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Talking Heads — Totally Nude
Album: Naked
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Released: 1988
Length: 4:05
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Big and I'm bad
And I want you to know
I hang around
Where the grass is greener
Totally naked, baby
Totally nude
'Cause if I want to
Who's gonna stop me?
I'm absolutely free
Living in the trees
The birdies and the bees
'Cause I'm a nature boy
Locked up inside
You can't tell me where it's at
Open up, open up, open the door
Rocks and trees and physical culture
Some days you hide
I guess you wonder where you are
Nature boy, nature man, take me along
We got a life that's undiscovered
We threw it all away
Throw it all away
Rolling in every way
It's irresponsible
So civilized
I guess you wonder where you are
Nature boy, nature man, take me along
Deep in the woods we're undiscovered
I'm a little fish and you're the river
Living in a boat that's underwater
We can tip, tip, tip it over
You can push, push, make it better now
Wake your daddy up
It's a quarter to five
Our little boat
Has lost its rudder
Dive to the bottom
And we never come up
A polka party
For Bob and Martha
I'm absolutely free
Living in the trees
The birdies and the bees
'Cause I'm a nature boy
Think what you like
This is really where it's at
Open up, open up, open the door
We don't need clothes and we don't need money
So civilized
I guess you wonder where you are
Nature boy, nature man, take me along
Deep in the woods we're undiscovered
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what a wonderful album :)
 SeriousLee wrote:
With Trump going for President and me liking this Talking Head song (2nd one i like!!), i swear the Apocalypse is right around the corner.
 

I think you might have balanced Trump with you liking the song, so it's gonna be alright for now. 

Still, impeach the incompetent orange guy from running your country ASAP
Well, this certainly is a fun little number.  What's up next?
With Trump going for President and me liking this Talking Head song (2nd one i like!!), i swear the Apocalypse is right around the corner.
 pankman wrote:
rating 1 … sucko-barfo … unbearable

 
extra bad today followed by a beautiful Ry Cooder instrumental with Manuel Galban
 
 pankman wrote:
rating 1 … sucko-barfo … unbearable

 
As always the bottom line is the total ratings and it gets a 6.4 out of 663 or more, basically your opinion is in the minority and if you do contribute to RP (i'm skeptical) lol use the PSD button, it works well lol 
What a great band, such an influence to so many artists. A SOLID TEN
rating 1 … sucko-barfo … unbearable
{#Music}
A cutie is in the eye of the beholder. I find nothing "cute" about Tina. Never did and now the less. Not her fault and I do not really want to talk about the looks of anybody. Since it was you to call her cute I have to say "I VERY MUCH DISAGREE". Ask me again when I am 72 - I might change my mind, if Tiny will be frozen in time!

 calypsus_1 wrote:

File:Tina Weymouth 2010.jpg

Tina Weymouth

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Stingray says: "According to the sounds of her simple-minded music!Good enough for the (silly) "JAPS", I guess!" ..... 

I do not think so, let me tell you "conceit and holy water, each takes whatever." It is appropriate here to remember that this lady by the name of Tina Weymouth, founding member of American new wave and avant-garde band formed in 1975 "Talking Heads", and magnificent musician, songwriter, vocals, bass-player, synthesizer, i admire, and participated in the best Albums and songs that this band left us to the story.

Furthermore, let me tell you, Tina Weymouth, considering his 62 years old, continues to be a "cute" ......

Equipment and notable instruments:
Höfner 500/2 Club Bass — Two pickup with single-cutaway hollowbody, purchased in 1978
Veillette-Citron Standard 4 String — Neck Through, teal green
Fender Mustang Bass — Used in early Talking Heads performances
Fender Jazz Bass — Used for Tom Tom Club live performances
Steinberger L-Series Bass — Seen during Little Creatures period
Fender Swinger — Seen in Stop Making Sense during the performance of This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)

And, Stingray, you leave alone the Japanese, because maybe, most technical appliances you have at home are made by Japanese.

