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9 thoughts on “ Taphead - Talk Talk - Laughing Stock (CD, Album) ”

  1. A work of staggering complexity and immense beauty, Laughing Stock remains an under-recognized masterpiece, and its echoes can be heard throughout much of the finest experimental music issued in its wake.
  2. Oct 08,  · The fifth Talk Talk album, released in September CD pressing variation: Most pressings of this album on CD have tracks 3 & 4 overlapping for about 30 seconds. The US Polydor version has no overlap, offering the full versions of both songs. "New Grass" is about 6 seconds shorter on the US CD though/5(K).
  3. Audacious and forward-looking, Talk Talk’s final album, ‘Laughing Stock’, remains one of the most stunning creations in all of music.
  4. A work of staggering complexity and immense beauty, Laughing Stock remains an under-recognized masterpiece, and its echoes can be heard throughout much of the finest experimental music issued in its sipickreernerblistiqatneramsobanserv.coinfo: $
  5. May 29,  · I've never had Laughing Stock on vinyl, only on CD, but a friend ripped the vinyl for me years ago, just so, for completeness, I could hear the un-crossfaded "Flood" / "Taphead". I can't lay my hands on it right at the moment, but from memory all you heard was a clean a fade out on "After The Flood" and a clean intro on "Taphead" - just as you've described from the cassette.
  6. Laughing Stock is the fifth and final studio album by British band Talk Talk, released in Following their previous release Spirit of Eden (), bassist Paul Webb left the group, which reduced Talk Talk to the duo of singer/multi-instrumentalist Mark Hollis and drummer Lee sipickreernerblistiqatneramsobanserv.coinfo Talk then acrimoniously left EMI and signed to the jazz-based Verve Records, and recorded Laughing Stock.
  7. 1 contributor Laughing Stock is British rock band, Talk Talk’s fifth and final album and continues with the post-rock musical style that was seen in the LP’s precursor, Spirit of Eden. Laughing.
  8. Talk Talk "Taphead": When do you know, you know, you know, you know? Do you die in sin, born again? Search "Taphead" lyrics. Talk Talk Lyrics "Taphead" When do you know, you know, you know, you know? Do you die in sin, born again? With will to wind and wander Climb through needle neck to consent album: "Laughing Stock" () Myrrhman.

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