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Album: Everything That Happens Will Happen Today

Artist: David Byrne & Brian Eno

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Todomundo Records

Tracklist For Everything That Happens Will Happen Today By Artist David Byrne & Brian Eno

Title Artist Time
Home David Byrne & Brian Eno 5:05 USD 0.99
My Big Nurse David Byrne & Brian Eno 3:19 USD 0.99
I Feel My Stuff David Byrne & Brian Eno 6:24 USD 0.99
Everything That Happens David Byrne & Brian Eno 3:43 USD 0.99
Life Is Long David Byrne & Brian Eno 3:42 USD 0.99
The River David Byrne & Brian Eno 2:26 USD 0.99
Strange Overtones David Byrne & Brian Eno 4:16 USD 0.99
Wanted for Life David Byrne & Brian Eno 5:06 USD 0.99
One Fine Day David Byrne & Brian Eno 4:53 USD 0.99
Poor Boy David Byrne & Brian Eno 4:16 USD 0.99
The Lighthouse David Byrne & Brian Eno 3:46 USD 0.99

Reviews For Everything That Happens Will Happen Today By Artist David Byrne & Brian Eno

  • Give it a try

    By Detr1
    Not in a thousand years did I think I would enjoy this entire album. Watched the movie and my wife has a tendency to buy soundtracks. After hearing it a couple of times i have found it to be excellent. The melodies and the lyrics are so synergistic. David Byrnes' voice is rich and fluid. Brian Enos songwriting is spot on. This is one of those albums that you never suspect to be that good but after a couple of times through it becomes apparent this is one hidden gem.
  • Life is Long, One fine day, and Everything

    By Lermanator24
    Great album. Best songs though were life is long, one fine day, and everything that happens will happen today. I could listen to those all day
  • Unfortunate

    By doktor vektor
    A sappy, forgettable album for the conservative mainstream, made by formerly innovative artists.
  • Epitome of epitome.

    By Nate406
    So real, the duo tear the roofs of our houses and report on the human condition here.
  • Under the radar but a great album!!!

    By JBrando83
    I picked this up after watching Wall Street 2 after hearing about 5 songs on this album in the movie. I was always a casual fan of David Byrne through Talking Heads and think Brian Eno is one of the best producers out there but my appreciation has grown after hearing this album. The music is timeless sounds like it could have been recorded yesterday or during these musicans heyday in the late 70s early 80s. "Home", Life is Long" and "Strange Overtones" are excellent but the whole album is worth listening to. I was surprised at how fresh the music sounded and David Byrne's singing and lyrics are top notch. Just a good vibe and very soothing sounds...
  • SweetSurrealSociety

    By keVIInXI
    From the first listen through this disc, I couldn't help thinking how strangely surreal the uplifting music sounded against the social commentary of the lyrics. It's got this home town charm that smiles with teeth made of sharp steel. Listen beyond the hopeful layers of voice. The message is in the strangeness of the lyrics. Where these two creative elements meet is where the coolness of the songs can be found.
  • Really?

    By dmtsymphony
    I see a lot of 5 star reviews here, and I suppose that has more to do with the fact that people feel compelled to write a review when they have been especially touched by a work of art. For me, I am sad to report that that is not the case. I have the utmost respect for both of these artists, but Eno in particular has always been an incredible visionary and could be relied upon again and again to provide some new aural sensations. And yet, when I listen to this album, I become bored. Quickly. The songs are a bit meandering, and the sonic background, while expertly executed as always, is just not really that inspired or inspiring. I wonder, if one could take a time machine back to 1980 and play this album for these guys when they were in the middle of working on Remain in Light or Bush of Ghosts if they would be horrified.I have a feeling they would be. I know artists need to mature, and we should leave the past where it is, but the fact is you come to love an artist for a reason. Or set of reasons. If what they end up doing is so far outside of the parameters of what drew you to them in the first place, then it is not that surprising that it might not excite. I was so psyched when I heard this album was coming out, and now, having heard it, I am really disappointed. I, for one, hope these guys reconnect with their avant-garde side one more time before they pack it in.
  • awesome album

    By zyukna
    This is agreat album from start to finish. You can't beat that combination. David Byrne and Brian Eno.
  • Solid, great album

    By yoyo gaga
    Solid, tight, hauntingly beautiful, melodic and interesting. The very best of David Byrne. Love the entire album, and I've never been a big David Byrne fan. I am now.
  • Not for Everyone

    By Jonnymac27
    ...but it is good if you're evening consists of dimming the lights, and popping a few percoset, and getting all introspective. That's not my typical evening though. I think this album might be a little too self-indulgent. It needs a few songs to lift the mood.

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