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Album: More Songs About Buildings and Food

Artist: Talking Heads

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 1978
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 1978 Sire Records, Inc.

Tracklist For More Songs About Buildings and Food By Artist Talking Heads

Title Artist Time
Thank You for Sending Me an An Talking Heads 2:11 USD 0.99
With Our Love Talking Heads 3:31 USD 0.99
The Good Thing Talking Heads 3:03 USD 0.99
Warning Sign Talking Heads 3:54 USD 0.99
The Girls Want to Be With the Talking Heads 2:38 USD 0.99
Found a Job Talking Heads 4:59 USD 1.29
Artists Only Talking Heads 3:35 USD 0.99
I'm Not In Love Talking Heads 4:35 USD 0.99
Stay Hungry Talking Heads 2:40 USD 0.99
Take Me to the River Talking Heads 5:03 USD 1.29
The Big Country Talking Heads 5:32 USD 0.99

Reviews For More Songs About Buildings and Food By Artist Talking Heads

  • An Amazing Album that Mixes In a Little of Everything

    By citybug7
    I am surprised to be the first one to review this album, although I can see this was recently uploaded to iTunes... Why it wasn't here in the first place boggles me. But I digress... More Songs About Buildings and Food is clearly an advancement of the eclectic sound of Talking Heads. The convergence of music styles with David Byrne's lyrics and unique voice is as present here as in Talking Heads 77. Thank You For Sending Me An Angel, With Our Love, and Girls Want To Be With The Girls are some of my favorite TH songs on this album, besides the most well known track, Take Me To The River. This gets a 10/10 in my book for it is TH at their beginning with wonderfully executed rhythms and lyrics on every track.

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