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Album: Fear of Music (Remastered Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1979
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

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

Tracklist For Fear of Music (Remastered Bonus Track Version) By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
I Zimbra Talking Heads 3:08 USD 1.29
Mind Talking Heads 4:12 USD 1.29
Paper Talking Heads 2:38 USD 1.29
Cities Talking Heads 4:14 USD 1.29
Life During Wartime Talking Heads 3:41 USD 1.29
Memories Can't Wait Talking Heads 3:30 USD 1.29
Air Talking Heads 3:34 USD 1.29
Heaven Talking Heads 4:01 USD 1.29
Animals Talking Heads 3:30 USD 1.29
Electric Guitar Talking Heads 3:01 USD 1.29
Drugs Talking Heads 5:14 USD 1.29
Dancing for Money (Unfinished Talking Heads 2:39 USD 1.29
Life During Wartime (Alternate Talking Heads 4:05 USD 1.29
Cities (Alternate Version) Talking Heads 5:28 USD 1.29
Mind (Alternate Version) Talking Heads 4:26 USD 1.29

Reviews For Fear of Music (Remastered Bonus Track Version) By Artist Talking Heads

  • This aint no party, this aint no disco...

    By El Chulo de la Muerte
    All I can add to the reputation of this record s that the Robert Fripp insane-sick guitar version of life during war time is worth the whole thing just in itself. English and American avnt garde coming together
  • Life During Wartime

    By Marfarm14
    I can't ever listen to this song without thinking about the movie Soylent Green.
  • Greatest ever collection of song titles.

    By rehabilitated_troll
    Paper, Air, Animals. Hilarious as I would expect from TH.
  • Greatest Album Ever

    By ExiledScouse
    I grew on this dark danceable masterpiece. Still sends shivers down my spine
  • Animals

    By Atlanta in the 80's
    I remember listening to Animals and thinking it was hilarious and really weird at the same time. This is one of my favorite album covers too, you can feel the treads. Whenever I look at the CD I feel sorry for folks without records. Brian Eno people, he's one of Time Magazine's most important people of the year. Oh wait, that's in the alternate cool universe...
  • Something for every mood

    By JPNYC12
    What an amazing album, first got it 22 years ago and it still gives me the chills. I just played "Animals" and almost fell off my chair laughing. Thanks Talking Heads !
  • Mind blowing, and not even their best!

    By Fast Eddy321
    Rythmic music with dark paranoid lyrics. Life During Wartime is the official theme song to my life.
  • No Disco

    By ghostir
    Psychotic ranting set to snappy tunes. My favorite album of all time.
  • The highest point in a string of very high points

    By jk1964
    I was an adolescent when this came out and it took my breath away. I loved the first two albums, and I remember the excitement I felt when I saw this in the store (the manhole patterning with green stamp remains my favorite album cover design) but I wasn't prepared for the breadth of this record - the frenetic, rhythmic urgency of the first five songs; the odd and deeply evocative atmospherics of the rest. The songs are often suffused with paranoia, but always leavened with humor. What other band shows such range? 'I Zimbra', 'Heaven' and 'Electric Guitar' would seem to have been recorded by different artists, what they have in common is what made Talking Heads so great - an offbeat but highly developed intelligence and that slight nerdiness that reinforces their integrity. They did great things after this (and maybe 'Cool Water' on 'Naked' is as moving as 'Heaven' is here), but speaking highly subjectively, this is one of three records I hold above all others. n.b. The title refers to a rare medical condition in which, if I remember correctly, the inflicted goes into convulsions upon hearing music.
  • Between This and Carlos Castaneda ... There Went My Youth

    By fredaun
    Dear Talking Heads, Thanks for recording this album. Finally, I said to 22-year-old self, I am not alone. Or was I? Sitting in a small bedroom with a cheap stereo, playing and replaying Fear of Music. Knowing I was in the presence of musical, maniacal geniuses. My headphones melting.

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