Talking HeadsTalking Heads: 77

Label:Sire – RCV1 6036, Sire – 603497846177
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Repress, Green Translucent
Country:USA & Europe
Style:New Wave, Art Rock


A1Uh-Oh, Love Comes To Town2:48
A2New Feeling3:09
A3Tentative Decisions3:04
A4Happy Day3:55
A5Who Is It?1:41
A6No Compassion4:47
B1The Book I Read4:06
B2Don't Worry About The Government3:00
B3First Week / Last Week...Carefree3:19
B4Psycho Killer4:19
B5Pulled Up4:29

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Rhino Records 'Rocktober' edition on 140g green vinyl. Printed inner sleeve. Hype sticker, barcode sticker on front.
Limited edition of 4,000 copies

runouts suggest this is a repress of : Talking Heads - Talking Heads: 77

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 03497 84617 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, hand-etched): 17876.1(3)... R1-6036-A KPG@ATM B964315-01 A1 -|/\
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, hand-etched): 17876.2(3)... R1-6036-B KPG@ATM B964315-01 B1 \/|

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Talking Heads: 77 (LP, Album, Los Angeles Pressing)SireSR 6036US1977
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Talking Heads: 77 (LP, Album, Stereo)Philips9199 746France1977
Talking Heads: 77 (LP, Album, Stereo)Philips6370 813Netherlands1977
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Talking Heads: 77 (LP, Album)Sire, Sire9103 328, 9103-328UK1977
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Talking Heads: 77 (LP, Album)Sire, SireSR 6036 NP, SR 6036Portugal1977



  • PandaBegs2Differ's avatar
    Sounds great, looks great too as it’s closer to a transparent bottle green than the louder neon suggested by the description. Not sure why some reviewers state the inner sleeve is too small as it’s just the size it should be really. I can still fit the Spincraft audiophile anti-static inner sleeve comfortably inside it. Paper of the inner sleeve is a bit thin though but that’s not really a great issue (I usually don’t use the inner sleeves in any case as I will put in an anti-static paper sleeve if required. Anyway, great pressing highly recommended.
    • oatmealleafer's avatar
      Great pressing. Inner sleeve on mine is normal size. Disc slides in and out using one hand with ease. Vinyl is bright green when held to light.
      • Joshrogers795's avatar
        Excellent pressing, but the inner sleeve is way too small (probably the worst I've ever seen). As it's paper, trying to remove the record caused a lot of surface scratches leading to surface noise. I am on my second copy now, and rather than attempting to remove it I split the sleeve down the seams and removed the record that way. I suggest you do the same (and replace with a better third party sleeve).
        • moneycannon's avatar
          Edited 3 years ago
          Great pressing, but the stock paper sleeve is very rough and way too small. This made it tricky to remove the record for the first time without scratching it. My copy is very quiet with the exception of two small pops during the first few seconds of track 1.
          • kpaynter's avatar
            Edited 3 years ago
            Paper sleeve is undersized, album inside was so tight the left and right edges of my copy had tears in them from the vinyl edges
            • GoodTunes's avatar
              Great pressing, but weirdly the green wax does not match the sleeve at all. It's a much darker green. I expected it to be closer to a neon green such as the sleeve typeface and hype sticker display. Just a minor quibble though. Pressing still sounds excellent.
              • Robuki's avatar
                Flat, quiet pressing. This is my first listen to the Rhino remasters on vinyl. The guitars and David Byrne's voice don't cut through as much as on the original pressing, but it is nice to hear a more balanced presentation, and to have Tina's bass lines and Chris's drums more present in the mix. It is a little lower in volume than my old pressing, but sounds sweet when you turn it up a bit to compensate. Overall, for the price, you cannot complain. It's not worse, just a little different. There's room for both in the collection, as my old copy is getting up there in plays.
                • cheeseapologist's avatar
                  Quiet all the way through. Definitely haven't had any issues with surface noise so I'm pretty happy with it. A solid repress worth picking up!
                  • FinalSpinRecords's avatar
                    Same lacquer as the previous Rhino releases mastered by Kevin Gray, so expect it to sound amazing. Different colored vinyl and pressing plant are the only differences.
                    • mdavis132's avatar
                      Lacquer cut by Kevin Grey. This pressing sounds very good.


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