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Tracklist


1Girlfriend Is Better4:25
2I Get Wild / Wild Gravity4:06
3Slippery People3:30
4Moon Rocks5:04
5Making Flippy Floppy4:36
6Pull Up The Roots5:08
7Swamp5:09
8This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)4:56
9Burning Down The House4:00

Credits


  • Backing VocalsDolette McDonald (tracks: 4), Nona Hendryx (tracks: 4)
  • Drums, Backing Vocals, SynthesizerChris Frantz
  • EngineerAlex Sadkin, Butch Jones
  • Engineer [Assistant]Franklin Gibson, Jay Mark, John Convertino
  • GuitarAlex Weir (tracks: 2, 6, 7, 8)
  • Keyboards, Guitar, Backing VocalsJerry Harrison
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed ByAlex Sadkin
  • PercussionDavid Van Tieghem (tracks: 5, 9), Raphael Dejesus (tracks: 4, 5, 8), Steve Scales (tracks: 1, 7)
  • ProducerTalking Heads
  • SaxophoneRichard Landry (tracks: 4)
  • SynthesizerBernie Worrell (tracks: 3), Wally Badarou (tracks: 1, 6, 9)
  • Synthesizer, Bass [String], Backing Vocals, GuitarTina Weymouth
  • ViolinShankar (tracks: 2)
  • Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar [Guitars], Bass, Percussion, CoverDavid Byrne
  • Backing Vocals, Double Bass, Guitar, Synthesizer, Written-by [Music]Tina Weymouth
  • Backing Vocals, Drums, Synthesizer, Written-by [Music]Chris Frantz
  • Backing Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Written-by [Music]Jerry Harrison
  • Bass, Percussion, Guitar, Artwork By, Written-by [Lyrics, Music], Keyboards, Synthesizer, VocalsDavid Byrne
  • Engineer [Assistant Mix]Franklin Gibson, Jay Mark
  • Engineer [Assistant Recording]John Convertino
  • Engineer [Recording]Butch Jones
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed By, Engineer [Mix]Alex Sadkin, Alex Sadkin
  • ProducerTalking Heads
  • Backing Vocals, Double Bass, Guitar, Synthesizer, Music ByTina Weymouth
  • Backing Vocals, Drums, Synthesizer, Music ByChris Frantz
  • Backing Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Music ByJerry Harrison
  • Bass, Percussion, Guitar, Cover, Lyrics By, Music By, Keyboards, Synthesizer, VocalsDavid Byrne
  • Engineer [Assistant Mix]Franklin Gibson, Jay Mark
  • Engineer [Assistant Recording]John Convertino
  • Engineer [Recording]Butch Jones
  • ManagementGary Kurfirst
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed By, Engineer [Mix]Alex Sadkin
  • ProducerTalking Heads
  • CoverDavid Byrne
  • Drums, Backing Vocals, SynthesizerChris Frantz
  • Engineer [Assistant Engineer, Basic Tracks Recording]John Convertino
  • Engineer [Basic Tracks Recording]Butch Jones
  • Engineer [Final Overdubbing And Mixing Assistant Engineer]Franklin Gibson, Jay Mark
  • Engineer [Final Overdubbing And Mixing]Alex Sadkin
  • Keyboards, Guitar, Backing VocalsJerry Harrison
  • Lacquer Cut ByCB
  • Lyrics ByDavid Byrne
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed ByAlex Sadkin
  • Music ByChris Frantz, David Byrne, Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth
  • ProducerTalking Heads
  • Synthesizer, Bass [String Bass], Backing Vocals, GuitarTina Weymouth
  • Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar [Guitars], Bass, PercussionDavid Byrne
  • ProducerTalking Heads
  • Backing Vocals, Double Bass, Guitar, Synthesizer, Music ByTina Weymouth
  • Backing Vocals, Drums, Synthesizer, Music ByChris Frantz
  • Backing Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Music ByJerry Harrison
  • Bass, Percussion, Guitar, Cover, Lyrics By, Music By, Keyboards, Synthesizer, VocalsDavid Byrne
  • Engineer [Assistant Mix]Franklin Gibson, Jay Mark
  • Engineer [Assistant Recording]John Convertino
  • Engineer [Recording]Butch Jones
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed By, Engineer [Mix]Alex Sadkin
  • ProducerTalking Heads

Notes


Capitol, Winchester pressing variant

Catalog number on inner labels: 1-23883
Catalog number on spine: 9 23883-1

Basic tracks recorded at Blank Tapes, NY.
Final overdubbing and mixing at Compass Point Studios and Sigma Sound, NY.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NY.
Made in U.S.A.

Includes a custom lyrics inner sleeve.

Some copies are gold foil stamped "Lent for Promotional Use Only..." on the cover.Marketed by WEA Records Limited. P.O. Box 2915, Auckland, New Zealand.

