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Name:Talking Heads Speaking In Tongues Lossless

Total Size: 546.54 MB

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Torrent Files List

01 - Burning Down the House.flac (Size: 546.54 MB) (Files: 27)

 01 - Burning Down the House.flac

26.86 MB

 02 - Making Flippy Floppy.flac

42.17 MB

 03 - Girlfriend Is Better.flac

38.58 MB

 04 - Slippery People.flac

34.06 MB

 05 - I Get Wild , Wild Gravity.flac

34.37 MB

 06 - Swamp.flac

33.23 MB

 07 - Moon Rocks.flac

36.19 MB

 08 - Pull Up the Roots.flac

34.78 MB

 09 - This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody).flac

30.04 MB

 10 - Two Note Swivel (Unfinished Outtake).flac

34.37 MB

 11 - Burning Down the House (Alternate Version).flac

31.90 MB


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19.61 MB


15.58 MB


21.94 MB


17.43 MB


12.58 MB


15.53 MB


16.30 MB


12.96 MB


12.12 MB


8.53 MB

 Speaking In Tongues.cue

2.20 KB

 Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues.log

5.11 KB

 Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues.m3u

0.95 KB

 Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues.md5

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Music : Pop : Lossless

Talking Heads
Speaking in Tongues
(Remastered Edition, Rhino, 2006)

Quote:AMG review
Talking Heads found a way to open up the dense textures of the music they had developed with Brian Eno on their two previous studio albums for Speaking in Tongues, and were rewarded with their most popular album yet. Ten backup singers and musicians accompanied the original quartet, but somehow the sound was more spacious, and the music admitted aspects of gospel, notably in the call-and-response of "Slippery People," and John Lee Hooker-style blues on "Swamp." As usual, David Byrne determinedly sang and chanted impressionistic, nonlinear lyrics, sometimes by mix-and-matching clich?s ("No visible means of support and you have not seen nothin' yet," he declared on "Burning Down the House," the Heads' first Top Ten hit), and the songs' very lack of clear meaning was itself a lyrical subject. "Still don't make no sense," Byrne admitted in "Making Flippy Floppy," but by the next song, "Girlfriend Is Better," that had become an order -- "Stop making sense," he chanted over and over. Some of his charming goofiness had returned since the overly serious Remain in Light and Fear of Music, however, and the accompanying music, filled with odd percussive and synthesizer sounds, could be unusually light and bouncy. The album closer, "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)," even sounds hopeful. Well, sort of. Despite their formal power, Talking Heads' preceding two albums seemed to have painted them into a corner, which may be why it took them three years to craft a follow-up, but on Speaking in Tongues, they found an open window and flew out of it.

Speaking in Tongues
1. Burning Down the House (4:01)
2. Making Flippy Floppy (5:54)
3. Girlfriend Is Better (5:43)
4. Slippery People (5:06)
5. I Get Wild / Wild Gravity (5:17)
6. Swamp (5:13)
7. Moon Rocks (5:46)
8. Pull Up the Roots (5:10)
9. This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody) (5:04)

Bonus tracks
10. Two Note Swivel (Unfinished Outtake) (5:52)
11. Burning Down the House (Alternate Version) (5:10)

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