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Changesbowie review


Replacing both Changesonebowie and Changestwobowie for the CD era, Changesbowie essentially jams the two together and adds in the major hits from the rest of the albums the Thin White Duke released prior to 1990. The results? One of the most comprehensive and greatest collection of music that not only defined its eras and genres but redefined them at the same time. Chameleonic to the core, Changesbowie is both a mission statement and an accurate assessment of the ever mercurial and experimental artist. Here are eighteen reasons to love David Bowie’s musical output, and there is not a dud in this bunch. A perfect single-disc introduction to the great artist with two minor complaints: that cover art is an atrocious middle-school art project collage and the inclusion of “Fame 90,” an inferior remix in comparison to the funked-out menace of the original. Not enough to dissuade me from telling you to listen to it, but enough to dock some points. A grand introduction for the uninitiated and curious. And you should be curious.


Download: “Rebel Rebel,” “Ziggy Stardust,” “Changes”

Added by JxSxPx
3 years ago on 5 January 2021 22:01