Printed inner sleeve with lyrics.Basic tracks recorded at Blank Tapes, NY

Final overdubbing and mixing at Compass Point Studios and Sigma Sound, NY

Mastered at Sterling Sound, NY

Very similar to Speaking In Tongues, but...
- Blue circle on orange background in artwork
- Only Category is 9 23883-2
- Pressed by PDOManufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf

Direct Metal MasteringCatalog number on inner labels: 1-23883
Catalog number on spine: 9 23883-1

Basic tracks recorded at Blank Tapes, NY.
Final overdubbing and mixing at Compass Point Studios and Sigma Sound, NY.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NY.Lacquers cut from the original analog 2-tracks at Bernie Grundman Mastering.
Replica of the original LP jacket.
Includes a custom inner sleeve.

Basic tracks recorded at Blank Tapes, NY
Final overdubbing and mixing at Compass Point Studios and Sigma Sound, NY
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NY

Sire Records Company, 3300 Warner Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91505-4694
Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
© 1983 Sire Records Company & Talking Heads Tours Inc.
℗ 1983 Sire Records Company
Printed In U.S.A. [Jacket]
Made in U.S.A. [Labels]

© 1983 Bleu Disque Music Co./Index Music, Inc. ASCAP
All rights for the world on behalf of Bleu Disque Music administered by WB Music Corp.

Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A: Etched): 238831 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B: Etched): 238831 B
  • Barcode (Text): 0 7599-23883-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A stamped and etched (italic)): R / S Alsdorf 923883-1 A xx C-92-3771-1A xx
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B stamped and etched (italic)): ???? R / S Alsdorf 923883-1 B x C-92-3771-1B x
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 3228
  • Barcode (Text): 0 81227 96665 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 081227966652
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etching): R1-23883-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etching): R1-23883-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A pressing plant etching): 21053.1…
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B pressing plant etching): 21053.2…
  • Matrix / Runout (Sides A & B lacquer cutting engineer initials etching): CB
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Barcode (Printed): 0 7599-23883-2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 075992388320
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 3228
  • Matrix / Runout: 7599 23883-2 2893 198 03 #
  • Matrix / Runout: DR
  • Matrix / Runout: MADE IN W. GERMANY BY PDO
  • Barcode (Text): 0 7599-23883-1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 075992388313
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout etched, STERLING stamped, variant 1): STERLING 1 23883 A WW5 #3 —◁
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout etched, STERLING stamped, variant 1): STERLING 1 23883 B WW7 #5 —◁
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout etched, STERLING stamped, variant 2): STERLING 1 23883 A WW5 #2 —◁
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout etched, STERLING stamped, variant 2): STERLING 1 23883 B WW5 #2· —◁
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout etched, STERLING stamped, variant 3): STERLING 1 2 3883 A WW5 · —◁
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout etched, STERLING stamped, variant 3): STERLING 12 3883 B WW5 #3 · —◁
  • Barcode: 0 7599-23883-1

Companies


  • Marketed By – WEA Records Limited – 23883-1
  • Made By – PDO, Germany
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records Company
  • Copyright (c) – Sire Records Company
  • Copyright (c) – Talking Heads Tours Inc.
  • Marketed By – Warner Bros. Records Inc. – 9 23883-1
  • Recorded At – Blank Tape Studios
  • Overdubbed At – Compass Point Studios
  • Mixed At – Compass Point Studios
  • Overdubbed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mixed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records Company
  • Copyright (c) – Sire Records Company
  • Copyright (c) – Talking Heads Tours Inc.
  • Marketed By – Warner Bros. Records Inc. – 9 23883-1
  • Recorded At – Blank Tape Studios
  • Overdubbed At – Compass Point Studios
  • Overdubbed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mixed At – Compass Point Studios
  • Mixed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Pressed By – Record Service Alsdorf
  • Recorded At – Blank Tape Studios
  • Overdubbed At – Compass Point Studios
  • Overdubbed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mixed At – Compass Point Studios
  • Mixed At – Sigma Sound Studios, New York
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Lacquer Cut At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated
  • Record Company – Sire Records Company
  • Manufactured By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Marketed By – Rhino Entertainment Company
  • Record Company – Warner Music Group
  • Copyright (c) – Sire Records Company
  • Copyright (c) – Talking Heads Tours Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records Company
  • Published By – Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc.
  • Published By – Index Music, Inc.
  • Published By – WB Music Corp.

