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Talking Heads - Remain In Light (1980) [Non Remastered]  

Posted by Designol at Nov. 14, 2015
Talking Heads - Remain In Light (1980) [Non Remastered]

Talking Heads - Remain In Light (1980) [Non Remastered]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 270 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 138 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: New Wave, Post-Punk, Experimental Rock | Label: Sire | # 256 867, 7599-26095-2 | Time: 00:40:08

Remain in Light is the fourth studio album by American new wave band Talking Heads, released on October 8, 1980, on Sire Records. It was recorded at locations in the Bahamas and the United States between July and August 1980 and was produced by the quartet's long-time collaborator Brian Eno. The album peaked at number 19 on the Billboard 200 in the US and at number 21 on the UK Albums Chart. In 1989, Rolling Stone named Remain in Light as the fourth best album of the decade. In 1993, it was included at number 11 in NME's list of The 50 Greatest Albums Of The '80s, and at number 68 in the publication's Greatest Albums Of All Time list.
Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues (1983) [Non Remastered, Germany Press]

Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues (1983) [Non Remastered, Germany Press]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 273 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 128 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: New Wave, Dance Rock, Art Punk | Label: Sire | # 7599-23883-2 | Time: 00:41:13

Speaking in Tongues is the fifth studio album by the band Talking Heads, released in 1983. The album was a commercial breakthrough that produced the band's first (and only) American Top 10 hit, "Burning Down the House", which was accompanied by a promotional video.

Talking Heads - Naked (1988)  

Posted by Designol at Oct. 21, 2015
Talking Heads - Naked (1988)

Talking Heads - Naked (1988)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 337 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 127 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 107 Mb
Genre: New Wave, Art Punk, Dance Rock, Worldbeat | Label: EMI | # CDP 7 90156 2 | Time: 00:52:49

Talking Heads' last proper studio album before their protracted breakup finds them returning to the dynamic that produced their best work, with inspired results. As swan songs go, Naked proves to be a pretty good one: Alternately serious and playful, it once again allows frontman David Byrne to worry about the government, the environment, and the plight of the working man as it frees up the rest of the band to trade instruments and work with guest musicians. It's closest in spirit to Remain in Light – arguably too close: The first side is a collection of funky, syncopated, almost danceable tunes; the second, a murky, darkly philosophical rumination on identity and human nature. The major difference is a Latin influence replacing Light's African rhythm experimentation, most evident on the album openers "Blind" and "Mr. Jones," as well as in drummer Chris Frantz's decision to use brushes and softer percussion instruments (as opposed the big beat sound he offered up on Little Creatures and True Stories).
Talking Heads - True Stories (1986/2011) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz]

Talking Heads - True Stories (1986/2011)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 46:32 minutes | 1,01 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Talking Heads’ 7th studio album featured one of the band’s biggest hits, “Wild Wild Life” and showcased the group’s signature quirkiness. The songs—-originally written for the David Byrne-directed film True Stories—-incorporate funk, Cajun music, folk and country for a sound as energetic and unique as the band’s best work.

Talking Heads - The Complete Gig (1991)  

Posted by uff at Sept. 27, 2014
Talking Heads - The Complete Gig (1991)

Talking Heads - The Complete Gig (1991)
New Wave | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Golden Stars WPCD 1155, unofficial | rec: 1983 | 515Mb

Talking Heads were an American rock band formed in 1975 in New York City and active until 1991. The band comprised David Byrne (lead vocals and guitar), Chris Frantz (drums and backing vocals), Tina Weymouth (bass and backing vocals) and Jerry Harrison (keyboards, guitar, and backing vocals). Other musicians also regularly made appearances in concert and on the group's albums. The new wave style of Talking Heads combined elements of punk rock, art rock, avant-garde, pop, funk, world music, and Americana.
Talking Heads - The Studio Albums: 1977-1988 (2005/2006) [FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Talking Heads - The Studio Albums: 1977-1988 (2005/2006)
MLP to FLAC Stereo (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 365:30 minutes | 7,98 GB
Source: Rhino Entertaintment's 8x DVD-Audio (2006) | Artwork
Talking Heads - Talking Heads: 77 (1977/2009) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Talking Heads - Talking Heads: 77 (1977/2009)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 39:04 minutes | 881 MB
Official Digital Download - Source: | Front cover

Talking Heads’ groundbreaking 1977 debut remains one of the most celebrated releases of the New Wave era. The album featured the breakout hits “Psycho Killer” and "Uh-Oh, Love Comes to Town" and introduced the world to the band’s singular and nervy blend of pointilistic funk, punk, and rock. The album is ranked as one of Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.
Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues (1983) [1990 US Sire Non-Remaster Pressing]

Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues (1983)
EAC AccurateRip | FLAC + Log + Cue | Scans | 315 MB | HF + RS | 5% recovery
Label: Sire 9 23883-2 | Genre: Rock

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 clichés ("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 sounded 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.

TALKING HEADS - The Name of This Band is Talking Heads LIVE  Music

Posted by galmuchet at Jan. 19, 2006

TALKING HEADS - The Name of This Band is Talking Heads LIVE


Audio CD 1982 Reedit 2004 Label: RHINO / WEA m4a or mp3 144 Mb

Live recordings from talking heads from between 1977 and 1981 (Double Album)

Talking Heads - Transmission Impossible (2015)  

Posted by SERTiL at Oct. 9, 2015
Talking Heads - Transmission Impossible (2015)

Talking Heads - Transmission Impossible
Post-Punk | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 206:47 min | 506 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Eat To The Beat | Tracks: 46 | Rls.date: 2015

Alumni of the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island, David Byrne, Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth formed The Artistics in 1974. They played their first gig as Talking Heads opening for the Ramones at CBGB on June 20, 1975, and signed to Sire Records in 1977. The group released their first single, "Love Building on Fire" in February that year. In March 1977, they added Jerry Harrison (keyboards, guitar, backing vocals), formerly of Jonathan Richman's band The Modern Lovers. Their first album, Talking Heads: 77, was released soon afterwards. The album received considerable acclaim and spawned what became the group's first chart single, "Psycho Killer".