|Lots And Lots of Ants|
|song by The Heads|
|featuring John Taylor|
About the songEdit
The song was released on a sampler album in the USA, but was originally recorded for a project by The Heads.
After the break up of the American rock group Talking Heads, band members Tina Weymouth, Chris Frantz, and Jerry Harrison reunited for a one-off album called No Talking, Just Head under the name The Heads in 1996. The album featured guest vocalists on each track, including Debbie Harry, Michael Hutchence (INXS), Andy Partridge (XTC) and Shaun Ryder (Happy Mondays).
"And There Are Lots And Lots of Ants" features vocals performed by John Taylor, recorded during the period of No Talking, Just Head. Its unknown if the track was produced for the album, or for an unreleased follow up album that was halted by a corporate restructuring at the MCA label.