>>61979323 Well, unexpectedly unhostile response. Obviously being different doesn't make it better, I was just arguing against the faux-nostalgia point. It is brilliant though, I really think it's one of his best. And the lyrical content becomes very powerful post-death
>>61979438 Well, I'd say Scary Monsters, Hunky Dory, Station to Station, Outside, and Heathen are all brilliant. Maybe go for Station to Station first, sort of funk tinged art rock. Hunky Dory is Bowie at his classic pop best. Scary Monsters has a great blend of Bowie's sounds and is very unique. Outside and Heathen are very strong later releases.
>>61979438 >I certainly like 'tis a pity' and 'blackstar' but am yet to decide on the others. maybe you have to digest a bit the new sound. That said, when I first heard blackstar on youtube I thought it was shit, now I really like it (I guess on youtube it may be much more audio compressed).
>tfw your dad only likes blues-rock, dad rock and pleb soul >loves "Lazarus" after just hearing a short clip >buys Blackstar, literally the only non-compilation album in the only supermarket in town to sell CDs >listens to it 4 times in 2 days, says it's the best he's ever heard by Bowie
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