Info


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Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues MP3
Performer: Talking Heads
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Soul
Title: Speaking In Tongues
Country: Europe
Style: Alternative Rock, Art Rock, Funk, New Wave, Synth-pop
MP3 album: 2804 mb
FLAC album: 2607 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 760
Source: CD, Album, PDO Pressing
№ Cat: 9 23883-2
Label: Sire

Marige
All my Rhino TH reissues are so rad, sound perfect on my system, sorry to those who do have problems with theirs though
Quphagie
No issues with my copy plays perfect and is dead quite!!! Burning down the house plays fine guess I got a good copy! Or maybe just have a decent turntable. Record sounds amazing.
Valawye
There's so much skipping on Burning Down the House! I was too annoyed with the skipping to even listen beyond that point. I know it's not my record player because I tested out a few of my other records and they sound fine...I don't have a suitcase player or anything just an Audio Technica lol. I understand Audio Technicas aren't the highest quality record players either but when my other records play with no problems? I think its fair of me to think there's an issue with the record itself. Pretty disappointed, I got this as a holiday gift too :/
Yellow Judge
Which model? If it’s the LP60, then it’s your player.
DireRaven
I must have also got lucky as my pressing is a good one. Sounds terrific!
Adrielmeena
My pressing is perfect - none of the skips people mention. It's very well done actually with clear sound, punchy "fast attack" bass, and excellent dynamic range!
Direbringer
If you have skipping, check if your record player isn't a suitcase or an all-in-one "retro" box
Wrathshaper
Burning Down the House has a ton of skipping. It seems to be the most messed up track; others sounded mostly fine. Very irritating considering it is one of the best tracks on the album.
Kaghma
I wish I'd read the reviews before purchasing this album. There is a lot of skipping during "Burning Down The House." This is my first listen, and so far it seems to be isolated to that track. This seems to be a common manufacturing defect. Otherwise, the album is quiet and sounds great. It's a real shame.Edit: a single skip during "Slippery People" and several skips during "I Get Wild/Wild Gravity." Pretty pissed about this.
Gann
This reissue plays flawlessly and is dead quiet. Whenever people complain about skipping I'm always very suspect of a poor quality turntable or at least an incorrectly set up turntable. If you're tonearm is tracking at the correct force and antiskating is set accordingly you shouldn't have a single skip. I've never had a single record skip, old or new, on either of my Technics TT which both have anti skating and I've checked the tracking force with a stylus scale. My feeling is that people bash pressings when it's really their turntable. Pressing issues are more likely to be non-fills and surface noise from manufacturing that could be cleaned.
Vut
Agreed. I've been buying records for 40+ years and can remember only two or three that ever had an actual skip, one of which was due to a bad warp at the outer edge. The other, coincidentally enough, was on a copy of Talking Heads' "Little Creatures" (1985), which had a skip on track five. I exchanged it for another copy, which was fine. The reason I remember this was that the record store lady didn't believe me about the skip, and actually played the record in the store to verify it. Which is weird because I just wanted an exchange for a new one, not a refund.
lolike
Exactly, I've never had a record skip once in my life. The problem is more evident with especially 180g records on cheap or improper set up turntables as you mentioned.
Fenrinos
Spot on. I upgraded my turntable from a cheap-o AudioTechnica and all issues are gone.
Forcestalker
Side A is perfect but Side B skips an absurd amount of times. Hoping it's just my rinky dink record player and not consistent with other owners of this press.EDIT (12/27/18): It was indeed my record player. I've since upgraded, and can confidently say this is a flawless repress. However, if you have a cheap, spring loaded tonearm, it will most likely skip.
Arlana
Not discounting any other reviews here, but mine plays flawlessly and sounds amazing. Just saying
Gavinranara
I have several posts out about RHINO pressings. I'll restate:RHINO 180g = GARBAGEDo yourself a favor and ALWAYS seek out an original. You'll thank yourself.
terostr
Definitely not always true, as I have Remain In Light on vinyl (pressed in Europe), and it sounds fantastic. And I have a pretty serious table, and am very picky about sound.
Yndanol
I have the same issue. Received my copy today and it skips 4 times on Burning Down The House. Will be returning tomorrow. The search for vintage continues.
Cktiell
My copy skips during Burning Down The House also. Bummer. Otherwise, it sounds fantastic.
Melipra
I have had mostly excellent experiences with Rhino Reissues in general. This one is certainly an exception to that rule. I bought one at a record store when I was traveling out of state. When I arrived home and played it, I was immediately disappointed as the playback skipped wildly on the opening song - it wouldn't play though. I put it on a different turntable that I keep upstairs and the album skipped in all the same spots. I wrote to Rhino since I won't be returning to the store I got it from for a long time, maybe ever since I live out of town. They responded and sent me another sealed new copy. To my dismay it did the exact same thing. I even put the 1st copy from the store I bought on and I have every reason to believe most if not all of these have this manufacturers defect. Both copies I have skip during "Burning Down The House" in the exact same spots. It's too bad. This is a great album and I have two copies of this reissue that are unlistenable. I recommend getting a vintage copy.
Xisyaco
I agree on this reissue. Straight garbage that you can't even listen to. The same story for me, I got a replacement copy that does the same thing.I haven't had any luck with any of the Talking Heads re-issues, all I've purchased have skipping that makes them almost unlistenable.
Thohelm
I unfortunately have had the same experience with this pressing. Skips in the same spot as yours.
Thomeena
A two-LP set with the full "extended" versions of the songs would be a nice addition to the catalog.
Wnex
There’s much to say about Speaking In Tongues, an album that evolved and had been refined from the Talking Heads’ beginnings, a step away from the burned out new wave synth machine, and more toward the avant garde aspects David Byrne was so inspired by. David went on to say, “We felt it was possible to work within a kind of pop song format and kind of do what you wanted as long as you stayed within that format. And having a love of pop music, we felt that occasionally something we did kind of by accident would connect to a larger public and other things would not.”

