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Talking Heads fans have been waiting a long time to have the band’s eight studio albums remastered and reissued, but they may find that the long-awaited revamping of the group’s catalog is somewhat problematic.

Talking Heads biography Formed in 1975 in New York City, USA - Disbanded in 1991 David BYRNE ( guitarist,vocalist), Chris Frantz (drummer) and bassist Tina Weymouth met at the Rhode Island School of Design in the early 70's and from there moved to New York to start making music around 1974. The seminal New York punk club the CBGB from 1975 became their local stamping ground playing.

  • Talking Heads - Wikipedia. Talking Heads. 01- 1977- 77 Tiburcio. 02- 1978- More Songs About Buildings and Food Tiburcio. 03- 1979- Fear of Music Tiburcio. 04- 1980- Remain In Light Tiburcio. 05- 1983- Speaking in. Ultravox. Studio Discography (1977-2012) HDCD.
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Aug 19, 1988 Recorded over four nights in Germany during what turned out to be Spacemen 3's final tour, Live in Europe 1989 is far better than the more ragged earlier Spacemen 3 live album, 1988's Performance. The album's also notable for documenting the group's short-lived quartet lineup, with bassist Willie Carruthers and drummer Jon.

Discography

YearAlbumLabelAllMusic RatingUser Ratings
1986 Sound of ConfusionTaang! Records
1987 The Perfect PrescriptionTaang! Records
1989 Playing with FireTaang! Records
1990 Taking Drugs to Make Music to Take Drugs ToBomp
1990 PerformanceFire Records
1990 Dreamweapon: An Evening of Contemporary Sitar MusicImport
1991 RecurringSpace Age Recordings
1995 Performance: Live at the Melkweg 6/2/88Taang! Records
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1995 Live in Europe 1989Import
Live at the New Morning Geneva Switzerland 18Mental Groove
DreamweaponSuperior Viaduct
All Fucked UpPOST SCRIP

Welcome to the /r/shoegaze Wiki!

This isn't meant to be a definitive source of information, but will hopefully help those getting into Shoegaze music, or people who are trying to find new artists.

What is Shoegaze?

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Shoegaze, for the most part, is a subgenre of Alternative Rock characterised by heavy guitar distortion through effects pedals, used to create a wall of sound. The name 'Shoegaze' came from a reporter from the UK Magazine Sounds, in a review of band Moose, referring to how the band had the lyrics for the gig they were playing taped to the stage floor. Magazine NMEGotham condensed font free mac. picked this term up and used it to refer how the bands often look at their effects pedals feet when performing, making it look like they were 'gazing at their shoes'.

Shoegaze first emerged in the Alternate Rock scene of the United Kingdom in the late 1980s, and reached its pinnacle of popularity in 1991 before a decline due to the Britpop and Grunge movements in the UK and North America. 1960s Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock, Post-Punk, and Indie Rock are often cited as influences for Shoegaze bands.

From the early 2010s, there has been a renewed interest in Shoegaze, and many bands have appeared to recapture the old sounds, others mixing the Shoegaze sound with other genres such as Post-Rock or Metal.

That's great, but what are good albums?

It's all depends on your taste, but for starters, try these cornerstone albums:

Loveless by My Bloody Valentine - Listen on YouTube - Pitchfork Review - The Needle Drop Review (Video)

Probably the album that can summarise the Shoegaze genre as a whole. Essential listening not just for people who are getting into Shoegaze, but for any music listener.

Souvlaki by Slowdive - Listen on YouTube - Pitchfork Review

A more darker album than Loveless, but a very spacey and relaxed album nevertheless. A solid listen.

Nowhere by Ride - Listen on YouTube - Pitchfork Review

This album, and Ride generally, were closer to Alternative Rock with distinct Shoegaze elements rather than Shoegaze itself. A good album if you enjoy early 90s Alternative.

those albums are probably the best entry way into the genre and are essentially The Big Three of the albums/bands associated with the genre. As far as understanding the genre including its sonic aspects and how the genre came about, it's easiest to break the genre down into 2 distinct parts: Bands that directly influenced the formation of the genre and bands who made up the initial wave. The former group shows how the genre was formed, the latter groups more or less set the template for most of the current acts.

Bands who directly influenced the genre:

BandKey Album
Cocteau TwinsHead Over Heels
The Jesus and Mary ChainPsychocandy
My Bloody ValentineYou Made Me Realise EP
AR Kane69

Other acts that influenced the genre's formation, but would be misleading to lump them in with Shoegaze as a whole:

BandKey Album
Dinosaur Jr.You're Living All Over Me
Sonic YouthSister
Spacemen 3Sound of Confusion
LoopFade Out
Husker DuFlip Your Wig

Note that these aren't necessarily the band's best albums, but the ones that influenced the genre the most.

