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  1. It seems to me this forum gets very excited any time a classic artist who has been dormant or inconsistent for a long time releases something new that actually lives up to their classic material. We've seen it with Judas Priest's Firepower, Styx's The Mission and Crash Of The Crown, Rush's own Clockwork Angels, and more. But who do you think really had the greatest late career revitalization?
  2. Here's your chance to rank Bowie's albums! You don't have to go through the whole discography, but rank whatever you can!
  3. "One day in 1981 Bowie reunited with Queen in a recording studio in Switzerland, with the intention of doing vocals for the song “Cool Cat” . David got bored and suggested writing a new song from scratch. According to Mark Blake, author of a biography of Freddie Mercury, they began a 24 hours marathon of wine and cocaine and ended up with this musical gem." From: http://www.superstarmagazine.com/how-under-pressure-sounds-without-music-freddie-mercury-and-david-bowie-a-cappella/
  4. I was just listening to the new Bowie single and I really like it, it's good. It's got a really cool vibe and sounds like the Bowie of the late 70s and 1980, to me at any rate. I was just reading that this new single is the most understated and mellow song on the album and they chose it because they wanted to ease Bowie back into the public consciousness after his 10 year hiatus. They didn't want to shock him back into our systems. Apparently this new album rocks too with plenty of high octane stuff! :haz: I'll be getting the deluxe edition which includes three all new bonus tracks! Which makes the total album length just over 60 minutes. Who else is grabbing the new Bowie? :hi: :guitar:
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