>the star pieces spell out BOWIE
MIND = BLOWN
ITT: Your favorite Bowie album and favorite song off that album. No hating, just Bowie friends.
>The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
Is this one of the greatest concept albums of all time?
This twat has a net worth of 200 million. Which deserving artist would you give the money to after murdering /robbing this shitstain?
why hasn't everyone listened to this one yet?
how much longer will this thread stay up? is /shugazi/ finally recognized as a place for music discussion or is it still continually getting deleted? kind of annoying considering it was one of my favorite general threads to discuss and discover new music in..
I haven't explored the genre as much as I should, mostly going by the flowcharts posted in the older threads and rym top albums. Added this to my daily listen list, I listen to like 8 hours of music a day so this will get some listened to at some point...
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I don't really know about the themes on the album cause I'm an idiot, but you could hear a lot of Mercury Rev similarities on it, and just a generally more psychedelic approach to noise pop. >>61661457 said those are pretty standout tracks, I'd agree.
>still canceling all his shows
he'll be fine
Why do people cry over pop stars dying? It seems completely weird...they don't give a fuck about you and their music is made for mass consumption. How do you even feel a personal connection to this sort of person? I'm trying to understand.
ITT: Post screencaps of normies on facebook 'mourning' over david bowie.
It's all just a quick grab for a couple of likes; saying how deeply it's 'affected them'
What were his last words?
You can only post in this thread if you're a part of the elite who listened to Blackstar before Bowie passed away.
What are some other /haunted/ albums?
prove you aren't a bandwagoner