℗ 1986 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company
Duration 51m 44s
Record Label Parlophone UK
Release Date October 14, 2014
Genre Rock
 

The Colour Of Spring

Talk Talk

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1.1
Happiness Is Easy
Talk Talk
6:37
1.2
I Don't Believe in You
Talk Talk
5:03
1.3
Life's What You Make It
Talk Talk
4:28
1.4
April 5th
Talk Talk
5:52
1.5
Living in Another World
Talk Talk
6:57
1.6
Give It Up
Talk Talk
5:19
1.7
Chameleon Day
Talk Talk
3:21
1.8
Time It's Time
Talk Talk
8:17
1.9
It's Getting Late in the Evening
Talk Talk
5:50
Duration    51m 44s
The Colour of Spring is the third studio album by English band Talk Talk, released in February, 1986. Musically, The Colour of Spring was a major step away from the synthesised pop of early Talk Talk, with a greater focus on guitars, pianos, and organs on such songs as "Life's What You Make It", "Living in Another World" and "Give It Up". It had a sound described by the band as much more organic than their earlier records, with the improvisation that was to dominate on their later works already apparent in the recording process.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Parlophone UK Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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