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A graceful way to bow out—some trumpets, but little fanfare.
True Stories marks the beginning of the end for the Talking Heads.
Maybe Little Creatures wasn’t a deliberate attempt at mainstream popularity, but there’s little doubt that…
Speaking in Tongues proves that there's nothing wrong with reaching out and embracing the masses.
In comparison to Talking Heads’ other albums, Remain in Light is decidedly atypical.
Fear of Music contains untapped potential for bands looking for inspiration today—dance music for dark…
On More Songs About Buildings and Food Byrne was content to simply poke and prod…
Talking Heads: 77 is the beginning, simple and raw.
There is more to Talking Heads than “Heaven.”