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offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 10:36 [#01824491]
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welcome to the david bowie thread.
i start with ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars,my
most played bowie album.


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offline mortsto-x from Trondheim/Bodø (Norway) on 2006-01-22 10:40 [#01824496]
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at last!


 

offline dog_belch from Netherlands, The on 2006-01-22 10:40 [#01824497]
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Excelent idea. I follow up your Ziggy Stardust with Station
to Station, coke addled white funk, YEAH!

It’s not the side-effects of the cocaine
I’m thinking that it must be love
It’s too late - to be grateful
It’s too late - to be late again
It’s too late - to be hateful
The european cannon is here

I must be only one in a million
I won’t let the day pass without her
It’s too late - to be grateful
It’s too late - to be late again
It’s too late - to be hateful
The european cannon is here


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offline staz on 2006-01-22 10:42 [#01824498]
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I'll contribute dog_belch_idm.


 

offline giginger from Milky Beans (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 10:42 [#01824502]
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I can't find the album I've got so I can't tell you the
name. Sorry.


 

offline dog_belch from Netherlands, The on 2006-01-22 10:45 [#01824505]
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That really is the only good cover I've ever heard of a
Bowie song.
And I include Nirvana's "Man who sold the world", and,
indeed Lulu's version.


 

offline staz on 2006-01-22 10:45 [#01824507]
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^_^


 

offline warpphex from lurkston, ziltyland. (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 10:46 [#01824509]
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What a guy!


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 10:51 [#01824513]
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ha ! now playing :

there would be no Suede without this record


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 10:52 [#01824515]
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like to take a cement fix
be a standing cinema
dress my friends up just for show
see them as they really are
put a peephole in my brain
two new pence to have a go
id like to be a gallery
put you all in side my show


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 10:52 [#01824516]
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Jesus.


 

offline giginger from Milky Beans (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 10:52 [#01824517]
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hahahahahahahahaha


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 10:54 [#01824519]
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fuck picture posting privilage.

Now she walks through her sunken dream
To the seat with the clearest view
And she's hooked to the silver screen
But the film is a saddening bore
For she's lived it ten times or more
She could spit in the eyes of fools
As they ask her to focus on
Sailors fighting in the dance hall
Oh man! Look at those cavemen go
It's the freakiest show
Take a look at the Lawman
Beating up the wrong guy
Oh man! Wonder if he'll ever know
He's in the best selling show
Is there life on Mars?


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 10:56 [#01824521]
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now thats a tune:D


 

offline dog_belch from Netherlands, The on 2006-01-22 10:57 [#01824522]
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Oh let me do it.


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offline staz on 2006-01-22 10:57 [#01824523]
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I think Kooks would be my favorite tune of his right now. I
just love that little choir.


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 11:00 [#01824524]
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oh, thanks d_belch

have you seen the video ? he was a bit mad then...just a
bit.


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 11:01 [#01824526]
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wake up your sleepy head
put on some clothes,shake up your bed
put another log on the fire for me
ive made some brekfast and coffee
look out my window what do i see
a crack in the sky and a hand reaching down to me
all the nightmares came today
and it looks as though theyre here to stay


 

offline dog_belch from Netherlands, The on 2006-01-22 11:07 [#01824530]
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Can we have bit of the mighty Lodger. If you do ever
get it, try to get it with the two bonus tracks "I pray,
olé" and a reworking of "Look back in anger" - PHENOMENAL!
But best of all, of course, the opener, "Fantastic Voyage".

We're learning to live with somebody's depression
And I don't want to live with somebody's depression
We'll get by I suppose
But any sudden movement I've got to write it down
They wipe out an entire race and I've got to write it down
But I'm still getting educated but I've got to write it
down
And it won't be forgotten
'Cause I'll never say anything nice again, how can I?


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offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 11:07 [#01824531]
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are we playing the same album ? it's Kooks now.


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 11:08 [#01824533]
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i havent,but ive just bid on the videos dvd,should be on
there me thinks


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 11:12 [#01824536]
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yes, i seem to be lucky, i got Lodger with those two tracks.


 

offline warpphex from lurkston, ziltyland. (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 11:16 [#01824539]
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i would be your slave from the heathen album is on heavy
rotation at the moment it has a great bass line that reminds
me of 4 from rdj album .


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offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 11:23 [#01824553]
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i don't know why, but since i got addicted to the old
albums, i can't listen to those 90s albums. it's temporary i
think.


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-01-22 11:29 [#01824563]
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thats very normal sir.carry on.


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 11:45 [#01824572]
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His name was always buddy (got got du aaah aah aah)
And he’d shrug and ask to stay
She’d sigh like twig the wonder kid (got got du aaah)
And turn her face away

one of my fav choruses. let's sing now.


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-01-22 12:43 [#01824607]
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jamesfranco asks: "Where do you see yourself in 10
years?"

