Natural History: The Very Best of Talk Talk is a 1990 greatest hits album by Talk Talk. It collects songs that the band released under EMI between 1982 and 1988. The compilation spent 21 weeks on the UK Albums Chart, peaking at and went on to sell over one million copies worldwide. The North American version appended two live bonus tracks. A companion collection of the band's music videos was released in July 1990.
The Very Best of Talk Talk is the most comprehensive retrospective assembled on the synth group to date, following the band from its new wave origins to its latter-day atmospheric new age recordings.
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Mark Hollis with Talk Talk on Channel 4’s now-defunct music programme The Tube in 1986. 8. I Believe in You. In the 1970s, Hollis’s older brother, Ed, worked as a gwriter for Eddie and the Hot Rods. Not only did Ed’s industry contacts prove helpful, but he also co-wrote the band’s first hit, Talk Talk. By the mid-80s, Ed had become entangled in hard drugs, eventually dying from his addictions. Having parted acrimoniously with EMI and signed to Polydor, who put them on the venerable jazz label Verve, Talk Talk released their final album, Laughing Stock, in 1991.
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Features Song Lyrics for Talk Talk's The Very Best of Talk Talk album. Today (single version) Lyrics. Talk Talk Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
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