Talking Heads will always be a classic band. I’m the biggest fan of their albums in the 70s. I feel this one gets a little overlooked these days as it really doesn’t contain any of the larger radio hits, but it’s an exception album. Granted you can snag a copy of this used at any record store for $2.99, soooo you have to just really want the green to make this worth it. I personally own a used cheap copy and don’t plan on buying.
What are your thoughts of limited reissues of albums that are very easy to find used? I’ve heard people on both sides of the discussion.
Newbury Comics and our friends at Rhino Records are pleased to introduce Fear of Music by Talking Heads on Green Vinyl and limited to only 500 pieces.
Originally released in 1979, Fear of Music was NME and Melody Maker's album of the year and contains the singles "Life During Wartime", "I Zimbra" and "Cities".
Available for pre-order now with a limit of 5 copies per customer. Out on August 6, 2013.
Listen on Spotify
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive