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Album: Stop Making Sense (Live) [Special New Edition]

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 1984 Sire Records Company

Tracklist For Stop Making Sense (Live) [Special New Edition] By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
Psycho Killer (Live) Talking Heads 4:24 USD 1.29
Heaven (Live) Talking Heads 3:41 USD 1.29
Thank You for Sending Me an An Talking Heads 2:09 USD 1.29
Found a Job (Live) Talking Heads 3:15 USD 1.29
Slippery People (Live) Talking Heads 4:00 USD 1.29
Burning Down the House (Live) Talking Heads 4:06 USD 1.29
Life During Wartime (Live) Talking Heads 5:51 USD 1.29
Making Flippy Floppy (Live) Talking Heads 4:40 USD 1.29
Swamp (Live) Talking Heads 4:30 USD 1.29
What a Day That Was (Live Edit Talking Heads 6:00 USD 1.29
This Must Be the Place (Naive Talking Heads 4:57 USD 1.29
Once In a Lifetime (Live) Talking Heads 5:25 USD 1.29
Genius of Love (Tom Tom Club) Talking Heads 4:30 USD 1.29
Girlfriend Is Better (Live) Talking Heads 5:06 USD 1.29
Take Me to the River (Live) Talking Heads 5:32 USD 1.29
Crosseyed and Painless (Live) Talking Heads 6:11 USD 1.29

Reviews For Stop Making Sense (Live) [Special New Edition] By Artist Talking Heads

  • Special Edition

    By G2919
    I've seen reviews that complain about the Special New Edition. I own the original vinyl and the SNE Cd. I truly think this version is superior. There's nothing wrong with the original, but in my opinion this is the one to get.
  • Title

    By Me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.....!!!?'c
    Although I still love this album; the songs have been dramatically cut and are about half as long as they are in the movie. It's still good but wasn't what I thought it would be. Entire verses have been cut from a lot of the songs. Pretty disappointed.
  • Stop Making Sense.

    By Marti2too
    Talking Heads was my very first concert that was 30+ years ago. I was hooked from the first time I saw them. Still have my original cassette Its so worn out you cant even read the words on the cassette its still in original case with the cover. I guess that would make it an Heirloom. I still listen to it. Talking Heads stop Making Sense I love love love it. Its my number 1 Favorite, So I'm finally breaking down and getting it on my iPhone. Its a must have if you have a eclectic music collection I highly recommend some Talking Heads for your collection.
  • Best Album Ever

    By jeffspc88
    Something about this album never gets old. Just keep playin’ just keep playin’.
  • This rocks!

    By DigitalDigitalActivists1722
    You know why.
  • Heads Best LP

    By MaggieEQ54
    A must for every Talking Heads fan. Broke this vinyl out after 25 yrs & positively Love their energy & tunes.
  • Different album?

    By laf731
    It's different from the album and video (VHS😄) released originally because it's the same song lineup which appears in the movie, "Stop Making Sense". That lineup included 2 extra songs, "I Zimbra" & I'm not going to dig out the video cassette or album to find out what the other song is. Sorry. I only know this is true because I was a motion picture operator in a repertory theatre, back in the day, and SMS came through frequently after it left first run houses. Being a fan, I noticed the difference between the record and movie as soon as I heard the record's lineup. Anyway, there are doubtless other details on which one could argue differences between this recording and the first album released and the movie. But the "missing" songs could distress some people more than others. Still, one cannot argue with this being a very good album, and video. The concerts which spawned both will only be seen in this medium now.

    By Jumahh
    A+ 10/10 2 thumbs up for whole album
  • I want the Original Version

    By Moman177
    Although this album sounds good, it doesn't come close to the original release. Psycho Killer just doesn't sound right on this album. If you've heard it on the original release, you know I mean. Hope they make the original version available. I just can't buy this one.
  • Beware!

    By Carlos Estevez
    I own the original nine track release on cassette and cd. Some of the tracks sound better on the original release than this "Special New Edition." I wish the band would release the original nine track release this year to mark the 30th anniversary of the album. The original release just needs to be digitally remastered. What do you say, Mr. Byrne and company?

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