Talk Talk | Best of 81-91


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ARTIST | MUSIC | BEST OF

TALK TALK

1981 ~ 1991

TRACKLIST

16 ▸ Talk Talk - I Believe in You - 1988 •
13 ▸ Talk Talk - Living in Another World - 1986 •
12 ▸ Talk Talk - Life's What You Make It - 1986 •
09 ▸ Talk Talk - Dum Dum Girl [Take 1] - 1984 •
08 ▸ Talk Talk - Such a Shame - 1984 •
07 ▸ Talk Talk - It's My Life [UK Version] - 1984 •
06 ▸ Talk Talk - My Foolish Friend - 1983 •
03 ▸ Talk Talk - Today - 1982 •
02 ▸ Talk Talk - Talk Talk [Version 1] - 1982 •
Talk Talk - Happiness Is Easy [12" Mix Version] - 1986 •

ARTIST

Talk Talk

(Mark Hollis, Lee Harris, Paul Webb, Simon Brenner, Tim Friese-Greene)
[1981-1991], London, Greater London, United Kingdom

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· Biography
Talk Talk were an English musical group founded in 1981.
Talk Talk was part of the British new wave movement. They had a string of early hit singles including "Talk Talk" (1982), "It's My Life" (1984), or "Such a Shame" (1984).

Always uncomfortable with the requirements and pressure of the pop industry, Talk Talk moved away from synthpop toward more experimental music in the mid-1980s.
A few more singles, including "Life's What You Make It" and "Living in Another World", achieved success in Europe and in the UK, but their commercial appeal receded quickly as their critical reputation increased. Talk Talk broke up in 1991.
Singer Mark Hollis released one solo album before retiring from the music industry. Founding bass player and drummer Paul Webb and Lee Harris played in a couple of bands together; de facto fourth member Tim Friese-Greene continued in the business as a musician and producer.
Their final two albums, Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock, were highly acclaimed and remain influential to experimental alternative rock genres, especially post-rock. 25 years after the release of what The Guardian called their masterpiece (1988's Spirit of Eden), Talk Talk was still praised as a classic example of a band refusing to compromise its art to commercial pressure, and Hollis and his bandmates are one of the acts that came out of the synthpop movement of the 1980s whose music remains influential today.
Mark Hollis died on 25 February 2019.


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