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The Colour of Spring

The Colour of Spring
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1997 EMI release, their third album (1986) digitally remastered. Features the hit 'Life's What You Make It' & theU.K. singles 'Living In Another World' & 'Give It Up'. Eighttracks.
Manufacturer: EMI Europe Generic
Release date: 15 September 1997
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0724385713125 UPC: 724385713125
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Year 2012 - Music (277 music items)
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All Time Favorite Albums (188 music items)
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"My first introduction to the poppier side of Talk Talk. "Life's What You Make It" is really great."

ranna added this to a list 5 years ago
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"Mark Hollis' voice is one of those things that really go under my skin in a good way. I love Talk Talk's pure 80's pop albums (The Party's Over, It's My Life) and the latter experimental semi-ambient albums (The Spirit Of Eden, Laughing Stock), but The Colour of Spring remains my favourite. It's something in between their two phases, a focused and structured album with great tracks and strong artistic ambition. "Music for socially disrupted theology students.""

Fabricio Mendes added this to a list 5 years, 4 months ago