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Dear Calysos,
you are right: I should not have been that...?...."racist" about Japanese. That was stupid and not appropiate, I admit. Still - all Japanese I meet during my travels have been rather weird, to say the least - one way or the other. Maybe simply because they are rather different from us. Intellectually they  cannot be stupid, of course - don't get me wrong. I did not mean that! What I meant instead was..., possibly nothing but a cheap comment with no other foundation than my few own experiences with them. Just being an idiot myself, if you want...!
 
Still - the appliances in my appartment - not that I care too much - are usually of German origin. Were they Japanese, they were most likely German knock-offs. The same the Chinese are doing now, the Japanese did in the 60's and 70's. "Stealing" German techMology (to say it with "Borat"), then sell it as their own!
 
Once I had a Japs girlfriend (for a few weeks): The noises she made during sex were so....,funny (to say the least) that I always have to smile, when I seeing or heaing anything Japanese today. Not just that - she was such a weirdo, so different, she stunned me every single day with her XXXXXXXTREME naivity and ways!. Recalling this episode, I am still inclined to repeat: Yes, the Japs are  weird - not only during sex. 
 
Talking Heads...? Yes, I admit it: I have various TH (vinyl) albums myself - at least 3 or 4 early ones.  And yes, I liked the band  during that time - early 70's and several years on. The more advanced I got in music, the longer theTH's. big-time passed, the less I liked them. I do not think that anybody disagrees that David Byrne cannot sing. Still that's not my main reason, since other singers cannot sing neither, though I still like them. Still - the way BYRNE sings is a total annoyance to me today, some 30 years after the Heads' main times. When I hear them nowadays - only on RP, since I would NEVER dare to put them on myself - I am usually close to swtich them off. I simply cannot stand his singing, neither the lyrics and all the simple rest. Like Pink Floyd and Leonard Cohen they are my most beloved "HATE"-object, to say the least! No, sorry, time hasn't done any good to the Talking Heads, if you ask me!
 
 




 



File:Tina Weymouth 2010.jpg

Tina Weymouth

.
Stingray says: "According to the sounds of her simple-minded music!Good enough for the (silly) "JAPS", I guess!" ..... 

I do not think so, let me tell you "conceit and holy water, each takes whatever." It is appropriate here to remember that this lady by the name of Tina Weymouth, founding member of American new wave and avant-garde band formed in 1975 "Talking Heads", and magnificent musician, songwriter, vocals, bass-player, synthesizer, i admire, and participated in the best Albums and songs that this band left us to the story.

Furthermore, let me tell you, Tina Weymouth, considering his 62 years old, continues to be a "cute" ......

Equipment and notable instruments:
Höfner 500/2 Club Bass — Two pickup with single-cutaway hollowbody, purchased in 1978
Veillette-Citron Standard 4 String — Neck Through, teal green
Fender Mustang Bass — Used in early Talking Heads performances
Fender Jazz Bass — Used for Tom Tom Club live performances
Steinberger L-Series Bass — Seen during Little Creatures period
Fender Swinger — Seen in Stop Making Sense during the performance of This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)

And, Stingray, you leave alone the Japanese, because maybe, most technical appliances you have at home are made by Japanese.




The older I get, the more David Byrne's voice gets on my nerves.
I thought this was Ganggajang at first but its nothing like them.  However looking at who it is I realise the trick my brain fell into.  I had a rather awesome cassette I played to death in my walkman with Ganggajang's self titled first release (a must for all lovers of good aussie music) on one side and Talking Heads Little Creatures on the other. 
I totally understand this song. . . being as I am happy to take my kit off in public. 
This guy's pseudo-funny music...
 Stingray wrote:
the woman I see, is a chick in her late 60's
According to the sounds of her simple-minded music!
Good enough for the (silly) "JAPS", I guess!
 
Stingray never misses an opportunity to show his true colours.
laughable, silly and bad!
 Stingray wrote:
Music cannot get any worse than this!
Î wasted my career - hearing this "voice"!
TERRIBLE by any means!

