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Which is released on 2013-06-18 from record company Republic.
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Talk Talk - Natural Order 1982 - 1991 - Source: Uncut.co.uk Talk Talk have enjoyed a fractious relationship with the compilation album.
Talk Talk - Natural Order - Source: BBC Music Buried deep in the glitzy narratives of 1980s pop lies the gentler, stranger story of Talk Talk. Led by Mark Hollis, the group began the decade as a synth-pop stadium prospect.
Talk Talk "“ Missing Pieces - Source: Swan Fungus Essentially for the most loyal Talk Talk fan only, Missing Pieces compiles the three singles released off the band's final LP, the boundlessly experimental and beautiful Laughing Stock.
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Talk Talk are commonly known for their early synthpop/new wave singles, but are also considered forerunners in the post-rock genre for their later experimental albums. Although they were identified with bands such as Duran Duran during the New Wave movement, Talk Talk had a progressive depth their contemporaries lacked. After keyboardist Simon Brenner was replaced with producer and unofficial member Tim Friese-Greene, each successive Talk Talk release became more sophisticated and original. The band formed in London, England in 1981. Talk Talk began as a quartet consisting of Mark Hollis (vocals), Simon Brenner (keyboards), Lee Harris (drums) and Paul Webb (bass). They were generally associated with the New Wave movement; more specifically, in their early years, they were often compared with Duran Duran, as both bands not only featured a double-barreled name and a Roxy Music-inspired musical direction, but also a record label (EMI) and producer (Colin Thurston). Talk Talk’s first line-up released a self-titled debut EP in 1982 which was quickly expanded into a full-length album entitled The Party’s Over. The band charted in the UK Top 40 with the singles “Talk Talk” and “Today”, both produced by Thurston (who had also produced hits for Duran Duran and Howard Jones). Brenner left after the 1983 non-LP single “My Foolish Friend”, which was produced by frequent Roxy Music collaborator Rhett Davies. At this point, the band added unofficial fourth member Tim Friese-Greene, who became Talk Talk’s keyboard player, producer, and Hollis’ frequent writing partner. Learn more about Talk Talk