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  1. Often cited as a weak album but to me, True Stories is Talking Heads at their absolute best. The film of the same title directed by David Byrne had originally the actors perform the songs and a separate soundtrack album was released to accompany it but the rest of the Talking Heads insisted that they record an album of them playing the songs/5(90).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of True Stories on Discogs. Label: Sire - 9 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • /5(19).
  3. Time hasn't been kind to Talking Heads' ancillary soundtrack to David Byrne's oddball directorial debut. Though it generated one of the band's biggest radio hits ("Wild Wild Life"), both the film and its songs were dismissed as self-consciously quirky retreads of other, better material; and it's well-known the quartet was beginning to splinter apart around the time of the sessions.
  4. Hey now, hey now Hey now, now Hey now, hey now Hey now, now I am the king of the world The boss of the boys and girls You can live till a and 10 If you listen to what I said Hey now, hey now Hey now, now Hey now, hey now Hey now, now Hey now, hey now Hey now, now Hey now, hey now Hey now, now.
  5. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records Love for Sale ( Remaster) · Talking Heads True Stories ℗ Sire Records Company Drums: .
  6. May 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Talking Heads - Hey Now (unreleased early demo) YouTube Wild Wild Life, David Byrne & St. Vincent, Meijer Gardens, July 7, - .
  7. Talking Heads was an American New Wave and avant-garde band formed in in New York City and active until The band comprised David Byrne (vocals and guitar), Chris Frantz (drums), Tina Weymouth (bass) and Jerry Harrison (keyboards and guitar). Auxiliary musicians also regularly made appearances in concert and on the group's albums.
  8. "Hey Now" has a decidely pop sound from Talking Heads. There is a nice jangling guitar riff that has a subtle reggae sound that breaks up the song in the middle. The songs takes a turn into zydeco territory towards the end which is fun. The chanting of the title by David Byrne and back-up singers throughout much of the song is less appealing.3/5(1).

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