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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
12/29/05 09:52 AM
What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new  

After yesterdays thread started by PunkyTheDog, In which we talked about what version of "In The Heat Of The Morning" we liked best, I played the entire Bowie at the Beeb triple cd set and enjoyed it even more than before, I think as fans we become so used to his music we end up not hearing as much as we'd like, probably? so the idea of this thread is to let the members know what Bowie album/s you are currently listening too and maybe give others the reason to hear them again with new ears maybe, during this l-o-n-g dry spell from Bowie this would be a good way of biding our time

I'm now off to hear Aladdin Sane the anniversary edition.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Tristan
(legendary cowboy)
12/29/05 10:11 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I haven't listened to a Bowie CD since Reality was released. What's that, 2 years?

In reply to:

I'm now off to hear Aladdin Sane the anniversary edition.


I promise to break the seal on this one day.


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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
12/29/05 01:13 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Tristan]  

In reply to:



I haven't listened to a Bowie CD since Reality was released. What's that, 2 years?


Good lord! that's a mighty long time.

In reply to:

I promise to break the seal on this one day.


You are such a tease Tristan Bet you secretly wish to rip those seals off don't ya?

Next up for me is Hours...





London Bye Ta-Ta...

Bamboo7
(wild eyed peoploid)
12/29/05 01:20 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Well, let's see, I just got Stage, Ziggy Stardust the Motion Picture, and the 30th Anniversary Edition of Diamond Dogs for Christmas. So it's basically been those three in rotation non-stop since then. Must be driving my family mad, but then again, who cares.




Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring... Bananaphone!


KModerator
(thunder ocean)
12/29/05 01:20 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I've recently had a slight re-kindling to Bowie's music, giving spins to Black Tie White Noise, 1. Outside, Stage and Heathen. Outside especially sounded a lot better than I remembered it to.

On the Plaza
we're dancing slowly, lit like photographs


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
12/29/05 01:37 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Bamboo7]  

In reply to:

Must be driving my family mad, but then again, who cares.


Join the club, you certainly got some very nice albums, what a tasteful santa you had.

In reply to:

Outside especially sounded a lot better than I remembered it to.


Excatly! that was the point of this thread, to hopefully rekindle our appitite for Bowie's music until the next album, when and if ever that might be?

I feel like I'm on a great Bowie roll now.



London Bye Ta-Ta...

Maximo
(grinning soul)
12/29/05 02:39 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

From 1997-2002, I listened to no other artist than Bowie. Naturally, I have been in a dry spell ever since. Yet, "Young Americans" and "Station To Station" still continue to get a regular playing.

"My week beats your year" Lou Reed-1975

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
12/29/05 03:22 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Maximo]  

Coincidently the ones I listen too most, they just seem to belong together, almost as if it was a double album, these two albums follow one another more in my opinion than any other two.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

XAVeRY
(mortal with potential)
12/29/05 03:26 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Actually, I listen to Heathen in most these days. Hours also, yes. Occassionally "Heroes", but rarely anything else.

Except bootlegs, yes.



bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
12/29/05 03:32 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I listen to Ziggy Stardust, after putting it away during...2 or 3 years.
I didn't remember how simple it is...I mean, all the songs go very well together, and there's a real link (musically speaking) between them... It's like watching a movie : there's nothing to do, just let the music play.

I had the same feeling last time i heard Sgt Peppers.

I tried to listen to All Saint (not an album, i know, but...), but i can't hear all the songs, some of them make me feel so sad (the "Heroes" ones...).

The only album i can listen to again and again is Diamond Dogs... The best Bowie's album.

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
This is ME


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
12/29/05 03:55 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: bibiStardust]  

In reply to:

It's like watching a movie : there's nothing to do, just let the music play.

I had the same feeling last time i heard Sgt Peppers.


Yes it is, how right you are, suddenely I feel like hearing all the Bowie albums over and over again.

Interesting thought about Bowie's Ziggy album being in the same context as Sgt Peppers.




London Bye Ta-Ta...

FastChanges
(stardust savant)
12/29/05 04:50 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too? new [re: diamondogz74]  

I only listen to Christmas CDs and a Jimmy Somerville compilation these days. And Seal's acoustic album from last year's 2-CD compilation. And Annie Lennox. And Feist. And "Mamouna". And "A broken frame".

I was listening to Low/Heroes/Lodger/SM a lot earlier in the month.

"I never knew butt sex could be so sweet" - Monkeyboy

b_mardle
(electric tomato)
12/29/05 05:07 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

For the first time in a whole year, i have time again to really listen to music, like 4-5 albums a day. So nowdays there ain't a single bowie-album i havent been listening to, i have even circulated the labyrinth soundtrack on my record player. The albums i love now more then ever are hours and hunky dory.
Mayby because during the past year or so, i have spent on average only 2 days at home a week. So when ever i did had the opportunity to listen to music, i usually chose either the manic street preachers, or my favourite bowie albums. As a result, albums like hours and other reseaved minimal listening, only once in 2 months or something like that. But now that i have time to propably listen to this albums, i appreciate them more again.

I am an architect, they call me a butcher
I am a pioneer, they call me primitive
I am purity, they call me perverted


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
12/30/05 08:37 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: b_mardle]  

In reply to:


The albums i love now more then ever are hours and hunky dory.


Good choices Billy, I like to think that Hours... is Bowie's new Hunky Dory, for some reason beyond my comprehension? there are quite a few members here, who dislike Hours...

In reply to:

I only listen to Christmas CDs and a Jimmy Somerville compilation these days.


*speechless*


London Bye Ta-Ta...

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
12/30/05 09:48 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

for some reason beyond my comprehension? there are quite a few members here, who dislike Hours...


Well, i like it lot, because it's the first album i bought, but, it's not very good album... Although, when i used to play Omikron, i loved the way the music started when you came into a bar. In the end, it's a good soundtrack, not a good album.

In reply to:

I only listen to (...) Jimmy Somerville compilation these days


LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLL..... why not??

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
This is ME


Bamboo7
(wild eyed peoploid)
12/30/05 12:35 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

there are quite a few members here, who dislike Hours...



Can someone please explain this to me? I still don't understand what all the fuss is about. I love Hours...




Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring... Bananaphone!


Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
12/30/05 12:44 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Bamboo7]  

A lot of people dislike it because after outside and earthling it seems like a very simplistic album.

Here is what I think of hours...

In 1997 at the end of the 50th Birthday concert David Bowie said "I don't know where I am going next, but I promise it won't bore you". The Earthling album had been recorded by this point and all but one of the tracks had been aired at the Birthday concert. So in effect, Hours was the thing he did next. It was borne out of the sessions which produced the music for the Omikron, Nomad Soul computer game. This was then expanded into Bowie's last album of the 20th century and his last collaboration with Reeves Gabrels.

It was a strange decade for Bowie. It started with him getting a hit single with a remix of a fifteen year old track and the majority of his back catalogue unavailable to buy. It ended with him regaining a lot of his 70s respect after a run of excellent albums, which although not hugely successful by his 70s and early 80s heights, were welcomed by fans for their return to Bowie's experimental best.

Hours came along at a time when the music press were looking back. Dylan had just had a critically lauded album and the press were ready to welcome Bowie back from the wilderness. The style of Bowie�s writing was at his most introspective for the first time in a very long time. The critics harked back to Hunky dory, although apart from the few acoustic tinged numbers there was little to compare. However when taken in relation to the two albums that preceded hours this was definitely a return to "songs". Maybe for Bowie fans we didn't want songs though.

