Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa The Adventures Of Talking Heads In The Twentieth Century None
Has a disjointed style but made me look up Talking Heads stuff
I definitely sped through the last 50 pages This book is wholly mediocre It s a good history of the Talking Heads, but the author really tries to push feuds between the members that may or may not exist at all I don t regret reading it, but there were definitely a lot of points where I wanted to put the book down forever.
Not the best book on Talking Heads Gets a bit dull at times.
I skimmed it Just awful Awful.
I thought this was a great book, and learned a lot of things I wasn t aware of about Byrne, the Heads and Eno Very strange book to take on holiday though, as it s a very urban story.
A struggle to read, not because of poor writing, but because of the utterly horrible protagonists.