Bring Me The Disco King - David Bowie - Reality (CD, Album)


Download Bring Me The Disco King - David Bowie - Reality (CD, Album)
2003
Label: Polydor (2) - 0146922ERE,Edel Records (2) - 0146922ERE • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Bring Me The Disco King - David Bowie - Reality (CD, Album)

  1. Jul 31,  · Best songs of the album "Bring Me The DIsco King" and "Days" sounds (luckily) good to me, clear sound in vocals, keyboard and piano with a heavy bass and very nice drums. Beautiful artwork and coloured vinyl. I am happy with it. /5(20).
  2. As for Reality, we may never see another new Bowie album or tour, given that he seems to have settled into a happy retirement, so if this is his swan song (as Bring Me the Head of the Disco King implies), it's a fair way to head for the exit/5().
  3. "Bring Me The Disco King" published by Tintoretto Music (BMI) Administered by RZO Music Inc. "Rebel Rebel" published by Jones Music America (ASCAP) Administered by ARZO Publishing, Colgems-EMI Music Inc. (ASCAP) David Bowie: Reality ‎ (CD, Album + CD + S/Edition, Dig) ISO Records, Columbia, ISO Records, Columbia: COL 9, 4/5(58).
  4. We recorded four entirely different arrangements of Bring Me the Disco King over a 10 year period: once for Black Tie White Noise, again for Earthling and then a version for the Reality album – none of which ended up being released.
  5. Basically, Reality is a well-adjusted Scary Monsters, minus the paranoia and despair -- and if those two ingredients were key to the feeling and effect of that album, it's a credit to Bowie that he's found a way to retain the sound and approach of that record, but turn it bright and cheerful and keep it interesting.
  6. We recorded four entirely different arrangements of Bring Me the Disco King over a 10 year period: once for Black Tie White Noise, again for Earthling and then a version for the Reality album - none of which ended up being released.
  7. Reality is the 23rd studio album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. It was released on 15 September on his ISO Records label, in conjunction with Columbia Records. Co-produced by Bowie and longtime collaborator Tony Visconti, it was recorded between January and May at Bowie's home studio and Looking Glass Studios in New York City and Mike Garson 's home .
  8. " Bring Me the Disco King " is a song written by David Bowie in the early s, and recorded 3 times, although only the last recording was released as part of Bowie's Reality album in A remix was also released in as part of the Underworld movie soundtrack.
  9. Feb 08,  · As for Reality, we may never see another new Bowie album or tour, given that he seems to have settled into a happy retirement, so if this is his swan song (as Bring Me the Head of the Disco King implies), it's a fair way to head for the exit/5().

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