Reuniting with Brian Eno for the first time since the 70s, David Bowie created ‘1. Outside’, a complex work in which murder becomes an ‘art’.
A classy collection of accomplished pop, David Bowie’s ‘Tonight’ album deserves to step out from the shadows.
The ‘Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)’ album saw David Bowie making peace with his past while setting himself up for a new decade.
Refined and more accessible than the band’s debut album, ‘Tin Machine II’ deserves far greater recognition among David Bowie’s work.
Had he experienced life on Mars, or were David Bowie’s different coloured eyes the result of something more down to Earth? Here’s the story…
The result of ‘a genius moment’ in the studio, Under Pressure found David Bowie helping Queen rise to the occasion.
David Bowie’s ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’ remains a seminal album in a galaxy of its own.
Consigning Ziggy Stardust to the past, the Diamond Dogs tour – and ‘David Live’ album – saw Bowie move into his ‘plastic soul’ phase.
David Bowie’s first album of the 21st century, ‘Heathen’ found the rock god on rare form and inspired by his surroundings.
An amalgam of glam-rock, proto-punk aggression and a jarringly Orwellian worldview, David Bowie’s ‘Diamond Dogs’ album is still the bollocks.
Raw, explosive and highly prophetic, Tin Machine’s debut album is a misunderstood work that helped David Bowie rediscover his voice.
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