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Album Review

The Very Best of Talk Talk is the most comprehensive retrospective assembled on the synth group to date, following the band from its new wave origins to its latter-day atmospheric new age recordings. Although the compilation features nothing from 1991's Laughing Stock and all of the songs from 1988's Spirit of Eden are presented in edited versions, the disc remains a good overview of the band's evolution and features all of their big hits, including "Talk Talk" and "Today."

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"It's My Life"- BEST music video EVER!!! ( :

It's my life- don't you forget! I remember seeing this video for the first time back in the '90's on Vh1's The Big '80's tv program! I was in my teens then and thought wow- this is the best music video I've EVER seen! ( : It was just realy neat/ interesting to me ( : It's probbly because I realy love and adore animals and feel that they are not treated the same way we are, even though we too are animals ) :

Biography

Formed: 1981 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

With the exception of a handful of common threads — chief among them the plaintive vocals and haunting lyrics of frontman Mark Hollis — there is little to suggest that the five studio LPs that make up the Talk Talk oeuvre are indeed the work of the same band throughout. After beginning their career with records virtually epitomizing the new wave era that spawned them, the British group never looked back, making significant strides with each successive album on its way to discovering a...
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