The first single released from David Bowie's first album in 10 years, "Where Are We Now?", is an anomaly. It is gentler, slower and lighter than
the other 13 songs on "The Next Day," this musical chameleon's return to rock 'n' roll.
Bowie and producer Tony Visconti, who helped shaped his sound in the 1970s as well as produce seven T. Rex records, have struck gold in creating a
work that is modern and well-connected to the artist's fabled sonic-past.
edit on Fri Mar 1 2013 by DontTreadOnMe because: (no reason given)
Im a tad bowie obsessed. did you know theyre streaming the album on itunes until it is released for free. goto the page where you biy the album and
you can play it from there its a real beauty. it feels like a best of Bowie album even though they are all original songs. perfect
Its well worth it even of you delete itunes straight afterwards. but there is also something to be said for waiting too. havent been this excited
about a new album for years he created just the perfect level of buzz at just the right time. looking forward to having my own copy I want to go for a
weekend to berlin and stroll around with all his berlin influenced stuff on my mp3 :0) i think youll love the album it has something for everyone most
are more like the "stars are out.." than "were are we now" and most are actually stronger than the first singles its a good time to be a Bowie fan.
eta. all views expressed are completely biased and proud of it hehe
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