Of course all that was true for the moment, as in the near future, Byrne would go on to break up the band, shrug his avant garde sensibilities and step through the door of world music, which was a mistake of the highest magnitude, ‘less of course you’re a fan of that early Sunday morning style of public radio music that’s played in the background, requiring no thought, no inspiration and no exploration of the conceptual nature.

With a heavy R&B vibe that was laced with soul overtones, the album opens with the hit single “Burning Down The House,” a visual as well as a musical manifestation, all due to the expanded lineup of session players who would eventually work their way into live shows in a very bouncy Funkadelic (ah-la Parliament) manner, which would increase the sonic nature of the entire album, filling it with unexpected grooves and a presentation that at the time was impossible to ignore.

That being said, it’s easy to hear the control Byrne was taking, secreting himself away with producer Brian Eno, to the point where the other band members felt marginalized and leading to the attributes that would become the Tom Tom Club. All and all the album is very frank in its nature, filled with an air of cool detachment, yet in the same breath, it was experimental and joyous with deeply consider lyrics, especially if one hovers over the number “This Must Be The Place,” which turns out to be perhaps one of the most pointed, if not pained visions of relationships in the modern age.

There was something about Speaking In Tongues that made it absolutely undefinable, especially when one considers the iconic translucent album and cover artist Robert Rauschenberg was charged with creating, one that came with a hefty price tag for listeners (though I never manage to get one of the 1000 deluxe editions signed by both Rauschenberg and Byrne), serious frustration with opening the package without breaking it, supporting the nature of the record with the attitude that the music existed beyond space, that it merely needed to be held to be appreciated.

At the same time, the album is deep, evolving, charming, goofy, new age, and heavily reliant on aspects of American blues and R&B singles from the mid 60’s. Speaking In Tongues was a deeply crafted affair, and while the songs were great at the time, very few of them have been able to hold up of the years for me. The record is a sort of encrypted message in a bottle that I continually return to, attempting to sort it all out, make sense of it, compartmentalize it, yet all and all, it eludes me, relegating me to hearing it as a cohesive unit, where the lyrics and the music meld together as one, nearly indistinguishable from each other. Though … that relationship I talked about earlier on the song “This Must Be The Place”? Perhaps that relationship regarded not an actual interpersonal relationship between two individuals, or even that of David Byrne and the other band members, but rather the relationship the Talking Heads had with their fans.

Regardless, it’s a not to be missed lively affair.

*** The Fun Facts: Regarding the album title, a person who has what is known as “the gift of tongues” or the ability to speak in tongues, often unbeknownst to them and unrecognizable to others, usually occurs in the midst of religious ecstasy, trance, or delirium. Experts call this phenomenon glossolalia, a Greek compound of the words glossa, meaning “tongue” or “language,” and lalein, meaning “to talk.”

As to the song "This Must Be The Place," the song's title was taken from the 1965 print by Roy Lichtenstein by the same name, currently housed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Review by Jenell Kesler
Uscavel
Is there a specific listing for the first 1000 copies which were signed by both Davie Byrne and Robert Rauschenburg?
Malien
Excellent sound on this record, every sound is so precise and clear. This is odd because I have some Renaissance Sire presses that just sound okay. This one on the other hand is out of this world. Great clarity and sound on this. Plus freaking amazing album too!!
Shou
This is one of the best sounding records I own. It's a totally different listening experience and the drums are so clear.
MisTereO

A good dictionary should read :
"Very rare example of truly brilliant music that the public consummed and were not insulted by it"
And the warning on the packaging...
"If goodness persists, seek other products like it"
Not as revolutionary as 'remain' , just lighter but not in any way, light.

Talking Heads, were one of those rare bands that managed to mix the arty and the popular
and still pleased the mob-ruled 'market'.
And after this there was the truly magnificent 'Stop Making Sense' and that was it in my book.

10 out of 10

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