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Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense FLAC album

Tracklist

Psycho Killer 4:20
Swamp 3:50
Slippery People 3:35
Burning Down The House 4:10
Girlfriend Is Better 3:32
Once In A Lifetime 4:34
What A Day That Was 5:08
Life During Wartime 4:52
Take Me To The River 5:36

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1-25186, 9 25186-1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Spe) Sire, Sire 1-25186, 9 25186-1 US 1984
2402431 Talking Heads Deja De Hacer Las Cosas Bien ‎(LP, Album) EMI 2402431 Argentina 1984
266-2402434 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense = Dejad De Ser Razonables ‎(Cass, Album) EMI 266-2402434 Spain 1984
066-2402431, 066 24 0243 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense = Dejad De Ser Razonables ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI 066-2402431, 066 24 0243 1 Spain 1984
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 UK 1984
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) Sire 9 25186-2 US 1984
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 Europe 1984
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 Europe 1984
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 Europe 1984
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) Sire 9 25186-2 US 1984
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 Europe 1984
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 UK & Europe 1984
7 46064 2, 746064-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI 7 46064 2, 746064-2 Australia 1984
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Club, RE) Sire 9 25186-2 US 1984
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Jap) Sire 9 25186-2 US 1984
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Tar) Sire 9 25186-2 UK, Europe & US 1984
64 2402434 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass) EMI 64 2402434 Italy 1984
31C 264 240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) EMI 31C 264 240243 Brazil 1984
EJ 24 0243 4, EJ 2402434, TAH-TC 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) EMI, EMI, EMI EJ 24 0243 4, EJ 2402434, TAH-TC 1 UK 1984
EJ 240243-4 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) Portrait EJ 240243-4 Israel 1984
264 24 0243 4, 1C 264 24 0243 4 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) EMI, EMI 264 24 0243 4, 1C 264 24 0243 4 Europe 1984
54 2402434 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) EMI 54 2402434 Italy 1984
TC-EJ 2402434, E-0109-9 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) EMI, EMI TC-EJ 2402434, E-0109-9 Indonesia 1984
238-7460644 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) EMI 238-7460644 Europe 1984
L4 EMCJ (N) 5338 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) EMI, EMI L4 EMCJ (N) 5338 South Africa 1984
264 24 0243 4, 1C 264 24 0243 4 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album) EMI, EMI 264 24 0243 4, 1C 264 24 0243 4 Indonesia 1984
W4-25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Club) Sire W4-25186 Canada 1984
W4 25186, 4-25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Club, Dol) Sire, Sire W4 25186, 4-25186 US 1984
W4 25186, 4-25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Club, Dol) Sire, Sire W4 25186, 4-25186 US 1984
9 25186-4 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Club, RCA) Sire 9 25186-4 US 1984
9 25186-4, 4-25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Club, RCA) Sire, Sire 9 25186-4, 4-25186 US 1984
2402434 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) EMI 2402434 France 1984
262 2402434 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) EMI 262 2402434 Greece 1984
92 51864, 92-51864 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Sire, Sire 92 51864, 92-51864 Canada 1984
92 51864, 92-51864 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Sire, Sire 92 51864, 92-51864 Canada 1984
2402434 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) EMI 2402434 France 1984
4-25121 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd) Sire 4-25121 US 1984
TAH-TC 1, EJ 24 0243 4, EJ 2402434 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Red) EMI, EMI, EMI TAH-TC 1, EJ 24 0243 4, EJ 2402434 UK 1984
9 25186-4, 4-25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, SR,) Sire, Sire 9 25186-4, 4-25186 US 1984
TC-EMC-240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, XDR) EMI TC-EMC-240243 Australia 1984
TC FA 3302, TC-FA 3302 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, cle) Fame, EMI TC FA 3302, TC-FA 3302 UK 1984
