David Bowie - Low
NME.COM feature on David Bowie - Low album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 21 August 2006
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- Speed Of Life (1999 Digital Remaster)
- Breaking Glass (1999 Digital Remaster)
- What In The World (1999 Digital Remaster)
- Sound And Vision (1999 Digital Remaster)
- Always Crashing In The Same Car (1999 Digital Remaster)
- Be My Wife (1999 Digital Remaster)
- A New Career In A New Town (1999 Digital Remaster)
- Warszawa (1999 Digital Remaster)
- Art Decade (1999 Digital Remaster)
- Weeping Wall (Instrumental) (1999 Digital Remaster)
- Subterraneans (1999 Digital Remaster)
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David Bowie - Low: Wikipedia Album Entry
"Low" is a 1977 album by British musician David Bowie.
Widely regarded as one of his most influential releases, "Low" was the first of the "Berlin Trilogy", a series of collaborations with Brian Eno (though the album was actually recorded mainly in France and only mixed in West Berlin).
The experimental, avant-garde style would be further explored on ""Heroes"" and "Lodger". The album's working title was "New Music Night and Day".
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