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Talking Heads


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4 stars Fresh from producing Devo's innovative debut album, Brian Eno put his New Wave-friendly production skills at the service of Talking Heads for their second album, a wonderful blend influenced by genres from reggae to punk to country and incorporating a little of everything in between, all at the service of David Byrne's quirky art rock compositional approach. A happier album than the debut (there's nothing as dark as Psycho Killer, and Take Me To the River is positively joyous), More Songs About Buildings And Food is a triumph of artsy guitar rock that would be a formative influence on almost all alternative rock bands with an eye for the artistic and progressive to follow.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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