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David Bowie

Discussion in 'RC' started by Agalloch, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. ProgMetalFan

    ProgMetalFan In the attic

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    I love "Young Americans".
     
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    cthulufhtagn Went Out for Smokes 13 Years Ago

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    is there anyone who doesn't like bowie? seriously now
     
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  3. Jack©

    Jack© At the end of the day.

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    I wouldn't say im a massive fan, but i have been known to play a song or two, i've had a mild phobia of bowie after i saw the labyrinth as a child.
     
  4. panzerfaust666

    panzerfaust666 German Asshole

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    I love David Bowie. I got to see him live in my town a few years back. Also managed to meet him and do this picture thing
     
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    O'Keefe New Metal Member

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    Apologies on my starting out here with a bump of a months-old thread, but I think it's well worth mentioning that there's a page devoted to David Bowie, 1972 and on, mostly about his collabs with Andy Warhol and Iggy Pop.
     
  6. Dick Sirloin

    Dick Sirloin please... stay safe

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    Basically, from 1969 to 1980, he had the most unbelievable streak of great albums of any artist in history (even Young Americans, which I'd give about a 7/10). The Berlin Trilogy he did with Eno is about as experimental as a pop star can get.

    My rankings:

    1) Low
    2) Station to Station
    3) Ziggy Stardust
    4) Heroes
    5) Aladdin Sane
    6) The Man Who Sold The World
    7) Hunky Dory
    8) Lodger
    9) Scary Monsters
    10) Space Oddity
    11) Diamond Dogs
    12) Young Americans
     
  7. Demilich

    Demilich Remember

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    I've been investigating more of his stuff lately, especially the early stuff and looking at his roots as a musician.

    Seems like a daring career with a variety of strengths.
     
  8. Dick Sirloin

    Dick Sirloin please... stay safe

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    :(

    Been hard to concentrate on anything today
     
  9. J.

    J. Old Fart

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    I liked the movie labyrinth when i was a kid
     
  10. dorian gray

    dorian gray Returning videotapes

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    Haha check out these old forumers! I remember them like it was yesterday (gravely old man voice).
    Anyway, I just remember seeing Tin Machine on Saturday Night Live in 1991. Reeves Gabrels shredded. On national television. I couldn't believe it.
     
  11. CiG

    CiG So Long Suckers!

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    Young Americans is my favourite album of his...
     

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