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Re: talktalk: was Re: JP's Playlist
Jim Poppen wrote:
> For some balance, I'll pipe up and say that I prefer the
> unfinished/less-realized Laughing Stock. The sound of the album is wide
> open and refreshing.
> I'll second the recommendation of the Mark Hollis solo CD. If you liked
> Talk Talk's last two CDs, you'll like this one.
> > From: luca
> > Agree with david.
> > Anyway, it was a big lost they gave it up.
> > luca
> > From: <Hedewa7@aol.com>
> > > someone said:
> > >
> > > >> Talk Talk: Laughing Stock
> > > >> This is clearly their best & final Album and
> > >
> > > well, it was certainly their *final* album;
> > > i think that 'spirit of eden' is a much more realised work
> > --- 'laughing
> > > stock' sounds like outtakes from 'spirit of eden', to me.
> > > best,
> > > dt / splattercell
just curious. did phill brown also engineer laughing stock? i love his
work on spirit of eden...