1
 
and he's probably a good guy if you cut off the oxygen
 rabbi_phil wrote:
It's amazing. No other artist elicits as much of a love/hate response than DB &Talking Heads. I think Bill really likes it that way.
 

I think you are right.  Don't get the TH animus.  At least the massive U2 animus is related to people not liking Bono's preaching.

I was a big fan of the TH since first hearing Psycho Killer on the Max's Kansas City jukebox in 1977.  They immediatly became one of my top ten artists.  They have dropped a bit down the list since then but are still in my top 25.
 calypsus_1 wrote:
 
the woman I see, is a chick in her late 60's
According to the sounds of her simple-minded music!
Good enough for the (silly) "JAPS", I guess!
 

Music cannot get any worse than this!
Î wasted my career - hearing this "voice"!
TERRIBLE by any means!

1
Horrible.  Makes me want to slash my wrists. I'm outta here, like Vladimir.

Yes Bill, we are listening all day long.  The 2nd track from this album in less than 6 hours.

But still good stuff.  The very first "CD" if ever had after wax. I mean vinyl.
 
 pinnyrat wrote:
I don't understand RPs (or anyone else's for that matter) fascination with Talking Heads.  They are like grating hell to me.  Lord.
 

THEY were awesome...

YOU missed out....

I don't understand RPs (or anyone else's for that matter) fascination with Talking Heads.  They are like grating hell to me.  Lord.
 
Tina Weymouth performs with Tom Tom Club (Summer Sonic Day 2) by burning_man
Seán Diver
https://www.flickr.com/photos/burning_man/

In case you're wondering, she's nearly 60 :)

This photo was taken on August 8, 2009 using a Canon EOS 450D.

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PERFECT, coming after Drume Negrita...  Awesome memories: a similarly bent Brit named Mike R. and I were driving a little Suzuki Jimny 4WD all over Bali for the first time, Christmas Eve of '88 through New Year's '89, and this was one of a few very key albums we had on tape, and this was perfect played loudly as we drove through fruit-laden jungle down village paths, dodging cows and minibus bemos whose betel-chewing crews and passengers were busy tying down chickens, goats and pigs, zooming past topless local women with cargo on their heads, both of us high as kites on the exotic fragrances and flavors of cloves, cinnamon, coffee, and MUSIC.

The CD cover reminds me of a newly-established brewery just outside Nottingham called Blue Monkey, which does some excellent cask ales:

Blue Monkey logo

Nowt to do with Talking Heads, but IMO a lot more interesting and pleasurable. I hit mute within a second of this song starting, which is likely a record.
 jagdriver wrote:
 Two Talking Heads tracks in one day is two too many.
But, no limit on the whining apparently. 
Great music from the band, but it's the singing I can't get used to... sounds like he's got the voice, but just didn't know how to use it...
It's amazing. No other artist elicits as much of a love/hate response than DB &Talking Heads. I think Bill really likes it that way.
 Two Talking Heads tracks in one day is two too many.

 rkread wrote:
Awkward David Byrne living as a nature boy, riding his bike through NYC...love this song. Makes me happy.

{#Daisy}
 
Me too! It's a great pick-me-up. {#Bounce}
 calypsus_1 wrote:

Talking Heads by ~JSaurer
©2008-2010 ~JSaurer

one of the most important american bands!
airbrush, water colours & pencils & collage, 1986

 
I dont like the drawings from this artist!!


Talking Heads by ~JSaurer
©2008-2010 ~JSaurer

one of the most important american bands!
airbrush, water colours & pencils & collage, 1986

Always liked this album and this song.
 Stingray wrote:
...and if you had a thousand years, you were not able to find another F****D-UP voice like the one of Talking Head´s David Byrne. I have to switch off the radio, or VOMIT! ARTEMIS!
 

did you try singing?
 jedley wrote:
The Heads' first four albums are masterpieces, thanks entirely to Byrne's vision, voice, songwriting and persona. When that vision dried up, the musical paucity of his backup band started shining — or rather, leaking through. This song exemplifies that paucity.
 