There are a few things which makes hours a lesser album for me, the main thing is the production, the album is supposed to be a return to basics but the vocals are full of these weird vocal effects that turn the back to basics brief on its' head. Ok turning things on their heads is what Bowie does best, but on this occasion it doesn't quite work.

Thursday's Child - First single off the album and a really nice song. Released on two cd singles in the UK one including a Rock mix, which brings the guitar to the front. A really nice song, not cutting edge but very personal. Bowie sounds world weary on this, but that is what the song demands, he is looking back and worrying what is still to come.

Something In The Air - A version of this was used in the film "American psycho" which is possibly better than the version on the album, Mike Garson's piano is higher in the mix. What really irritates about this track is the processed vocals. It sounds much better live, where Bowie has to sing it straight.

Survive - When I first heard this it didn't do much for me, however it did grow on me and I now think it is a really beautiful song. Reeves does some really lovely understated guitar work on this track. Two cd singles again, one with a remix, which is pretty good too. Should have been a bigger hit. Most of the album reviews highlight this track.

If I'm Dreaming My Life - Again a song I wasn't sure of when I first heard it and I always disliked the extended coda, however, upon listening to it today I decided it was a lot better than I thought. A really good backing track, and the first track on the album with a faster rhythm, at least until the end of the first section.

Seven - A really good song, the third single from the album and released on three singles. There was a mixture of live tracks, remixes and videos on the singles. A song which on first listen would appear to be about Bowie's own family, but that would be too easy. There are some good versions of this song including the faster demo version, a Marius de Vries mix and a few mixes by Beck. Probably my favourite track off the album.

What's Really Happening - Written as part of a competition on Bowie net. The winner Alex Grant was taken into the studio to see the finished song being recorded. Most people are of the consensus that this is one of the weakest songs on the album. Nothing really wrong with it, just really ordinary. Quite basic lyrics and just is a bit of a non-event.

The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell - The hardest song on the album and the song which was used to promote the song in Australia. There is an alternate version from the film Stigmata, well actually two versions, one appeared on the album and another appeared in the film. This song suffers from the processed vocals, but apart from that it is a really good song.

New Angels Of Promise - A bit dirge like but with some good touches. The backing vocals and "suspicious minds" section are really good, but the verses are a bit boring. There is an alternate version from the Omikron soundtrack which among other differences changes the suspicious minds line to Omikron.

Brilliant Adventure - A real strange one this. Sounds a bit like a "Heroes" outtake, but unlike any other Bowie instrumental this doesn't move me at all. It is too short to make an impression and is neither that melodic, nor that ambient to work as either.

The Dreamers - Surprisingly not a favourite among fans considering there are so many "Bowieisms" included. There are the "Low" style Bowie backing vocals, and a sublime lead vocal by Bowie too. The backing track is really strong too.

Why do people not like this album? I think the main reason is its' normalness compared to Outside and Earthling, most people were expecting something looking forward to the new millennium, whereas he gave them something looking back. It is the album of a man taking stock, looking to the future by reclaiming the past. His next project after this took this even further by revisiting old songs, with the unreleased Toy album.

It is not the "crap" album that some people would have you believe, but it could be a lot better. It was just a disappointing way to end the 20th century, I think most people wanted the conclusion to the Outside series of albums.


Edited by Pablo-Picasso on 12/30/05 03:16 PM (server time).



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
12/30/05 03:11 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

In reply to:

The critics harked back to Hunky dory, although apart from the few acoustic tinged numbers there was little to compare.


Maybe not so much in the sound I grant you, but in the songwriting and the lyrics, this is definitely the new Hunky Dory

Excuse me for asking Alan, but what do these symbols mean...


A good read thanks.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
12/30/05 03:14 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

The text got all messed up when I copied it, I thought I had picked out all the messed up characters, obviously I did not.



Bamboo7
(wild eyed peoploid)
12/30/05 04:42 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

Thanks for opinion, Pablo. Very well written, I completely understand what you're trying to say. And you helped me to answer my own question! I haven't been a Bowie fan for very long (sad, I know) so I wasn't impacted by these albums in the way that everyone else must have been. I picked up Hours... before I even heard of 1. Outside or Earthling! Therefore, I heard the album in it's own context and wasn't bothered by the fact that it wasn't like either of it's predecessors. And I also agree that the more one listens to it, the more it tends to grow on you. The first time I heard it, I just liked it. After a few more weeks I loved it. And now, whenever I listen to it, I have to listen to it from start to finish (not including the bonus tracks, though). I think it tends to flow very well from track to track, very much like what was said earlier about Ziggy and Sgt. Pepper's. Don't get me wrong, I'm not comparing Hours... to Ziggy, I just think that both albums have a great flow all the way through. Well, except for It Ain't Easy. I just can't get into that song.




Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring... Bananaphone!


FastChanges
(stardust savant)
12/30/05 04:59 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

"Seven" as the best song on the album? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! The weakest song of the '90s.

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


b_mardle
(electric tomato)
12/30/05 06:05 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

Well Alan, the dreamers has always been my favourite song from 'hours...'

I am an architect, they call me a butcher
I am a pioneer, they call me primitive
I am purity, they call me perverted


b_mardle
(electric tomato)
12/30/05 06:07 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: FastChanges]  

You french faggot, you can't laugh at someones musical taste

I am an architect, they call me a butcher
I am a pioneer, they call me primitive
I am purity, they call me perverted


PunkyTheDog
(mortal with potential)
12/30/05 09:28 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I haven't really bean listening to a certain album lately. I've been listening to a "compilation" of early Bowie tracks. It's interesting because after I first heard In The Heat Of The Morning (and loved it) I realized I'd never really listened to these early tracks. So I made a cd with the ones that I think fit together best (quickly though, so I didn't turn out perfect, but whatever). I must say that "I dig everything" that Bowie did around this time. Stand out tracks from my tracklisting below are The Gospel According To Tony Day, Waiting For The Man, Can't Help Thinking About Me, In The Heat Of The Morning, You've Got A Habit Of Leaving Me, I Dig Everything, Take My Tip, Let Me Sleep Beside You, and Karma Man. Yeah, that's a lot, but all of the above tracks are soooo amazing to me. I thought I'd pretty much fully assimilated all of Bowie catalogue and then I find these gems. It's really throwing me for a loop.

1. The Gospel According To Tony Day
2. Waiting For The Man
3. Columbine
4. Did You Ever Have A Dream
5. Can't Help Thinking About Me
6. Baby Loves That Way
7. Good Morning Girl
8. The Mirror
9. Louie, Louie Go Home
10. That's A Promise
11. In The Heat Of The Morning
12. You've Got A Habit Of Leaving
13. I Dig Everything
14. I'm Not Losing Sleep
15. I Pity The Fool
16. Liza Jane
17. Take My Tip
18. Let Me Sleep Beside You
19. And I Say To Myself
20. Do Anything You Say
21. Karma Man



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
12/31/05 09:05 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: PunkyTheDog]  

In reply to:

1. The Gospel According To Tony Day
2. Waiting For The Man
3. Columbine
4. Did You Ever Have A Dream
5. Can't Help Thinking About Me
6. Baby Loves That Way
7. Good Morning Girl
8. The Mirror
9. Louie, Louie Go Home
10. That's A Promise
11. In The Heat Of The Morning
12. You've Got A Habit Of Leaving
13. I Dig Everything
14. I'm Not Losing Sleep
15. I Pity The Fool
16. Liza Jane
17. Take My Tip
18. Let Me Sleep Beside You
19. And I Say To Myself
20. Do Anything You Say
21. Karma Man


What can I say! but brilliant this reminds to pop my Bowie anthology disc into the player.

