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'HOURS...'

David Bowie

 

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3.49 | 74 ratings

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snobb
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4 stars Bowie is finishing old millenium with return to form!

He always was one of best musicians in my list. During his long career he changed his musical styles many times, but always was in close touch with time. Even if I didn't like too much his after -"Let's Dance" releases, he just tried to be actual again, in modern sound of nineties.

But on his "hours..." he returned back in more classical "Bowie style ", just on new , more mature level, again.

Yes there is less experimentation or new trends on this album, but you can hear Bowie as musician, who spend all his life in prog-pop avant guarde, and now just using his all experience for mature product.

Perfect melodies, nice sound, ok - a little bit "too normal" music, but of highest quality. It's question of taste, but for me this last Bowie musical period looks very logical, and I just enjoy the music ( next two albums are made at the same level and same musical direction).

snobb | 4/5 |

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