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  1. Fear of Music is Talking Heads’ most elaborate production so far, teeming with overdubs and effects the group doesn’t try to reproduce in concert. Sounds emerge out of nowhere, echoes tangle Author: Jon Pareles.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Fear Of Music on Discogs. Label: Sire - SRK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave Talking Heads - Fear Of Music (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(80).
  3. The Talking Heads owned the world's turntables with the releases of their smashing albums, '77 and More Songs reamoscentnoportka.amcounrapontogangdownretpunesgiopo.infoinfo Eno, who had produced their second album, was to produce their finest work, Fear of Music, as well as the largely disappointing Remain in reamoscentnoportka.amcounrapontogangdownretpunesgiopo.infoinfo moved away from the art punk pop songs of their first two albums to a more serious sound/5().
  4. 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 reamoscentnoportka.amcounrapontogangdownretpunesgiopo.infoinfo: New wave, psychedelic funk.
  5. Talking Heads - Fear Of Music Vendor: WB Collection: Released: NEW VINYL LP ON WB GRAM VINYL. FEAR OF MUSIC is the point of transition between the angular art-school new wave of the Heads' early work and the P-Funk-inspired modalism of their early-'80s output.
  6. Talking Heads Fear Of Music on g LP Formed in the mids by art school chums David Byrne, Chris Franz, and Tina Weymouth and ex-Modern Lover Jerry Harrison, Talking Heads rose out of the CBGB punk crucible and proved themselves to be one of the most artistically adventurous and influential bands of all time.
  7. Nov 18,  · another fine Talking Heads album, that isn't as deep and revolutionary as "More Songs about Buildings And Food" (the one before) or a masterpiece like "Remain in Light" (The one that followed this LP), but it has a lot of good songs on it as well/5().
  8. Fear of Music is the third studio album by American New Wave band Talking Heads, released on 3 August on Sire Records. It was recorded at locations in New York City between April and May and was produced by the quartet and Brian Eno/5().
  9. Feb 25,  · Talking Heads' most accessible and one of their most fun releases to date, Fear Of Music is certainly one album that lives up to the hype surrounding it. I actually took quite a while discerning whether or not I thought this was better than Remain In Light, which is currently my favourite Talking Heads record%(2).

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