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Talk Talk - THE PARTY`S OVER download mp3
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THE PARTY`S OVER
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Art Rock, New Wave
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1583 mb
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The Party's Over is the debut album by Talk Talk. It was released in 1982 and produced by Colin Thurston, who was a former engineer for David Bowie but was better known for producing Duran Duran's first two albums

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Complete your Talk Talk collection. Canadian first issue was released in a red sleeve, with the same artwork as the UK self-titled single and the US mini-album.

The Party's Over is the debut album by Talk Talk. It was released in 1982 and produced by Colin Thurston, who was a former engineer for David Bowie but was better known for producing Duran Duran's first two albums. In the United Kingdom, the album's single "Today" was a top-twenty hit. The remixed version of the single "Talk Talk" reached number 1 in South Africa in 1983 and number 23 in the UK. In the United States the album entered the Billboard Top 200, reaching number 132, while the single "Talk Talk" peaked at number 75. Track listing. Standard track listing (side one).

Album Name The Party's Over. Data de lançamento 1982. Labels Caroline Records. Estilo de MúsicaNew-Wave. Membros têm este álbum10. 6. Have You Heard the News? 7. Mirror Man. 8. Another World. Other productions from Talk Talk.

Talk Talk began life as a slavishly derivative, Duran Duran-styled new romantic synth pop band, as their debut, The Party's Over, clearly shows. Much of the album seems to attempt to recreate Duran Duran's debut, but even with their most blatant rip-offs, like the single "Talk Talk," they do it with a naïve charm that makes for some really enjoyable music, even if it isn't particularly innovative or groundbreaking.