David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...
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surfkauai
December 27th 2004


30 Comments


[QUOTE=sadisticmonkey]holy christ..I didn't steal any review....I wrote this back in August...

get a life people[/QUOTE]

They accused you of stealing it in September...

sadisticmonkey
December 27th 2004


107 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

[QUOTE=Bartender]He was talking to the other guy.[/QUOTE]

well then, I apologize for jumping the gun.

LedHead712
March 30th 2005


22 Comments


good review. except, Ziggy Stardust definitley deserves a 10/10, and it is not weak

bolanzip
December 25th 2005


4 Comments


this is the best album in history!! bowie is a god


JohnnyW
March 16th 2006


10 Comments


Very innovative, Bowie at his best. Very amazing songs that you can't get tired of listening. If you don't own it, go buy it.

MyRamona
March 22nd 2006


1075 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is Bowies best album, and it rules so much. Rock n roll suicide is beautiful, no other way about it. Bowie should've never killed off Ziggy Stardust.- which is also a great song.

Six Foot Revolver
April 18th 2006


73 Comments


This album is excellent even if a little overated at times.

Sepstrup
April 18th 2006


1563 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

You can't overrate an album that's sheer brilliance

bigglen1985
April 18th 2006


3 Comments


Did Bowie really play the sax as suggested on the review?

Neoteric
April 18th 2006


3243 Comments


rafacha wins the award for most retardness.

Sepstrup
April 18th 2006


1563 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Did Bowie really play the sax as suggested on the review?


Yes he did.

calgone
May 13th 2006


48 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

favorite song: it ain't easy
good review

stompybeardo
July 25th 2006


746 Comments


id never heard any bowie (except the labyrinth soundtrack!) b4 i copied this album, any suggestions on where to start next?

Two-Headed Boy
August 2nd 2006


4527 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

^Aladdin Sane.
David Bowie is the man. And this album is where it's at, but as crazy as it sounds I find myself listening to his last two albums moreso.This Message Edited On 08.02.06

Sepstrup
September 27th 2006


1563 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Hunky Dory is far superior to Aladdin Sane.

stompybeardo
September 27th 2006


746 Comments


il probably get aladdin sane since i got hunky dory which is superb, "heroes" never did it for me as an album

Sepstrup
September 27th 2006


1563 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I might recommend Low, but if Heroes doesn't float your boat, Aladdin Sane is a better bet. It's hard to do wrong in Bowie's discrography though, so just dig in.

stompybeardo
September 27th 2006


746 Comments


i bet hes put some stinkers out there though

Sepstrup
September 27th 2006


1563 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Well. Tonight isn't that good (not at all terrible either) but it has Loving the Alien. I haven't heard all the albums, but I don't think he ever made a really terrible album.

deslni01
September 27th 2006


6 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I purchased the David Bowie Best Of CD(s) and listened a bit, and didn't listen to it too much. But something possessed me to go to Best Buy one day and purchase a few different Bowie albums, and this was one of them. Now I can't stop listening to it; in my mind this is one of the most amazing and complete albums ever.

I love it.



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