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David Bowie - 'Low'

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Tagobs, Jan 16, 2016.

  1. Tagobs

    Tagobs Retired Staff

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    With the recent passing of legend David Bowie, I thought I could share my favorite Bowie album, Low. Feel free to share your favorite Bowie albums or songs.

     
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  2. Demon_skeith

    Demon_skeith Mastermind Talker

    I've been listening to it since he passed, never heard of it and a lot I've listen to is just plain strange.
     
  3. Tagobs

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    That's kind of the point with Bowie. He pushed the music industry to strange heights, and made it work.
     
  4. Selena

    Selena Expert Talker

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    My favorite song from David Bowie must definitely be Space Oddity. Such an awesome song, it was my favorite when I was a mere child. That was around early 2008 I think? :silly:
     
  5. Tagobs

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    The song is from 1969, so it has sticked around for a while
     
  6. Selena

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    No doubt it has been around for a while.  I just meant that I wasn't exposed to his music until that time period when I first heard him (such a long time ago already).  Due to the nature of my, errrm, proclivities, I haven't been able to communicate myself properly these past few weeks, sorry.

    Come to think of it, I also like his song Changes.
     
  7. TheJason

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    Right, Space Oddity was the top, but coming up close was Golden Years, China Girl, Young Americans, Modern Love, Blue Jean, and some lesser-known tracks from his Philly Soul days (Young Americans Album). However, though, I haven't heard everything he put out

    Anyway, Fame was burnt out on the radio and also Under Pressure. Probably I originally liked Fame, but never cared for Under Pressure.
     

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