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Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings and Food CD (album) cover

MORE SONGS ABOUT BUILDINGS AND FOOD

Talking Heads

 

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4 stars More songs about building and food was the second album by the band Talking Heads. The album marked the beginning of the bands collaborations with Brian Eno. More songs about buildings and food has an evolved sound from the bands last offering, Talking heads: 77 and it is not only because Brian Eno is featured, its also because the band started to add more art music into their sound. The album is still rooted in punk rock, but the punk roots are not as prominent as they were in the last record, which shows that the band is evolving and creating their own signature sound. The album is very nice and I personally enjoyed it more than Talking heads: 77 because I thought this one was more creative and innovative. I love new wave music because it has so many different sounds to it so that it prevents it from having clones of the same band over and over again. Talking heads not only got on their feet with this record, they started a journey down a path that would make their music more art rock like, complex and experimental.
progtime1234567 | 4/5 |

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