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Talk Talk


Crossover Prog

3.15 | 130 ratings

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Chris S
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3 stars This was Talk Talk synth pop at it's best. A highly consistent affair of great pop tunes showing more maturity than their debut album with classic tracks like ' Dum Dum Girl', the bass driven ' Such A Shame', the melancholic ' Tomorrow's Started' and the commercial ' It's My Life'. This was when Mark Hollis really stretched his vocal range with his distinctive tone. His voice became more of a soft warble on the last two studio classics so it was good to hear him stretching his vocal chords a bit before the abstract and the wonderfully obscure Spirit Of Eden came out. A really good studio release.
Chris S | 3/5 |


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