David Bowie - Earthling CD (album) cover


David Bowie


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2.70 | 90 ratings

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4 stars Rating: 8/10

Bowie recovers his underground and always advanced-for-the-time style, now in the '90s.

Corrosive, aggressive; some times too much filled with claustrophobic and lo-fi beats but that's exactly what makes it weird, yes a WEIRD album in Bowie's catalogue after almost four decades creating some of the most inventive and fantastic music in rock and sideways genres.

A perfect summary could be "Dead Man Walking" through its exhausting electro dance march, or "Seven Years in Tibet".

By the way "Little Wonder" manages to obtain 3 golden prizes:

*the perfect album opener. *one of Bowie's last great singles. *definitely one of Bowie's greatest tracks ever.

Mattiias | 4/5 |


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