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2002
Label: Video/Film Express - 500399 • Format: DVD DVD-Video, Multichannel, PAL, Stereo Region 2 • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Art Rock, Synth-pop, Funk
Swamp - Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense (DVD)

Specialty Records Corporation pressing denoted by "E A S T" embossed on center label B side. This version is nearly identical to Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense except custom printed sleeve liner is paper rather than cardstock. Catalog number on inner labels: Catalog number on spine: 9 Recorded at the Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, December

 · Swamp by Talking Heads from their live cd Stop making sense ().

Talking Heads ‎– Slippery People (Stop Making Sense), , Vinyl video 4K, 24bit/96kHz.

Superb in every way - the energy of Talking Heads on this live album even overshadowed their superb studio work up to that point. The earlier VHS version of "Stop Making Sense" may now seem the most desired due to the fact it includes the entire repertoire (or at least what was to be fully encompassed by one such live show).

Stop Making Sense is a American concert film featuring a live performance by American rock band Talking ed by Jonathan Demme, it was shot over the course of four nights at Hollywood's Pantages Theater in December , as the group was touring to promote their new album Speaking in film is the first made entirely using digital audio techniques.


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Swamp - Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense (DVD)

1 thoughts on “Swamp - Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense (DVD)

  1. The DVD has some very interesting bonus features, such as three different Dolby Digital audio mixes (2 Dolby mixes and PCM stereo), a commentary track with all four original members and director Jonathan Demme (the band recorded their commentaries seperately, and they were later mixed together), re-release trailer, Storyboard-to-film comparison, three bonus songs ("Cities", "I Zimbra/Big Business") and a David Byrne self-interview, that was originally filmed to promote "Stop Making Sense.

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