On behalf of Rhino Records, I'm proud to present to you the Reissues. Rhino Records is reissuing all 8 Talking Heads' studio albums including the original album in remastered stereo plus rare bonus songs on the CD side. The DVD side contains bonus audio and video content, lyrics and photos.
LOS ANGELES Ã¢Â€Â” Talking Heads' eight pioneering albums defied easy musical categorization, and now, eleven years after David Byrne, Chris Franz, Tina Weymouth and Jerry Harrison's last release together.
Formed in the mid-'70s at the Rhode Island School of Design, Talking Heads were art school punks who made a name on the nascent punk scene at CBGBs before evolving into one of pop music's most adventurous and influential bands. Talking Heads pioneered a polyrhythmic sound that barrowed from rock, funk, punk, world beat and avant-garde minimalism to create clever, experimental music embraced by radio audiences.
In addition to the hits "Burning Down the House," "Take Me To The River," "Road To Nowhere," "Wild, Wild Life" and "Once In A Lifetime," this deluxe sonic upgrade includes an impressive collection of previously unavailable bonus songs and videos. Unreleased highlights include an acoustic version of "Psycho Killer" mixed in 5.1 Surround Sound, a live 1976 video performance of "I Feel It In My Heart" recorded at The Kitchen in New York, alternate mixes of "The Big Country" and "Life During Wartime," early versions of "And She Was" and "Road To Nowhere," a version of "Papa Legba," featuring Pops Staples, several unfinished outtakes from the Remain In Light sessions, as well as music videos and German television performances.
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