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David Bowie

Thoughts: If ever there was a God in music, it is him. I really started listening to Bowie when I was a freshmen in high school, in the Spring of 1991. Back then, my favorite songs included Ziggy Stardust and Space Oddity. I never stopped liking Bowie from this point, and my collection has been growing. The summer between my junior and senior year in high school (1993), he released his first new album since I started listening to him. In was called Black Tie, White Noise. It was hardly a hit, and not very critically acclaimed, but I loved it. In September 1995 (my sophmore year in college) something happened that I thought would never happen: I saw David Bowie in concert (with Nine Inch Nails and Prick). It was truely one of the greatest times of my life. "Outside" was released soon afterwards, which I believe was the most underrated album of that year. If you like music of the industrial/gothic genre, I think you should check this out. It looks like Bowie's newest album, "Earthling" is getting the credit that it deserves, as it was nominated for 2 Grammys and the Trent Reznor remix of "I'm Afraid of Americans" is getting radio play. Earthling is becoming one of my favorite Bowie albums. If you like pseudo/jungle/techno, check it out. Currently, Bowie is working on his sequel to 1. Outside (2. Contamination) with Trent Reznor.

Bowie Midi's:
Ashes to Ashes
Cat People
Diamond Dogs
Life on Mars?
The Man Who Sold The World
Moonage Daydream
Space Oddity
Sufragette City

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I've listened to "Earthling" more than times today.