David Bowie - Loving The Alien FLAC album
Official video for Loving The Alien by David Bowie.
2002 В опросе Би-би-си 100 величайших британцев занял 29-е место.
2016 Скончался 10 января 2016 года.
Parlophone Records are proud to announce David Bowie Loving The Alien (1983 – 1988), the fourth in a series of box sets spanning his career from 1969. Among the studio and live albums from the period, the set will also contain an exclusive new production of the 1987 album Never Let Me Down, by Bowie producer/engineer Mario McNulty with new instrumentation by Bowie collaborators Reeves Gabrels, David Torn, Sterling Campbell and Tim Lefebvre.
Bowie was never more popular during this period, one he looked back on with guilt and bile. But Loving the Alien offers a reset for listeners-to hear these albums fresh, liberated from their composer’s dismissive opinions. Every autumn since 2015, a new David Bowie career retrospective box set arrives. The apparent aim is an official release Bowie master narrative, in boxes sturdy enough to prop up a table
Bowie’s 1983 album Let’s Dance album sold a career-topping 10 million copies, transforming this former leper messiah into a stadium-rocking superstar. With a few noteworthy exceptions, chiefly the sublime Loving Tthe Alien, this pastel-shaded collection still sounds limp and lifeless. The key fan-bait in this lavishly packaged box set is a bold reworking of Bowie’s 1987 career nadir Never Let Me Down. A team of seasoned Bowie collaborators led by producer-engineer Mario McNulty have performed radical surgery on these tracks, replacing their booming, cluttered, heavily studio-processed production with more subtle, moody, artful arrangements.
Loving the Alien" is a song written and recorded by David Bowie. It was the opening track to his sixteenth studio album Tonight. Loving the Alien" peaked at No. 19 in the UK Singles Chart. The song explored Bowie's "intense dislike" of organized religion.
David Bowie performs in London. The fourth in Parlophone Records' series of David Bowie box sets, David Bowie Loving the Alien (1983-1988), is due out on Oct. 21. The 11-CD, 15-LP collection will feature 8 albums from the late rock icon's most successful run, including remastered versions of Let's Dance, Tonight and Never Let Me Down (and the 2-LP Never Let Me Down (2018)), as well as a previously unreleased 2-LP Serious Moonlight (Live '83) live album, a previously unreleased on vinyl 3-LP
Tonight is the sixteenth studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on 29 September 1984 by EMI America Records. It followed his most commercially successful album Let's Dance. He described the album, released immediately after his previous album's tour wrapped up, as an effort to "keep my hand in, so to speak," and to retain the new audience that he had recently acquired.
Loving the Alien (1983-1988). The fourth in a series of comprehensive box sets chronicling David Bowie's entire career: Loving the Alien (1983-1988) covers a period that found Bowie at a popular peak yet somewhat creatively adrift. Once Let's Dance went supernova in 1983, as it was designed to do, Bowie's productivity slowed to a crawl: he knocked out the sequel, Tonight, in a year, then took three to deliver Never Let Me Down
Album: Loving The Alien. CD3: 01 – Loving The Alien (2018 Remastered Version) 02 – Don’t Look Down (2018 Remastered Version) 03 – God Only Knows (2018 Remastered Version) 04 – Tonight (2018 Remastered Version) 05 – Neighborhood Threat (2018 Remastered Version) 06 – Blue Jean (2018 Remastered Version) 07 – Tumble and Twirl (2018 Remastered Version) 08 – I Keep Forgettin’ (2018 Remastered Version) 09 – Dancing With The Big Boys (2018 Remastered.