064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI 064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Europe 1984
LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Jugoton, EMI LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Yugoslavia 1984
EMC.240243, EMC-240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI EMC.240243, EMC-240243 Australia 1984
064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1, 24 0243 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI, EMI 064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1, 24 0243 1 Europe 1984
2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Pathé Marconi EMI 2402431 France 1984
EJ. 24024 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI EJ. 24024 India 1984
9 25186-1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Sire 9 25186-1 US 1984
64 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI 64 2402431 Italy 1984
EJ 240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Portrait EJ 240243 Israel 1984
EMC 235 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI EMC 235 New Zealand 1984
SLEM-1247 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI SLEM-1247 Mexico 1984
LP-EJ-2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI LP-EJ-2402431 Philippines 1984
TAH 1, EJ 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI TAH 1, EJ 2402431 UK 1984
EJ 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI EJ 2402431 Ireland 1984
1C 064-24 0243 1, 064 24 0243 1, 24 0243 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI, EMI 1C 064-24 0243 1, 064 24 0243 1, 24 0243 1 Europe 1984
1-25121 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Sire 1-25121 US 1984
EMS-91096 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI EMS-91096 Japan 1984
92 51861 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Sire 92 51861 Canada 1984
EJ 24 0243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records EJ 24 0243 Israel 1984
64 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI 64 2402431 Italy 1984
EMCJ(L) 5338, EMCJ (L) 5338 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI EMCJ(L) 5338, EMCJ (L) 5338 South Africa 1984
2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI 2402431 Portugal 1984
92 51861 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Sire 92 51861 Canada 1984
062-2402431, 062 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI 062-2402431, 062 2402431 Greece 1984
9 W1-25186, 1-25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Club) Sire, Sire 9 W1-25186, 1-25186 US 1984
W1 25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Club) Sire W1 25186 Canada 1984
9 25186-1, R 124560 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Club) Sire, RCA Music Service 9 25186-1, R 124560 US 1984
9 25121-1E, 1-25121 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Sire, Sire 9 25121-1E, 1-25121 US 1984
92 51211 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Sire 92 51211 Canada 1984
EMS-91096 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Promo) EMI EMS-91096 Japan 1984
066 24 0243 1, 066-2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Promo) EMI, EMI 066 24 0243 1, 066-2402431 Spain 1984
1-25186, 9 25186-1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Tra) Sire, Sire 1-25186, 9 25186-1 US 1984
2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, TP) Pathé Marconi EMI 2402431 France 1984
EJ 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl) EMI EJ 2402431 UK 1984
CP35-5015 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CP35-5015 Japan 1985
31C 064 240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI 31C 064 240243 Brazil 1985
038-7 46064 1, 038 7 46064 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, RE) EMI, EMI Electrola 038-7 46064 1, 038 7 46064 1 Europe 1988
370 746064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI 370 746064 2 Brazil 1989
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RP, SRC) Sire 9 25186-2 US 1991
7243 8 351 13 2 6 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI 7243 8 351 13 2 6 Netherlands 1995
TOCP-3248 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI TOCP-3248 US 1996
5224532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense - Special New Edition ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, RM) EMI, EMI 5224532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Australasia 1999
2-47489-AB Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RE, RM, S/Edition) Sire 2-47489-AB US 1999
STOP 15 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RM) EMI STOP 15 UK 1999
