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    Faular

    6 years ago

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    This disc represents the bridge between Talking Heads' first two herky-jerkier albums and the next two funky ones. Fear of Music is more than just a bridge, though. It's the water under the bridge, the air, the animals, the cities the river flows through, and the heaven /5().
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    Tekasa

    6 years ago

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    Similar to another Australian release Fear Of Music except for different Publishers on labels. All songs written by David Byrne except I Zimbra written by David Byrne / Brian Eno / H. Ball Produced by Brian Eno & Talking Heads The birds on Drugs recorded at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Brisbane, Australia/5(4).
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    Meztilar

    6 years ago

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    "Fear of Music" was originally issued as Sire #SRK (8/3/79). All basic tracks recorded at Chris and Tina's loft in Long Island City, with the Record Plant Remote Truck on April 22 and May 6, /5().
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    Tasar

    6 years ago

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    Fear of Music Talking Heads. Electric Guitar Lyrics. Drugs Talking Heads' third album moved further away from their original post-punk sound to darker, more dystopian subject matter.
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    Faem

    6 years ago

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    Fear of Music is the third studio album by American rock band Talking Heads, released on August 3, by Sire Records. It was recorded at locations in New York City during April and May and was produced by the quartet and Brian Eno.
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    Zolokinos

    6 years ago

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    Apr 23,  · Fear of Music, the third album by Talking Heads, begins at maximum velocity and minimum warmth. Congas, funk guitar, chirping synths: Everything is in motion, and yet curiously, nothing seems to be.
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    Shakakree

    6 years ago

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    Fear of Music, an Album by Talking Heads. Released 3 August on Sire (catalog no. SRK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Post-Punk. Featured peformers: David Byrne (vocals, guitar, aka_text songwriting role_id aka_text, design), Jerry Harrison (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals, cover art), Tina Weymouth (bass, backing vocals), Chris Frantz (drums), Brian Eno (producer, aka_text.
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    Akijinn

    6 years ago

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    What keeps Fear of Music from being as impressive an album as Talking Heads ' first two is that much of it seems to repeat those earlier efforts, while the few newer elements seem so risky and exciting. It's an uneven, transitional album, though its better songs are as good as any Talking Heads ever did.