David Bowie answers: Probably Manchester. Yeah, that's a
good bet. Probably Manchester. Ooooh, no! Somerset.
Um...


heh


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-03-11 14:09 [#01857754]
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Making love with his ego
Ziggy sucked up into his mind
Like a leper messiah
When the kids had killed the man
We had to break up the band

Now Ziggy played guitar


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offline redrum from the allman brothers band (Ireland) on 2006-03-11 14:10 [#01857755]
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johni'monlydancing


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-03-11 14:13 [#01857756]
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the bowie thread lives,IT LIVES................


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-03-11 14:13 [#01857757]
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check ignition
and may god's love be with you


 

offline qrter from the future, and it works (Netherlands, The) on 2006-03-11 14:29 [#01857773]
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I've been really enjoying "outside" lately.

I think it's the only '90s album that still holds up, that
doesn't sound dated.


 

offline mjs on 2006-03-12 11:32 [#01858276]
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bowie bowie bowie


 

offline evolume from seattle (United States) on 2006-03-12 11:48 [#01858297]
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I think my favorite is Low. but it's a close call between
that and ziggy stardust.



 

offline evolume from seattle (United States) on 2006-03-12 11:56 [#01858311]
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i too really enjoy his semi-industrial phase, Alex.


 

offline Drunken Mastah from OPPERKLASSESVIN!!! (Norway) on 2006-03-12 11:58 [#01858314]
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hahaha, that's awesome!

..and David B is indeed quite good, though a bit gay at
times.


 

offline uzim on 2006-03-12 12:00 [#01858322]
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i have "Outside" and "Heathen".

i have difficulty expressing my feelings about "Outside"...
it's good but there's something/there are some things i'm
not sure i like. i'm not sure what exactly. i know the
"story" of the album, don't know if it's related... my last
listen of this album was some months ago, i'd have to give
it a spin again. 'Outside' (the title-track) is very good,
'The Heart's Filthy Lesson' too.

"Heathen" is really good, except 'Everyone Says Hi' which is
too happy/naive-sounding to my taste (despite the lyrics
which can be ambiguous) and 'A Better Future' which is far
too much of that (and also too
"radio-friendly"/predictable). if i skip this last one or
those two, it's a very solid album. especially tracks 5 to
8. '5:15 The Angels Are Gone' sounds a bit like Peter
Gabriel somehow (which isn't a bad thing to me).


 

offline evolume from seattle (United States) on 2006-03-12 12:00 [#01858323]
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some of history's best music was made great by one of two
things:

1. gay

2. heroin


 

offline Drunken Mastah from OPPERKLASSESVIN!!! (Norway) on 2006-03-12 12:04 [#01858327]
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while that is true for, as you say, some of historys
best music, the majority of historys best music was made by
sober heterosexual people.


 

offline evolume from seattle (United States) on 2006-03-12 12:06 [#01858329]
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Heathen is quite recent. I agree with you about that
"everyone says hi" track. it is easily my least favorite
bowie track ever.

I like the recent bowie stuff too but, of course, not as
much as his classics.


 

offline hobbes from age on 2006-03-12 13:42 [#01858453]
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Baby, I've been
breaking glass
In your room again

(listen)

Don't look at the carpet,
I drew something awful on it

See

You're such a wonderful person
But you got problems oh-oh-oh-oh
I'll never touch you


 

offline evolume from seattle (United States) on 2006-03-12 20:52 [#01858741]
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.

Every chance, every chance that I take
I take it on the road
Those kilometers and the red lights
Never looking left or right
Oh, but I'm always crashing in the same car

Jasmine, I saw you creeping
As I pushed my foot down to the floor
Round and round the hotel garage
Must have been touching close to 94
Oh, but I'm always crashing in the same car

Yeah yeah yeah yeah

.



 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-03-14 00:50 [#01859361]
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i think i agree about Outside. i couldn't stand Heathen and
EaRtHLinG has only single tracks that i like, it sounds like
a bag of of outtakes from Outside.

i need to check Black tie white noise.....and those Tin
Machine albums though i read some bad reviews.

and Reality is one of the best gifts i got.


 

offline hanal from k_maty only (United Kingdom) on 2006-03-14 01:32 [#01859373]
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ive just loaded the car with all my bowie cds,i declare
national david bowie day.


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-03-14 01:38 [#01859374]
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....and i got "the man who sold the world" yesterday !
hell/yeah !


 

offline Matvey from Kiev (Ukraine) on 2006-03-14 02:12 [#01859379]
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i liked some songs from the Labirynth soundtrack while i
watched theat movie. Later i got it on mp3 and it's been
less nice without the motion picture. what else is there t0
say... He sux and is afraid of americans! :)


 

offline carvin77 from Timisoara (Romania) on 2006-03-14 04:18 [#01859420]
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www


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-03-14 04:24 [#01859422]
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hahahha :) i haven't heard the Labyrinth OST so i can't
really agree/disagree !

if he sucks anyone - i just can't tell either


 

offline evils on 2006-03-14 04:26 [#01859423]
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TVC 15 (from station to station) is an awesome song and
nothing beats Magic Dance from Labyrinth OST.


 

offline obara from Lush Dance Music on 2006-04-04 14:40 [#01872313]
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some or many journalists told some or lots of bad things
about the "never let me down" album. what is your say about
it ?

i'm listening...and it sounds right.


 


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