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Album: Remain In Light

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 1980
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 1980 Sire Records Company

Tracklist For Remain In Light By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
1
Born Under Punches (The Heat G Talking Heads 5:48 USD 1.29
2
Crosseyed and Painless Talking Heads 4:47 USD 1.29
3
The Great Curve Talking Heads 6:27 USD 1.29
4
Once In a Lifetime Talking Heads 4:18 USD 1.29
5
Houses In Motion Talking Heads 4:33 USD 1.29
6
Seen and Not Seen Talking Heads 3:24 USD 1.29
7
Listening Wind Talking Heads 4:43 USD 1.29
8
The Overload Talking Heads 6:00 USD 1.29

Reviews For Remain In Light By Artist Talking Heads

  • Fantano

    5
    By noahb1
    This is 1980's Death Grips...10/10
  • Once in a lifetime

    1
    By Vampire360ab
    Once in a lifetime is NOT music it literally gave me a headache to listen to this song on the radio I couldn't change it because it was my friends favorite station idk if she likes the song... But I definitely didn't. Talking is not singing. Don't repeat things in songs it's very annoying
  • SAmE aS IT evEr WAs

    5
    By DrewzertheAbuser
    This album has stood the test of time & is a classic
  • On my top 10of all time list

    5
    By Synthwedge
    Still as fresh as the day I bought it in college.
  • Masterpiece

    5
    By tito the french burrito
    This is the defining album of the Talking Heads. The layers of sound will catapult you into musical realms you've never experienced. It will also leave you transfixed. Listen to the Great Curve very loud and bounce around the room.
  • Plain great

    5
    By Richard S. Holmes
    Very simply one of the most intelligent, inspired, original albums ever recorded.
  • Groundbreaking. Eno produced.

    5
    By Crazy Larry The Music Knowledge Guy
    The ITunes "entrenched" review consistently misinterprets Byrne’s music. To call Byrne’s lyrics “disconnected” is odd. Even a cursory reading of the lyrics to almost any Talking Head’s song presents a coherent narrative or a focused slice of life. Granted, he uses unusual phrases and concepts not typically found in “pop” music- but, after all, this is a guy who came to music from art school. Further, what the reviewer suggests is Byrne being “uncomfortable” in the verses of Once in a Lifetime is actually Byrne's interpretive and expressive choice designed to reflect the disassociation one can have with what seems idyllic. Finally to call the lyric “letting the days go by” a reassuring chorus is plain wrong. In fact, the line is about how we may passively accept our situation- unwilling or unable to break with the traditions and social constraints of everyday expectations. This is summed up by the final line repeated 20 times, “same as it ever was.” Same as it ever was.
  • sad...sad...sad!

    5
    By dcuhygs kdvjg
    nobody rates their old albums BEFORE they became famous! come on... if your a real fan of this band, you should be at least lookin at this!!! ps... im not even a big fan of them!

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