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Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 3): SP 1̶-̶2̶ O-2 ∆7401-X SH-SP 125121 B SH3 [Allied 'ɑ' logo] B-19702-SH3 SLM Siegel, Alan (2023-09-27). "Nothing Is Better Than This: The Oral History of 'Stop Making Sense' ". The Ringer . Retrieved 2023-10-01. Yoo, Noah (10 October 2016). "Watch Talking Heads' Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth React to Fred Armisen and Bill Hader's Parody Band". Pitchfork . Retrieved 28 November 2020. Zacharek, Stephanie (September 17, 1999). "Stop Making Sense". Salon. Archived from the original on 25 March 2023 . Retrieved March 21, 2018. Cohen, Jonathan (2023-08-16). "Talking Heads Reuniting For 'Stop Making Sense' Screening In Toronto". Spin.

February 29, Andy Hoglund; EST, 2020 at 11:57 PM. " 'Saturday Night Live' recap: John Mulaney hosts on Leap Day with musical guest David Byrne". EW.com. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list ( link)There’s another issue: “Psycho Killer” on the film and the 1999 edition starts with “Hi, I got a tape I wanna play,” while the original LP/CD/cassette release and the 2023 remaster use another version without the iconic quote and with a different 808 pattern. Apparently the band wanted a balance of the 1984 LP mixes and the 1999 remixes/edits. Why the inconsistency between the LP and the film? I’m not sure. Now here’s where it gets confusing. Between video and audio releases over the years, Stop Making Sense has been truncated and expanded several times. The original VHS and laserdisc film releases featured the entire show, while original LP, CD, and cassette editions only had half of it. Remixed DVD and CD releases from 1999 edited some songs and cut “Cities” and “Big Business/I Zimbra” for time constraints, while the DVD and equivalent Blu-ray added those as bonus scenes apart from the main feature. As A24 prepares a 4K restoration of the film, Rhino released a limited edition 2LP and 44.1kHz/24bit digital edition featuring the full show in audio-only form for the first time. Adding: “As often happens, the songs got an added energy when we performed them live and were inspired by having an audience. In many ways, these versions are more exciting than the studio recordings, so maybe that’s why a lot of folks discovered us via this record.” Stop Making Sense is considered by many critics to be one of the greatest concert films of all time, and a cult classic. [4] The film is a pioneering example of the use of early digital audio techniques. In 2021, it was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". [5] Synopsis [ edit ]

Christgau, Robert (October 30, 1984). "Christgau's Consumer Guide". The Village Voice . Retrieved July 17, 2018. Lead singer David Byrne walks on to a bare stage with a portable cassette tape player and an acoustic guitar. He introduces " Psycho Killer" by saying he wants to play a tape, but in reality a Roland TR-808 drum machine starts playing from the mixing board. [6] The gunshot-like beats cause Byrne to stagger "like Jean-Paul Belmondo in the final minutes of ' Breathless', a hero succumbing, surprised, to violence that he'd thought he was prepared for." [7]When the film was first released on home video, the songs "Cities" and "Big Business"/"I Zimbra" were restored to the performance, thus forming what was dubbed the "special edition" of the film. For the 1999 re-release, these songs were no longer included in sequence with the rest of the footage. It and subsequent video and DVD releases have placed these songs after the film in an unrestored full-frame version. Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 2): SH-SP 1 25121 A SH1 [Allied 'ɑ' logo] B-19701-SH1 SLM ∆7401 1-4 STERLING TJ 0-2 Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 2): SH-SP 1 25121 B SH1 [Allied 'ɑ' logo] B-19702-SH1 SLM ∆7401-X + SP. STERLING TJ 0-1 Stop Making Sense includes performances of the first Talking Heads single, " Psycho Killer" (1977), through to their most recent hit at the time, " Burning Down the House" (1983). It also includes songs from the solo career of frontman David Byrne and by Tom Tom Club, the side project of the drummer and bassist, Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth. Talking Heads’ full Stop Making Sense concert is getting its first-ever full vinyl release on August 18 by Rhino.



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