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THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS

David Bowie

 

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4.16 | 389 ratings

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Memo_anathemo
4 stars I know David Bowie was introduced to the progarchives mainly because of this album. I don't think The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars has real progressive music, but the whole concept of the album, and the repercussions it had in the world of glam rock are unquestionable. The album is indeed a basic to any collection of music, not only progressive, but general. David Bowie is one of those musicians who needs to be heard album after album to see and understand completely why he is in this page. Every single song is different, every single album is entirely different from the other. The Rise and Fall (...) is consistent and coherent. I would say that my favorite track is the very first one "Five Years", which goes little by little rising and rising, and once it reaches a peak, it will never fall throughout the entire album. A really good album and a classic to possess!
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