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Bring Me The Disco King - David Bowie - Reality

David Bowie. November 17, Reality "Please retry". MP3 Music, September 16, "Please retry". Audio CD, February 22, "Please retry". Vinyl, Import, October 6, "Please retry". Listen Now. Go Unlimited Start your day free trial. Add to MP3 Cart. Add gift card or promotion code. Add to Wish List. Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace.

Sample this album. Title by Artist. New Killer Star. Pablo Picasso. Never Get Old. The Loneliest Guy. Looking for Water. She'll Drive the Big Car. Fall Dog Bombs the Moon.

He'd been working like a maniac for so many years it's easy to understand that he was a little tapped. The opening track, "Fantastic Voyage," was co-written with Brian Eno and addresses the various players in the escalating Cold War. It's the best track on the album, and it features King Crimson's Adrian Belew on mandolin.

Bowie waited to address this issue on 's "Looking for Satellites," which was written right around the time the press was abuzz with the possibility of life on the red planet. New Wave artists like Gary Numan were winning over huge fan bases and some saw Bowie as a dinosaur. He didn't try hard to hide his feelings on the lyrics. That was an odd move since it's clearly superior than many tracks that made the LP.

Like many of his space songs, the track is really about drugs. In the song we meet Wendy Cocaine and a twitchy narrator that "never paid her for a gram.

For all we know, this is the great, lost prequel to "Space Oddity. Let's Dance is Bowie's last blockbuster album, the conclusion of arguably the greatest year run in rock history.

The album kicks off with the triple shot of "Modern Love," "China Girl" and "Let's Dance," meaning that many of the fans who bought the album because of the MTV hits probably didn't bother to turn the thing over more than once or twice. They missed out on "Criminal World," a fantastically s tune with killer guitar work from Stevie Ray Vaughan. Days Live Fall Dogs Bomb the Moon Live Fame Live Fantastic Voyage Live Five Years Live Heathen The Rays [Live] Heroes Live I'm Afraid of Americans Live Life On Mars?

Live Loving the Alien Live Never Get Old Live New Killer Star Live But it just sounded too trite. In , "Bring Me the Disco King" was recorded for the third time and then released on the album Reality. We did it at half the tempo as the original, and now it works brilliant. This poor little orphan Annie thing seems to have a home now. Flag SukiSukiNow on September 01, Bowie does not trust Death to take him peacefully.

Death does not trust Bowie to go peacefully. Flag bonekrusha on April 15, My Interpretation The Gentleman is looking over his life -- his music and his romantic relationships "perfumed limbs" and good-time girls"and "smelling of love," while "spin-offs with those who slept like corpses" is probably a reference to sexual one-night stands and realizing he's not immortal. General Comment thats exactly how i feel about it karl.

General Comment good song. General Comment i agree. Never Get Old. New Killer Star. Pablo Picasso. Queen of All the Tarts Overture. Rebel Never Gets Old 7th Heaven edit. Rebel Never Gets Old 7th Heaven mix. Rebel Never Gets Old radio mix. Rebel Rebel. She'll Drive the Big Car.

Bring me the disco king, bring me the disco king. Bring me the disco king, bring me the head of the disco king. Spin-offs with those who slept like corpses. Damp morning rays in the stiff bad clubs.

9 thoughts on “Bring Me The Disco King - David Bowie - Reality ”

  1. Zolor says:
    Sep 02,  · About “Bring Me the Disco King (Danny Lohner Mix)” This is the re-mixed version of a David Bowie’s song recorded for his twenty third album Reality ().
  2. Tugrel says:
    Dec 23,  · 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. Tauzshura says:
    Nov 22,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Bring Me the Disco King · David Bowie Reality ℗ ISO Records made under license to Sony Music Entertainment Producer: David Bowie and Tony.
  4. Maukazahn says:
    One track I've always liked off Reality is Fall Dog Bombs The Moon. I think it has a bit of a Bob Mould/Sugar vibe, and with Bob being one of my other musical heroes that is no bad thing. I think it has a bit of a Bob Mould/Sugar vibe, and with Bob being one of my other musical heroes that is no bad thing.
  5. Shakajind says:
    E-clown from Perpignan, France There is a small video official about "bring me the disco king", you can see Bowie walking in a kind of forest with white trees but trees are upside down. I think this song is about death. Forest is a symbol of life ordinary. I think bowie stopped references about .
  6. Mishicage says:
    May 02,  · I can only tab the chords because I only play piano but I was shocked this song has never been submitted. It's too cool a song. This is the song as it appears on the Underworld Soundtrack NO/5(11).
  7. Mejinn says:
    Lyrics to 'Bring Me The Disco King' by David Bowie. You promised me the ending would be clear You'd let me know when the time was now Don't let me know when you're opening the door Stab me in the dark, let me disappear Memories that flutter like bats out of Hell.
  8. Mezim says:
    Bring me the disco king lyrics: Album: Reality - Lyrics and music by David Bowie You promised me the ending would be clear You'd let me know when the time was now Don't let me know when your opening the door Stap me/5.
  9. Kagagar says:
    “Bring Me The Disco King” was actually written by Bowie in the early 90s. It was first recorded for the album “Black Tie White Noise” from

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