|3. Slip Away|
|4. Slow Burn|
|6. I've Been Waiting For You|
|7. I Would Be Your Slave|
|8. I Took A Trip On A Gemini Spaceship|
|9. 5:15 The Angels Have Gone|
|10. Everyone Says 'Hi'|
|11. A Better Future|
|12. Heathen (The Rays)|
On the pro sides... I thought it was great to see Bowie working with Visconti again. There's some GREAT songs on this album too. Slip Away and Slow Burn being the highlights in my opinion.
This is certainly a good album, but I don't understand why people make it out like it's the only decent album Bowie's done in the past 20 years, when I wouldn't even say it was his best in the past decade, as I think everything the man's done since 1993 has been worthy. Now check out Reality, Bowie's most flawless album in 20 years.
Apparently this record was crafted in upstate New York. The song "Sunday" announces a "beginning to an end." It's a serious dirge reminiscent of late 1970s Bowie. The second song "Cactus" is a Pixies cover where Bowie plays drums. It is straight forward rock which mixes acoustic and big drum sound and a cool tune. "Slip Away" is more like the stuff Bowie has done on previous albums. It has an interesting lyric about being in New York City where Bowie has spent more time recently.Read more ›