One of these threads. Didn't see one in the catalog.
Ah, I understand. I'm not as into his pop art stuff, I still like it, but it is really overhyped. That said, it did help change how I look at the world. His work in cinema has always been a huge influence on my own films though. I wish she took note of them when she made the disaster that is the video for Kill v. Maim
>There are people on this board who don't believe this is one of Bowie's best albums
haha not every non-house song with a synth is a techno song nigga
Is there anyone on mu who likes Warhol? His thing seems like vapid attention-grabbing to me.
i sincerely hope this is bait
but if its not
plz listen to Greetings from Asbury Park NJ and Nebraska
hahaha i <3 PCO but that's good
yes. black tie white noise is a true bowie album. most things on that album were bowie's ideas and were implemented by bowie himself under nile rodgers' production.
the arrangements are lush and sophisticated, the music is a deconstruction of black dance, funk and soul music, with the overall philosophy of the album being somewhat of a peaceful and warm, calling to unity. the music is highly emotional for its genre (dance, pop, funk, soul). take pallas athena for example, it was one of his biggest achievements, but never quite managed to make charts, while its remixes were hit in european dance clubs. needles to mention the emotional peaks of the album, the title track and don't let me down & down. the title track is a masterpiece, sounding like a neverending sophisti-pop anthem... the culmination of bowie's work.
got so lazy that I didn't even finish it but have my attempt