Bands who comprised the initial Shoegaze movement

BandKey Album
RideNowhere
SlowdiveSouvlaki
LushSpooky
ChapterhouseWhirlpool
MooseSonny & Sam EP
SwervedriverRaise
MedicineShot Forth Self Living
Pale SaintsThe Comforts of Madness
CurvePubic Fruit

Note that these aren't necssarily the band's best albums, but they're the most relevant to Shoegaze. In almost all instances, each of the above acts moved onto entirely different genres (Ambient post-rock for Slowdive, Britpop for both Lush and Ride, etc.)

Other bands of interest

These bands often get lumped in with the genre (usually due to a tangential connection. i.e. Creation records signing or one of these bands toured with a band listed above), but they belong to other genres (Psychedelic Rock most often)

Other sources:

  • 4chan's /mu/ board also have put together a list of recommended listenings, you can check those out here: /mu/'s Essential Shoegaze/Dream Pop List.
  • Record label Club AC30 released a series of albums a while ago called Never Lose That Feeling, with newer Shoegaze artists covering the genre's older works. Definitely worth a listen.

What would you recommend?

/u/-sarge:

Colour Trip by Ringo Deathstarr - Listen to 'Brightest Star'

Ringo Deathstarr are a band from Austin, Texas, mostly focusing on Indie Rock, but with heavy Shoegaze influences.

Methodrone by The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Listen to 'Evergreen'

This album mixes Psychedelic Rock with Shoegaze. Their later works move on to different styles of music, with their frontman Anton Newcombe constantly changing direction. I first listened to this album at a very pivotal moment in my life and it's kind of stuck with me since. A good listen if you're sober, a better listen if you're high and getting all introspective.

Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride by The Black Ryder - Listen to 'Let It Go'

Shoegaze/Psych from an Australian band (woo!) - live instrumentation, good helpings of distortion, soft female vocalist, and Psych influences. I'm sold.

/u/Whimish:

I'll list some artists and albums that are maybe not so much known, but are very, very good.

Like Thieves by Ports of Call - Listen to 'Quiet Tide'

Nature Heart Software by Pia Fraus - Listen to 'Feeling is New'

Stereo Musicale by Blind Mr. Jones - Listen to 'Regular Disease'

Letting Go by Whirlaway - Listen to 'Transport'

Pleamar by Resplandor - Listen to 'Whisper'

/u/AptMoniker:

See the list below.

How do I find new bands?

Last.fm is a good resource. If you haven't got an account there, I'd recommend making one as it'll give you recommendations based on your listening habits.

toneVendor's Web Catalogue is another good resource for purchasing vinyl, or just finding newer albums.

The Shoegazing My Balls Off Playlist on Spotify was posted a while back in an /r/shoegaze thread. LeClair updates it once in a while and overall, it's very good listening. All you need to listen is a Facebook account. Depending on where you live though, some tracks will be unavailable.

I'm too lazy to search. I want a list.

Glorious space emperor mod /u/aptmoniker (and the /r/shoegaze community) has also written up a list of recommended artists:

Air FormationDaylight Storms is a great album. They have a lot of music with some real gems mixed in there. Also, check out Matt Bartram. He's the lead singer and does side projects.

AstrobriteThis is Scott Cortez's mostly noise project, he's got some pretty earsplitting albums like Whitenoisesuperstar and Pinkshinyultrablast but Crush, Super Crush, and the Eight Candy EP are great.

AirielThey're still together but haven't produced in a few years, their bassist Cory had a band called Tom Spacey that was great. The Tom Spacey album is available for free somewhere. Cory and airiel's old drummer are now in Lightfoils whose EP should drop soon. They're blowing up pretty quickly.

Alcian BlueTranslucent EP and their self-titled album are amazing. They're broken up I think.

Asobi SeksuA lot of people like these guys but I'm impartial. Citrus is their best seller.

Amusement Parks on Firejust check em out.

Bitcrush In Distance. While technically more post-rock, check em out.

Black TambourineComplete Recordings. This is a staple album that noone mentioned. It's along the vein of MBV's earlier recordings, but more Poppy.

Bloody KnivesBloody Knives EP. Super nice people that make great droney fuzzy high-energy goodness.

Broken RobotsThey only have one EP, and I'm pretty sure they fell off the face of the earth, but it's great stuff. Super viscous fuzzy guitar and girl/guy vocals. Lo-fi.

The Brother KiteNu-Gaze one-hit-wonder. Their self-titled album. Their second album was a huge disappointment.

Candy AfterlifeAnything you can get by these guys is amazingly good. I think they have 2 ep's, Self-titled and Kiss With A Gaze.

