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Album: The Forest

Artist: David Byrne

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 1991
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 1991 Sire Records Company

Tracklist For The Forest By Artist David Byrne

Title Artist Time
1
Ur David Byrne 13:07 USD Album Only
2
Kish David Byrne 5:50 USD 0.99
3
Dura Europus David Byrne 3:27 USD 0.99
4
Samara David Byrne 5:40 USD 0.99
5
Nineveh David Byrne 3:34 USD 0.99
6
Ava David Byrne 12:15 USD Album Only
7
Machu Picchu David Byrne 3:13 USD 0.99
8
Tula David Byrne 4:19 USD 0.99
9
Teotihuacan David Byrne 2:37 USD 0.99
10
Asuka David Byrne 7:33 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Forest By Artist David Byrne

  • Hit and/or miss

    3
    By Jarrett House North
    The problem with this album is summed up by track 6, "Ava." The opening few minutes of "Ava" are as thrilling as anything Byrne has written; the last half or so of it, featuring some fairly awful vocal samples played on a keyboard, are about as cringe-worthy as his post Talking Heads career got. That's pretty much the story with the rest of the album--some really good musical ideas and some halfway good execution. --Oh, and yes, the album title is "The Forest" and has nothing to do with Mr. Gump...

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