Always felt this was the weakest track on the album, though Right is close.
there was a song that I believe was in young americans that was featured in the five years bowie documentary
it was black and white footage of Bowie with Luther and other singers
cant remember the damn song
I'm not saying Pornograffiti was a GREAT album, but it had some good moments... aside from the HORRENDOUS smash-hit "More than Words," which was apparently every teen girl's favorite song in fall of 1990.
>*Bowie moaning orgasmically over an rnb background*
Either is incorrect. Those are easily the best songs. Win and Fascination are close.
The worst song is the cover of Across the Universe.
I could maybe get behind this one.
This is the obvious example for me. But Remain in Light is another example.
The worst or one of the weaker songs being the most popular seems to be a a thing for a lot of Genesis albums.
>most popular song from Selling England is I Know What I Like
>most popular song from A Trick of the Tail is A Trick of the Tail
>most popular song from Wind & Wuthering is Your Own Special Way
>most popular song from Duke is Misunderstanding
>most popular song from Abacab is No Reply At All
>most popular song from Invisible Touch is In Too Deep
>most popular song from We Can't Dance is I Can't Dance
Although you could argue that We Can't Dance is a shit album as a whole, but the title track is the absolute worst.
This is probably one of the most damning examples as it shipwrecked the rep of the band's entire catalogue in all serious discussion of music, and they are now seen as twee hipster trash despite it not being fitting of them at all.