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Talk Talk - Introducing flac album

Performer: Talk Talk
Title: Introducing
Style: Art Rock,New Wave,Synth Pop
Duration: 01:07:21
Relesed: September 9, 2003
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 852
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Talk Talk were an English pop and rock band formed in 1981, led by Mark Hollis (vocals, guitar, piano), Lee Harris (drums), and Paul Webb (bass). The group achieved early chart success with the synth-pop singles "Talk Talk" (1982), "It's My Life", and "Such a Shame" (both 1984) before moving towards more experimental music in the mid-1980s, pioneering what became known as post-rock.

The Collection is a greatest hits album of the British band Talk Talk, released in 2000. The album has been re-released various times. First released as "Talk Talk The Collection" in 2000, further versions of the album with the same track list include The Collection (2003), It's My Life: The Collection (2001) and The Ultra Selection (2001). As with all of the band's EMI compilations until 2013, the album was not a band sanctioned release.

The Collection (re-release) (2003)String Module Error: Match not found2003. Talk Talk is a compilation album by Talk Talk released in 2003 (one of many "best of" albums of the band released by coincidence the same year).

Talk Talk is slightly different from the other "best of" albums by the band in that it doesn't include any of the band's hits. The first five tracks come from the 1982–1984 period, including a piano version of "Call in the Night Boy", B-side to a non-album A-side in 1983. Whilst the remaining seven tracks cover 1986–1988, the EMI era of the band's more experimental phase, most songs in this part of the album are drawn from The Colour of Spring and Spirit of Eden.

Talk Talk is a compilation album by Talk Talk released in 2003 (one of many "best of" albums of the band released by coincidence the same year). Talk Talk is slightly different from the other "best of" albums by the band in that it doesn't include any of the band's hits. Whilst the remaining seven tracks cover 1986–1988, the EMI era of the band's more experimental phase, most songs in this. Have You Heard the News?"

Talk Talk ‎– Introducing. Printed in the EU. Made in the EU. Sleeve notes courtesy of P3 with thanks to all in Talk Talk

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Have You Heard the News? Mark Hollis Talk Talk 5:07
2 Candy Mark Hollis Talk Talk 4:41
3 Renée Mark Hollis Talk Talk 6:21
4 Tomorrow Started Mark Hollis Talk Talk 5:58
5 Call in the Night Boy Simon Brenner / Jerry Harris / Mark Hollis / Paul Webb Talk Talk 3:52
6 For What It's Worth Tim Friese-Greene / Mark Hollis Talk Talk 5:21
7 Happiness Is Easy Tim Friese-Greene / Mark Hollis Talk Talk 6:33
8 April 5th Tim Friese-Greene / Mark Hollis Talk Talk 5:52
9 It's Getting Late in the Evening Tim Friese-Greene / Mark Hollis Talk Talk 5:48
10 Desire Tim Friese-Greene / Mark Hollis Talk Talk 7:04
11 John Cope Tim Friese-Greene / Mark Hollis Talk Talk 4:41
12 I Believe in You Tim Friese-Greene / Mark Hollis Talk Talk 6:03

Credits

Simon Brenner - Composer
Phill Brown - Engineer
Rhett Davies - Producer
Tim Friese-Greene - Composer, Producer
Jerry Harris - Composer
Mark Hollis - Composer
Mike Robinson - Mixing
Sid Smith - Liner Notes
Talk Talk - Primary Artist
Paul Webb - Composer
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