ChapterhouseI didn't see anyone mention this old staple group. Pretty and jangly guitars. Fare vocals.

Closedown - Nearfield. Great throwback album. Super dreamy.

Coalter of the Deepers - Bear (EP), and No Thank You. The Japanese have their own nice spinoff of shoegaze that is totally good. Also, I highly recommend Oeil's Urban Twilight EP!

Cosmicdust - One man band from Japan. Quite a bit noiser than the average shoegaze group. Snow Noise Assemblage is his only album.

Crash City Saints - ALL OF THEIR SHIT IS FUCKING AWESOME. You can get their Returner EP for free from their weblog.

Curve - Doppelgänger. Not sure if anyone mentioned them, but this old band had a huge impact on female-fronted bands.

The December Sound - The Silver Album. An essential.

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Dive - Freeze Frame EP + + and Early Sonic June. Very loud and very fuzzy.

Drone Dimension - Faintly Acquainted. Required fucking listening. Their name is very appropriate.

Drop Nineteens - Delaware. This an oldie. Basically America's take on shoegaze.

Earlimart - Someone else mentioned Engineers. If you like them, you might like Earlimart.

Ecstasy Of St. Theresa - Susurrate. A very My Bloody Valentine-esque album and if you're trying to get into it, start with 'Swoony' the seven minute piece that could easily fit in on Loveless

Eluvium - More like ambient shoegaze. If you like them, check out their split with Jesu, whose Silver and Conquerer EPs are fantastic droney sludgy post-rock.

The Emerald Down - Aquarium and Scream the Sound. Super beautiful band that unfortunately is no longer. Like Lush, but better imo.

Everything Is Made In China - Selftitled. They are more post-rockish but with a definite atmosphere of shoegaze.

Flavor Crystals - Ambergris and On Plastic are two great albums if you're into the droney faint dude vocals and borderline psychedelic/ambient rock. For Those Who Know also falls in this category.

Fleeting Joys - Despondent Transponder. Okay, so these guys basically made an unofficial My Bloody Valentine album, which is great and all, but it certainly overshadowed their second release Occult Radiance. Their second album is okay. Definitely get the first album.

Flying Saucer Attack - It's hard to pinpoint one album, their debut is great and it's along the same vein as Astrobrite.

God Is An Astronaut and Hammock make great shoegazey post-rock.

Glifted - Under and In. This is a heavy shoegaze album.

Guitaro - Futura Black. Awesome girl/guy dreampop, If you like them, also check out the SkyDrops.

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Hartfield - One of the bigger highlights from Japan. True Color, True Lie is their only LP. They went on tour with Airiel awhile back.

Heaviness - SelfTitled. Some truly lighthearted Dreampop.

Henry's Dress - Bust 'em Green. If the Ramones fucked Black Tambourine you would get this garagey band. Not for everyone, but it's worth a google.

Highspire - Your Everything. When everyone talks about Nu-Gaze, they're talking about Highspire. They're on Clairecords with a few other bands worth checking out.

Hypatia Lake - ..And We Shall Call Him Joseph. Their 2006 release is a bit all over the place, but it's a solid noisy listen.

ifwhen - we will gently destoy you. Noise pop with synths and droney dude vocals.

Isis - In The Absence Of Truth.

A Place To Bury Strangers - SelfTitled.

Jatun - Blanket of Ash. Their cover of Swervedriver's Never Lose That Feeling is super-feelsgoodman. If you like M83, check em out.

The Jesus & Mary Chain - Psychocandy. Staple.

Not really Shoegaze but The Joy Formidable is definitely under the influence of the genre. The Big Roar is a great album.

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The Lassie Foundation - El Ray.

Lilys - In the Presence of Nothing.

lovesliescrushing - Bloweyelashwish and Xuvetyn. Bloweyelashwish is a slow typical shoegaze LP with nice plinking guitars and loooonnnggg hazy chords underneath. Xuvetyn is etheral, if there was one shoegaze album that came from space it is probably this one. It sounds like My Bloody Valentine slowed down 100 times.

Lush - Spooky. This is a no-brainer. Super jangle watery guitars with chick singers. Fucking ultra dreampop. Also, yeah Ride's album Nowhere.

LSD and the Search for God - Selftitled. Starting Over is a lovely girl/guy track.

Oeil - Urban Twilight. An EP released in 2007 which has extremely heavy My Bloody Valentine influences.

Pluramon - Dreams Top Rock and The Monstrous Surplus. This is rock royalty. Julee Cruise on vocals with her un-fucking-real angel voice. Speaking of rock vixens, check out Thee Heavenly Music Association's Shaping The Invisible album. Hellen Storer has a super-sexy voice. If you like, you might want to check out The London Apartments, specifically a track called Fair is Fair. Also, yeah, Mazzy Star.

