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Album: Uh-Oh
# Song Title   Time
1)    Now I'm Your Mom More Info...
2)    Girls On My Mind More Info...
3)    Something Ain't Right More Info...
4)    She's Mad More Info...
5)    Hanging Upside Down More Info...
6)    A Walk In The Dark More Info...
7)    Twistin' In The Wind More Info...
8)    The Cowboy Mambo (Hey Lookit Me Now) More Info...
9)    Monkey Man More Info...
10)    A Million Miles Away More Info...
11)    Tiny Town More Info...
12)    Somebody More Info...
 

Album: Uh-Oh
# Song Title   Time
1)    Now I'm Your Mom More Info...
2)    Girls On My Mind More Info...
3)    Something Ain't Right More Info...
4)    She's Mad More Info...
5)    Hanging Upside Down More Info...
6)    A Walk In The Dark More Info...
7)    Twistin' In The Wind More Info...
8)    The Cowboy Mambo (Hey Lookit Me Now) More Info...
9)    Monkey Man More Info...
10)    A Million Miles Away More Info...
11)    Tiny Town More Info...
12)    Somebody More Info...
 
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Tracks

1. Shes Mad

2. Now I'm Your Mom

3. Something Aint Right

4. The Cowboy Mambo

5. A Million Miles Away

6. Hanging Upside Down

7. Monkey Man

8. Twistin In The Wind

9. Tiny Town

10. A Walk In The Dark

11. Girls On My Mind

12. Somebody

Performer Notes
  • Personnel: David Byrne (vocals, guitar, whistle); Nona Hendryx, Tom Z‚ (vocals); Lloyd Carter, Lewis Kahn (violin); Akua Dixon (cello); Steve Sacks (flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Marc Qui¤ones (whistle, sound effects); Ronnie Cuber (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone); Dick Oatts (alto saxophone); Lawrence Feldman (tenor saxophone); Angel Fernandez (trumpet, flugelhorn, piano); Charlie Sep£lveda (trumpet); John Clark (French horn); Christopher Washburne (tenor trombone, bass trombone); Oscar Salas (drums, percussion); Milton Cardona (bata).
  • After years of musical experimentation and adventures into world music, David Byrne takes his unconventional approach back to Talking Heads punk/funk. But it's spiced by Latin beats and a dazzling array of musicians; the result is a delectably fresh hybrid of modern rock and Latin pop.
  • The music swings, always with a sense of fun. Byrne's metaphysical lyrics mesmerize as usual, and the art student from the grimy city once again manages to take flight on his organic world-beat rhythms. The influences here run rampant: "She's Mad," for instance, harks back to early Heads--determined and primitively crunchy--and then suddenly turns into a breezy samba.
  • The album title comes from Byrne's fiercely sung "Something Ain't Right," but everything IS right on UH-OH.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (3/19/92, p.89) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...jampacked with catchy ditties....a craftsman in the grand pop tradition..."

Entertainment Weekly (3/13/92, p.50) - "...integrates musical genres....Byrne's silliness has a serious swagger..." - Rating: A-

Q (4/92, p.70) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...packed with all manner of musical innovation, oddball observations and joyous nonsense..."

Option (July-Aug/92, p.93) - "...much catchier than his theatrical and soundtrack work...relentlessly perky...the closest thing Byrne has done to a Talking Heads record since the band's last one..."
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