Considering that Bowie spent the run-up to writing this coked-to-the-point-of-psychosis in Los Angeles, not sleeping for six days at a time, eating only red and green peppers and milk and filming the alienated sci-fi masterpiece The Man Who Fell To Earth, it’s not surprising that it sounds whacked.
Cold, ambitious and disconnected, it’s a fascinating, psychotically deep album, with much to be read between the white lines.
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- Mar 4, 2013
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- Jan 8, 2013
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