Air - Talkie Walkie
NME.COM feature on Air - Talkie Walkie album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 26 January 2004
They’re not just for dinner parties, they’re for life...
First things first. Air have long ago spoken of their desire never to make another 'Moon Safari'. What would be the point, they’ve said, when their debut album, released six years ago this month, still shifts units every day and can be experienced wafting like some soothing civic scent through malls, lifts and public transport facilities around the world, subliminally serenading...
- Jan 30, 2004
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Cherry Blossom Girl
- Universal Traveler
- Mike Mills
- Surfing on a Rocket
- Another Day
- Alpha Beta Gaga
- Alone in Kyoto
Dead Air makes people stop listening
- Mar 2, 2007
Air remix album. Careful now...
- Feb 12, 2002
Air getting closer in spirit, appearance and sound to prog rock fossils like Tangerine Dream and Yes than any of their contemporaries...
- Nov 2, 2001
French duo to hit the road in March
Electronica duo will finish up their Euro tour in UK capital
'Love 2' comes out on October 6
Air - Talkie Walkie: Wikipedia Album Entry
Talkie Walkie is the fourth full-length album by Air, released on January 27, 2004. The album was possibly named after the song "Le Talkie Walkie" by Serge Gainsbourg, a known influence of the duo. The track "Alone in Kyoto" was featured on the soundtrack to the 2004 film Lost in Translation. This album has been released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions.
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