Wouldn't it be lovely to discover a secret recording of these songs being sung live?


London Bye Ta-Ta...

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
12/31/05 02:41 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: b_mardle]  

In reply to:

You french faggot, you can't laugh at someones musical taste


Yes we can...see : hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
This is ME


b_mardle
(electric tomato)
12/31/05 02:42 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: bibiStardust]  



I am an architect, they call me a butcher
I am a pioneer, they call me primitive
I am purity, they call me perverted


EJ
(byroad singer)
01/02/06 06:42 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Heathen & Hunky Dory are on regularly at the moment. And some individual tracks from the "Reality Live" DVD which I ripped to mp3 for my iPod - preferably "Hallo Spaceboy", "Loving The Alien" and "Life On Mars".

And I want to believe that a light's shining through somehow


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/02/06 08:27 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: EJ]  

In reply to:

And some individual tracks from the "Reality Live" DVD which I ripped to mp3 for my iPod - preferably "Hallo Spaceboy", "Loving The Alien" and "Life On Mars".


I keep promising myself an iPod, then I go and read a post in which members say the iPods are not working properly

I've been rather hooked of late to both Heathen and Reality, realizing at last just how brilliant Reality really is.

Today I'm whacking STS into the player


London Bye Ta-Ta...

EJ
(byroad singer)
01/02/06 10:13 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

I keep promising myself an iPod, then I go and read a post in which members say the iPods are not working properly


Mine broke down as well but was easily replaced by the shop where I got it from. So don't worry.

And I want to believe that a light's shining through somehow


bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/02/06 10:31 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

the "Reality Live" DVD which I ripped to mp3


Which program do you use to do that?? I just love the way he sang and played Loving The Alien during this tour

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
This is ME


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/02/06 03:14 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: EJ]  

In reply to:

Mine broke down as well but was easily replaced by the shop where I got it from. So don't worry.


I'll treat myself one for my holiday in May and I'll have some birthday cash from March, last holiday in October there was this child aged about 6-7 running round and playing with an iPod, I felt like I came off the Ark

So this fault on yours EJ, was it like the other members stated... It kept crashing and the wheel became jammed.


In reply to:

Which program do you use to do that?? I just love the way he sang and played Loving The Alien during this tour


I haven't got a clue Bibi, best you PM EJ or Pablo, I'm sure they know.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

FastChanges
(stardust savant)
01/02/06 03:22 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: bibiStardust]  

I'd like to recommend Xilisoft DVD Audio Ripper, it's very easy to use.

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


SoulLoveChild
(acolyte)
01/02/06 03:48 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: FastChanges]  

In reply to:


"Seven" as the best song on the album? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! The weakest song of the '90s.


It ain't weaker than "Don't Let Me Down and Down" by any stretch of the imagination!

I am your future, I am tomorrow, I am the end

FastChanges
(stardust savant)
01/02/06 04:24 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: SoulLoveChild]  

Yes, but it's a cover. "Seven" was actually written by Daddy!

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


jump93
(electric tomato)
01/02/06 08:50 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

The albums I am most listening to at the moment are "Outside" and "Heathen".

Outside has been played very often since I got it in the fall of 2003. it is brilliant and his best IMO, it has Bowie written all over it, and I find it his best since Scary Monsters, including the albums released since.

"Heathen" shares the greatness of Outside but is a better collection of "songs" whereas Outside is more of a full-album experience where you really need to listen to the whole thing.

__________________________________________
What the hell is this?

Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/02/06 11:53 PM
It's only words. new [re: jump93]  

In reply to:

it has Bowie written all over it


Don't you just hate it when people do that?



b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/03/06 05:12 AM
Re: It's only words. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

Yeah, it just ruins the sleeves!

I am an architect, they call me a butcher
I am a pioneer, they call me primitive
I am purity, they call me perverted


carsten
(electric tomato)
01/03/06 06:37 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: FastChanges]  

"Seven" as the best song on the album? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! The weakest song of the '90s.

Why don't you go back and listen to your Seal albums while the grown ups are talking?

/Carsten




b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/03/06 06:44 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: carsten]  

Brilliant!

I am an architect, they call me a butcher
I am a pioneer, they call me primitive
I am purity, they call me perverted


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/03/06 07:43 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: jump93]  

In reply to:

The albums I am most listening to at the moment are "Outside" and "Heathen".


Outside is the closest Bowie album I've ever heard next to an opera, magnificent, cannot be topped IMO.

Heathen, yes wonderful of course and the closest we'll ever get to having Toy released.

I'm skipping the so called Berlin trilogy and going straight to Scary Monsters today

Damn I wish STS was longer.



London Bye Ta-Ta...

EJ
(byroad singer)
01/03/06 02:07 PM
The Ripper new [re: bibiStardust]  

In reply to:

Which program do you use to do that??


I have a programm called Maximum Copy which deals nicely with not copy protected DVDs. Unfortunately it doesn't work with proteced ones like the "Reality" live DVD. But as I have a CD recorder (it's like a tape deck but records on CDs) I recorded the Audio Out from the DVD player with it and then ripped the new CD to mp3s with iTunes. A little clumsey but definitely worthwhile with those fabulous tracks.


In reply to:

FastChanges: I'd like to recommend Xilisoft DVD Audio Ripper, it's very easy to use.


Does it crack copy protection?


In reply to:

dd74: So this fault on yours EJ, was it like the other members stated... It kept crashing and the wheel became jammed.


It only crashed once with a totally fucked hard drive.

And I want to believe that a light's shining through somehow


Bamboo7
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/03/06 04:38 PM
A change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

Just got my Deram Anthology from Half.com in today. You can't do much better than $3. Perfect condition too. Anyhoo, that's going to be living in my boom box for the next week or so.



Don't dream it, be it.

Claude
(big brother)
01/03/06 05:18 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I'm listening to Black Tie White Noise.

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

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/04/06 04:09 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: FastChanges]  

In reply to:

I'd like to recommend Xilisoft DVD Audio Ripper, it's very easy to use.


Very easy to use, but not easy to find (well, easy to find, but not to crack...thank you Emule !! )

Anyway, now i listen to Reality Live in my car !!

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
This is ME


FastChanges
(stardust savant)
01/04/06 05:17 AM
Bozo Filter: arrogant boring krauts new [re: carsten]  

The fun thing with Carsten is that he posts only about twice a week, but always manages to be at the same time utterly arrogant and completely boring.

The good thing is that he can be bozoed without making every thread unreadable.

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


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/04/06 07:32 AM
Re: A change of scenery [re: Bamboo7]  

In reply to:

Just got my Deram Anthology from Half.com in today. You can't do much better than $3. Perfect condition too. Anyhoo, that's going to be living in my boom box for the next week or so.


Can I be in your living room please? you got that very cheaply, well done, I always find that an album too really take seriously, It's a wonderful foretaste of what's to come.



In reply to:

I'm listening to Black Tie White Noise.


