It’s with the Utmost Certainty That We Declare These to Be the Best David Bowie Albums

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Strange fascinations fascinating you? I can relate: I’ve dug everything the rock’n’roll chameleon has released since “Space Oddity.” (And, yes, I do the handclaps on the refrain, even if I’m driving) So I’ve got to be the first person you’d think to ask to learn the Top 5 David Bowie Albums of All Time! If you’re a starman, a thin white duke, a hero, or a diamond dog, then this list will be right up your ally! And, if you disagree with any of the choices, I frankly think you’re a lad insane. In short, this list doesn’t need any changes.
It’s with the Utmost Certainty That We Declare These to Be the Best David Bowie Albums
Image Credit: Wikipedia
Strange fascinations fascinating you? I can relate: I’ve dug everything the rock’n’roll chameleon has released since “Space Oddity.” (And, yes, I do the handclaps on the refrain, even if I’m driving) So I’ve got to be the first person you’d think to ask to learn the Top 5 David Bowie Albums of All Time! If you’re a starman, a thin white duke, a hero, or a diamond dog, then this list will be right up your ally! And, if you disagree with any of the choices, I frankly think you’re a lad insane. In short, this list doesn’t need any changes.
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There you have it, you freaks and weirdos — the five most classic albums your leader ever released. Quite a wide range of material that spans across Bowie’s most productive decade. And, of course, this list was flawlessly compiled by yours truly. However, there may be some of you young American’s out there who think you can top my list with one of your own. Well, wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am—I say, bring it on! I know my choices are the best! But before you go trying to ch-ch-change this list, let me add a few honorable mentions. Because, when it comes to Bowie, you can never have enough. I’m sure we can at least agree on that.



Honorable Mentions

Lodger — A step toward the catchier material that dominates Scary Monsters, but still plenty weird.

Aladdin Sane — Bowie’s last great glam record. Features the awesomely noisy cover of “Let’s Spend the Night Together.”

Station to Station — You got to love every freaky album that Bowie created. This one presaged themes he would explore further on the Berlin trilogy albums.


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