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Living In Another World - Talk Talk - The Colour Of Spring (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Gardataur says:
    May 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Talk Talk - The Colour of Spring () FULL ALBUM YouTube Talk Talk - "The Colour of Spring" (rip from original LP ) - .
  2. Tukasa says:
    Musically, The Colour of Spring was a major step away from the synthesised pop of early Talk Talk, with a greater focus on guitars, pianos, and organs on such songs as "Life's What You Make It", "Living in Another World" and "Give It Up". It had a sound described by the band as much more organic than their earlier records, with the improvisation that was to dominate on their later works already apparent .
  3. Zulunris says:
    ProgArchives: The Colour of Spring Albums by Talk Talk Albums: The Party's Over () • It's My Life () • The Colour of Spring () • Spirit of Eden () • Laughing Stock ().
  4. Makree says:
    Talk Talk are commonly known for their early synthpop/New Wave singles, but are also considered forerunners in the post-rock genre for their later experimental albums. Although they were identified with bands such as Duran Duran during the New Wave movement, Talk Talk had a progressive depth their contemporaries lacked. After keyboardist Simon Brenner was replaced with producer and unofficial.
  5. Dajinn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Colour Of Spring on Discogs.
  6. Fesar says:
    The Colour of Spring, an Album by Talk Talk. Released in March on EMI (catalog no. EMC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Pop. Featured peformers: Mark Hollis (writer, vocals), Tim Friese-Greene (producer, writer), Dennis Weinreich (engineer), Dietmar Schillinger (engineer), Paul Schroeder (engineer), Peter Woolliscroft (engineer), James Marsh (cover art).
  7. Goltik says:
    The singles of the album (#16 hit “Life's What You Make It” and #48 single “Living In Another World) also adhere to this pattern, bearing a loose similarity to past singles but containing more experimentation, more creativity and as such are a more satisfying experience overall.4/5.
  8. Gomuro says:
    The Colour of Spring is the third album from Talk Talk. It´s with The Colour of Spring that people into experimental rock music should be able to get something out of Talk Talk´s music. There is a big change from the synth based pop music from the previous two album to this much more mature experimental rock music/5(24).

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