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Old 10.22.2008, 01:29 AM   #59
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Originally Posted by Decayed Rhapsody
You're definitely not alone. Sweet Thing is one of the greatest things he's done, and it was even better live (although both of his live albums are pretty shitty, the Nassau Colesium '76 bootleg should be released - the STS tour was the heaviest of his the 70's imo, harder than the early days in many places due to Stacey Heydon's presence, and he was horrifying with all the coke fascism).

 


I enjoy the fact that most of the lyrics on DD were done by cut-up. Bowie's amateur sort of guitar style that he uses on the album is very proto-punk.

I've always considered that album Bowie's most punk rock album.
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