Talking Heads (1986) Radio Head 12″

Very Brief:
Any time I have posted a record by or involving Full Force, I usually get comments asking for more Full Force records. Well, here’s one that may not be on everyone’s radar! Full Force were commissioned by the Talking Heads to remix “Radio Head”. The mix contains the usual Full Force humor as well as snippets of “Once In A Lifetime” sampled in.

Talking Heads (1986) Radio Head 12"  The Source:
  Label: Sire Records
  Catalog#: 0-20732
  Format: Vinyl, 12″, 45 RPM
  Country: US
  Released: 1986

Talking Heads (1986) Radio Head 12"The A Side:
Radio Head (Extended Remix) 4:30

The B Side:
Hey Now (Movie Version) 4:41
Radio Head (Remix) 3:30
Hey Now (Milwaukee Mix) 7:10

The Equipment:
Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
Audio Technica AT440MLa Phono Cartridge
Yamaha RX-Z1 A/V Receiver
Sony PCM-R300 DAT Deck
Turtle Beach Catalina sound card
Mustek Scan Express A3 1200 Scanner
Spin Clean Record Washer MKII

The Software:
Cool Edit Pro
Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006
Microsoft ICE

The Links:

Radio Head FLAC

Radio Head MP3

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Radio Head

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5 Responses to “Talking Heads (1986) Radio Head 12″”

  1. mothloop says:

    I have this on the 12 x 12 Original Remixes release but had no idea it was done by Full Force (silly buggers). Plus, your vinyl rips are far superior anyway. Cool.

  2. Larry Dwain says:

    According to the band Radiohead wikipedia page:

    “At the request of EMI, the band changed their name; “Radiohead” was taken from the song “Radio Head” on the Talking Heads album True Stories (1986).”

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