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Talk Talk - Natural History - The Very Best Of [CD+DVD] £5.89 @ Base.com + Quidco
Talk Talk - Natural History - The Very Best Of [CD+DVD]  £5.89 @ Base.com + Quidco

Talk Talk - Natural History - The Very Best Of [CD+DVD] £5.89 @ Base.com + Quidco

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CD

1. Today
2. Talk Talk
3. My Foolish Friend
4. Such A Shame
5. Dum Dum Girl
6. It's My Life
7. Give It Up
8. Living In Another World
9. Life's What You Make It
10. Happiness Is Easy
11. I Believe In You
12. Desire

DVD

1. Today
2. Talk Talk (Version 1)
3. Talk Talk (Version 2)
4. My Foolish Friend
5. Such A Shame
6. Dum Dum Girl (Take 1)
7. Dum Dum Girl (Take 2)
8. It's My Life (UK Version)
9. Life's What You Make It
10. Living In Another World
11. Give It Up
12. I Believe In You

9 Comments

mod

:thumbsup:

Excellent stuff.

First saw Talk Talk at the Hammersmith Odeon in 1981 when they supported Duran Duran (must do something about this bloody stutter:) - terrific songs , great melodies - heat from me !!

Great band - good price considering it includes the DVD

Bought the Natural History CD about 20 years ago. I loved it. Lent it to a friend who hated it. Weirdo.

One of my favourite bands so H+R added.

Their songs were so finely crafted, they are superb.

"Living in Another World" is my all time fave by them - still sounds brilliant after 25 years - and a great video - check it out on YouTube.

Pity they never got the chart success they deserved - many of their best singles never even cracked the Top 40 and they never had a Top 10 hit. So very wrong given the quality of their material.

:thumbsup:Never tire of it,great band

ditto - Living in another world... timeless.

I can vaguely remember a documentary/rockumentary/popumentary/synthology on TV about them where they were doing a tour of what looked like working men's clubs. Can't remember much about it, apart from thinking 'how the hell would talk talk go down in a working men's club?'

Also remember a programme on the success of popular bands at the time. Talk Talk were quoted by the presenter as not making a single penny, but he also said that they probably had a 'good' accountant.

Amazing what you remember.
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