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    Mark Hollis dies

    Saddened to read that Mark Hollis, lead singer and guitarist in Talk Talk has died at a still-relatively young age of 64.

    Talk Talk were a great band who really evolved over the few years they were together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    Saddened to read that Mark Hollis, lead singer and guitarist in Talk Talk has died at a still-relatively young age of 64.

    Talk Talk were a great band who really evolved over the few years they were together.
    Sad news. Couldn't quite believe it when I first heard Spirit Of Eden as I assumed Talk Talk were still a sort of electro-pop group back then. But wow.....stunning album.

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    Sad news. Couldn't quite believe it when I first heard Spirit Of Eden as I assumed Talk Talk were still a sort of electro-pop group back then. But wow.....stunning album.
    I agree wholeheartedly about Spirit of Eden, it was beyond something else, especially given the work they had released before (albeit I liked their earlier work).

    Nice piece about him by Alexis Petridis in the Guardian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    I agree wholeheartedly about Spirit of Eden, it was beyond something else, especially given the work they had released before (albeit I liked their earlier work).

    Nice piece about him by Alexis Petridis in the Guardian

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/20...redefined-rock
    Cheers, I had no idea that Ed Hollis was his brother. Co-wrote Do Anything You Wanna Do for Eddie & The Hotrods.

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    Cheers, I had no idea that Ed Hollis was his brother. Co-wrote Do Anything You Wanna Do for Eddie & The Hotrods.
    Didn't know that, cheers.
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