History Fridge / DavidBowie

30th Oct '14 3:34:01 PM Sapphirea2
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* There's a line in Reality (the song) that goes, "Now my death is more than just a sad song." It took me years of listening to this song to make this connection, but My Death was a song that Bowie often covered, especially back in the Ziggy era. He's saying that now that he's older, My Death is more than just a sad song, it's an impending reality.

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* There's a line in Reality "Reality" (the song) that goes, "Now my death is more than just a sad song." It took me years of listening to this song to make this connection, but My Death Jacques Brel's "My Death" was a song that Bowie often covered, especially back in the Ziggy era. He's saying that now that he's older, My Death "My Death" is more than just a sad song, it's an impending reality.



* In the late 70s, Bowie made a video featuring a mad artist ("Look Back in Anger" of the album ''Lodger'') . More or less twenty years later, he played a mad artist, Julian Priest, in the TV series "The Hunger." It is mentioned in his first episode that Priest "dropped everything and came to New York." It could be argued that the Lodger dropped everything,came to New York, and became the scary, philosophical Julian Priest!

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* In the late 70s, '70s, Bowie made a video featuring a mad artist ("Look Back in Anger" of off the album ''Lodger'') . More or less twenty years later, he played a mad artist, Julian Priest, in the TV series "The Hunger." It is mentioned in his first episode that Priest "dropped everything and came to New York." It could be argued that the Lodger dropped everything,came everything, came to New York, and became the scary, philosophical Julian Priest!



* The fate of Major Tom at the end of ''Space Oddity'' was one for many years. It takes most people a couple or more listens to realise where the song leaves him.
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* The fate of Major Tom at the end of ''Space Oddity'' was one for many years. It takes most people a couple or more listens to realise where the song leaves him.
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14th Jun '14 12:40:08 AM illusionary
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* There's a line in Reality (the song) that goes, "Now my death is more than just a sad song." It took me years of listening to this song to make this connection, but My Death was a song that Bowie often covered, especially back in the Ziggy era. He's saying that now that he's older, My Death is more than just a sad song, it's an impending reality.
6th Sep '13 9:34:47 PM JIKTV
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* In the late 70s, Bowie made a video featuring a mad artist ("Look Back in Anger" of the album "The Lodger"). More or less twenty years later, he played a mad artist, Julian Priest, in the TV series "The Hunger." It is mentioned in his first episode that Priest "dropped everything and came to New York." It could be argued that the Lodger dropped everything,came to New York, and became the scary, philosophical Julian Priest!

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* In the late 70s, Bowie made a video featuring a mad artist ("Look Back in Anger" of the album "The Lodger").''Lodger'') . More or less twenty years later, he played a mad artist, Julian Priest, in the TV series "The Hunger." It is mentioned in his first episode that Priest "dropped everything and came to New York." It could be argued that the Lodger dropped everything,came to New York, and became the scary, philosophical Julian Priest!



* The Man Who Sold The World by DavidBowie is great because of this. Its largely Nietzschian lyrics are already somewhat creepy but The Supermen is essentially about the death of god and how men are killing each other for a chance to die.

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* The ''The Man Who Sold The World World'' by DavidBowie David Bowie is great because of this. Its largely Nietzschian lyrics are already somewhat creepy but The Supermen "The Supermen" is essentially about the death of god and how men are killing each other for a chance to die.



* The fate of Major Tom at the end of ''Space Oddyssey'' was one for many years. It takes most people a couple or more listens to realise where the song leaves him.

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* The fate of Major Tom at the end of ''Space Oddyssey'' Oddity'' was one for many years. It takes most people a couple or more listens to realise where the song leaves him.
31st Aug '13 4:06:00 AM Doc_Loki
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* The fate of Major Tom at the end of ''Space Oddyssey'' was one for many years. It takes most people a couple or more listens to realise where the song leaves him.
19th Sep '12 6:30:29 PM Rosebud
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* In the late 70s, Bowie made a video featuring a mad artist ("Look Back in Anger" of the album "The Lodger"). More or less twenty years later, he played a mad artist, Julian Priest, in the TV series "The Hunger." It is mentioned in his first episode that Priest "dropped everything and came to New York." It could be argued that the Lodger dropped everything,came to New York, and became the scary, philosophical Julian Priest!
7th Jan '12 1:36:42 AM LadyStardust
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* The Man Who Sold The World by DavidBowie is great because of this and its largely Nietzschian lyrics are already somewhat creepy but The Supermen is essentially about the death of god and how men are ripping each other apart and killing each other for a chance to die.

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* The Man Who Sold The World by DavidBowie is great because of this and its this. Its largely Nietzschian lyrics are already somewhat creepy but The Supermen is essentially about the death of god and how men are ripping each other apart and killing each other for a chance to die.
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