Discography: Talking Heads: More Songs about Buildings and Food
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Discography: Talking Heads: More Songs about Buildings and Food

On More Songs About Buildings and Food Byrne was content to simply poke and prod at the norms of society.

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Discography: Talking Heads: Talking Heads: 77
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Discography: Talking Heads: Talking Heads: 77

Discography: Public Image Ltd.: What the World Needs Now…
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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: What the World Needs Now…

What the world needs now in 2017 is indeed a Johnny Rotten-styled provocateur to jab his or her twisted finger into the hypocrisy and absurdity of our modern…

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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: This is PiL
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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: This is PiL

Sometimes it takes a 20-year layoff to remind you what you love. This is PiL revitalized.

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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: That What Is Not
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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: That What Is Not

Sorting through the rubble allows us to find roughly 15-20 minutes of usable material across a record that clocks in just underneath the 50-minute mark.

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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: 9
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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: 9

Discography: Public Image Ltd.: Happy?
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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: Happy?

Discography: Public Image Ltd.: Album
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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: Album

There may be no second acts in American life, but there are plenty in British punk rock.

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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: This Is What You Want…This is What You Get
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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: This Is What You Want…This is What You Get

John Lydon’s ultimate “fuck you” in the always contentious relationship held between audience and reformed punk.

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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: The Flowers of Romance
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Discography: Public Image Ltd.: The Flowers of Romance

Stripped down and Spartan in its instrumentation yet heavily engineered, the album can be seen as a progenitor of the post-rock subgenre.

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