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8 thoughts on “ Head Over Heels - Go-Gos - Talk Show (CD, Album)

  1. "Head Over Heels," appropriately, was the album's first single. It went to #11 in America and became a Go-Go's classic, but it couldn't save the band from themselves. In , they broke up before releasing their fourth album. "That was the beginning of the end, that album," lead singer Belinda Carlisle told The New York Times in "We were.
  2. "Head Over Heels" is the standout. It starts the album out on an exciting note, as a burst of initial double piano notes is suddenly joined first by the full band and then by Carlisle, as she breathlessly sings "Been running so long/I've nearly lost all track of time.".
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  4. The song was released as the first single from their third album, Talk Show, and was the most successful of the album's three singles, peaking at #11 on the U.S. Billboard Hot It also spent three weeks at #10 on the U.S. Cash Box Top The song was also a .
  5. Editors’ Notes In a decision that would ultimately rip the band apart, The Go-Go’s attempted on their final album to appeal to both the punk fan base from which they had originally emerged, and the Eighties radio landscape that had made them Top 40 icons. Producer Martin Rushent — known for his work with British art-punks The Buzzcocks and the Stranglers — was brought in to bring an.
  6. Jul 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Head Over Heels · The Go-Go's Talk Show ℗ IRS Records Released on: Producer: Martin Rushent.
  7. Passend zur angekündigten Go-Go's-Abschieds-Tour wurden mit Beauty & The Beat, Vacation und Talk Show ihre drei Alben aus den frühen 80ern von Edsel mit vielen Bonustracks wiederveröffentlicht. Erfreulich ist das vor allem für das dritte Album Talk Show von , das es zuletzt nur noch zu unverschämten Preisen (30 Euro aufwärts) auf CD gab/5(77).

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