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Old 11-21-2015, 09:23 AM   #226
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Guess I'm a cold motherfucker, because I definitely think that's his best.
Well, I said it's a masterpiece. It's certainly in the conversation, but I've never been able to name a fav Bowie album. Like iYup said there's half a dozen in the conversation. It's just that I personally have never been able to connect with it emotionally, aside from Word on a Wing, which is absolutely beautiful and a hugely, hugely underrated song.

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Station to Station rules. The austerity is a big part of its appeal.

One of the strongest indicators of Bowie's greatness is any of a half dozen albums could be his best.
Why do you say austerity there? Like you mean lean, cold musically?

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Wow, Black Star really is something. I'm still not sure how I feel about Bowie. I always think I should love his music but there isn't one album of his that has grabbed me emotionally so far. I always enjoy them on a more cerebral level.

Station to Station is also my favorite of the ones I've heard.
What have you heard out of interest?
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Also, there have not been many dance songs before or since that are as fucking banging the final four minutes of Station to Station.
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Old 11-21-2015, 10:18 PM   #230
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Why do you say austerity there? Like you mean lean, cold musically?
Yeah, you can say that. The title track especially reminds me of the album cover: leering into a cold city night.
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Old 11-22-2015, 02:53 AM   #231
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Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust, Low, Heroes, Station to Station and The Next Day.
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Old 11-22-2015, 06:33 AM   #232
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I feel like his late seventies stuff is what I'm most likely to want to listen to. He may have invented glam rock (almost singlehandedly) but that earlier stuff isn't really my thing. Then there's the eighties, which isn't all bad (I have a guilty love for Let's Dance), and then there's a bit of a gap.
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Old 11-22-2015, 08:51 AM   #233
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I feel like his late seventies stuff is what I'm most likely to want to listen to. He may have invented glam rock (almost singlehandedly) but that earlier stuff isn't really my thing. Then there's the eighties, which isn't all bad (I have a guilty love for Let's Dance), and then there's a bit of a gap.
I love 'Let's Dance' i was a kid when that came out and it has held up pretty well.
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Old 11-22-2015, 07:26 PM   #234
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Oh yeah, it's a pretty appealing danceable record all round, not just the lead single. I dunno how it's regarded by Bowie afficiandos though; probably not that well. I like it for what it is.
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It has a fucking atrocious cover.

But it's still not his worst.

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Wow, Black Star really is something. I'm still not sure how I feel about Bowie. I always think I should love his music but there isn't one album of his that has grabbed me emotionally so far. I always enjoy them on a more cerebral level.

Station to Station is also my favorite of the ones I've heard.
Obviously I disagree, but I understand this at least because it's how I feel about Pink Floyd.
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Can someone make sure Cobbler didn't auto-erotic asphyxiate himself like his fellow countryman?
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Holy fuck I didn't actually expect Bowie to drop a top 5 album in 2016, but it wouldn't surprise me at this point.
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