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No Talking, Just Head Studio album by The Heads Released October 8, 1996 (1996-10-08) Recorded Clubhouse Music Studio Genre New Wave/Art punk Length 55:11 Label MCA Producer The Heads Professional reviews Allmusic link No Talking, Just Head is an album by The Heads, a band composed of Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth, and Chris Frantz of Talking Heads, joined by a variety of guest singers. Its name may be seen as a reference to the fact that Talking Heads' former vocalist, David Byrne, is not present, as well as a joke relating to the common expression "giving head" as a synonym for performing fellatio. This was, at the time, intended to turn into a full-time project, with further studio albums and tour. Furthermore, a live CD/video of the first tour was planned, featuring performances of songs originally recorded by Talking Heads reinterpreted by the album's guest artists. However, David Byrne sued the band[1], asserting that their name and presentation was too evocative of Talking Heads, and put an end to those plans. "Damage I've Done" and "Don't Mistake My Kindness for Weakness" were released as singles. Track listing All songs written by Frantz/Harrison/Murray/Weymouth; additional writers in brackets below. "Damage I've Done" (Napolitano), with vocals by Johnette Napolitano – 6:19 "The King Is Gone" (Hutchence), with vocals by Michael Hutchence – 4:12 "No Talking, Just Head", with vocals by Debbie Harry – 4:34 "Never Mind" (Hell), with vocals by Richard Hell – 3:51 "No Big Bang" (McKee), with vocals by Maria McKee – 3:30 "Don't Take My Kindness for Weakness" (Ryder), with vocals by Shaun Ryder – 4:43 "No More Lonely Nights" (Anneteg), with vocals by Malin Anneteg – 5:14 "Indie Hair" (Kowalczyk), with vocals by Ed Kowalczyk – 3:49 "Punk Lolita", with vocals by Johnette Napolitano, Debbie Harry, and Tina Weymouth – 4:35 "Only the Lonely" (Gano), with vocals by Gordon Gano – 4:05 "Papersnow" (Partridge), with vocals by Andy Partridge – 4:59 "Blue Blue Moon" (Friday), with vocals by Gavin Friday – 5:20 Personnel Chris Frantz – drums, loops Jerry Harrison – keyboards Abdou M'Boup – percussion Blast Murray – guitar Lenny Pickett – saxophone, flute on "The King Is Gone" Tina Weymouth – bass guitar v • d • e Talking Heads David Byrne · Chris Frantz · Jerry Harrison · Tina Weymouth Studio albums Talking Heads: 77 (1977) · More Songs About Buildings and Food (1978) · Fear of Music (1979) · Remain in Light (1980) · Speaking in Tongues (1983) · Little Creatures (1985) · True Stories (1986) · Naked (1988) Live albums The Name of This Band Is Talking Heads (1982) · Stop Making Sense (1984) Compilations Sand in the Vaseline: Popular Favorites (1992) · Once in a Lifetime – The Best of Talking Heads (1992) · Once in a Lifetime (2003) · The Best of Talking Heads (2004) · Talking Heads (2005) · Bonus Rarities and Outtakes (2006) Singles "Love → Building on Fire" · "Uh-Oh, Love Comes to Town" · "Psycho Killer" · "Pulled Up" · "Take Me to the River" · "Life During Wartime" · "I Zimbra" · "Cities" · "Crosseyed and Painless" · "Once in a Lifetime" · "Houses in Motion" (Remix) · "Life During Wartime" (Live) · "Burning Down the House" · "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)" · "Slippery People" (Live) · "Girlfriend is Better" (Live) · "The Lady Don't Mind" · "Road to Nowhere" · "And She Was" · "Once in a Lifetime" (Live) · "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)" (Live) · "Wild Wild Life" · "Love for Sale" · "Hey Now" · "Radio Head" · "Blind" · "(Nothing But) Flowers" · "Sax and Violins" · "Lifetime Piling Up" Filmography Stop Making Sense (1984) · True Stories (1986) · Storytelling Giant (1988) Related articles Discography · Brian Eno · No Talking, Just Head (1996) · Sounds from True Stories (1986) · Tom Tom Club References ^ This New Wave music album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e