Talking Heads

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  • new wave
  • post-punk
  • 80s
  • rock
  • alternative
One of the most important, influential and enduring new wave bands, Talking Heads regularly modified their sound, bringing in elements of punk, pop, african rhythms and funk among others to add to their original jerky stripped-down art-punk stylings. Talking Heads first appeared on the New York music scene as a trio in 1974 essentially as art-punks. The band consisted of David Byrne, Chris Frantz, and Tina Weymouth. By 1975, Talking Heads recorded a demo album for CBS records and landed a gig opening for the Ramones at the legendary CBGB club in their native New York City.

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Albums

Fear of Music (1990)
Naked (1988)
True Stories (1986)
Little Creatures (1985)
Remain in Light (1983)
Speaking in Tongues (1983)
More Songs About Buildings and Food (1978)
Talking Heads: 77 (1977)
The Best Of 1980-1990, Vol. 12
The Best Punk Album in the World Ever [CD 2]
Wave - the biggest new wave hits CD2
Wave - the biggest new wave hits CD3

Singles

Wild Wild Life (1986)
Road to Nowhere (1985)
Once in a Lifetime (1980)
And She Was
Radio Head
[non-album tracks]

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