Great idea Claude, I was pondering on what to hear today, the main reason for this thread really, to encourage us to maybe hear some Bowie albums we wouldn't normally hear.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

EJ
(byroad singer)
01/04/06 12:22 PM
Leading By Example new [re: FastChanges]  

In reply to:

The fun thing with Carsten is that he posts only about twice a week, but always manages to be at the same time utterly arrogant and completely boring.


Arrogance and boredom are certainly no apparent features in that very post of yours. Not at all. It is interesting, informative, full of humor and kind modesty.

And I want to believe that a light's shining through somehow


FastChanges
(stardust savant)
01/04/06 12:42 PM
WW4 new [re: EJ]  

If I didn't have German friends in real life, I would think you're only a bunch of cold and useless twats.

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


EJ
(byroad singer)
01/04/06 12:46 PM
Same Style As Before new [re: FastChanges]  

You are not really arguing well in your own case, I'd say.

And I want to believe that a light's shining through somehow


FastChanges
(stardust savant)
01/04/06 02:08 PM
Re: Same Style As Before new [re: EJ]  

You're only a bunch of cold and useless twats.

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


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/04/06 02:16 PM
NO arguing please. new [re: FastChanges]  

In reply to:

I would think you're only a bunch of cold and useless twats.


NO! I won't have that said, French yes, Germans NEVER!!!

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

Today I've heard BTWN and then listened to ZSATSFM, I'm pleased I started this thread, It's given me a deeper insight into members tastes and it would appear that many of us actually have a listening plan per se, so this for me is breaking my normally ridgid routine ( due to my OCD ) of playing the same albums, In the same old order, for that, I thank you all.




London Bye Ta-Ta...

Claude
(big brother)
01/04/06 03:15 PM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

Now I'm listening to Aladdin Sane.............my god the title track is superb!!!!!


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

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/04/06 03:38 PM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: Claude]  

In reply to:

Now I'm listening to Aladdin Sane.............my god the title track is superb!!!!!


When I hear that, It reminds me of a machine starting up.

Bowie's most decadent album IMO.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

EJ
(byroad singer)
01/04/06 03:49 PM
I Bow Down new [re: FastChanges]  

In reply to:

You're only a bunch of cold and useless twats.


If you say so it must be true. And that you say so is of course not arrogant or boring but interesting, informative, humorous and modest.

And I want to believe that a light's shining through somehow


bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/04/06 04:08 PM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

I'm listening to Nine Inch Nails... I don't know that band...sounds great !!

The song called Heresy...

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
This is ME

Edited by bibiStardust on 01/04/06 04:09 PM (server time).



Claude
(big brother)
01/04/06 04:14 PM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: bibiStardust]  

Good choice! I really like their early albums.

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

b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/04/06 05:42 PM
Re: Same Style As Before new [re: FastChanges]  

In reply to:

You're only a bunch of cold and useless twats.


That is hilarious coming from a fucking froggie!


I am an architect, they call me a butcher
I am a pioneer, they call me primitive
I am purity, they call me perverted


carsten
(electric tomato)
01/04/06 06:13 PM
Re: Bozo Filter: arrogant boring krauts new [re: FastChanges]  

The fun thing with Carsten is that he posts only about twice a week, but always manages to be at the same time utterly arrogant and completely boring.

Geesh I'm sorry I forgot that this kind of behaviour is reserved for frequent posters only.

The good thing is that he can be bozoed without making every thread unreadable

I'm glad you didn't start a discussion of banning me from the board.

/Carsten






Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/04/06 06:23 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

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



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. new [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 Im on Morrisseys. Therefore, you fucking lose.
~ Oscar Wilde on Morrissey

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

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

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

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/05/06 04:05 PM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: Claude]  

In reply to:

Kirsty MacColl and Patti Smith.


Wonderful, I love them both.

In reply to:

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


BLISS



London Bye Ta-Ta...

PunkyTheDog
(grinning soul)
01/05/06 09:43 PM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

I love this thread.



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/06/06 07:06 AM
Re: A change of scenery new [re: PunkyTheDog]  

In reply to:

I love this thread.


I have you to thank for giving me the inspiration

So today thanks to EJs album verses thread, I'm hearing NLMD.

Oddly enough I never play many Bowie compilation discs, well only when I'm feeling very lazy.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

PunkyTheDog
(grinning soul)
01/06/06 09:52 PM
Re: Same Style As Before new [re: FastChanges]  

I've been listening to a lot of alternate versions and their "official" versions lately. I'm kinda comparing them all and finding out which versions, sometimes mixes, I like most.

Right now I'm listening to Battle For Britain (The Letter). Great song! Next up is Law (Earthlings On Fire). I think I'm on a Earthling kick at the moment.



Bamboo7
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/06/06 10:14 PM
Another change of scenery new [re: Bamboo7]  

I think I just overdosed on the Deram Anthology. I need to take a break...

Don't dream it, be it.

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/07/06 08:35 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: Bamboo7]  

In reply to:

I think I just overdosed on the Deram Anthology


Have you ever heard The Fogotten Songs of David Robert Jones?


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Claude
(big brother)
01/07/06 10:37 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

Now, Reality on DVD, the live version is better than the studio one.

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

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/07/06 10:47 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: Claude]  

I like both versions Claude, but yes it's nice to see him live as such.

I'm now off to give Pinups a spin, feeling in a real 1960s mood today.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Bamboo7
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/07/06 12:20 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

Not yet.

Don't dream it, be it.

Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/07/06 12:46 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: Bamboo7]  



The Forgotten Songs Of David Robert Jones
(SPQR Records SPQR5CD), 1997 (Germany)

That's A Promise/Silly Boy Blue (demo)/Love You Till Tuesday (demo)/Over The Wall We Go/When I Live My Dream (demo)/Let Me Sleep Beside You/Karma Man/Threepenny Pierrot/Columbine/The Mirror/When I Live My Dream/In the Heat of the Morning/London Bye Ta Ta/Life Is A Circus/Lover To The Dawn/Love Song/Little Toy Soldier/Waiting For The Man/Rupert The Riley/Buzz The Fuzz/Right On Mother/Lady Stardust.

From the tracklisting it immediately transpires that this is a bootleg, but for unknown reasons this CD was available through retail channels that normally do not sell bootlegs




kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/07/06 04:06 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

I've been really getting into Young Americans lately, lso Outside. But since when is that different for me? I just usually listn to his later albums the most, but I am realizing why he became so respected in the first place! I'm starting to enjoy his earlier works more than ever now.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/08/06 08:36 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: kintanofan]  

In reply to:

I've been really getting into Young Americans lately




In reply to:

I'm starting to enjoy his earlier works more than ever now.


That pleases me no end, there is way too much emphasis on his latter day material.

Space Oddity for my player today.



London Bye Ta-Ta...

kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/08/06 09:22 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

And Ziggy for today.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/09/06 09:49 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: kintanofan]  

I haven't been listening to any of his albums lately, as i haven't been home for the past 2 weeks, and it will be another 2 weeks until i finally reach home.
I would do anything right now if i could stick btwn, buddha, heathen or diamond dogs on the player. But well, at least when i reach home again, my appreciation towards bowies music has dramaticly risen.

I've been too honest with myself
I should have lied like everybody else


kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/09/06 10:02 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: b_mardle]  

Oh man,I dont think I could do it... I wish you the best of luck Billy!

