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Talk Talk

Inquiries and discussions about new wave artists and what happened to them.

Talk Talk

Postby Sean » Fri Oct 02, 2009 12:56 pm

Where are the rest of the guys from Talk Talk these days? Any chance the band will reunite and release a new album?
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Postby Max Murdoc » Wed Oct 07, 2009 1:31 am

[quote]Originally posted by Sean
[br]Where are the rest of the guys from Talk Talk these days? Any chance the band will reunite and release a new album?

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Re: Talk Talk

Postby ABOATES » Thu May 25, 2017 10:28 am

I don't see Mark Hollis ever coming out of retirement, but wouldn't it be a delight? How about putting together a huge band and touring Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock? Will never, ever happen for so many reasons, but I would pay (a lot) and travel (far and wide) to see it. In all honesty, those albums were not really created by Talk Talk the band, they were collage pieces put together from snippets and samples of a myriad of artists by Mark and the producer Tim Friese-Green. Two of my all-time fave records.
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