522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RM, Spe) EMI, EMI 522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 UK & Europe 1999
522 453 2, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RM, Spe) EMI, EMI 522 453 2, 7243 5 22453 2 1 UK & Europe 1999
9 47489-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, RM, S/Edition) Sire 9 47489-2 US 1999
522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, RM, S/Edition, Spe) EMI, EMI 522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Europe 1999
522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, RM, S/Edition, Spe) EMI, EMI 522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Europe 1999
7243 4 99471 1 5 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) EMI 7243 4 99471 1 5 UK 1999
CDW 47489 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense: Special New Edition ‎(CD, Album, RM) Sire CDW 47489 Canada 1999
7243 5 22453 2 1, 522 4532, 5 22453 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, S/Edition) EMI, EMI, EMI 7243 5 22453 2 1, 522 4532, 5 22453 2 Europe 2000
7243 5 22453 2 1, 522 4532 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, RM, Spe) EMI, EMI 7243 5 22453 2 1, 522 4532 UK & Europe 2000
TOCP-65407 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense: Special New Edition ‎(CD, Album, RM, S/Edition) EMI TOCP-65407 Japan 2000
TOCP-53887 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI Music Japan Inc TOCP-53887 Japan 2006
5224532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense - Special New Edition ‎(CD, Album, Sli) EMI, EMI 5224532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Benelux 2010
WPCR-28605 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense: Special New Edition ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, S/Edition) Parlophone WPCR-28605 Japan 2015
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 UK & Europe Unknown
CD 25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) Sire CD 25186 Canada Unknown
7460642 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI 7460642 UK Unknown
CDEMCJ (WF) 5338 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album) EMI CDEMCJ (WF) 5338 South Africa Unknown
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, ARC) Sire 9 25186-2 US Unknown
W2-25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Club) Sire W2-25186 US Unknown
CD 25186, W2 25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Club) Sire, Columbia House CD 25186, W2 25186 Canada Unknown
W2-25186 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Club) Sire W2-25186 US Unknown
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, Club, RE) Sire 9 25186-2 US Unknown
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, PDO) Sire 9 25186-2 US Unknown
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 UK & Europe Unknown
0777 46064 2 4, 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI, EMI 0777 46064 2 4, 7 46064 2 Europe Unknown
370 746064 2, M 746064 2, 746064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI, EMI, EMI 370 746064 2, M 746064 2, 746064 2 Brazil Unknown
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 Europe Unknown
CDP 7 46064 2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) EMI CDP 7 46064 2 Europe Unknown
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sire 9 25186-2 US Unknown
7243 5 22453 2 1, 522 4532 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP, S/Edition) EMI, EMI 7243 5 22453 2 1, 522 4532 UK & Europe Unknown
522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, S/Edition) Parlophone, Parlophone 522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Europe Unknown
9 25186-2 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(CD, Album, emp) Sire 9 25186-2 US Unknown
AS 2764 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) AS AS 2764 Unknown
T 6109 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Team Records T 6109 Indonesia Unknown
868 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Takt Music 868 Poland Unknown
MM 0954, MM-0954 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) MAG MAGIC, MAG MAGIC MM 0954, MM-0954 Poland Unknown
Bb-7042 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial, Dol) Bajo Bongo Bb-7042 Poland Unknown
522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, RM, S/Edition) EMI, EMI 522 4532, 7243 5 22453 2 1 Europe Unknown
7243 5 22453 2 1, 5224532 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, RM, Spe) EMI, EMI 7243 5 22453 2 1, 5224532 Australasia Unknown
none Talking Heads Stop Making Sense: Special New Edition ‎(CD, Album, S/Edition, Unofficial) Not On Label (Talking Heads) none Russia Unknown