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/09/06 10:08 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: kintanofan]  

Why thank you Kelly, your sympathy is much needed

I've been too honest with myself
I should have lied like everybody else


bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/09/06 02:15 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: b_mardle]  

I was about to listen to Low, but i keep it for later, when i am in bed... For the moment i listen to Arcade Fire... First song seems great !! I know they made a duet with Bowie... What's the name of the song?? i would love to see (and hear) that !!

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
If you want to know me more...and my band !


kingsteved
(crash course raver)
01/09/06 02:19 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: bibiStardust]  

I just finished listening to Buddha of Suburbia. I love the instrumentals the most on this album.



b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/09/06 03:01 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: kingsteved]  

The mysteries is SO beautiful, i just can picture myself to be in a totally different surrounding when i listen to this track.

I've been too honest with myself
I should have lied like everybody else


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/09/06 03:32 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: b_mardle]  

In reply to:

I haven't been listening to any of his albums lately, as i haven't been home for the past 2 weeks, and it will be another 2 weeks until i finally reach home.


Four weeks without any Bowie the longest I go is two weeks when I'm on holiday, even though I take my minidisc player with me, It just doesn't fit in with poolside listening, the coach and aircraft yes, you'd better slap some of those Bowie CDs into the player when you get home young man and I shall want to know what ones

I'll give Buddha a spin tomorrow, listened again today to The Forgotten Songs Of David Robert Jones, The album .love the start of "Rupert The Riley" It's such a stones rip off.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/10/06 04:09 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

you'd better slap some of those Bowie CDs into the player when you get home young man


Consider it done.

In reply to:

and I shall want to know what ones


If it's any consulation, i've been listening in my head to the buddha of suburbia quite often lately

I've been too honest with myself
I should have lied like everybody else


guiltpuppy
(crash course raver)
01/10/06 04:33 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Scary Monsters has begun appearing at regular intervals. I dropped off an mp3 CD at work featuring a variety of Bowie albums, so I can pick one at random to listen to while opening... Hopefully I'll be able to spread the taste along to co-workers. It is a goal.

To be equal you have to add or subtract and I have never liked math.

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/10/06 08:47 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: b_mardle]  

In reply to:


Consider it done.




In reply to:

Hopefully I'll be able to spread the taste along to co-workers. It is a goal.


I once asked the hospital radio service to play a few Bowie tracks, they did and quite a few patients enjoyed them, good luck with your goal.

It's David Live for me today.



London Bye Ta-Ta...

Bamboo7
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/10/06 01:44 PM
Let's see how long this subject line will last new [re: diamondogz74]  

David Live, eh dogz? I think I'll join you.

Don't dream it, be it.

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/10/06 01:51 PM
Re: Let's see how long this subject line will last new [re: Bamboo7]  

i definitely LOVE Arcade Fire... I'm trying to download Wake Up and Five years feat. Bowie...

Anyway, I think I will start to listen to Low after a last Arcade's song !

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
If you want to know me more...and my band !


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/10/06 02:46 PM
Re: Let's see how long this subject line will last new [re: Bamboo7]  

In reply to:

David Live, eh dogz? I think I'll join you.


You're more than welcome Mandy shall we spoil ourselves and hear Stage tomorrow, the track "Station To Station" in 5.1 dts audio blows ya mind, It is like a train coming through the room.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/10/06 02:58 PM
Re: Let's see how long this subject line will last new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

It is like a train coming through the room


What does effee feel about that?

I've been too honest with myself
I should have lied like everybody else


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/10/06 03:13 PM
Re: Let's see how long this subject line will last new [re: b_mardle]  

In reply to:

What does effee feel about that?


Well it startled her on first hearing, but she is quite an amazing little doggie, she takes all aspects of life in her stride, she has two pet hates, postmen and anything with wheels on it, bicycles being her arch enemy lol.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

b_mardle
(electric tomato)
01/10/06 03:18 PM
Re: Let's see how long this subject line will last new [re: diamondogz74]  

HAH

I've been too honest with myself
I should have lied like everybody else


Claude
(big brother)
01/10/06 07:52 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

I'm listening to "Pin Ups" too...........See Emily Play is terrific!!!

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

Claude
(big brother)
01/10/06 07:57 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Tristan]  

Tristan welcome back!!!

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

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/11/06 08:44 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: Claude]  

Pinups is a great cover album, not sure what to listen to today after David Live finishes, Ah! I know... Hunky Dory


London Bye Ta-Ta...

kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/11/06 09:45 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

Reality Live, At The Point, Dublin.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/11/06 10:14 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: kintanofan]  

Great idea! I have that thanks to Alan ( Pablo ), you've given me a new listen today, thanks


London Bye Ta-Ta...

jump93
(electric tomato)
01/11/06 05:29 PM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

I think I shall listen to that bootleg also, thanks to Anthony who gave me a copy a few years ago now.

__________________________________________
Interweb!

kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/12/06 00:11 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: jump93]  

Alan (Pablo) also got me my copy! And I am eternally grateful....

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/12/06 07:42 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: jump93]  

In reply to:


I think I shall listen to that bootleg also, thanks to Anthony who gave me a copy a few years ago now.


In reply to:

Alan (Pablo) also got me my copy! And I am eternally grateful....


This is how a good forum should work, we help one another and share Bowie's great music.

Guess I better start with the so called "Berlin Trilogy"* today, so Low it is

* I know it's just a term.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/12/06 08:10 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: diamondogz74]  

Try Eno trilogy.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Illustrated Discography
Bassman
Helden

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/12/06 08:19 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

I don't like the name Eno, reminds of liver salts


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Nature_Boy
(crash course raver)
01/12/06 08:22 AM
Re: Another change of scenery new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

After going through a long patch of not listening to much Bowie, i made amends by listening to Diamond Dogs, Scary Monsters and "Heroes".

I've been cataloging my CD's on a databse i downloaded which prompted a few "what the hell" listens after trauling through my collection. So i listened to the You Belong In Rock N' Roll single and the Labyrinth soundtrack!

Its about time I had a signature

The Thin White Duke: David Bowie Tribute Band

RabbitFighter
(acolyte)
01/12/06 10:25 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

For some odd reason I listened to Tin Machine today while making a dinner. In all honesty it was a hell of a lot better than I remembered. Certainly some of the songs sounds like something that your everyday pubrockers play to earn their living but few of the numbers, especially Under the God packed enough drive and aggression to make it all worthwhile.

Keats and Yeats may be on your side, but Im on Morrisseys. Therefore, you fucking lose.
~ Oscar Wilde on Morrissey

EJ
(byroad singer)
01/12/06 10:42 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: RabbitFighter]  

In reply to:

especially Under the God packed enough drive and aggression to make it all worthwhile.


That's the one for me on the album too. TM also delivered a fiery live version of it at their Berlin show. If the album only had more of that kind.

And I want to believe that a light's shining through somehow


bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/12/06 11:48 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: EJ]  

Wake Up, by arcade fire and DB...

Funeral is the best album since Scary Monster lol !!

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
If you want to know me more...and my band !


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/12/06 03:25 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: RabbitFighter]  

I feel I'm being brow beaten into buying Tin Machine tell you what... I shall buy Tin Machine 1, then I can make my own mind up, you all win.

