Love This Giant by David Byrne & St. Vincent

Love This Giant [David Byrne & St. Vincent] Album Songs

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1 3:49
2 3:07
3 3:42
4 3:13
5 3:05
6 4:52
7 3:08
8 3:13
9 3:49
10 4:15
11 3:46
12 4:18
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Love This Giant by David Byrne & St. Vincent Album Reviews

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- Dat brass!5 star

That's all I got.

- David does it again5 star

After listening to this album for the past week and seeing the artists perform with collaborative harmony last night in VT, I'm sold. The fifty dollar concert ticket and $10 album equals another another unique David Byrne experience. I've been following David's career since 77. Somewhere after the Talking Heads and around Rei Momo I've been challenged but never disappointed. Strings, dancers or horns it is always an original example of Byrne's ability to push out the walls of his artistry. When you add Annie Clark and big choreographed brass it all just works!

- Who would buy this garbage?1 star

This music makes me want to go to a maternity ward and punch infants. Don't buy it

- 👍👍👍5 star

Love this. So much.

- Gaga good.5 star

This album is stupid good. Echos of old talking heads with twists of modernity and a dash of St. Vincent's beautiful voice. Just get it. You wont find a better place to spend ten bucks...this month at least.

- It's OK.3 star

This album is kind of what you would expect from David Byrne. The collaboration is good because otherwise there might not be a reason to buy another album that is kind of the same as so many other wonderful David Byrne albums. The horns are also good, but not amazing and certainly not all that novel. Overall it is a decent album and I have enjoyed listening to it, but it certainly does not seem all that fantastic to me.

- Love This Giant3 star

Not the best I've ever heard. I Am an Ape is the only one that did it for me. I like Saint Vincent, and the Talking Heads, but the combo, not so much.

- Yes5 star

Saw this on The Colbert Report and thought it was great.

- Easily one of DB's Best. Vital Music.5 star

On top of an amazing book that is almost a musicians bible written by a loving and honest artist that proves his love of not just life, but lives for music, Byrne comes out with the most affecting, hypnotic. American, should churning harmonies an grooves with a neo-NYC style dirty dozen future horn line and just amazing singing, sometime I can barely make him out coming through the music at times- almost like the egoless riffs of Remain in light, pure groove, only to have him float thru like a spirit on a music cloud with a wind of horns and vocal harmonies surround him. This may be the best thing uou have done since the breakup-- david! definitely the most freeing, the most collaborative ive have heard. I know these are somehow HIS songs, but now it's like he's discovered what letting go can do, he sounds more truthful and vital-- yes vital, singing now as he has ever possibly sounded. St Vincent I don't know so i can't judge how much collab there was-- my view is that there was massive exchange. And that is what is so cool, David is wiling to go anywhere, he refuses to stop evolving into something that you can't refuse. I haven't loved all his records-- my guess is neither has he........ BUT To be blown away by an artist whose done it before so many time, to realize his vitality and erudition and intelligence and observant critique of music through the creation of his own music not only makes it timeless, but necessary to hear in this slack confused era for artists. Music and technology have lacked soul, acceptable soul and yearning. To me he has crossed over from being a musical genius, or artist, to becoming closer to a human genius. with the works he's put out (as well as his book How Music Works) this is a remarkable year for him. Thank you David, you made me want to write and make incredible music today, an that's the best gift an artist can receive, inspiration.

- No thank you2 star

St. Vincent without her stunning, totally unique guitar riffs. This is not for me, it sounds like Talking Heads out takes.

- A unique sound found nowhere else5 star

Love this Giant is unlike anything I ever heard before. The way the horns are incorporated in their songs give every song it's own personality. I hope they decide to do another album together. Album of the year contender for sure!

- Addicting5 star

Since i got it i have been listening to it on a loop. Its not just one song, its the whole body of work. Amazing!

- Three parts whole...5 star

2 voices and horns...distance is laid out perfectly. No stepping on toes when they are miles away. Great album...excited for the Greek.

- Only one problem4 star

Whats the deal with the cover art? Stuff poking out of St Vincent's face isn't exactly flattering. Way to ruin a beautiful face.

- Really really really really really great5 star

Annie and David are like peanut butter and jelly, as long as you're not allergic to nuts. Dense and extremely gratifying.

- Love This giant5 star

David Byrne ST Vincent Amazing

- Loving this giant album!5 star

Everything about this album is big. Especially the brass. Whoever put St. Vincent together with David Byrne is pure genius. You can hear both of their influences on the songs. I love how their voices act like instruments…sometimes they mimic the brass, other times percussion. Faves are Ice Age, Who, Lazarus, and Lightning. I love how St. Vincent comes in just before the beat on the word "age" in Ice Age. This is what collaboration sounds like when it really works! As intellectually stimulating as this album is, it's also instantly accessible. You can pop it in, listen, and love it right away. A great buy for David Byrne and St. Vincent fans alike!

- Amazing5 star

The horns, nontrivial tunes, Byrne's voice. Everything about this album is amazing!

- Thanks to NPR...5 star

I live for music like this!!! This collaboration is like Yin and Yang balance, plus the horns are amazing as well. This is my official introduction to David Byrne & St. Vincent.

- David + Vincent5 star

Ka-pum !! Perfection !!

- Im only buying it...5 star

Cuz of Annie Clark (from St. Vincent). I own all of her albums and I just love her! I previewed the album and I liked it. So I'm buying it. The chemistry is there and it works! "Ice Age" is my favorite one …addicting!

- You want this album.5 star

It's about time!

- DAT BRASS5 star



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BladeDazza88 - Giants5 star

Love these two giants. Caught St V at Jazz Winnipeg Fest and she was awesome. Wish I could've seen these two together. Love the horns.

Logan S D - ApeMan5 star

Saw them in concert before I heard the CD - Loved the Concert - Love "Love This Giant"

R&G Kelowna - Outstanding5 star

Two words… Get it! If you have the opportunity to see these two live, don't miss it.

Dikkienoort - Great work5 star

Excellent album, highly recommended!

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Augustus Rex - Thank goodness5 star

Here it is at last and it's taken until nearly November to find it. My album of 2012. Quirky, angular, Breathtakingly original. Music which rewards repeated listening. Like The Bends, Dark Side Of The Moon, or The Spirit Of Eden, this music has a timeless quality beyond its era which I'll return to again and again.

dinas boy - Love this love this giant!4 star

What else should we expect but the unexpected? Shades of 'Grown Backwards' thrown in as a bonus Brilliant rhythms and lots of quirky stuff - surprises round every corner. Damn near perfect

BIG-Z's - Back of the net!!5 star

What a great collaboration and love the introduction of the brass throughout,reminded me of Beriut on his albums.Not one duff track & equally as good as St Vincents previous album.Great album, try it.

23D4v1D - awsome collaboration5 star

A work of pure genius... an absolute delight and highly addictive, a sublime pairing of exceptionally gifted artists..... If one album can every have it all, then this THE album !!!!!! Love This Giant !

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Love This Giant is a studio album made in collaboration between David Byrne and St. Vincent (Annie Clark), released on 4AD and Todo Mundo on September 10, 2012, in the United Kingdom and a day later in the United States. Byrne and Annie Clark began working together in late 2009, using a writing and promotion process that Byrne had previously used on his 2008 collaboration with Brian Eno Everything That Happens Will Happen Today. The duo had previously played together live at an Actor Tour concert, and on the album Here Lies Love. The performers enlisted a variety of brass musicians to augment their songwriting and toured over the following year to promote the album..

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