Okay, I'm going to disagree with this one. Chris Franz, Tina Weymouth, and Jerry Harrison made up an excellent band behind Byrne. As Byrne's vision expanded—oh, I don't think it dried up—, and let's not fool ourselves into thinking that the Heads were anything but a vehicle for Byrne's ideas, so did his notion of what constituted support. Byrne supplemented and expanded the band as he imagined its sound expanding. This happens all the time—even The Beatles added Billy Preston; the Stones, Sugar Blue and Ry Cooder—the list is endless.

It may be that Byrne's vision outgrew the original band's capacity, but to characterize the original band with the tag "musical paucity" I think denigrates them unnecessarily and misses the point.

Like it - quite a bit
Awkward David Byrne living as a nature boy, riding his bike through NYC...love this song. Makes me happy.

{#Daisy}
 jedley wrote:
The Heads' first four albums are masterpieces, thanks entirely to Byrne's vision, voice, songwriting and persona. When that vision dried up, the musical paucity of his backup band started shining — or rather, leaking through. This song exemplifies that paucity.
 
There are a lot of reasons for the changes in the music of Byrne and Talking Heads, but the original line-up were all actually quite good musicians, and they contributed to the quality of the first four albums.  I never heard a smallness or "paucity" in their musical abilities.  The early "vision", I believe, had more to do with the ephemeral thrill of 3, (later 4) art students, being in their early twenties and making music together (and working with Brian Eno, as noted below).
  I don't particularly like this song, but I wouldn't say that it's because of the technical skills of the band or any of the other musicians on the record.  David Byrne has as much to do with their less-than-appealing songs as he does with their good ones.


 jedley wrote:
The Heads' first four albums are masterpieces, thanks entirely to Byrne's vision, voice, songwriting and persona. When that vision dried up, the musical paucity of his backup band started shining — or rather, leaking through. This song exemplifies that paucity.
 
Eno had something to do with it too, I think

 Stingray wrote:
...and if you had a thousand years, you were not able to find another F****D-UP voice like the one of Talking Head´s David Byrne. I have to switch off the radio, or VOMIT!

ARTEMIS!

 

Did you forget to take your meds this morning?

 bobrk wrote:
You should go see David Byrne live. His voice is really great in person, especially singing his latest stuff. Great range and emotion. After 30 years, he still seems scared of the audience, though. ;)
 
"Air can hurt you too".

The Heads' first four albums are masterpieces, thanks entirely to Byrne's vision, voice, songwriting and persona. When that vision dried up, the musical paucity of his backup band started shining — or rather, leaking through. This song exemplifies that paucity.
gekkosan wrote:
This seems like a good place for what's been on my mind for a while after a few months of reading comments. Why do people get so worked up about something as harmless as a song?
And if the station or the selection is so annoying, then why waste time and energy hanging in here and writing hateful stuff? Sheesh.. there are literally THOUSANDS of internet radio stations out there. Heck, some of my best friends listen to other stations!
One of them, in fact, asked me in earnest the other day to give Secret Agent a try. I did. Some of the play list is good. Eventually I found I didn't like it as much, and came back here. Easy.
Never occurred to me to find a way to write about how annoying of boring I found SA's selection. I dunno... Just don't get some people...

Gooooood questions. I don't get'em either.

I suppose it's because music is such a good means to help you find yourself when you're young (or maybe it aint good alt all but anyway alot of us used it for that) that some people mistake it for something that constitutes them, and not just something they listen to. Hell, yeah, I wore band t-shirts and thought I was so much cooler than the rest (Cranberries in pre-zombie times e.g.) but most people get over it when they mature. Some dont. And some dont mature.

Sometimes it's good to remind ourselves that concentration camp leader requested all kinds of music from the jewsih bands they sent to the gas chambers the following day - even Jazz.

