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PunkyTheDog
(mortal with potential)
01/04/06 06:27 PM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: bibiStardust]  

Nine Inch Nails is great. I'm sure we're all aware of the touring they did with Bowie. But, yeah, I fuckign love NIN. It's actually because of them I got into Bowie. (Sub-story: I bought the Lost Highway soundtrack to get the 1 NIN track on there and the 2 Trent Reznor tracks. On that cd was I'm Deranged (Edit) and I'm Deranged (Reprise), my first real exposure to Bowie).



Shelle
(crash course raver)
01/04/06 11:19 PM
Re: I Bow Down new [re: EJ]  

Yah, but for once the Frog is right. You Germans are so arrogant you only recognize it as a personality trait in others.

You'd think you'd have learned a little humility after losing two World wars, and having to beg for US tax dollars to rebuild your country after you'd messed it up.

He'll have you wrestling midgets in border towns for ten percent of the net.


Basil the Spy
(crash course raver)
01/04/06 11:27 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Before I got my iPod, I was listening to Reality a ton. I love that album. Since then, I mostly listen to my iPod on shuffle, which contains 50% David Bowie. That's a great way to listen. It's like having my own radio station with nothing but songs that I like.

BASIL T. SPY


ghostlove
(crash course raver)
01/05/06 00:19 AM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: PunkyTheDog]  

'Lost Highway' is a great soundtrack. It's an excellent intro to industrial, plus they throw in some Lou Reed. A wonderfully, dynamic album. On the Bowie topic, I've been on more of a song kick as opposed to listening to entire albums. I've been loving "Joe the Lion", "V-2 Schneider", "Five Years", "The Man Who Sold The World"(SNL version), "Scary Monsters..", and "Ashes to Ashes".

crack



FastChanges
(stardust savant)
01/05/06 04:53 AM
Re: I Bow Down new [re: EJ]  

Now that's 2 nazi cunts in my Bozo filter.

I, I am a queer
And you, you are a queer too


FastChanges
(stardust savant)
01/05/06 05:02 AM
Re: NO arguing please. new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

Anyway my dearest Mathieu, what Bowie albums are you currently listening to please?


I'm afraid I answered that already. I listened to ZS on New Year's day, but now I'm in the process of listening to thousands of mp3s I recently downloaded. They are songs by artists I'm not too familiar with: Kate Bush, Neil Young, NIN, The Smiths, Sparks, Suede...

I, I am a queer
And you, you are a queer too


Forgotten_Boy
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/05/06 08:12 AM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: ghostlove]  

Most recently, Scary Monsters (the first Bowie album I ever heard and that one that intrigued me enough to explore more), and The Man Who Sold The World. How the hell did he get away with something like "Running Gun Blues"?

I think you could be mistaken...

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/05/06 03:03 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

In reply to:

It is "listening to", not "listening too".


Whatever? anyway what really matters is that members are posting here, giving me a big insight into others tastes and hopefully giving me new listening patterns.

Thanks for correcting my spelling

Maybe I should have been trendy and called the thread...Wot Bowie albums R U listening 2?


In reply to:

The Smiths, Sparks


Well this thread does state Bowie albums... still not to worry Mathieu, when the new Morrissey album comes out, that will be Bowiesque enough to be included here

Today I heard Earthling and the bonus disc of wonderful mixes.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

RabbitFighter
(acolyte)
01/05/06 03:13 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. [re: diamondogz74]  

Can't say I've listened to any Bowie lately. Even Station to Station and Young Americans have fell off the loop for one reason or another. Today's musical diet consisted of Black Box Recorder, McAlmont & Butler, Kirsty MacColl and Patti Smith.

“Keats and Yeats may be on your side, but I’m on Morrissey’s. Therefore, you fucking lose.”
~ Oscar Wilde on Morrissey

Claude
(big brother)
01/05/06 03:36 PM
Re: A change of scenery [re: diamondogz74]  

Now, I'm listening to Heathen..........wonderful album..........and then I will listen to Low.............

----------------------
Claude


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