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Sysiyo
(acolyte)
03/25/02 07:04 AM
Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature [re: Candidate_23]  

Au contraire, Candidate_23, I do think Pianocraft is right. It is true that Bowie was fascinated by fascism, but if you have read 1984, it gives the album an entire different feeling. I for one in fact regret reading 1984 in a way, since now I cannot listen to Diamond Dogs without getting an extremely bad feeling.

And are you sure you mean Rubber Band as a war-related song. I haven't listened to the song for a while, but I don't remember it to be a war-related song.

Mirage!


 
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*Bowie's Anti-War Literature  pianocraft03/23/02 09:03 AM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Candidate_2303/23/02 02:28 PM
..Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Sysiyo03/25/02 07:04 AM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Candidate_2303/25/02 02:07 PM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  PHOENIX03/25/02 06:06 PM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Candidate_2303/26/02 05:48 PM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  pianocraft03/27/02 11:28 AM
.*Re: Bowie's Anti-War Literature  Lacrimans04/01/02 03:15 AM
.*War Is Silly  twister04/01/02 09:38 AM
.*Re: War Is Silly  Lacrimans04/01/02 03:06 PM
.*At least at the hands of Bowie...  Sysiyo04/02/02 05:57 AM
.*Love In A Doorway  twister03/26/02 10:32 PM
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