Party's Over CD, Extra tracks, Original recording remastered, Import
48時間以内に通常我々発送。典型的には、ご注文は、4～8営業日以内に配信されます。 ご注文は、弊社にとって非常に重要です。 Format: Music CD, EMI Records. Rock music CD release from Talk Talk with the album The Party's Over. Released on the label EMI Records. Popular music CD. This hard to find pre-owned music CD is fully guaranteed.
Few could've predicted the flowery, experimental path that UK art-pop ensemble Talk Talk (and later, a solo singing Mark Hollis) would take in its long, colorful career. Songs would lengthen, keyboard-plush arrangements would thicken like trellised ivy, and the group's initial hit-single schematics--so evident on this nicely textured debut album, in definitive cuts like "Talk Talk"--would get lost in the orchestral shuffle. Which is not to say that this nugget from '82 isn't crucial listening. Hollis has one of those inimitable, almost otherworldly voices that sound great in any musical framework. Even in this only slightly cerebral setting. --Tom Lanham
解散までの'81〜'91活動中、作詞作曲編集などをほぼ手がけるボーカル Mark Hollis 。後期へと向けて静かな美の独創へと走り出す彼らからは想像できない感がある初期中の初期アルバム。ロ、ロマンだ。そんな目と耳で楽しめることができます。
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It's My Life
The Colour of Spring
Spirit of Eden
Natural History: The Very Best of Talk Talk
The Very Best of Talk Talk
1. The material on this album makes more sense now than it did when it first came out. If anyone understands this, I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
2. The songs 'Today' and 'Have You Heard The News?' have particular emotional meaning for me.
3. Mark Hollis has a voice that should NEVER even think about retiring. Yes, I understand he's been busy with his kids for the past 20 years or so, and I can respect that, but man the guy's voice is spectacular and his fans would LOVE to hear it again in the present day, he should know that...
4. Lee Harris - A talent, a dream, a wonder. I thank him so much for what he's done.
5. These songs are wondrous, magical... the songs that started it all. I have become a fan, so many years later; who knew something so wonderful could come into my life at this time, but this stuff just makes sense... I feel it, I sing it, I understand it, I get it.
Even the music samples indicates for those who remember the original number of tracks that were present, that in fact, no additional tracks are included whatsoever, whatever happened to truth in advertising?
The beauty of Talk Talk however must be seen through the progression of their music in its entirety. Upon initial listening, this disc could defiantly be dismissed as a typical exercise in 80s synth-pop.
However, as time would have it, Talk Talk progressed as a band. With the ultimate departure from conventional pop wisdom that reared its welcome head during the group's last days, this presentation deserves a fresh look.
The truth is that the critics of this album missed something the first time. Upon second glance, this disc proves not only that Mark Hollis had an ultimate vision, but also that he charted it from the beginning.
Four fifths of this album is wonderfully indulgent. The other fifth is psychic...a demonstration of what was to come. Many believe that "Its My Life" was the first to showcase the future Talk Talk...this is inaccurate. This exercise showcases many elements that would be later found on subsequent releases.
While listening to this effort, one wonders if the group had their future vision with them all along...but was afraid to unleash their talent too early for fear of losing the opportunity to express the true "Nature" of their being.