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LET'S DANCE

David Bowie

 

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Mattiias
3 stars Rating: 7/10

Definitively the peak of Bowie's efforts in a decade in which he almost always -but in this occasion- got there late.

But here he develops an instinctive bunch of '80s classics that now can be considered as some of the greatest singles in his career.

He also seems to fit with the ultimate "pop" and "new wave" tendencies, adapting his sound, style (artistic and visual) and voice and not getting out of context, as with other "pop attempts" works.

"Modern love", "China girl" and "Let's dance" are a perfect single trilogy and an impressive kick- off for a record that definitively starts with the right foot.

Then, the rest is pretty much a little bit upper Bowie's pop material; under this sign, we find "Cat people (putting out fire)" just a step forward from the rest.

Mattiias | 3/5 |

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