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Album: Fear of Music

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1979
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 1979 Sire Records Company

Tracklist For Fear of Music By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
I Zimbra Talking Heads 3:08 USD 0.99
Mind Talking Heads 4:12 USD 0.99
Paper Talking Heads 2:39 USD 0.99
Cities Talking Heads 4:10 USD 0.99
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 0.99
Heaven Talking Heads 4:00 USD 1.29
Animals Talking Heads 3:30 USD 0.99
Electric Guitar Talking Heads 3:02 USD 0.99
Drugs Talking Heads 5:09 USD 0.99

Reviews For Fear of Music By Artist Talking Heads

  • Heaven is a Place where Nothing Ever Happens

    By Eth23
    Fear of Music is a brilliant example of this band's distinctive approach to music. Listening to this album's best moments feels like listening to catchy '80s new wave music fused with brilliant abstract art. David Byrne's maniacal singing mixes with Brian Eno's inspired production and creative songwriting to create an extremely captivating album. If you're a talking heads fan, or more generally a fan of odd and artistic music, I'd recommend this album very highly. Only tracks that I'm personally not in to are the opening track with its silly gibberish lyrics, and "Electric Guitar" which is repetitive without being particularly interesting or memorable. Everything else on here is incredible.
  • Clean Version?

    This is a really good album, but as you can see by "Animals" and "Life during wartime," they practically changed some of they lyrics, took some of them out, and turned some of them down. However, AMAZING WORK!!!!!! 1. 3/5- Good, kind of odd lyrics 2. 4/5- Getting Better 3. 5/5- Amazing song 4. 5/5- The ending is the best part XD 5. 5/5- Outstanding. 6. 3/5- Still kind of classic 7. 4/5- Is that really David Byrne singing? 8. 5/5- Perfect. 9. 4/5- lol 10. 3/5- Pretty Good, just sort of... odd 11. 2.5/5- Creepy? Does anybody notice all the song titles are only one word? lol
  • funky

    By spatchlaxer
    why are some songs $1.29 and some $0.99? fantastic album. when phish does cities, i can't get enough.
  • wow... i searched everywhere for this!!!

    By dcuhygs kdvjg
    i love talking heads, and to find this album, holy crap....! this is their DEBUT album and u cant even buy all the songs!!! wow.. crazy! :)

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