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These performances are the least interesting part of the DVD. A suited and booted Bowie mimes to the tracks in an artily -lit studio and it all comes across as a little po -faced.
Much more fun are the snippets of interview with Bowie which appear in between these performances. He talks interestingly, amongst other things, about his sexuality, drug intake, and his thoughts on marriage. The three official promo videos at the end are all excellent, especially Jump They Say. Pingback: David Bowie Box is Back superdeluxeedition.
This is a great deluxe edition. While I enjoy this album, it has a bit too much saxophone for me.
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I got the original issue CD of Buddha with a promo shot for the TV show on the cover and an excellent essay from Bowie in the booklet. I note that it got re-released with Bowie on the cover instead, did that version have the essay too? I prefer the original cover because I like the link back to the inspiration — the TV series. But I guess decades later in the US they can be forgiven for putting Bowie on the front! So finally a review does BTWN justice: aspects to be admired are the sax work and the production.
All in all, a must for any Bowie fan, and I guess there must be many out there who simply ignored him altogether from his dismal work in the mid-eighties, and they definitely should give this album a chance. Yes would heartily recommend this deluxe edition. Not sure how much they go for on ebay.
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The Buddha of Suburbia is indeed excellent. Your email address will not be published. Search Search. There will be some blood no doubt about it But we'll come thru don't doubt it I look into your eyes and i know you won't kill me And i turn my back for i know you won't kill me You won't kill me You won't kill me no But i wonder why Yes, i wonder why sometimes Putting on the black tie Crankin up the white noise They'll show us how to break the rules But never how to make the rules Reduce us down to witless punks Black tie white noise Facist cries both black and white, who's got the blood, who's got the gun.
Putting on the black tie, cranking out the white noise Oh yeah Cranking out Cranking out Cranking out white noise Black tie white noise Cranking out Cranking out Putting on the black tie Cranking up the white noise Cranking out Cranking out Cranking out white noise Black tie white noise Cranking out Cranking out. All rights reserved.
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Toggle navigation. There'll be some blood no doubt about it But we'll come through don't doubt it I look into your eyes and I know I won't kill you I look into your eyes and I know you won't kill me You won't kill me, you won't kill me, no But I look into your eyes and I wonder sometimes.
Oh Lord, just let him see me Lord, Lord yeah, let him hear me Let him call me brother Let him put his arms around me Let him put his hands together.
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Reach out over race and hold each other's hands Walk through the night thinking we are the world Whoa, what's going on?