M83 - Dead Cities, Red Seas, & Lost Ghosts. A VERY electronic take on shoegaze but when the crescendo in Noise/America/Gone come around there is no denying that the mix of synth with noise is overpowering and euphoric.

Medicine - Shot Forth Self Living. This album sounds like a not as good My Bloody Valentine but just like a junkie, you know you'll take it even if it isn't as good.

The Meeting Places - Numbered Days

Mercy Arms - Self Titled. If you like the Cure.

Mint Julep - Songs About Snow

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Nadja - When I See The Sun Always Shines On TV. Very noisy band. Their cover of MBV's Only Shallow will melt your face.

Niz - Stone. An EP released in 2009 from a Japanese shoegaze band but don't worry you won't be able to tell their singing in japanese.. for the most part.

Pinkshinyultrablast - Happy Songs for happy Zombies. This 4 song EP released in 2009 is easy to get into and an instant essential for someone trying to max out their collection.

Raymond Scott Woolson - Accidental Grace Notes

Relay - Still Point of Turning

Resplandor - ANYTHING. Highly highly recommended. My personal favorite album from this Brazilian shoegaze group is Pleamar. These guys really nail what the prettier side of shoegaze is about. (versus the Kevin Shields version).

Robin Guthrie - Continental. (founding member of Cocteau Twins)

Ringo Deathstarr - I saw these guys the other night! Great band out of Austin, TX with a couple of releases under their belts. High-energy dreampop. Check out 'Colour Trip'.

Rumskib - Selftitled. If you're into the girly-girl vocals, this is good album.

Secret Shine - These guys have been around forever. More dreampop girl/guy vocals.

Should - A Folding Sieve. A tragically overlooked band.

Skywave - Synthstatic. Noisy post-punk and a shoegaze essential.

Sleepy Eyes Of Death - Selftitled. Electronic music along the vein of M83 with more guitar delay.

Talking Heads Albums

Slowdive - Souvlaki. Just because I HAD to put this on the list. All their albums and EPs are great. Sleep off of I Saw The Sun is still on of my favorite songs.

Swoon - Jetglo EP

Swervedriver - Mezcal Head. Be sure and check out Airiel's cover of Blowin' Cool! Great track.

The Telescopes - SelfTitled. These guys were incredibly influential alongside Slowdive.

The Sky Drops - Bourgeois Beat. You wouldn't think that this is a duo. Some light dreampop with the occasional squeal.

Tokyo Shoegazer - The most promising shoegaze act to come out of Japan in recent memory. 'Crystallize' and 'Turnaround' are both fantastic albums.

Soundpool - On High. Really dreampoppy melodic watery guitars with chick with the occasional dude singing. Good album!

South Pacific - Constance. Instrumental awesomeness. It's a classic.

Sway - The Millia Pink and Green EP. Andrew Saks is average guy who happens to have put out a few incredible shoegaze records. If I were you, I'd buy all of this guy's stuff immediately.

True Widow - As High as the Highest Heavens and From The Center To The Circumference Of The Earth. After that mouthful of a title, you'll need to relax, and this is the perfect album to get that shoegazey goodness and some Dopesmoker-esque drone fused in one for that couch lock greatness.

The Vandelles - Del Black Aloha. Really noisy and high energy psychedelic throwback like the Black Angels. But better, imo.

The Voices - Selftitled, Death Of A Lover's Song, The Sound of Young America. By far some of the worst news I've ever received was when I heard these guys broke up. Their new project is shitty so don't bother. But all three of their albums are incredibly important additions to the genre. Fucking gnarly rhythm section becomes your heart beat. Seriously….buy all their shit and listen to it through really good speakers.

The Voltage - Selftitled. Similar to Broken Robots. Lo-Fi and endearing.

Weekend - Sports, Red EP. Really nailing the shoegaze noise throwback as well. Great vocals.

