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01.03.19

Talk Talk – by Rachel Grace Almeida

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To honour the legacy of a musician widely held up as a genius, Crack Magazine’s Junior Editor Rachel Grace Almeida selects Talk Talk’s best tracks. “Mark Hollis’ voice was distinctly arresting, unlike any other frontman of his time – or, perhaps, ever,” she says. “He was one of the best pop songwriters that ever lived, but he was also this introverted, off-centre genius whose music brings the drama. He was one of a kind.”


Talk Talk – by Rachel Grace Almeida

Talk Talk – by Rachel Grace Almeida

To honour the legacy of a musician widely held up as a genius, Crack Magazine’s Junior Editor Rachel Grace Almeida selects Talk Talk’s best tracks. “Mark Hollis’ voice was distinctly arresting, unlike any other frontman of his time – or, perhaps, ever,” she says. “He was one of the best pop songwriters that ever lived, but he was also this introverted, off-centre genius whose music brings the drama. He was one of a kind.”

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