Heard the Sigma Sound Sessions tonight, a very fine boot that Alan kidly made me and one of my favs, that and the supposed Young Americans bonus album.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

KModerator
(thunder ocean)
01/12/06 08:06 PM
Bowie and others... new [re: K]  

I don't think I've listened to any Bowie albums since I last replied to this thread (Can, Gary Numan and John Foxx being my main men at the moment), but today I happened to drop by the Illusitrated Discography and ended up reading the article on the Outside outtake tape, which tempted me to give a spin to my own Outside outtake disc, after which the Outside and Earthling bonus discs both got a spin as well (after which I switched into Tubeway Army mode, as my gf isn't home I decided to make the best of it and listen to the albums that she doesn't like).

Vastakkainasettelun aika ei ole ohi.
mieti ket nestt.

kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/12/06 09:38 PM
Re: Bowie and others... new [re: K]  

diamonddogz74, it's about time you've had Tin Machine!
Today, I listened to a long lost Bowie misx I made last year sometime. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I forgot what was on it, and was pleasantly surprised at my selction of songs.
It started with "I Keep Forgettin'" and had the likes of "Something In The Air", "Pablo Picasso", "Nature boy", "Ashes To Ashes", etc. It was a fun listen...

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/13/06 06:25 AM
Re: Bowie and others... new [re: kintanofan]  

In reply to:

diamonddogz74, it's about time you've had Tin Machine!


Couldn't agree more, so I am buying it, will listen to a really fab boot that Alan ( Pablo ) made me today, It's of the "Glass Spider Tour", after that spider ornament on eBay brough my attention to this 80s period.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/13/06 07:22 AM
Re: Bowie and others... new [re: diamondogz74]  



-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Illustrated Discography
Bassman
Helden

kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/13/06 09:41 AM
Re: Bowie and others... new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

Glass Spider Ornament!! Did you get it? How Wonderful.

I've been still listening to that mix. Although I plan to listen to Hours in about an hour.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

EJ
(byroad singer)
01/13/06 10:19 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

What Bowie album/s are you listening too.


No, I don't think the What Bowie album is listening too.

And I want to believe that a light's shining through somehow


bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/13/06 03:36 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: EJ]  

I'm listening to Hours extras cd...Some stuffs sound great, like Something In The Air (American Psycho remix), and New Angels Of Promise, I love The Nomad Soul version. And Dreamers is definetely the best song from hours...

Sorry once again but i think after We All Go Through, i will go back to Arcade Fire. I can't live with this album! I think it will stay in my car for a couple of months !

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
If you want to know me more...and my band !


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/14/06 08:43 AM
Re: Bowie and others... new [re: Electric_Irons_And_T]  

In reply to:

Glass Spider Ornament!! Did you get it? How Wonderful.


Only a fool would part with all that money for a chunk of glass, way too expensive.


In reply to:

No, I don't think the What Bowie album is listening too.


Considering this thread was started on the 29th December 2005 and you only now notice that! well done EJ.<<>>


Today I am listening to: Wealth and Authority, once again thanks Alan


London Bye Ta-Ta...

looking glass
(acolyte)
01/20/06 01:00 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

i bet, in over a hundred responses, that someone picked on you for your grammar. i'll keep that to a minimum and just get straight to the point.

i've had a perpetual boner for heroes and aladdin sane lately. latter day renaissance , if you will.

i'm a mean motherfucker now but i once was cool

schizophrenic
(stardust savant)
01/20/06 02:58 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: looking glass]  

I've just realised recently how much I love Diamond Dogs. Is that one of the best albums ever or what?



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/20/06 04:01 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: looking glass]  

In reply to:

i've had a perpetual boner for heroes and aladdin sane lately. latter day renaissance , if you will.


I'm all for perpetual boners, especially after viewing your photograph

Today I listed to Lodger, I like it, but it's such a bitty album, almost as though it's just slung together out of scraps, but like it I do.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

EuropeanCanon
(crash course raver)
01/20/06 07:45 PM
Who'll love Aladdin Sane? new [re: looking glass]  

In reply to:

i've had a perpetual boner for heroes and aladdin sane lately. latter day renaissance , if you will.


For whatever reason I hadn't listened to any Bowie album for fuck knows how long. I still don't feel particularly compelled to listen to any Bowie if the truth be told. However, I've been drawn recently to just one Bowie album: Aladdin Sane.

Weird. I'd always considered 1976-80 to be my favourite Bowie period, but after my lengthy Bowie sabbatical and a general declining interest in Bowie I find I'm becoming increasingly attracted to the Ziggy era stuff to the complete exclusion of the rest. So much so, I'm think I'm gonna dust off Pin Ups soon and give it a listen. (C'mon, you gotta love Aynsley Dunbar's scattergun drumming if nothing else)

Why should that be I wonder? Nietzsche would exclaim, "Ziggy is dead!", Confucius would give the nod towards nostalgia, Freud would probably say it's because I'm sexually repressed, an astrologer would suggest Uranus is in the ascendancy, while my mother would say it's because I'm not eating enough roughage.

So yeah, I've got a boner for Ziggy at the mo and a bit of a semi for Young Americans


I think we all get that feeling what can I do to help the human race then you probably like me say fuck it theirs something on the TV - JamieSim

Strawman
(acolyte)
01/20/06 07:57 PM
Re: Who'll love Aladdin Sane? new [re: EuropeanCanon]  

In reply to:

So yeah, I've got a boner for Ziggy at the mo and a bit of a semi for Young Americans


Christ! Take Viagra & you'll be humping the missus to the tune of Memory Of A Free Festival next.



Claude
(big brother)
01/22/06 05:08 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Now .....I'm listening to "Hunky Dory"..............

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

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/23/06 03:40 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Claude]  

I can't hear any music right now, i'm working... :(

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
If you want to know me more...and my band !


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/23/06 06:28 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Claude]  

And I'm just listening again to Aladdin Sane 30th anniversary edition, before I pop out to the post box Alan


London Bye Ta-Ta...

kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/23/06 08:58 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I watched the Motion Picture last night, until "My Death" at least. That's as far as I ever get for lack of time. What an ironic song to stop at! Maybe I shall try to watch it from My Death instead of the beginning next time.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/23/06 10:05 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: kintanofan]  

In reply to:

Maybe I shall try to watch it from My Death instead of the beginning next time.


From My Death to Rock'n Roll Suicide... same theme...

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
If you want to know me more...and my band !

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Claude
(big brother)
01/23/06 03:29 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Now...I'm listening to "Live and Well com"..........

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

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/23/06 04:10 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Claude]  

I have that album Claude, It's very good.

I'm hoping the postman will bring me some different Bowie things to watch and hear this week? but for now I'm logging off to hear David Live in 5.1 dts.

I am very excited about hearing Young Americans in 5.1 dts soon.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/23/06 06:54 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

It was Pin-Ups for me today!

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/24/06 02:09 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: kintanofan]  

As far as i'm concerned, i'm about to get into a Placebo's phase...well, their last album rocks !! ;) I can't wait to see them in live again...

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
If you want to know me more...and my band !


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/24/06 08:26 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: kintanofan]  

Yeah I do love that album, I was rather disappointed as the years went by that no Pinups II was released, I'm not sure if one was even planned? but I suspect he could have recorded some good 1970s covers... "Ladytron" for one by Roxy Music.

For me today it's Stage.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

PunkyTheDog
(grinning soul)
01/24/06 01:54 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: bibiStardust]  

"s far as i'm concerned, i'm about to get into a Placebo's phase...well, their last album rocks !! ;) I can't wait to see them in live again..."

if you're talking about the new album, i agree it does rock, though i find some of the lyrics to be pretty bad. i cant remember which ones, but they're on there.



Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/24/06 04:58 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Sound and vision box set on clear virgin vinyl.
Sounds like nothing I have heard before, a thing of beauty both to the eyes and the ears.









Thanks

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Bamboo7
(kook)
01/25/06 01:11 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

Right now I'm listening to The Forgotten Songs of David Robert Jones.

Awww, it's a cornucopia of love!

kintanofan
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/25/06 01:43 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Bamboo7]  

oh, lucky, I really want a copy of that! Today, it was Pin-Ups again, also his 60's work. Mostly The London Boys and I Dig Everything.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

Sticky_sawdust
(crash course raver)
01/25/06 03:32 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

So, last monday i finally reached home(where all my music-collection's are) for the first time in a month. I had a sauna first, and then started to listen to music. First i played the holy bible(by the manics) twice, and then it was buddha and low. After that i listent to the animals(not the band, the album by pink floyd), then the 'sell out' by the who, and then pin ups and finally ending the day with the holy bible for the third time that day!

A slave begins by demanding justice, and ends by wanting to wear a crown

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/25/06 07:06 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: PunkyTheDog]  

In reply to:

if you're talking about the new album, i agree it does rock, though i find some of the lyrics to be pretty bad. i cant remember which ones, but they're on there.


Yes, it seems the album's name is Meds... I didn't really start to really listen to the lyrics, but the title of the English single, "Because I Want You" makes laugh so hard, i almost pee in my pants... Seriously, it's the more ridiculous title since Zeroes...

Anyway, i do like the Manson-ish Space Monkey...

There's this feeling that we're going to be living until the end of time
If you want to know me more...and my band !


diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/25/06 09:31 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

In reply to:

Sound and vision box set on clear virgin vinyl.
Sounds like nothing I have heard before, a thing of beauty both to the eyes and the ears.


I'm happy, hope you're happy too

In reply to:

Right now I'm listening to The Forgotten Songs of David Robert Jones.


Well I never, what a coincidence Me too.

In reply to:

and then it was buddha and low


Long time no hear Bowie for you Billy, good choices to start with, I always find listening to Buddha very calming.

I'm getting a tad impatient for release date news on the new collectors edition of Young Americans



London Bye Ta-Ta...

PunkyTheDog
(grinning soul)
01/25/06 09:44 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

You know, I have Buddha but I've never really listened to it. I'm starting to think I should because everyone on here keeps talking about how good it is. When I give it a listen I'll let you all know what I think of it.



kintanofan
(kook)
01/26/06 03:04 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: PunkyTheDog]  

I feel I need Buddha of Surburbia. Today I listed to Young Americans at a total of 6 times, while painting my room, on vinyl.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/26/06 08:10 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: kintanofan]  

In reply to:

Today I listed to Young Americans at a total of 6 times


Now that's what I like to read

Lord I've been listening/watching so much Bowie stuff this past 24 hrs ( thanks Alan ) so today I'm going to give my STATIONTOSTATION Live 1976 boot cd a few spins.

It beggars belief why RCA didn't record a live album of the Thin White Duke tour.

After all, there are those two official live bonus tracks on the Ryko edition, they must have recorded more.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/26/06 08:17 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

The two tracks on STS are from the boot you have, they have the full concert.

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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/26/06 08:23 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

In reply to:

they have the full concert.


They meaning as in the Bowie vaults, or as on my boot cd?

So there was a full professionally recorded recording of this tour and it's just sitting in the vaults gathering dust.


London Bye Ta-Ta...

Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/26/06 08:27 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Ant there are professionally recorded (in various amounts and quality) of every tour since 1972. Plus filmed footage.

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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/26/06 08:38 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

In reply to:

Ant there are professionally recorded (in various amounts and quality) of every tour since 1972. Plus filmed footage.


I'm thrilled to know that, yet saddened because I fear we may never get to hear/see these.

One day maybe.



London Bye Ta-Ta...

kingsteved
(crash course raver)
01/26/06 08:53 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I've often wondered why this material just gathers dust. For instance, the footage from the 74 tour which is on the Cracked actor documentary. I have to think this whole show was taped, why wasn't it released?? Same with the STS tour footage. It boggles the mind. On a different note,, I listened to David Live - DVD AUDIO on headphones yesterday. Absolutely sublime.



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/26/06 08:58 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: kingsteved]  

In reply to:

I've often wondered why this material just gathers dust. For instance, the footage from the 74 tour which is on the Cracked actor documentary. I have to think this whole show was taped, why wasn't it released?? Same with the STS tour footage. It boggles the mind


It angers me really, what is the point of this stuff existing! If we're never going to hear/see it?

In reply to:

I listened to David Live - DVD AUDIO on headphones yesterday. Absolutely sublime.


BLISS



London Bye Ta-Ta...

Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/26/06 09:02 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Well the reason is that most of this stuff would be recorded for reference purposes only. For Bowie and the band to hear so that they can refine and change things. Obviously some of it was recorded with the intent of general release (Earls court 78, Berlin 02) but then subsequently shelved. However there is no reason that these tapes couldn't be considered as releasable material.

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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/26/06 09:15 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

In reply to:

Well the reason is that most of this stuff would be recorded for reference purposes only


Yeah that much I understand of course, but it would be nice to have oneday.

In reply to:

However there is no reason that these tapes couldn't be considered as releasable material.


Excatly, he owns all his own copywrites, perhaps if he has given up recording? and that's a big if, maybe these might be released in the near future.




London Bye Ta-Ta...

bowiefanpeter
(the voyeur)
01/26/06 09:34 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

<<1976 footage>>

Has it ever been confirmed if this tour was professionally captured on video?

I know about the bootlegs and TV appearances.

I've never even read about some of the "jumbotron" footage that may exist from this tour. Several venues may have had it back then.

bfp



Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/26/06 09:38 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: bowiefanpeter]  

Apart from the Vancouver rehearsals there is some pro shot footage of the Paris concert, two songs were partially shown on French tv and both songs were from different parts of the concert. So there is a theory that the whole concert might have been shot. If they were just filming a part of it, it is logical to suggest that the footage would be from consecutive songs. Of course this is pure conjecture among some fans but it is a theory I hope is true.

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kintanofan
(kook)
01/27/06 01:53 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

Yeah. I'd adore to get my eyes onto some video footage from 76'. NOW THAT'S BLISS

By the way, I listened to Heroes today.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/27/06 08:37 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: kintanofan]  

In reply to:

Yeah. I'd adore to get my eyes onto some video footage from 76'


Some real tour footage yes! have you seen the Thin White Duke tour rehearsal footage? he performs a really great version of "Waiting For The Man", hands in pockets strutting his stuff, really great.

Today I am into Hunky Dory


London Bye Ta-Ta...

kintanofan
(kook)
01/27/06 02:37 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

no, sadly, I have not seen the rehersal footage, I just have bootlegs from that era, and not very much footage. and it's only tv appearence footage, no tour stuff or rehersals. I can't wait for the day I get my eyes on some though.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

Bamboo7
(kook)
01/28/06 01:26 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: kintanofan]  

We Are The Dead + headphones + alone in the darkness = A very happy me.