If you want more doom and gloom, check out The Angelic Process. Hilariously, there is a supersick instrumental band called 5ive that happens to share names with some pussy boyband. Just look up 5ive - Burning Season. Also, I mentioned Jesu who is Justin K Broadrick…look him up. :-)

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Talking Heads ‎- Brick (2005) {8 Hybrid Dualdisc Remastered, Box Set, CDs + DVDs + Hi-Res}
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Total Size: 3.24 GB (CDs) + 32.7 GB (DVDs) + 25.8 (Hi-Res) 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Rhino Records USA R2 74722 Genre: Post Punk, New Wave

Talking Heads fans have been waiting a long time to have the band’s eight studio albums remastered and reissued, but they may find that the long-awaited revamping of the group’s catalog is somewhat problematic. Instead of being released as individual titles, all eight titles were boxed and reissued as an expensive set, Talking Heads Brick — and they’re not issued as CDs, they’re only available as DualDiscs, a format that contains a CD on one side and a DVD on the other. Each album is presented in expanded form with a handful of bonus tracks on the CD side, with the DVD side containing the entire album, but usually not the new bonus tracks available on the CD side, in 5.1 Surround mixes and PCM stereo, plus some additional video bonus material. DualDiscs do offer more than a conventional CD, but they’re thicker than CDs, which may mean that they may not play on all CD players, and almost surely won’t play on any computer or car stereo — all things that will frustrate fans, but that’s hardly not the only thing that will frustrate them about this brick-like set. There’s the fact that while most of the group’s videos are here, some, like “Once in a Lifetime,” are conspicuously missing. Then, there’s the packaging, which may be considerably more user-friendly than the ungainly 2003 box Once in a Lifetime, but it’s designed as an all-white art object. The raised-type text of the group’s song titles is pretty cool on the outside of this moulded plastic box, but each individual CD is given a white tray inlay that contains no text at all — no text on the spine indicating what album it is, no song titles on the back, which means that anybody wanting to know what the bonus tracks are on an individual discs will have to open up the booklets, which is exceptionally infuriating. Those booklets also contain an insert miniture art lithograph — replications of pictures and photos interpreting what certain Talking Heads songs mean — plus testimonials and some artwork recycled from the 2003 box, along with full lyrics, including some shots of the original lyrics. It’s nice, but more complete liner notes would have been appreciated.

Apart from these packaging and format problems, the set does deliver on many fan’s highest hopes for the set. The sound is indeed a marked improvement over the shoddy compact discs that have been on the market for roughly 20 years; it’s not an improvement on the 2003 box, but an extension, and it’s a pleasure to hear all these albums in such clear, rich sound. Similarly, the 5.1 mixes are good and use the sound stage well, even if they’re not particularly revelatory.

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Of course, the bonus tracks are of the most interest to the hardcore fans who have been waiting for this overhaul of the group’s catalog, and, by and large, this new material is very good. Talking Heads: 77 has the singles “Love=Building on Fire” and “I Wish You Wouldn’t Say That,” plus the B-side acoustic version of “Psycho Killer” and “Sugar on My Tongue,” which previously appeared on Sand in the Vaseline; there’s also a good previously unreleased outtake of an early song called “I Feel It in My Heart,” which is also on the DVD side as a compelling video performance of the band playing at the Kitchen in 1976, while there’s video of the group live in 1978 playing “Pulled Up.” More Songs About Buildings and Food has a spare version of “Stay Hungry” cut during the 77 sessions, along with alternates of “I’m Not in Love” and “The Big Country,” which are lean, fairly rough, and exciting. There’s also a previously “Country Angel” version of “Thank You for Sending Me an Angel,” which is built on acoustic guitars and has heavy washes of organs; there are two live performances from 1978 on the DVD side. Fear of Music — which rivals Remain in Light as the best overall remastering here — has alternate versions of “Life During Wartime,” “Cities,” and “Mind,” plus the “unfinished outtake” “Dancing for Money,” which may have a promising groove, but is as unfinished as it’s billed, containing little more than a rhythmic vamp and two basically wordless guide vocals; the DVD side contains two performances from their 1980 appearance on the German TV show Rockpop. Remain in Light has four unfinished outtakes, and the fact that they’re not finished should come as no great surprise given the way that the album was recorded from the rhythm tracks up, but all four are excellent, dense rhythmic vamps highlighted by “Fela’s Riff,” which is so tight there’s no room for guide vocals, and the intertwined, trippy “Double Groove” (“Right Start” mutated into “Once in a Lifetime”). The DVD side contains Rockpop appearances from 1980, but not any music videos. Speaking in Tongues has just two Bonus Tracks: the unfinished “Two Note Swivel,” which is closer than anything on Fear of Music or Remain in Light to being completed, since David Byrne actually has words in addition to the melody, plus an alternate “Burning Down the House” that isn’t as lively as the finished version; the DVD contains videos for “Burning Down the House” and “This Must Be the Place.” Little Creatures contains an early version of “Road to Nowhere” that is much tamer and simpler than the finished version, and an early version of “And She Was” that lacks the pre-chorus and sounds like a rough demo; there’s also an extended mix of “Television Man” that was released as a 12″ single, plus vidoes of “And She Was” and “Road to Nowhere” on the DVD side. True Stories has an extended mix of “Wild Wild Life” that was originally issued on the original CD version of the album, plus “Papa Legba” and “Radio Head” taken from the film True Stories — they contain the original Talking Heads backing tracks but are sung by Pops Staples and Tito Larriva, respectively; the DVD has videos for “Wild Wild Life,” plus “Love for Sale.” Finally, Naked, perhaps appropriately, has the least amount of bonus material, containing just the outtake “Sax and Violins,” which was released on the Until the End of the World soundtrack, and the DVD contains the video of it as well.

