David Bowie The Next Day
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WhiteNoise
February 2nd 2014


3313 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The Beatles too but that goes without saying a guess, maybe froosh.

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
February 7th 2014


14509 Comments


robin dam i love your reviews

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starry
February 7th 2014


552 Comments


I prefer a singles collection with Bowie really. Pink Floyd did better albums in the 70s for me. And this album, I don't get the hype (but then I don't with nearly every hyped album released now).

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
February 7th 2014


14509 Comments


haaaaaave ya met kill

WhiteNoise
February 7th 2014


3313 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Pink Floyd did better albums in the 70s for me"



Just, no.

Irving
Staff Reviewer
March 16th 2014


7398 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

And god, “Valentine’s Day” is perfect. It’s heartbreaking to hear a jam that’s just dying out all the way.



No one has the right to write a song as good as "Valentine's Day", and I also can't think of a statement on this site that I've agreed with more than that second sentence, Robin.

tommygun
March 25th 2014


25690 Comments


forgot how hard stars jams omg

Rowan5215
March 25th 2014


30940 Comments


Where are we Now is tight

TWIGtheWONDERKID
March 25th 2014


1263 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"I thought that i might have beeen a bit harsh with my rating my first few plays I just couldnt connect with this album so i

revisited out of respect for someone I have always admired and I think I hate this album more than i initially did. Damn."





When you're tired of Bowie, you're tired of music.



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Ire
June 18th 2014


41861 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

damn so i guess david bowie really is the greatest singer songwriter of all time cool gj man

Ire
June 18th 2014


41861 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

when i'm listening to the new dylan album or the new springsteen album i have to set my standards lower but aw man this shit is just as good as lodger god damnf;aklsd

tommygun
June 18th 2014


25690 Comments


agreed

WhiteNoise
June 18th 2014


3313 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Where are we Now is tight"



To be honest I just can't warm to this one, Only song I skip.

TWIGtheWONDERKID
June 19th 2014


1263 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"To be honest I just can't warm to this one, Only song I skip"



No worries buddy, everyone can't relate to a 65 year old man singing about a profound moment from his younger days--try it again when your older.

WhiteNoise
June 19th 2014


3313 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'll try it again in 40 years for sure

TWIGtheWONDERKID
June 19th 2014


1263 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol, exactly.

SlMBOLlC
August 17th 2014


5551 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

album rules cause bowie

RadicalEd
December 15th 2014


4790 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Dude is such a fucking legend. This album just keeps getting better and better tbh, i never liked "Love is

lost" until I jammed the album a few days ago, now I realized that it's amzing.

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Tunaboy45
April 30th 2015


8041 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The Stars (Are Out Tonight) is stellar

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Tunaboy45
May 26th 2015


8041 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The first time I heard Where Are We Now? I was worried because I didn't think Bowie's voice had aged too well but then I heard Valentine's Day (and the rest of the album) and got the feeling he was playing the "old man" persona. We all know David loves changing his voice and character so it's not surprising. The same thing applies with Sue (or in a season of crime), where Bowie sounds like a full on old man. I doubt his voice had aged that much in a year and I get the feeling that if he makes another album, he'll probably sound his normal self.



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