Or maybe read High Fidelity for the ninth and this time actually understand it. Peace, folks.


 bobrk wrote:
You should go see David Byrne live. His voice is really great in person, especially singing his latest stuff. Great range and emotion. After 30 years, he still seems scared of the audience, though. ;)
 

I saw him a couple of weeks ago.  His voice is amazingly good and I really liked his new things, as well as most of the older.  Being in Memphis, he brought the house down with "Take Me to the River"!!
Or get a DVD of Stop Making Sense. Great performance movie that lists Jonathan Demme as director.

 bobrk wrote:
You should go see David Byrne live. His voice is really great in person, especially singing his latest stuff. Great range and emotion. After 30 years, he still seems scared of the audience, though. ;)
 


this "song" doth sucketh in sooooooo many ways, I can't even begin to count them{#Beat}{#Frustrated}{#Razz}{#Ass}{#Snooty}{#Exclaim}{#Grumpy}{#Headache}{#Arghhh}{#Mad}{#Sick}
michaelc wrote:
I liked this then, it was new a different, now it just seems dated and not in a good way.
Wow, that's almost exactly what I wanted to say.
smdeeg wrote:
Quite untrue. There are many worse voices out there. Neil Young comes to mind. You must have an allergy to be having such a severe and irrational reaction. (BTW: I love Neil, and he uses his voice very well.)
You should go see David Byrne live. His voice is really great in person, especially singing his latest stuff. Great range and emotion. After 30 years, he still seems scared of the audience, though. ;)
I simply love the quirkiness of the talking heads and especially of david byrne! :bananajam: :bananajumprope: :bananasplit:
Stingray wrote:
...and if you had a thousand years, you were not able to find another F****D-UP voice like the one of Talking Head´s David Byrne. ...
Quite untrue. There are many worse voices out there. Neil Young comes to mind. You must have an allergy to be having such a severe and irrational reaction. (BTW: I love Neil, and he uses his voice very well.)


no doubt they are talented, but I just cannot bear it. radio went mute for a couple minutes.
This tune is nice. Sounds like the singer has perfect pitch. Or at least his overdubs do. :ask: :yes:
Stingray wrote:
...and if you had a thousand years, you were not able to find another F****D-UP voice like the one of Talking Head´s David Byrne. I have to switch off the radio, or VOMIT! ARTEMIS!

Lethal font size and colour, and with those caps and exclamation point you just know he really means it. Stay back...

I liked this then, it was new a different, now it just seems dated and not in a good way.
This seems like a good place for what's been on my mind for a while after a few months of reading comments. Why do people get so worked up about something as harmless as a song? And if the station or the selection is so annoying, then why waste time and energy hanging in here and writing hateful stuff? Sheesh.. there are literally THOUSANDS of internet radio stations out there. Heck, some of my best friends listen to other stations! :shifty: One of them, in fact, asked me in earnest the other day to give Secret Agent a try. I did. Some of the play list is good. Eventually I found I didn't like it as much, and came back here. Easy. Never occurred to me to find a way to write about how annoying of boring I found SA's selection. I dunno... Just don't get some people... :think:
Stingray wrote:
...and if you had a thousand years, you were not able to find another F****D-UP voice like the one of Talking Head´s David Byrne. I have to switch off the radio, or VOMIT! ARTEMIS!
Wow, and I thought I didn't like it....

this gives a new definition of FREE BALLIN. :moon: :moon: :ass: :ass: :moon: :moon:
Stingray wrote:
I have to switch off the radio, or VOMIT!
Just turn your head away when you do, thanks.
Luved the Heads... Luv D Byrne... Sublime stuff!
Stingray wrote:
...and if you had a thousand years, you were not able to find another F****D-UP voice like the one of Talking Head´s David Byrne. I have to switch off the radio, or VOMIT! ARTEMIS!

WOW!

