Talking Heads - 77 is the debut studio album by American rock band Talking Heads. It was released on September 16, 1977, by Sire Records. The album was recorded in April 1977 at Sundragon Studios in New York City, and was produced by the band and David Byrne.
Talking Heads: 77 is a diverse album, drawing on influences from punk rock, new wave, art rock, and world music. The album's sound is characterized by its angular guitar riffs, driving rhythms, and Byrne's unique vocals.
The album features several of Talking Heads' most popular songs, including "Psycho Killer", "Uh-Oh, Love Comes to Town", and "Take Me to the River".
Talking Heads: 77 was a critical and commercial success, reaching number 92 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album was praised for its innovative sound and Byrne's lyrics, which often dealt with themes of alienation, anxiety, and the absurdity of modern life.
The album has been consistently ranked among the best debut albums of all time, and is considered to be a classic of new wave music.
|Original Release: 1977.|
|Catalog No: R1 6036.|
|Size: 12" Single Vinyl Record.|
|Additional: 180 Gram.|