Tracklist

A1 Psycho Killer
A2 Swamp (Extended Version)
A3 Slippery People (Different Mix)
A4 Burning Down The House
A5 Girlfriend Is Better (Extended Version)
B1 Once In A Lifetime (Extended Version)
B2 What A Day That Was (Extended Version)
B3 Life During Wartime (Extended Version)
B4 Take Me To The River

Credits

  • Mixed By – E.T. Thorngren*
  • Mixed By [With] – Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison
  • Producer – Talking Heads

Notes

Includes a 20-page booklet featuring photos and drawings by David Byrne from stage production storyboards.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1-25186, 9 25186-1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Spe) Sire, Sire 1-25186, 9 25186-1 US 1984
064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI 064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Europe 1984
LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Jugoton, EMI LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Yugoslavia 1984
AS 2764 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) AS AS 2764 Unknown
TC-EMC-240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, XDR) EMI TC-EMC-240243 Australia 1984

Tracklist

A1 Psychokiller
A2 Swamp
A3 Slippery People
A4 Burning Down The House
A5 Girlfriend Is Better
B1 Once In A Lifetime
B2 What A Day That Was
B3 Life During Wartime
B4 Take Me To The River

Notes

Made In France

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1-25186, 9 25186-1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Spe) Sire, Sire 1-25186, 9 25186-1 US 1984
064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI 064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Europe 1984
LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Jugoton, EMI LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Yugoslavia 1984
AS 2764 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) AS AS 2764 Unknown
TC-EMC-240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, XDR) EMI TC-EMC-240243 Australia 1984

Tracklist

A1 Psycho Killer 4:20
A2 Swamp 3:50
A3 Slippery People 3:35
A4 Burning Down The House 4:10
A5 Girlfriend Is Better 3:32
B1 Once In A Lifetime 4:34
B2 What A Day That Was 5:08
B3 Life During Wartime 4:52
B4 Take Me To The River 5:36

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Record Plant Mobile Studio
  • Recorded At – Pantages Theater
  • Recorded At – Can-Am Recorders
  • Recorded At – Right Track Recording
  • Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
  • Mixed At – Soundworks, New York
  • Mixed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Copyright (c) – Talking Heads Films

Credits

  • Backing Vocals – Ednah Holt, Lynn Mabry
  • Bass – Tina Weymouth
  • Design [Package Designed And Written By] – David Byrne
  • Design [Package Designed And Written With] – Jeff Ayeroff*, Michael Hodgson
  • Drums – Chris Frantz
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer At Sigma Sound] – Glenn Rosenstein, Linda Randazzo, Nick Del Re*
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer At Soundworks] – Robin Laine
  • Engineer [Re-recording] – Joel Moss, Mark Wolfson
  • Guitar – Alex Weir, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison
  • Keyboards – Bernie Worrell, Jerry Harrison
  • Mastered By [Originally] – Jack Skinner, Ted Jensen
  • Mixed By – E.T. Thorngren*
  • Mixed By [Mixed With] – Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison
  • Percussion – Steve Scales
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Adelle Lutz
  • Photography By [Other Photos] – Dave Friedman , Hugh Brown
  • Vocals – Alex Weir, Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1-25186, 9 25186-1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Spe) Sire, Sire 1-25186, 9 25186-1 US 1984
064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI 064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Europe 1984
LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Jugoton, EMI LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Yugoslavia 1984
AS 2764 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) AS AS 2764 Unknown
TC-EMC-240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, XDR) EMI TC-EMC-240243 Australia 1984

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Talking Heads Psycho Killer
Written-By – Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Tina Weymouth
4:25
2 Talking Heads Heaven
Written-By – David Byrne, Jerry Harrison
3:41
3 Talking Heads Thank You For Sending Me An Angel
Written-By – David Byrne
2:10
4 Talking Heads Found A Job
Written-By – David Byrne
3:15
5 Talking Heads Slippery People
Written-By – Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
4:01
6 Talking Heads Burning Down The House
Written-By – Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
4:06
7 Talking Heads Life During Wartime
Written-By – David Byrne
5:51
8 Talking Heads Making Flippy Floppy
Written-By – Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
4:40
9 Talking Heads Swamp
Written-By – Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
4:30
10 Talking Heads What A Day That Was
Written-By – David Byrne
6:01
11 Talking Heads This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)
Written-By – Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
4:57
12 Talking Heads Once In A Lifetime
Written-By – Brian Eno, Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
5:25
13 Tom Tom Club Genius Of Love
Written-By – Adrian Belew, Chris Frantz, Steven Stanley, Tina Weymouth
4:31
14 Talking Heads Girlfriend Is Better
Written-By – Chris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
5:06
15 Talking Heads Take Me To The River
Written-By – Al Green, M. Hodges*
5:33
16 Talking Heads Crosseyed And Painless
Written-By – Brian Eno, David Byrne, Talking Heads
6:11

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Talking Heads Tours Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Talking Heads Films
  • Copyright (c) – Talking Heads Tours Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Talking Heads Films
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Licensed To – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Index Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc.
  • Published By – E.G. Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Universal - Polygram International Publishing, Inc.
  • Published By – Al Green Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Irving Music, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Record Plant Mobile Studio
  • Recorded At – Pantages Theater
  • Recorded At – Can-Am Recorders
  • Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
  • Recorded At – Right Track Recording
  • Mixed At – Soundworks, New York
  • Mixed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mixed At – Westlake Audio
  • Mastered At – Gateway Mastering

Credits

  • Backing Vocals – Ednah Holt, Lynn Mabry
  • Bass, Vocals – Tina Weymouth
  • Design [Package Design For Special New Edition By] – FDT Design
  • Design [Package Designed And Written By, With] – Jeff Ayeroff*, Michael Hodgson
  • Design [Package Designed And Written By] – David Byrne
  • Drums, Vocals – Chris Frantz
  • Engineer [Assistant, Sigma Sound] – Glenn Rosenstein, Linda Randazzo, Nick Del Re*
  • Engineer [Assistant, Soundworks] – Robin Laine
  • Engineer [Live Recording Engineer] – Allen Chinowsky*
  • Engineer [Re-recording] – Joel Moss, Mark Wolfson
  • Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Jerry Harrison
  • Guitar, Vocals – Alex Weir
  • Keyboards – Bernie Worrell
  • Mastered By – Bob Ludwig, Brian K. Lee*
  • Mixed By [Original Tracks, Additional Tracks] – E.T. Thorngren*
  • Mixed By [Original Tracks, With] – Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison
  • Percussion – Steve Scales
  • Photography By [Cover And Inside Inlay Photos] – Adelle Lutz
  • Photography By [Other Photos] – David Friedman*, Hugh Brown
  • Producer – Talking Heads
  • Vocals, Guitar – David Byrne

Notes

Printed in the EU.
Made in EU.

Re-release of the original 1984 LP with addition of all those songs from the film "Stop Making Sense" that were not previously included on the LP.

Recorded at The Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, December 1983 by The Record Plant Mobile. Re-recording for film at Can Am and Ocean Way, Los Angeles and Right Track, New York.
Original tracks mixed at Soundworks and Sigma Sound, New York. Additional tracks mixed at Westlake Audio, Los Angeles. Mastered at Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME.
All songs digitally remastered.

℗1999 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Talking Heads Tours Inc. and Talking Heads Films under exclusive license to EMI Records Ltd. © 1999 Talking Heads Tours Inc. and Talking Heads Films. © 1999 EMI Records Ltd.

Publishers:
Track 1 : 1977 Index Music, Inc./Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. ASCAP Adm. by WB Music Corp.
Tracks 2 & 7: 1979 Index Music, Inc./Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. ASCAP
Tracks 3 & 4 : 1978 Index Music, Inc./Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. ASCAP
Tracks 5, 6, 8, 9, 11 & 14: 1983 Index Music, Inc./Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. ASCAP
Track 10 : 1981 Index Music, Inc./Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. ASCAP
Track 12 : 1983 Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc/Index Music, Inc. Adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP/E.G. Music Ltd. BMI
Track 13 : 1981 Universal-PolyGram International Publ., Inc. ASCAP
Track 15 : Al Green Music, Inc./Irving Music, Inc. BMI
Track 16 : Index Music/Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc. ASCAP/E.G. Music Ltd. BMI

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 24352 24532 1
  • Barcode (String): 724352245321
  • Other (UK Catalog representation on rear inlay): UK: 522 4532
  • Other (French Distribution Code): F: PM520
  • Label Code: LC 0542
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM S.I.A.E.
  • Matrix / Runout: EMI 5224532 IFPI LV03
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV03
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2524

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1-25186, 9 25186-1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album, Spe) Sire, Sire 1-25186, 9 25186-1 US 1984
064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI 064 24 0243 1, 1C 064-24 0243 1 Europe 1984
LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(LP, Album) Jugoton, EMI LSEMI 11080, EJ 2402431 Yugoslavia 1984
AS 2764 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) AS AS 2764 Unknown
TC-EMC-240243 Talking Heads Stop Making Sense ‎(Cass, Album, XDR) EMI TC-EMC-240243 Australia 1984


Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense FLAC album

Musician performer: Talking Heads

Title: Stop Making Sense

Country: US

Date of release: 1984

Style: Funk, Indie Rock, New Wave

Genre: Rock / Funk & Soul

Size FLAC: 1320 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 743

Other Formats: RA FLAC VOX AUD MIDI ASF TTA

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Shem
If this one is translucent vinyl, then the photos on it are wrong.
Shem
If this one is translucent vinyl, then the photos on it are wrong.
Tuliancel
On my runout EJ 2402431T B - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 D
Tuliancel
On my runout EJ 2402431T B - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 D
Sudert
why is this new edition only avaliable in CD and not in LP ?
Sudert
why is this new edition only avaliable in CD and not in LP ?
BroWelm
I prefer the original soundtrack version of "Psycho Killer" so you still need to own both CDs.
BroWelm
I prefer the original soundtrack version of "Psycho Killer" so you still need to own both CDs.
Ylonean
This should be reissued in its full glory on 2 LPs like Johnny Cash's "At Folsom Prison" and Cheap Trick's "At Budokan" recently were. It's unfortunate that you can only listen to the whole thing in a digital format
Ylonean
This should be reissued in its full glory on 2 LPs like Johnny Cash's "At Folsom Prison" and Cheap Trick's "At Budokan" recently were. It's unfortunate that you can only listen to the whole thing in a digital format
Felolune
musicman4 This should be reissued in its full glory on 2 LPs I completely agree.
Felolune
musicman4 This should be reissued in its full glory on 2 LPs I completely agree.
Malann
Such a shame as it ever was with those record companies ain't it?
Malann
Such a shame as it ever was with those record companies ain't it?
EXIBUZYW
My copy is from Parlophone and has Matrix / Runout: 55960141/0724352245321 21, Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB 46, and Mould SID Code: IFPI 0721.
EXIBUZYW
My copy is from Parlophone and has Matrix / Runout: 55960141/0724352245321 21, Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB 46, and Mould SID Code: IFPI 0721.
Erthai
A really nice sounding release. Just a shame that it's only half the concert.
Erthai
A really nice sounding release. Just a shame that it's only half the concert.
Fohuginn
Naturally being the unluckiest record collector in the world I'm 2 for 2 when it comes to finding 2 mint sleeved copies in a row of this record containing two perfectly rippled records. My RP3 stylus jumps like a fresh salmon. Thanks discog sellers.. Thanks..
Fohuginn
Naturally being the unluckiest record collector in the world I'm 2 for 2 when it comes to finding 2 mint sleeved copies in a row of this record containing two perfectly rippled records. My RP3 stylus jumps like a fresh salmon. Thanks discog sellers.. Thanks..
Yar
I feel for you but had to laugh at the description. If you had a Well-Tempered tonearm there's a good chance that this wouldn't happen (and the rest of your record collection would sound better to boot...). Maybes cheaper to find another copy tho',
Yar
I feel for you but had to laugh at the description. If you had a Well-Tempered tonearm there's a good chance that this wouldn't happen (and the rest of your record collection would sound better to boot...). Maybes cheaper to find another copy tho',
Mala
Anyone hear of a mispress of this LP? I picked up a used copy (Sire 9 25186-1) and it has the correct labels for side 1 and 2 but it has the side 2 tracks on both sides. The matrix #'s are for the B side on both sides of the LP. Can't seem to find any info online about a pressing error.
Mala
Anyone hear of a mispress of this LP? I picked up a used copy (Sire 9 25186-1) and it has the correct labels for side 1 and 2 but it has the side 2 tracks on both sides. The matrix #'s are for the B side on both sides of the LP. Can't seem to find any info online about a pressing error.
SkroN
An album that makes more sense having on this CD than vinyl.
SkroN
An album that makes more sense having on this CD than vinyl.
Debeme
The printed times are for the actual length of the song--not the song plus crowd cheering, banter, etc.
Debeme
The printed times are for the actual length of the song--not the song plus crowd cheering, banter, etc.
LadyShlak
my copy also has an EMI-sticker, is that common with other copies?
LadyShlak
my copy also has an EMI-sticker, is that common with other copies?
Dalallador
