I might have bought at least the first album out of curiosity. And then the second if I'd liked the first one. But I think I might have followed some discussions about the album on this board before I would've bought even the first one.
Of course the idea that he's Bowie's son and might have inherited at least some of the talent would make it interesting, so would, of course, Bowie's involvement in it. But then I think it should differ at least to some extent of what Bowie's done, because if it was almost similar, it would not feel right, because there could never ever be another David Bowie, even his son could not replace him, so even trying it would be stupid. Then I got to thinking of the voice thing. I love Bowie's voice, but if Duncan's voice was too similar that too would feel kind of disturbing, too. I don't know if anyone gets what I mean, but if Duncan tried to make an album, it wouldn't be enough if it was just good, it would also have to be different enough from everything his father has done.
But if you're gonna dine with them cannibals, sooner or later, darling, you're gonna get eaten