It’s a lot of material to get through, and many fans may prefer to wade through it as individual releases, particularly since the bonus material does get less interesting around Speaking in Tongues. They also may feel a little burned because the unreleased songs and alternate takes here are much more compelling than the unreleased material on Once in a Lifetime, and they also may feel burned that not every music video the group did is here, when there clearly was space to fit them in. So, there’s plenty to complain about, but there’s also plenty to celebrate, since despite it all, this set does deliver the basics: it has the albums in glorious remastered sound, plus good bonus material. The packaging and presentation could have been better, but fans who want to shell out for this very expensive set will at least be satisfied that their desire for improved sound and bonus tracks has finally been fulfilled. ― Allmusic
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77 (1977)
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01. Uh-Oh, Love Comes To Town – 02:49
02. New Feeling – 03:10
03. Tentative Decisions – 03:09
04. Happy Day – 03:56
05. Who Is It? – 01:44
06. No Compassion – 04:51
07. The Book I Read – 04:10
08. Don’t Worry About The Government – 03:02
09. First Week; Last Week… Carefree – 03:22
10. Psycho Killer – 04:21
11. Pulled Up – 04:37
Bonus Tracks:
12. Love → Building on Fire – 03:00
13. I Wish You Wouldn’t Say That – 02:40
14. Psycho Killer (Acoustic) – 04:21
15. I Feel It In My Heart – 03:16
16. Sugar On My Tongue – 02:36

DVD:
01. Uh-Oh, Love Comes To Town – 02:51
02. New Feeling – 03:09
03. Tentative Decisions – 03:09
04. Happy Day – 03:55
05. Who Is It – 01:44
06. No Compassion – 04:50
07. The Book I Read – 04:07
08. Don’t Worry About The Government – 03:02
09. First Week – Last Week… Carefree – 03:31
10. Psycho Killer – 04:19
11. Pulled Up – 04:40
12. Psycho Killer (Acoustic) – 04:15
13. Uh-Oh, Love Comes To Town (Alternate) – 02:50
Bonus Tracks: Video Content
01. Pulled Up (Live At Sproul Plaza, Berkeley, CA 1978)
02. Feel It In My Heart (Live At The Kitchen, New York, NY, 1976)

Hi-Res (Stereo & Multichannel):
01. Uh-Oh, Love Comes To Town – 02:51
02. New Feeling – 03:09
03. Tentative Decisions – 03:09
04. Happy Day – 03:55
05. Who Is It – 01:44
06. No Compassion – 04:50
07. The Book I Read – 04:07
08. Don’t Worry About The Government – 03:02
09. First Week – Last Week… Carefree – 03:31
10. Psycho Killer – 04:19
11. Pulled Up – 04:40
12. Psycho Killer (Acoustic) – 04:15
13. Uh-Oh, Love Comes To Town (Alternate) – 02:50

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More Songs About Buildings and Food (1978)
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CD:
01. Thank You For Sending Me An Angel – 02:12
02. With Our Love – 03:31
03. The Good Thing – 03:03
04. Warning Sign – 03:54
05. Girls Want To Be With The Girls – 02:38
06. Found A Job – 05:01
07. Artists Only – 03:35
08. I’m Not In Love – 04:34
09. Stay Hungry – 02:40
10. Take Me To The River – 05:03
11. The Big Country – 05:39
Bonus Tracks:
12. Stay Hungry (1977 Version) – 03:47
13. I’m Not In Love (Alternate Version) – 05:18
14. The Big Country (Alternate Version) – 05:04
15. Thank You For Sending Me An Angel (Country Angel Version) – 02:12

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01. Thank You For Sending Me An Angel – 02:11
02. With Our Love – 03:30
03. The Good Thing – 03:03
04. Warning Sign – 03:53
05. The Girls Want To Be With The Girls – 02:39
06. Found A Job – 04:59
07. Artists Only – 03:35
08. I’m Not In Love – 04:33
09. Stay Hungry – 02:39
10. Take Me To The River – 05:06
11. The Big Country – 05:39
Bonus Tracks: Video Content
01. Found A Job (Live At Entermedia Theatre, New York, NY, 1978)
02. Warning Sign (Live At Sproul Plaza, Berkley, CA, 1978)

