Released October 8, 1980. Remain in Light Tracklist. 1. Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) Lyrics. About Remain in Light. The most successful Talking Heads album; it is frequently cited as one of the best albums of the 1980s. It is our sixth Classic Album of the Week. Remain in Light Q&A.
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Remain in Light is the fourth studio album by American new wave band Talking Heads, released on October 8, 1980, onSire Records. It was recorded at locations in the Bahamas and the United States between July and August 1980 and wasproduced by the quartet's long-time collaborator Brian Eno. The album peaked at number 19 on the Billboard 200 in the US and at number 21 on the UK Albums Chart
Band Name Talking Heads. Album Name Remain in Light. Released date 08 October 1980. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album20. 05:46.
With their landmark fourth album, Remain In Light - released 35 years ago on October 8, 1980 - Talking Heads changed everything and nothing all at once. Produced by Brian Eno, who’d helmed the group’s previous two LPs, it was something truly rare: a radical departure that nevertheless felt like a continuation of and improvement on everything that had come before. Even without the benefit of a major radio smash, Remain In Light reached No. 19 on the Billboard 200, the band’s highest position to that point. The lead single, Once In a Lifetime, missed the Hot 100 but emerged as the group’s signature song, thanks in part to a memorable video that became an MTV staple the following year.
Talking Heads’ 1980 masterpiece stands among the most celebrated work of the decade. Largely defined by the ground-breaking recording methods of legendary producer Brian Eno, the music draws from funk, African rhythms, electronic music and rock indiscriminately, making for a startling original and hugely influential sound. The musical transition that seemed to have just begun with Fear of Music came to fruition on Talking Heads' fourth album, Remain in Light