On_The_Beach wrote:
Don't hold back; tell us what you really think!
Is is so wrong that this whole thread has me LMAO!? As to the music: This is a great album. David Byrne is a genius no matter what genre he's inventing.
Nice segue from Drume Negrita. I had totally forgotten about this song. Like it a lot
like this so for so many reason but was thinking this time how CLEAN and SHARP the music sounds...like someone hung it out on the line on a summer day
love the talking heads ever since psycho killer. I'm not even a francophile either.
Glockman45 wrote:
then turn it off you retard. you are in contol of what you hear you pathetic loser. go vomit and then dunk your head in the toilet and drink it back up you dill weed. get off of RP. you don't deserve to be a listener you ass hat.
Don't hold back; tell us what you really think!
i would add that they are equally good in different ways, much like the progression of REMs albums.... Faterson wrote:
The whole Naked album is absolutely fabulous. I don't think there's a better album by Talking Heads, only ones that are equally good. :wink: Naked, being a late Talking Heads album, is often underestimated. It's great to see it receive the deserved airplay on RP. If I could recommend other songs from Naked beside 'Totally Nude' and '(Nothing But) Flowers' to be played on RP, they would especially be 'Facts of Life', 'Cool Water' and, of course, 'Blind'.
Glockman45 wrote:
then turn it off you retard. you are in contol of what you hear you pathetic loser. go vomit and then dunk your head in the toilet and drink it back up you dill weed. get off of RP. you don't deserve to be a listener you ass hat.
After 12 years in the UK I'm accustomed to more intelligent discourse, even if it gets far more biting than the comments above and below. Back to the topic at hand...I find several TH songs to be mind blowing. For the most part tho, I find Byrne's voice affected and just occasionally repugnant.
This is a great TH's tune...eclectic,poppy, happy, genius. Lovely pedal steel guitar...
Stingray wrote:
...and if you had a thousand years, you were not able to find another F****D-UP voice like the one of Talking Head´s David Byrne. I have to switch off the radio, or VOMIT! ARTEMIS!
then turn it off you retard. you are in contol of what you hear you pathetic loser. go vomit and then dunk your head in the toilet and drink it back up you dill weed. get off of RP. you don't deserve to be a listener you ass hat.

...and if you had a thousand years, you were not able to find another F****D-UP voice like the one of Talking Head´s David Byrne. I have to switch off the radio, or VOMIT! ARTEMIS!

