    By (w
    Nothing the flowers popped into my head today. So I had to buy this album again for the third time (vinyl. Tape) and now digital
  • Love it!!

    5
    By Poke king 777
    I must love 80's music, and these songs are my favorite!
  • Last great work

    4
    By emorris5219
    "Naked" is (somewhat) a return to form after the Heads' previous two albums, which were focused musically on American folk and pop writing. "Naked" takes us back to the world music vibe of the Heads' middle-career albums, but in a purer form; the album was recorded in Paris with an international band. From "Blind" until "(Nothing But) Flowers" The album excels, with the band's strongest opener since "Speaking In Tongues" and the beautiful antithesis to "Life During Wartime," "(Nothing But) Flowers." the later tracks are very weak in comparison, being slow, melancholy pieces that don't match up to the fun, more lighthearted style of theopening songs. A final fine addition to theis remastered version of the album is the song "Sax and Violins," previously a single, which serves as a better closer track than the actual one, "Cool Water." "Naked" is by no means the band's best work, but is quite underappreciated and deserves a look from fans.
  • Half Amazing, Half Crap

    4
    By Mavhunter
    Side one is amazing (Blind -> Flowers), but side two is pure crap, save for Cool Water and Sax and Violins (my favorite Talking Heads song... quite possibly).
  • Under appreciated!

    4
    By T Head fan
    Talking Heads last official album as they were known before the 1991 break-up of the band. Not commercially as popular as "Little Creatures", but much more musically creative. This album maintained the familiar eclectic lyrics for which they are so well known. One of my favorites. Check out "Mr. Jones", "Totally Nude" and "The Democratic Circus".

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