Awww, it's a cornucopia of love!

kintanofan
(kook)
01/28/06 01:27 AM
Re: Bamboo7 new [re: Bamboo7]  

that sounds like heaven

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

ghostlove
(crash course raver)
01/28/06 02:59 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

I'm currently listening to 'Sex and the Church' from Buddha and I just had a listen to a 22 min. Outside outtake called 'Inside'. Wow, that is such a crazy thing to listen to. He says so many wacky things with so much stuff and voices going on. I love it. I hope he goes to those depths again.


cra ck



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/28/06 09:29 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: ghostlove]  

In reply to:


He says so many wacky things with so much stuff and voices going on. I love it. I hope he goes to those depths again.


Those Outside outtakes are just wonderful aren't they, I doubt we'll ever see a return to those days.



In reply to:

can't wait for the day I get my eyes on some though.


I'm quite sure that day will come It's very addictive viewing, The Thin White Duke being my favourite persona of Mr Bowie's.

Today I am attempting once more to give Let's Dance a try, see how far I get...



London Bye Ta-Ta...

kintanofan
(kook)
01/28/06 12:18 PM
Re: Ant new [re: diamondogz74]  

I'm sure it will come. I'm in the process of getting some now.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

kintanofan
(kook)
01/28/06 12:19 PM
Re: Ant new [re: kintanofan]  

oh yah, and today it's Station to Station for me

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/28/06 03:23 PM
Re: Ant new [re: kintanofan]  

In reply to:

I'm sure it will come. I'm in the process of getting some now.


Excellent! will love to know what your opinions are upon viewing.

Alas I didn't get far with Let's Dance, I seem to get as far as "Turn the holy pictures, so they face the wall" and I just have to turn it off, I am never going to like this album, I have tried for years, Oh well you can't please everyone all the time.

I'm ending my evening off with Scary Monsters before I watch a dvd...The Matador


London Bye Ta-Ta...

schizophrenic
(stardust savant)
01/28/06 03:28 PM
Re: Ant new [re: diamondogz74]  

I think you guys need to get your own forum or a blog or something.



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/28/06 03:45 PM
Get outta here lol new [re: schizophrenic]  

Don't tempt me!



However! you're point has been duely noted.


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bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/28/06 06:30 PM
Re: Ant new [re: schizophrenic]  

In reply to:

I think you guys need to get your own forum or a blog or something.


Yeah...

If you want to know me more...and my band !
Chuck Norris counted to infinity - twice.

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kintanofan
(kook)
01/29/06 02:43 AM
Re: Ant new [re: bibiStardust]  

yeah. haha. Or the thing called PMing. ahha
ahh well.
Today it was a Bowie mix to top off the night, including The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction, Letter To Hermoine, A New Career In A New Town, among other gems.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/29/06 09:24 AM
Re: Ant new [re: kintanofan]  

I've been listening to Reality about 7 times today, the lyrics trouble me, I fear it is the end of Bowie


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Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/29/06 09:26 AM
Re: Ant new [re: diamondogz74]  

He sang My Death in 1973 but he got over it.

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bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/29/06 09:33 AM
Re: Ant new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

I'm listening to Five Years (Live Reality)

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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/29/06 09:35 AM
Re: Ant new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

Agreed, but now it's more than just a sad song.

I really think this is the end, we'll just have dregs like that awful Cynic crap, that and whatever the re-releases are.


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DefecateEcstasy
(mortal with potential)
01/29/06 10:04 AM
Re: Ant new [re: diamondogz74]  

I think overall The Cynic is a really good song, but Bowie's contribution sounds kind of nasal and dead.



Tristan
(legendary cowboy)
01/29/06 10:30 AM
#1 Bowie fan new [re: diamondogz74]  

In reply to:

I've been listening to Reality about 7 times today.


You'll listen to this piece of shit 7 times in one day and never give Tin Machine a chance? Bravo!

229


kingsteved
(crash course raver)
01/29/06 11:24 AM
Re: #1 Bowie fan new [re: Tristan]  

I listened to disc 1 of the remastered Stage today. Warszwa sounds great on it. The violin really comes out clear. It's even clearer than the DVD audio version on my sound system. Dogz- did you get Tin Machine yet? I think you'll be surprised at the quality of some of the songs on it.



kintanofan
(kook)
01/29/06 12:28 PM
Re: Bowie tracks new [re: kingsteved]  

hmmm. Reality 7 times. wow. I never really get past Days on that record. It's not that I don't like the second half, I just seem to never get that far! Anyway. Today it's a bit of Tin Machine. Because reading the talk about Tin Machine makes me want to listen.

"I find freedom only in the realms of my own eccentricity"
-David Bowie

diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/29/06 01:03 PM
Re: #1 Bowie fan new [re: Tristan]  

In reply to:


You'll listen to this piece of shit 7 times in one day and never give Tin Machine a chance? Bravo!



Because Tristan the album Reality in my humble opinion is very good, I have changed my mind about this album over the l-o-n-g months of nothing!

Besides yours is still in the cellophane I'll wager

In reply to:

Dogz- did you get Tin Machine yet? I think you'll be surprised at the quality of some of the songs on it.


Yes I bought it, I'm getting used to it, leave it at that



London Bye Ta-Ta...

bibiStardust
(crash course raver)
01/29/06 02:07 PM
Re: #1 Bowie fan new [re: Tristan]  

In reply to:

You'll listen to this piece of shit 7 times in one day and never give Tin Machine a chance? Bravo!


Tin Machine suX... Reality roX !!

So, (in heaven) everything is fine !


If you want to know me more...and my band !
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diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/29/06 02:54 PM
Re: #1 Bowie fan new [re: bibiStardust]  

In reply to:

Tin Machine suX... Reality roX !!


Cool bibiStardust, real cool


London Bye Ta-Ta...

thinwhiteme
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/30/06 09:21 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

Around the holidays I played:

Heroes
Let's Dance
Tonight
Labyrinth
Heathen
Reality
Ziggy
Earthling

I haven't played a lot of his records (thats bad)



Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/30/06 09:24 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: thinwhiteme]  

Over the course of the last day, I have ripped all the official studio with bonus tracks/discs and live albums, plus Forgotten songs of David Robert Jones, RarestOneBowie, MissinglinksZiggy, Santa Monica 72, Nassau stadium 76, Montreal 83, Live hate 95, Loreley 96, Hanover Grand 97. I have then burnt these to dvd and been playing them on random on the dvd player. 60 hours of Bowie.

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kingsteved
(crash course raver)
01/30/06 09:30 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

I'm playing the Lodger album right now. This was the first album I bought at the time of its release. I remember being surprised to see it because I didn't hear anything about a Bowie release ahead of time.



diamondogz74
(freecloud)
01/30/06 03:37 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

In reply to:

60 hours of Bowie.


WOW! yes very nice, I've been playing quite a lot of boot stuff thanks to you Alan.

I find myself of late listening to the Reality Tour Dublin promo boot, that really should have been released properly as a live double album, bit tiresome having to play the dvd when you want to hear the music, on a train or whatever.




London Bye Ta-Ta...

Bamboo7
(electric tomato)
03/30/06 09:15 PM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: diamondogz74]  

After a slight Bowie hiatus, I've been having lots of fun with The Forgotten Songs of David Robert Jones. Right On Mother makes me smile!




diamondogz74
(freecloud)
03/31/06 09:22 AM
Re: What Bowie album/s are you listening too. new [re: Bamboo7]  

You'll love David Bowie 1974 - 1971 ( ADDITIONS ) and "Social Girl" (cw) "Everything Is You"


London Bye Ta-Ta...


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