10th DAVID BOWIE Album ‘STATION TO STATION’ Released 45 Years Ago

21 January 2021

Artist: DAVID BOWIE
8 January 1947 – 10 January 2016

Album: STATION TO STATION – 10th LP
Released: 23 January 1976 – 45 years ago
Score: #5 in the UK, #3 in the USA

David Bowie when working on the LP and doing tons of cocaine:
“I hate sleep. I would much prefer staying up, just working, all the time”

Rolling Stone wrote: “An album that was both musically accessible and lyrically
elliptical, a transition between the plastic soul of Young Americans and the chilly
electronic hum of the Berlin trilogy that followed – and Bowie’s highest charting
record in the U.S. until The Next Day, in 2013. Pioneering critic Lester Bangs, an
outspoken Bowie skeptic, wrote that the album “has a wail and throb that won’t
let up. A beautiful, swelling, intensely romantic melancholy.” Bangs concluded,
“has finally produced his first masterpiece.”
Score: 5/5.

Turn Up The Volume: Cocaine years for The Thin White Duke.

Key singles: Golden Years

Full LP…

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DAVID BOWIE: All Albums

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