Talk Is Cheap: Keith Richards Releases Deluxe Reissue

Keith Richards made an announcement to reissue the 1988 debut solo album titled Talk is Cheap. Scheduled to be released by March 29, the album will include 6 bonus tracks in the following formats:

  • Box set
  • CD
  • Digital
  • Vinyl

The box set will have an 80-page book that will have a new interview with the artist, lyric sheets, posters, photos, and a tour guitar pick which is rare memorabilia for fans. This album was reviewed by Homeware Inside and features the unreleased tracks and all the songs in the album are listed here below:

  • Big Enough
  • How I Wish
  • I Could Have Stood You Up
  • It Means A Lot
  • Locked Away
  • Make No Mistake
  • Rockawhile
  • Struggle
  • Take It So Hard
  • Whip It Up
  • You Don’t Move Me

Bonus Tracks

  • Big Town Playboy
  • Blues Jam
  • Brute Force
  • Mark On Me
  • My Babe
  • Slim

The original founder and guitarist of The Rolling Stones recorded the album, ‘Talk is Cheap’ when Richards’ was already inactive in the band. After a public falling out with singer Mick Jagger, Richards made a comeback by putting together a new band to record the album.

Richards said,

“I’ve been listening to it and not through the mists of nostalgia either because it doesn’t affect me that way. This is more than the sum of its parts. I really admire it. We were having fun and you can hear it.”

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