“Stop Making Sense” ... Is this a soundtrack? Is this a recording of a live concert? Or is this a movie? The Talking Heads, and more pointedly David Byrne, blurred the lines for all three of those questions when the movie, the soundtrack, or the movie of the concert hit the silver screens across America.First, from the get go, I will say that this is one of the most thought out and artist concerts I have ever had the opportunity to witness. Second, the concert is scored like a movie, with an introduction of the characters, their roles, and finally their development as the story unfolds. And yes, there is a story unfolding here.Having made that statement, I could turn it all around and say that “Stop Making Sense” is a movie about a concert, one that never actually took place in the flesh of a concert hall, but rather, was developed, scripted, blocked, structured, and played out to the camera, as brilliantly as any first rate movie would have been done.The movie opens [or the concert begins] with David Byrne walking onto a bare stage with an acoustic guitar and a boom box for backup, and in the image of some modern day James Dean, plays the song “Psycho Killer.” Then, one by one, the other members of the band come in almost off handily, each separately building on the next song, until there is a full fledged band, The Talking Heads, right there, strolling through their songs. At times there is a concert feel to the performance, at other times there is the feeling that it’s all happening right there in your living room, and at others, The Talking Heads are taking you on a journey via flashing lights and changing backgrounds that is reminiscent of a subway ride. Whatever the case, it’s an astounding journey ... one well worth the fare.While much seems to be lost when groups attempt to capture the effects, events, attitude and feel of a live performance, The Talking Heads have actually improved on the music they are playing live ... and that is a feat well worth experiencing. How can I make such a statement? Easy, for me, when I feel the need to hear any of the music by The Talking Heads, this is usually the disc I reach for. The production is nothing short of amazing, clear, clean, strong and relentless in all aspects and nuances.There are dozens of statements made within the confines of this movie / concert, there are an equal amount of questions asked as well ... but I don’t feel that I’d be giving you the opportunity of really enjoying this show if I were to address all of those here. I will address one aspect simply because its effect cut a deep groove into the fashion of the day, and that was the very “Big Suit” David Byrne wore during the second part of the performance.The concept of “The Big Suit” was missed by nearly everyone, Soon those hip enough to have scene the movie and dug the music were wearing oversized cloths, these clothes became a statement of a musical genre, and soon crossed over into mainstream fashion, but the truth of the matter is that David wore “The Big Suit” because he was making a “Big Statement,” ... and what better way to suggest or emphasize a big statement then to present a larger then life character, though with his animated gestures and the size of his head compared to the size of the suit, suggested a dancing turtle. “The Big Suit” did several things ... it insulated David from the world and his music, it suggested that there was more then met the eye, it hinted that we are all very small inside, and also that we could each be as big and strong as we would allow ourselves to be.The performance was musically rounded out by some great backup singers, who seemed to be totally enjoying themselves and a couple of added musicians who brought a fresh edge to the sound. Because this was a movie, great care was taken regarding the sound and production quality of the music ... and it is flawless in every respect.So enjoy the movie, dig the music, and when you finally realize that Jonathan Demme is one of the finest musicians of our time, you’ll be asking yourself why you’ve missed out on his tunes for so long ... OR HAVE I STOPPED MAKING SENSE?Review by Jenell Kesler
Dalallador
“Stop Making Sense” ... Is this a soundtrack? Is this a recording of a live concert? Or is this a movie? The Talking Heads, and more pointedly David Byrne, blurred the lines for all three of those questions when the movie, the soundtrack, or the movie of the concert hit the silver screens across America.First, from the get go, I will say that this is one of the most thought out and artist concerts I have ever had the opportunity to witness. Second, the concert is scored like a movie, with an introduction of the characters, their roles, and finally their development as the story unfolds. And yes, there is a story unfolding here.Having made that statement, I could turn it all around and say that “Stop Making Sense” is a movie about a concert, one that never actually took place in the flesh of a concert hall, but rather, was developed, scripted, blocked, structured, and played out to the camera, as brilliantly as any first rate movie would have been done.The movie opens [or the concert begins] with David Byrne walking onto a bare stage with an acoustic guitar and a boom box for backup, and in the image of