Life’s what you make it.

Last night, after coming back from The Prostitutes unplugged (almost) Christmas party at 2. patro, being high (legally) I played Talk Talk‘s The Colour of Spring (1986) to fall asleep nicely and smoothly. And again, I put my hat off to a tangible geniality of this band. The artistic highlight of their discography may be the Spirit of Eden (1988), but The Colour Of Spring captures the break-point of their career, their departure from synth pop and launch of their way more progressive and alternative engines which brought the band into a completely different galaxy just two years later. Colour Of Spring is a masterpiece of commercially successful pop rock (with Life’s What You Make It being probably the biggest hit of the album) so fine-tuned and so naturally sounding that it is no wonder that the name of the band is starting to be mentioned by young and rising bands more and more after almost 20 years after it’s split.

“I don’t believe in you”

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