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Talk Talk|Today  (2022 Digital Master)

Today (2022 Digital Master)

Talk Talk

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Today (2022 Digital Master)

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Today (2022 Digital Master)
00:03:14

Mike Robinson, MixingEngineer - Colin Thurston, Producer - Lee Harris, Drums, Writer - Mark Hollis, Vocals, Writer - Talk Talk, MainArtist - Simon Brenner, Keyboards, Writer - Paul Webb, Writer, Bass

© 2022 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 1982, 2022 Parlophone Records Limited

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It's So Serious (2022 Digital Master)
00:03:19

Mike Robinson, MixingEngineer - Colin Thurston, Producer - Lee Harris, Drums, Writer - Mark Hollis, Vocals, Writer - Talk Talk, MainArtist - Simon Brenner, Keyboards, Writer - Paul Webb, Writer, Bass

© 2022 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 1982 Parlophone Records Limited

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Today (Extended Mix, 2022 Digital Master)
00:04:33

Mike Robinson, MixingEngineer - Colin Thurston, Producer - Lee Harris, Drums, Writer - Mark Hollis, Vocals, Writer - Talk Talk, MainArtist - Simon Brenner, Keyboards, Writer - Paul Webb, Writer, Bass

© 2022 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 1982, 2022 Parlophone Records Limited

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It's So Serious (David Jensen Show BBC Radio Session 18/11/1981)
00:04:15

Mike Robinson, MixingEngineer - John Sparrow, Producer - Lee Harris, Drums, Writer - Mark Hollis, Vocals, Writer - Talk Talk, MainArtist - Simon Brenner, Keyboards, Writer - Paul Webb, Writer, Bass

© 2022 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2022 BBC

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