As a massive Bowie fan I don't know which one is better. Station to Station or Heros?
I love both but I feel like the formula to "Heros" was done better on Low and perfected on Outside.1. So my vote goes to Station to Station for its nightmare/isolated feeling.
This is true, he rarely played any of the songs from it live because what little he remembered was pretty spooky. I doubt it was one of David's favorites. There for "Hiros." Just for one day.
It's probably half truth half fiction
I'm sure he really doesn't remember huge chunks of the recording process, but he probably has at least some memories of it.
Anyway, Station to Station is the superior Bowie album
Heroes is a close 2nd
I've been a huge Bowie fan for years but I've never fully listened to "Heroes", I get about half way through and then something happens so I have to stop listening but I've never really enjoyed the tracks I've heard.
Station to Station is my favourite Bowie album though
Beauty and the Beast, V2-Schneider, title track, Moss Garden, Secret Life of Arabia
I know Low is better, but Lodger will always be my pet favorite. Overlooked and underrated.
And better than Heroes.
>clearly articulating to you that it's retarded to call StS a missing link when it is, in fact, the actual link between those two records.
I'm not even that anon, but I thought I should let you know you've embarrassed yourself.