Ditto! This is a great song with a nicely uderstated enviromentalist twist. The music is dancable too. Remain in light is the only album I like better!!! Pazzat wrote:
Just stop it!!! My only complaint against you is your pig-headed prejudice against the Heads and your inability ever to write anything new in criticism of them. How many times have you copied and pasted this comment now? Go on, count them up. Please.
Atrail wrote:
What is it with Radio Paradise and Talking Heads. I have to disconnect every time this band comes on cause it is just painful to listen t; which is way too often cause you play them way too much. This is my only complaint against the station as a long time listener, but it is a big one!
Just stop it!!! My only complaint against you is your pig-headed prejudice against the Heads and your inability ever to write anything new in criticism of them. How many times have you copied and pasted this comment now? Go on, count them up. Please.
The whole Naked album is absolutely fabulous. I don't think there's a better album by Talking Heads, only ones that are equally good. :wink: Naked, being a late Talking Heads album, is often underestimated. It's great to see it receive the deserved airplay on RP. If I could recommend other songs from Naked beside 'Totally Nude' and '(Nothing But) Flowers' to be played on RP, they would especially be 'Facts of Life', 'Cool Water' and, of course, 'Blind'.
Not sure I enjoy the image of David Byrne naked... :stop:
Al_Koholic wrote:
Haven't played this CD in quite a while, time to give it another listen, forgot I liked this song.
Amen. This light, ironic song stands up to the test of time a lot better than a lot of Talking Heads' other songs, I think. And I used to be a big fan!
One of the greatest bands of all time!!!! :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana: :bounce: :bounce: :notworthy: :notworthy: :cheers: :cheers: :hearteyes: :hearteyes: :dance: :dance: :clap: :clap: :whistle: :whistle: :high-five: :high-five:
Mugro wrote:
This album is quite overlooked and underated.
Judging from this song, then I can understand why :neutral: Adequate
This album is quite overlooked and underated.
steeler wrote:
Nice segue from Ry Cooder and Manuel Galban's Drume Negrita. Smooth.
I thought so too.... :bounce:
rosedraws wrote:
yup. :bounce:
:bounce:
RichardPrins wrote:
:bounce:
yup. :bounce:
What is it with Radio Paradise and Talking Heads. I have to disconnect every time this band comes on cause it is just painful to listen t; which is way too often cause you play them way too much. This is my only complaint against the station as a long time listener, but it is a big one!
:sunny: my anthem!!! :sunny:
I don't typically like dancing, but this is one I'd like to learn flamenco (sp?) :dancingbanana: to.
8 normally + 2 because Talking Heads are one of the greatest bands ever there are only like two songs I dont crave. :sunny:
kazuma wrote:
So good, in fact, that it's hard to believe it's from the same band that recorded this marginal, irritating mess.
It's unclear for me wether you like the Talking Heads or not.
:bounce:
Darlington wrote:
If you are fan of this group (to any extent) by all means buy "The Name of this Band is the Talking Heads" which just came out on CD (finally). It is very, very good.
So good, in fact, that it's hard to believe it's from the same band that recorded this marginal, irritating mess.
:propeller:
billiant! Naked is one of the best albums ever. followed only by Byrne's solo Rei Momo. Viva T.H.!!!!!
One of my very favorite songs of all time! This Head's song about freedom gets a 10 from me.
pvcnote wrote:
DITTO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE STOP IT!!!!!!!!!!
Not gonna happen. They're too good. :nyah:
stradaduro wrote:
really, it's time to silence the talking heads.
DITTO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE STOP IT!!!!!!!!!!
stradaduro wrote:
really, it's time to silence the talking heads.
Rather just silence you! :beat:
:guitarist: :drummer: :guitarist: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
shevek wrote:
Hey - the first time I actually LIKE a Talking Heads song! See? There is hope for everybody!
I am very proud of you Shevek!!!
:music: :bounce: :daisy.gif: :sunny.gif:
Haven't played this CD in quite a while, time to give it another listen, forgot I liked this song.
I'm a sucker for anything with cool sliding steel guitar. Almost wants to make me give it automatic '10' just for that.
Hey - the first time I actually LIKE a Talking Heads song! See? There is hope for everybody!
steeler wrote:
Nice segue from Ry Cooder and Manuel Galban's Drume Negrita. Smooth.
seems to be a recuring theme, very nice!
Uh-Oh! Toe tapper ! Love the SOUND of this album.
stradaduro wrote:
really, it's time to silence the talking heads.
'"Sorry but that user does not exist" Tee hee.
If you are fan of this group (to any extent) by all means buy "The Name of this Band is the Talking Heads" which just came out on CD (finally). It is very, very good.
Nice segue from Ry Cooder and Manuel Galban's Drume Negrita. Smooth.
masterhead wrote:
Why silence anybody? Are you by any means a republican?
He's a racist, homophobe republican!! FOX NEWS RULES!!!
stradaduro wrote:
really, it's time to silence the talking heads.
Why silence anybody? Are you by any means a republican?
Originally Posted by stradaduro: really, it's time to silence the talking heads.
Quick why don't you give all of their songs a 1 in the manner of a dofus. Oh, you already did.
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\"Quite likeable\". Not too much substance, but what the heck, it\'s making my late Friday night at work...oh my gosh...FUN!
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Love the guitars in this one. Al 25 of them :D
really, it\'s time to silence the talking heads.
More Head that I can Talk about please. :D
Originally Posted by KevDog: Boy, I'm not touching that line with a 10-foot pole. :D
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