at least we still got the living GOAT songwritter axl rose lads
How many of you were introduced to him in the labyrinth?
>put on the album after hearing the news
>get to Lazarus
Fuck me, man. I was beginning to suspect something was up when that song came out but I didn't think it would happen this fast.
THIS WAY, OR NO WAY
OH, I'LL BE FREE
Some years ago my cat got bound up with a furball from hell and quit eating. My sis and I couldn't afford to take him to the vet, so we went to the living room where he liked to lay, dragged out the TV and put Labyrinth on repeat for pretty much a week. We fed him baby food and a calorie supplement for cats through a feeding syringe, and gave him vaseline to help loosen the ball. That movie, mostly David Bowie and his incredible swagger and flamboyance, kept us smiling. One day, our cat suddenly waddled off to his litter box and unleashed the spawn of Satan himself, the most awful cat shit ever pooped out of a cats asshole. My sis and I have loved Bowie ever since. Years later I have him here on my lap, petting him as he's dozing off.
It's insane, I've never lost anybody before. My grandma is still alive, nobody is seriously ill. I've never had someone I loved die, until now. It's a really weird feeling, even if it wasn't the kind of close love reserved for only family, but it's still love. I understand that feeling now in just the slightest way, and it fucking terrifies me to think of what's in store for me later on in life.
Anyway, R.I.P and great respect to a fucking legend
Shit this is too much. Thank you for the good times based Bowie. You were basically the coolest man to ever have lived.
>all those threads reminding us that Bowie will die someday
>today is that day
Holy shit, I browsed /mu/'s David Bowie General thread yesterday while listening to Blackstar for only the third time and a lot of Anons posted something like "I can't wait to see what direction he goes from here on!"
Fuck this shit, I was kinda sad about Lemmy, but now I'm devastated about Bowie....
>Meh, I was all ready too young to experience his badass concerts
Bowie tended to sound better live which is rare in music imo, alot of artists are so dependent on studio changes to sound great they suck at live performances, not Bowie though.