When Talking Heads were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001, they were called one of the most adventurous bands in rock history. Front man David Byrne, along with Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth and Jerry Harrison, mixed African and Brazilian beats with funk to create an entirely new rock sound. Their songs were catchy — just try not to get “Psycho Killer” or “Burning Down the House” stuck in your head. Despite owning a spot as one of the most critically acclaimed bands of the 1980s, Byrne sought to break away from the group in 1991. The band went on an unofficial hiatus, which really meant Byrne was free to pursue his solo career while the other members were left in limbo. The group stuck it to Byrne in 1996 when it released a Byrne-less album titled No Talking, Just Head.