Uh-Oh is an album by David Byrne released in 1992. The single "She's Mad" reached on the . Modern Rock Tracks chart and its music video received two nominations on the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards. A Million Miles Away" was the theme song to the television series Flying Blind. All tracks composed by David Byrne; except where indicated. Now I'm Your Mom" – 4:43 (Byrne, Angel Fernandez). Girls on My Mind" – 3:52. Something Ain't Right" – 3:37 (Byrne, Terry Allen).
Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless) (Basement Boy Strip To The Bone Mix). David Byrne Presents: Conscious Dance.
David Byrne took a spare, direct approach on his third song-based solo album, which lent his work an intimacy but did little to restore his commercial prospects, despite a first single, "Angels," that was a ringer for The Talking Heads song "Once in a Lifetime. In fact, the limited instrumentation and focus on Byrne's voice tended to create difficulties with his typically quirky lyrics - with the words in close-up, one wanted them to make some kind of sense.
Post-punk David Byrne. Data wpisu 24 Maj 1994. Styl muzycznyPost-punk. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1.
David Byrne's "Everybody's Coming To My House," from his album American Utopia, out now on Todomundo/Nonesuch Records . Talking Heads' "Once in a Lifetime," from the 1980 album Remain in Light. David Byrne's "She's Mad," from his 1992 album, Uh-Oh.
Best-selling album since 1990: Look into the Eyeball (2001). Hit songs since 1990: "She's Mad," "Angels". As lead singer for the new wave rock band Talking Heads, David Byrne was a musical pioneer of the 1970s and 1980s, combining punk music's energy and bite with the polyrhythmic beats of world music. Emerging as a solo artist in the late 1980s, Byrne continued experimenting with musical pluralism, drawing together alternative rock, Latin music, worldbeat, and R&B with an off-kilter sensibility. It was followed by his David Byrne album in 1994. There is a hypnopompic quality in his inspiration as a composer, asymptotically lying in both reality and irreality, like a half–waking state.