Hi-Res (Stereo & Multichannel):
01. Thank You For Sending Me An Angel – 02:11
02. With Our Love – 03:30
03. The Good Thing – 03:03
04. Warning Sign – 03:53
05. The Girls Want To Be With The Girls – 02:39
06. Found A Job – 04:59
07. Artists Only – 03:35
08. I’m Not In Love – 04:33
09. Stay Hungry – 02:39
10. Take Me To The River – 05:06
11. The Big Country – 05:39

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Fear of Music (1979)
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CD:
01. I Zimbra – 03:09
02. Mind – 04:13
03. Paper – 02:39
04. Cities – 04:18
05. Life During Wartime – 03:41
06. Memories Can’t Wait – 03:30
07. Air – 03:34
08. Heaven – 04:01
09. Animals – 03:30
10. Electric Guitar – 03:01
11. Drugs – 05:21
Bonus Tracks:
12. Dancing For Money (Unfinished Outtake) – 02:42
13. Life During Wartime (Alternate Version) – 04:07
14. Cities (Alternate Version) – 05:30
15. Mind (Alternate Version) – 04:26

DVD:
01. I Zimbra – 03:09
02. Mind – 04:13
03. Paper – 02:43
04. Cities – 04:16
05. Life During Wartime – 03:41
06. Memories Can’t Wait – 03:30
07. Air – 03:34
08. Heaven – 04:01
09. Animals – 03:30
10. Electric Guitar – 03:10
11. Drugs – 05:03
Bonus Tracks: Video Content
01. Cities (Rockpop German TV Appearance, 1980)
02. I Zimbra (Rockpop German TV Appearance, 1980)

Hi-Res (Stereo & Multichannel):
01. I Zimbra – 03:09
02. Mind – 04:13
03. Paper – 02:43
04. Cities – 04:16
05. Life During Wartime – 03:41
06. Memories Can’t Wait – 03:30
07. Air – 03:34
08. Heaven – 04:01
09. Animals – 03:30
10. Electric Guitar – 03:10
11. Drugs – 05:03

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Remain in Light (1980)
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CD:
01. Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) – 05:49
02. Crosseyed and Painless – 04:48
03. The Great Curve – 06:28
04. Once in a Lifetime – 04:23
05. Houses in Motion – 04:33
06. Seen and Not Seen – 03:25
07. Listening Wind – 04:43
08. The Overload – 06:11
Bonus Tracks:
09. Fela’s Riff [unfinished outtake] – 05:19
10. Unison [unfinished outtake] – 04:50
11. Double Groove [unfinished outtake] – 04:28
12. Right Start [unfinished outtake] – 04:07

DVD:
01. Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) – 05:49
02. Crosseyed And Painless – 04:50
03. The Great Curve – 06:44
04. Once In A Lifetime – 04:21
05. Houses In Motion – 04:30
06. Seen And Not Seen – 03:24
07. Listening Wind – 04:51
08. The Overload – 07:26
Bonus Tracks: Video Content
01. Crosseyed And Painless
02. Once In A Lifetime

Hi-Res (Stereo & Multichannel):
01. Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) – 05:49
02. Crosseyed And Painless – 04:50
03. The Great Curve – 06:44
04. Once In A Lifetime – 04:21
05. Houses In Motion – 04:30
06. Seen And Not Seen – 03:24
07. Listening Wind – 04:51
08. The Overload – 07:26

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Speaking in Tongues (1983)
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CD:
01. Burning Down the House – 04:02
02. Making Flippy Floppy – 05:54
03. Girlfriend Is Better – 05:43
04. Slippery People – 05:06
05. I Get Wild / Wild Gravity – 05:17
06. Swamp – 05:13
07. Moon Rocks – 05:46
08. Pull Up the Roots – 05:10
09. This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody) – 05:04
Bonus Tracks:
10. Two Note Swivel (Outtake) – 05:52
11. Burning Down the House (Alt) – 05:10

DVD:
01. Burning Down The House – 04:08
02. Making Flippy Floppy – 05:53
03. Girlfriend Is Better – 05:47
04. Slippery People – 05:42
05. I Get Wild – Wild Gravity – 05:18
06. Swamp – 05:12
07. Moon Rocks – 05:46
08. Pull Up The Roots – 05:09
09. This Must Be The Place – 05:01
10. Burning Down The House (Alternate) – 06:14
Bonus Tracks: Video Content
01. Burning Down The House
02. This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)

Hi-Res (Stereo & Multichannel):
01. Burning Down The House – 04:08
02. Making Flippy Floppy – 05:53
03. Girlfriend Is Better – 05:47
04. Slippery People – 05:42
05. I Get Wild – Wild Gravity – 05:18
06. Swamp – 05:12
07. Moon Rocks – 05:46
08. Pull Up The Roots – 05:09
09. This Must Be The Place – 05:01
10. Burning Down The House (Alternate) – 06:14

