Tea for the Bloggerman

More of the Best of the Greatest Hits of David Bowie
October 14, 2008, 10:24 pm
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My moped is basically dead, so I am stuck riding the bus to and from school and work. One good thing about riding the bus is the amount of idle thinking time it gives me. Here is one idea I had in this time. I’m going to list all of Bowie’s albums, in chronological order, then write my personal favorite song from each of the albums. Albums I haven’t heard will get a little dash. My top five Bowie songs will be bolded. I might add comments to each song later.

David Bowie (1967): –
David Bowie/Space Oddity (1969): “Space Oddity”
The Man Who Sold The World (1970): “The Man Who Sold the World”
Hunky Dory (1971): “Life on Mars?”
Ziggy Stardust (1972): “Lady Stardust”
Aladdin Sane (1973): “Drive-in Saturday”
Pin Ups (1973): “Port of Amsterdam”
Diamond Dogs (1974): “Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (Reprise)”
David Live (1974): –
Young Americans (1975): “Young Americans”
Station To Station (1976): “Station to Station”
Low (1977): “Warsawza”
“Heroes” (1977): “”Heroes””
Stage (1978): –
Lodger (1979): –
Scary Monsters (1980): “Ashes to Ashes”
Let’s Dance (1983): “Modern Love”
Ziggy Stardust – The Motion Picture (1983): “Rock ‘n Roll Suicide”
Tonight (1984): I dunno, “Blue Jean”?
Labyrinth (1986): “As the World Falls Down”
Never Let Me Down (1987): –
Tin Machine (1989): I dunno, “Working Class Hero”?
Tin Machine II (1991): –
Oy Vey, Baby (1992): –
Black Tie White Noise (1993): “Black Tie White Noise”
The Buddha Of Suburbia (1993): –
1. Outside (1996): “Outside”
Earthling (1997): –
hours… (1999): –
Heathen (2002): “Sunday”
Reality (2003): “Never Get Old”

Life on Mars?

Lady Stardust

Rock ‘n Roll Suicide

Station to Station

Ashes to Ashes


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