Talking Heads -Stop Making Sense Deluxe Edition Clear Vinyl 2LP

Talking Heads -Stop Making Sense Deluxe Edition Clear Vinyl 2LP

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Expected release 26/07/24


A1 Psycho Killer

A2 Heaven

A3 Thank You For Sending Me An Angel

A4 Found A Job

A5 Slippery People

A6 Cities


B1 Burning Down The House

B2 Life During Wartime

B3 Making Flippy Floppy

B4 Swamp


C1 What A Day That Was

C2 This Must Be The Place (Naïve Melody)

C3 Once In A Lifetime

C4 Big Business / I Zimbra


D1 Genius Of Love

D2 Girlfriend Is Better

D3 Take Me To The River

D4 Crosseyed And Painless

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the celebrated Talking Heads and Jonathan Demme’s concert film Stop Making Sense, the set will be re-released as a Clear 2LP  set this summer.

When it arrived in September 1984, Stop Making Sense was an artistic and commercial triumph. The film had people dancing in theatre aisles, and the soundtrack sold over two million copies. Just last year, the Library of Congress added Stop Making Sense to the National Film Registry in recognition of its cultural, historical, and aesthetic significance. The inspiration for Stop Making Sense came when director Jonathan Demme saw Talking Heads perform during the band’s 1983 tour for Speaking in Tongues. Afterward, he approached them with the idea of making the show into a concert film. They agreed and worked together over the next few months to finalize the details. Ultimately, Demme filmed three shows at Hollywood’s Pantages Theater in December 1983 to create Stop Making Sense.