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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Talking Heads 01/25/84 Milwaukee, WI @ 320


01 Thank You For Sending Me An Angel
02 Burning Down The House
03 Making Flippy Floppy
04 Once In A Lifetime
05 Found A Job
06 Slippery People
07 What A Day That Was
08 Naive Melody
09 Life During Wartime
10 Big Business
11 Swamp
12 Psycho Killer
13 Crosseyed And Painless

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1 comment:

Simon said...

Thanks Tony for the show. I have been a curious fan of the Herads for many years and had a love/hate relationship with them. While there have been moments of complete madness and inspiration they then go and ruin their credibility by creating some radio friendly pop songs, "Little Creatures" being in my mind their low point. Thanks for sharing a show that shows what they were like at their peak. Much appreciated mate.