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A must-own for fans of Talking Heads

Although not quite as good as Jerry Harrison's debut solo album The Red & The Black, Casual Gods is still a worthy follow-up. My favorite songs are "Man With a Gun," "A Perfect Lie," and "Bobby." Thank god iTunes has finally made Harrison's out-of-print albums available.

Thank you Itunes!

I had this album in the 80's and played it to death. "Man With a Gun" and "Rev It Up" are exceptional.

Heads Harrison-style w/Spedding Guitar!

Heads fans will love Harrison's solo effort. Saw this line-up play a small dive (Saratoga Winners) just outside of Albany twenty plus years ago. Harrison plus Worrell plus some divinely funky backup singers had the place hopping. But the highlight was Spedding snapping out of a catatonic state in the final minutes of 'Perfect Lie' as the song reaches it's electronica-driven, dance-beat peak and shattering the place with a searing solo - the essence is captured on this album. Worth getting the whole disc.


Born: February 21, 1949 in Milwaukee, WI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Though he's hardly a cult persona, Jerry Harrison has failed to be recognized as a crucial figure in the history of punk rock, a portion of the music which influenced it, and the styles which had grown out of punk more than 15 years later. Best known as the keyboard player and occasional guitarist of Talking Heads during the 1980s, Harrison had begun his career ten years before, playing with Jonathan Richman's seminal Modern Lovers during the early '70s. He recorded several solo albums while on occasional...
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