some modern day James Dean, plays the song “Psycho Killer.” Then, one by one, the other members of the band come in almost off handily, each separately building on the next song, until there is a full fledged band, The Talking Heads, right there, strolling through their songs. At times there is a concert feel to the performance, at other times there is the feeling that it’s all happening right there in your living room, and at others, The Talking Heads are taking you on a journey via flashing lights and changing backgrounds that is reminiscent of a subway ride. Whatever the case, it’s an astounding journey ... one well worth the fare.While much seems to be lost when groups attempt to capture the effects, events, attitude and feel of a live performance, The Talking Heads have actually improved on the music they are playing live ... and that is a feat well worth experiencing. How can I make such a statement? Easy, for me, when I feel the need to hear any of the music by The Talking Heads, this is usually the disc I reach for. The production is nothing short of amazing, clear, clean, strong and relentless in all aspects and nuances.There are dozens of statements made within the confines of this movie / concert, there are an equal amount of questions asked as well ... but I don’t feel that I’d be giving you the opportunity of really enjoying this show if I were to address all of those here. I will address one aspect simply because its effect cut a deep groove into the fashion of the day, and that was the very “Big Suit” David Byrne wore during the second part of the performance.The concept of “The Big Suit” was missed by nearly everyone, Soon those hip enough to have scene the movie and dug the music were wearing oversized cloths, these clothes became a statement of a musical genre, and soon crossed over into mainstream fashion, but the truth of the matter is that David wore “The Big Suit” because he was making a “Big Statement,” ... and what better way to suggest or emphasize a big statement then to present a larger then life character, though with his animated gestures and the size of his head compared to the size of the suit, suggested a dancing turtle. “The Big Suit” did several things ... it insulated David from the world and his music, it suggested that there was more then met the eye, it hinted that we are all very small inside, and also that we could each be as big and strong as we would allow ourselves to be.The performance was musically rounded out by some great backup singers, who seemed to be totally enjoying themselves and a couple of added musicians who brought a fresh edge to the sound. Because this was a movie, great care was taken regarding the sound and production quality of the music ... and it is flawless in every respect.So enjoy the movie, dig the music, and when you finally realize that Jonathan Demme is one of the finest musicians of our time, you’ll be asking yourself why you’ve missed out on his tunes for so long ... OR HAVE I STOPPED MAKING SENSE?Review by Jenell Kesler
Chillhunter
does anyone know about a version of this that came with a bonus film strip of scenes from the movie? my copy has this, but i can't find any reference to this.
Chillhunter
does anyone know about a version of this that came with a bonus film strip of scenes from the movie? my copy has this, but i can't find any reference to this.
Reighbyra
See: http://www.discogs.com/Talking-Heads-Stop-Making-Sense/release/5554366
Reighbyra
See: http://www.discogs.com/Talking-Heads-Stop-Making-Sense/release/5554366
Kardana
Yes, it is a separate release. I will add it now as I now own it too.
Kardana
Yes, it is a separate release. I will add it now as I now own it too.
Amarin
"Stop Making Sense" is one of my favorite films, and this special edition of the album is one of my all-time favorite records. Every time I listen to it I am amazed. Definitely worth getting for several songs that are not included in the original release of the album, most notably "Heaven" and "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)". Also, the encore "Crosseyed and Painless" is great. Some of the songs on this release are different versions than the ones that appeared on the original release as well; the songs here are for the most part the same ones as in the film.
Amarin
"Stop Making Sense" is one of my favorite films, and this special edition of the album is one of my all-time favorite records. Every time I listen to it I am amazed. Definitely worth getting for several songs that are not included in the original release of the album, most notably "Heaven" and "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)". Also, the encore "Crosseyed and Painless" is great. Some of the songs on this release are different versions than the ones that appeared on the original release as well; the songs here are for the most part the same ones as in the film.