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LET'S DANCE

David Bowie

 

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2.85 | 137 ratings

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LakesideRitchie
3 stars Why all the harsh reviews on this album? Alright, it may not be as progressive as his earlier attemps. In fact there's only two slightly progrelated tracks on the entire album, namely Without You and Ricochet, but as a pop album it actually works pretty well. Yes, it was a watershed record compared to Bowie's back catalogue. In that sense it can be compared to "Young Americans", which stood miles apart from the albums before that. But it's still far better than the rubbish Bowie's musical contemporaries were spouting in 1983. So give this album a spin, put on your headphones and listen to it without prejudice (courtesy of George Michael). You will undergo a melodically satisfactory journey with great sound effects and an outstanding production by Nile Rogers. Enjoy! Three stars as a "progressive" album, four stars when considered a pop album.
LakesideRitchie | 3/5 |

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