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Little Creatures (1985)
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CD:
01. And She Was – 03:40
02. Give Me Back My Name – 03:22
03. Creatures Of Love – 04:16
04. Lady Don’t Mind – 03:59
05. Perfect World – 04:27
06. Stay Up Late – 03:44
07. Walk It Down – 04:45
08. Television Man – 06:10
09. Road To Nowhere – 04:27
Bonus Tracks:
10. Road To Nowhere (Early Version) – 04:39
11. And She Was (Early Version) – 03:39
12. Television Man (Extended Mix) – 07:53

DVD:
01. And She Was – 03:40
02. Give Me Back My Name – 03:26
03. Creatures Of Love – 04:17
04. The Lady Don’t Mind – 04:20
05. Perfect World – 04:30
06. Stay Up Late – 03:44
07. Walk It Down – 04:45
08. Television Man – 06:16
09. Road To Nowhere – 04:21
Bonus Tracks: Video Content
01. And She Was
02. Road To Nowhere

Hi-Res (Stereo & Multichannel):
01. And She Was – 03:40
02. Give Me Back My Name – 03:26
03. Creatures Of Love – 04:17
04. The Lady Don’t Mind – 04:20
05. Perfect World – 04:30
06. Stay Up Late – 03:44
07. Walk It Down – 04:45
08. Television Man – 06:16
09. Road To Nowhere – 04:21

Discography

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True Stories (1986)
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CD:
01. Love For Sale – 04:32
02. Puzzlin’ Evidence – 05:24
03. Hey Now – 03:42
04. Papa Legba – 05:56
05. Wild Wild Life – 03:40
06. Radio Head – 03:32
07. Dream Operator – 04:39
08. People Like Us – 04:28
09. City Of Dreams – 05:09
Bonus Tracks:
10. Wild Wild Life (Extended Mix) – 05:36
11. Papa Legba (Pops Staples Vocal Version) – 06:02
12. Radio Head (Tito Larriva Vocal Version) – 03:50

DVD:
01. Love For Sale – 04:29
02. Puzzlin’ Evidence – 05:25
03. Hey Now – 03:44
04. Papa Legba – 05:54
05. Wild Wild Life – 03:40
06. Radio Head – 03:32
07. Dream Operator – 04:44
08. People Like Us – 04:30
09. City Of Dreams – 05:08
10. Papa Legba (Pops Staples Vocal Version) – 06:07
Bonus Tracks: Video Content
01. Wild Wild Life (Music Video, 1986)
02. Love For Sale (Music Video, 1986)

Hi-Res (Stereo & Multichannel):
01. Love For Sale – 04:29
02. Puzzlin’ Evidence – 05:25
03. Hey Now – 03:44
04. Papa Legba – 05:54
05. Wild Wild Life – 03:40
06. Radio Head – 03:32
07. Dream Operator – 04:44
08. People Like Us – 04:30
09. City Of Dreams – 05:08
10. Papa Legba (Pops Staples Vocal Version) – 06:07

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Naked (1988)
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CD:
01. Blind – 05:00
02. Mr. Jones – 04:20
03. Totally Nude – 04:11
04. Ruby Dear – 03:50
05. (Nothing But) Flowers – 05:36
06. The Democratic Circus – 05:04
07. The Facts Of Life – 06:29
08. Mommy Daddy You And I – 03:58
09. Big Daddy – 05:38
10. Bill – 03:23
11. Cool Water – 05:23
Bonus Tracks:
12. Sax And Violins – 05:18

DVD:
01. Blind – 05:00
02. Mr. Jones – 04:20
03. Totally Nude – 04:11
04. Ruby Dear – 04:01
05. (Nothing But) Flowers – 05:34
06. The Democratic Circus – 05:04
07. The Facts Of Life – 06:29
08. Mommy Daddy You And I – 03:58
09. Big Daddy – 05:38
10. Bill – 03:23
11. Cool Water – 05:26
12. Sax And Violins – 05:49
Bonus Tracks: Video Content
01. Blind
02. Sax And Violins

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01. Blind – 05:00
02. Mr. Jones – 04:20
03. Totally Nude – 04:11
04. Ruby Dear – 04:01
05. (Nothing But) Flowers – 05:34
06. The Democratic Circus – 05:04
07. The Facts Of Life – 06:29
08. Mommy Daddy You And I – 03:58
09. Big Daddy – 05:38
10. Bill – 03:23
11. Cool Water – 05:26
12. Sax And Violins – 05:49

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