03 | More songs about buildings and food

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Published May 15, 2020, 3:00 AM
Hear the real story behind how Talking Heads joined forces with acclaimed producer Brian Eno for their sophomore album, which produced their first mainstream hit single, Take Me To The River. Learn the origins of “The Typing Pool”, which song was inspired by an old doo-wop tune, how early English audiences mis-heard the lyrics from Warning Sign, and the unusual origins of Stay Hungry.

Tracklist:
  • Thank you for sending me an angel
  • With our love
  • The good thing
  • Warning sign
  • The girls want to be with the girls
  • Found a job
  • Artists only
  • I’m not in love
  • Stay Hungry
  • Take me to the river (Hero Track)
  • The big country

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