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Talking Heads: Fear of MusicFear of Music (1979)
Reviewer Rating: 5
Contributed by: JeloneJelone
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As a producer, Brian Eno is probably best known for the “Berlin trilogy” of albums he recorded with David Bowie. Equally deserving praise is another trilogy, this time with post-punk heroes Talking Heads. With More Songs About Buildings and Food, Fear of Music and Remain in Light, the Heads found critical and commercial acclaim, rightfully so. The strongest of the three is arguably Fear of Music, a record which takes the band’s nervous post-punk energy and applies it more specifically to disco, or whatever constitutes Eno’s version of disco.
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