I still can't believe he's gone man.
My favorite bowie album is Low
I used to be anti-Bowie, but his death converted me. I never realized how much I really appreciated his existence.
Even meme school makes me love him. I dont want to, but i cant avoid it.
Depends if you enjoyed Blackstar you should go for his more experimetal stuff:
Try out "Outside" and maybe even "Black Tie White Noise" (if you enjoy jazzy elements) from there you should listen to "Station to Station", "Low", "Heroes" and "Lodger". If you are hooked feel free to discover as you please, but I suggest listen to his earlier records, starting with "The Man Who Sold The World" maybe, first after that.
No, start at the beginning.
You don't have to finish his debut record, but you need to at least hear what he was going for when he started. It sort of echoes his later work.
But literally just listen to all of it. Even the mediocre Bowie records are better than average.
My favorite album is the lesser known pic related.
It's heroes because sense of doubt -> moss garden -> neuron helped me get to sleep in a comfortable, relatively peaceful place during a huge depressive bout, and because 'Blackout' is basically the most badass song ever made besides maybe 'breaking glass'