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Album: Talking Heads 77 (Deluxe Version)

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1977
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

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

Tracklist For Talking Heads 77 (Deluxe Version) By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
1
Uh-Oh, Love Comes to Town Talking Heads 2:49 USD 1.29
2
New Feeling Talking Heads 3:09 USD 1.29
3
Tentative Decisions Talking Heads 3:08 USD 1.29
4
Happy Day Talking Heads 3:55 USD 1.29
5
Who Is It? Talking Heads 1:44 USD 1.29
6
No Compassion Talking Heads 4:49 USD 1.29
7
The Book I Read Talking Heads 4:10 USD 1.29
8
Don't Worry About the Governme Talking Heads 3:02 USD 1.29
9
First Week / Last Week.... Car Talking Heads 3:21 USD 1.29
10
Psycho Killer Talking Heads 4:21 USD 1.29
11
Pulled Up Talking Heads 4:31 USD 1.29
12
Love - Building On Fire Talking Heads 2:57 USD 1.29
13
I Wish You Wouldn't Say That Talking Heads 2:37 USD 1.29
14
Psycho Killer (Acoustic) Talking Heads 4:18 USD 1.29
15
I Feel It In My Heart Talking Heads 3:13 USD 1.29
16
Sugar On My Tongue Talking Heads 2:36 USD 1.29

Reviews For Talking Heads 77 (Deluxe Version) By Artist Talking Heads

  • Hey Tom

    5
    By Markacav
    For your info, these people are better than beiber. This is how the new people form. Anyway, why do you search this to give it a bad review? The only people I'd do that to are, Psy, beiber, etc.
  • Dear Tom

    5
    By Nisie!
    Talking Heads band is a conglomeration of superbly talented musicians that have actually earned awards and are highly educated, This is why some no brainers like to to say in general that they just "can't stand them" That's great, but if you don't have an educated opinion then go somewhere and comment on something you know about. This is an incredible album that has an unique sound that you will not find elsewhere. This band took the time to think about what they were doing. Highly energetic with sound mixes that can not be remotely duplicated. Definitely their early work was the best. So Tom, that's all right it's not for everyone....now go back to listening to Britney or Justin Beiber.
  • Talking Heads!!!!!!!!!

    1
    By Tom22763
    Can't stand the Talking Heads never did & never will.... David Bryne is just a terrible singer.... To me there was just absolutely nothing appealing about this band at all SORRY....
  • Kinda crappy32

    5
    By Zwerbo
    Besides physco killer these songs are basically a lot of nonsense with no good beats or rythms I meant two put two stars up there
  • The Talking Heads' Best Album:

    5
    By Kirby of Portland
    Throughout the Talking Heads' career, they made everything from bubblegum, funky high school rock to avant-garde african congo music. (Sax and Violins). They made singles like Road to Nowhere and Naive Melody. But with all these hits, singles, and music videos, none compare to this album. It sums up their entire career, it starts them on the right foot, and it's the most raw, natural sound. I would suggest buying this album, it is a steal for so many songs.
  • Everyone MUST own this album!

    5
    By Erik Knear
    The energy on this album is amazing. You can really hear that these guys (and girl) are setting up for something big. Plus the bass is so freaking good!
  • Brilliant Album

    5
    By Jacob_y
    This album, as well as Television's Marquee Moon, does a great job of showing the depth of the late 70s New York punk scene. The content is distinctive and quirky, but remains easily accessible. The 16 tracks found here are well worth twelve dollars. If you enjoy this, try the above mentioned Marquee Moon, or Richard Hell's Blank Generation album.
  • The Impact Was Incredible

    5
    By Vegan With Perfect Taste
    This really was a landmark album in many ways. It's hard to imagine so much of the music we take for granted today without this one coming first. The lyrical and musical content, in stark contrast to the band's preppy image, was also pretty amazing, especially in 1977, when musicians either looked like Ted Nugent and Peter Frampton...or Johnny Rotten. Looking like a college student was the most subversive statement possible. In some ways, it still is.
  • Pretty Good

    4
    By Eugene V. Debs
    The Early Talking Heads album "Talking Heads 77" captures the fervent neurotic "nerdy" energy of the Talking heads. The early songs are very stripped down and straight forward great rock. The acoustic version of "Psycho Killer" is worth even buying this extended remastered version over the regular version. However, a few songs have some touchs feel out of place, like the steel drum on "uh-oh Love Comes to Town." However, that aside, on the whole, Talking Heads is a great, upbeat, energetic album. The Talking Heads cannot be beat.
  • Some Great Stuff

    5
    By Stiz Head
    The Talking Head's early stuff is their best stuff. Everyone should listen to it. The album's great.

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