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Editors' Notes Here Lies Love is an unlikely concept album based on the lives of the former First Lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos and her nanny Estrella Cumpas and their divergent fates. Marcos’ fascination with the clubs and discos of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s gives Byrne and collaborator Fatboy Slim (Norman Cook) free rein to create their own dancefloor numbers.
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Here Lies Love is a double-disc song cycle - improbably poignant, decidedly surreal, surprisingly thought provoking -- about the rise and fall of the Philippines' notorious Imelda Marcos. It was conceived by David Byrne; composed by Byrne and British deejay/recording artist Fatboy Slim, a/k/a Norman Cook; and performed by a dream cast drawn from the worlds of indie rock, alt country, R&B and pop/5(68).
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two CD collaboration between the former Talking Heads leader and British Dance music maestro Fatboy Slim. Here Lies Love is a song cycle - improbably poignant, decidedly surreal, surprisingly thought provoking -- about the rise and fall of the Philippines' notorious Imelda retegescomorttempsorptoredtodenist.xyzinfos:
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David Byrne, that's who. A real artist in every sense of the word. And Fatboy Slim came along for the ride and provided some great beats. I'm not a fan of a lot of the female artists that sing on this album, but under David Byrne's and Fatboy Slim's direction, they rock. Florence from Florence and the Machine does the title track and it is awesome/5(53).