» Laurie Anderson ~ 1986 ~ Home Of The Brave
Laurie Anderson ~ 1986 ~ Home Of The Brave
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Home of the Brave was the fourth album release by Laurie Anderson, issued in 1986. Released by Warner Bros. Records, it was a partial soundtrack album of her concert film of the same title.
Three of the eight tracks on the album were recorded in the studio and thus differ considerably from the filmed versions. A music video for "Language is a Virus" was produced, using the soundtrack studio recording but footage of the live performance.
Two songs on the album were remakes of earlier works: "Language Is a Virus" was originally titled "Language Is a Virus (from Outer Space)" and was performed on Anderson's earlier United States Live (the soundtrack album omits the spoken word introduction, "Difficult Listening Hour," which had appeared on United States Live and which was also performed in the film). "Sharkey's Night" is a song from Anderson's previous album, Mister Heartbreak. However this rendition is performed by Anderson herself (the original was vocalized by William S. Burroughs. Burroughs' voice is heard on the track "Late Show," however.
1. Smoke Rings 7:00
2. White Lily 1:16
3. Late Show 4:30
4. Talk Normal 5:27
5. Language Is a Virus 4:10
6. Radar 2:01
7. Sharkey's Night 6:16
8. Credit Racket 3:28
Laurie Anderson (vocals, keyboards, violin synclavier, vocoder)
Joy Askew (keyboards, Moog synthesizer, Prophet, DX-7)
Adrian Belew (guitar)
David Van Tieghem (drums)
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