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Old 12-06-2006, 03:49 PM   #21
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Old 12-06-2006, 07:03 PM   #25
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Glad you like Space Oddity Great album, and the song is one of my absolute favorites of all time. Makes a cool username, too.
This is almost as mind blowing as discovering that Capn Crunch cereal is really little treasure boxes. Matrix = Glitched.

I'm planning on going in order for the rest of the albums. I like Space Oddity so much I figure I'll dig the other stuff after it. And there's only one album before it chronologically.
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Station to Station and Outside are also excellent.
Definitely. Make sure to check out these two.

You really can't go wrong with most of these recommendations, though. Bowie's made some breathtaking albums in his career - some of my all-time favorites, easily.
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Old 12-07-2006, 10:09 PM   #28
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Heathen isn't too bad either. Not as good as the albums already mentioned but still a great album.
Slow Burn is one of his all time great tunes.

Pete Townsend playing that guitar
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Slow Burn is one of his all time great tunes.

Pete Townsend playing that guitar
Slip Away is also one of my favorite Bowie tunes.

Is his work with Tin Machine worth checking out?
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I just ordered hunky dory.

Thanks again for the recommndations.
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Is his work with Tin Machine worth checking out?
I haven't heard it myself, but from what I hear, Tin Machine isn't too noteworthy. I'd check out his other albums first, assuming you haven't heard all of them (OUTSIDE!! ).
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Old 12-09-2006, 08:29 PM   #32
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"Scary Monsters" is my favourite album...

My fav Bowie era is 1976'-84, but I love all of his work...
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Just picked up "Low", "Man Who Sold The World" and "Ziggy Stardust."

I've only listened to Low so far, but it's brilliant. The Ziggy CD is broken.
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Ziggy is the best Bowie album from start to finish.

I cannot stress that enough.
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I've just bought Ziggy. It's pretty good but i've only heard it twice. Moonage Daydream is my favourite so far.

Which album to purchase next then...
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I've been studying this thread deciding which to purchase next as well...I'm leaning toward Ziggy and Hunky Dory...
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You can't go wrong with either really.

Hunky Dory has "Life on Mars?", "Queen Bitch", "Changes", "Quicksand", "Oh! You Pretty Things", songs that are normally hard to beat.

But Ziggy is a better album overall: It's a loose concept album, it rocks harder, plus it's a classic in every sense of the word.
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I've been studying this thread deciding which to purchase next as well...I'm leaning toward Ziggy and Hunky Dory...
First one I got was Space Oddity, and i was hooked. Then I went back to hunky dory, also excellent. From what 've I heard, you can't go wrong.
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Good to know. Thanks for the advice, all


I'll probably be getting pretty much all his 70s albums eventually its just a matter of which ones and when.
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