Released on Aug. 3, 1979, the Talking Heads' Fear of Music found David Byrne's always-offbeat observations set to turbulent, often strikingly ominous music beds that grew out of loose, but ultimately uncredited full-band jams.
This dope, who no doubt just finished sniffing the glue that he used to put the PVC pipes together to form his sweet potato gun, was finally going to test out his homemade contraption. But at the moment of truth, the gun jammed. So what did our hero do? He took a glance down the barrel.
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