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28 June 2002 @ 01:49 pm
Little Wonder...  
I just want everyone to know, that if you've stopped yourself from going and buying David Bowie's "Earthling" album because you read bad reviews of it, fuck what they all said. It rocks my socks. And my panties, too.

If David Bowie started a religion, I would probably have to join just out of sheer adoration. But seeing this is his latest album, I don't think I need to worry about religion too much ^_^

Philip K. Dick died for your sins and remember Bowie loves you.
 
 
 
all the long gone darlings: Yum!Yeow~meemeedarling on June 28th, 2002 11:01 am (UTC)

I adore Earthling as well...
I think its brilliant!
(and I would join a religion for either phillip k. dick or david bowie, definitely if it was both)
S0n of N00nbibble on June 28th, 2002 02:25 pm (UTC)

Outside, Earthling, Hours, and now Heathen. all fucking great. the nice thing about Heathen is that he decided to go more acoustic, more mellow, so its a vaguely different sound from the last three, but the songwriting is strong as ever.
Corpsus Hypertexticusspacemummy on June 28th, 2002 11:02 am (UTC)
Agreed. Earthing is amazing. I had lost a little faith after Tin Machine II, but Earthling more than made up for it. Then, how could you ever forget the whole history of his work? I've listened to bits of every song off heathen on davidbowie.com-- seems mostly good. Might be great.
Mellen: Ecstatic Fayeabsentmammoth on June 28th, 2002 11:25 am (UTC)
Brandon and I have the double disc set for HEATHEN...and as I listen to it again right now, I'd definately say that it's great. I mean, he has a Pixies cover! And it's SO GOOD. HEATHEN is definately on my high recommendation list.
S0n of N00nbibble on June 28th, 2002 12:05 pm (UTC)

tin machine had that one song - shopping for girls that i thought was damned awesome (especially his BBC live recording), but i can't thinkof a single other that didn't suck.

however, since '93 and with Outside, David has pumped out continuously phenom albums. Outside, Earthling, Hours, and now Heathen. all fucking great. the nice thing about Heathen is that he decided to go more acoustic, more mellow, so its a vaguely different sound from the last three, but the songwriting is strong as ever.

it's good to know that the spacemummy knows good music when he hears it.