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David Bowie - Scary Monsters... And Super Creeps

David Bowie - Scary Monsters... And Super Creeps

Performer: David Bowie
Title: Scary Monsters... And Super Creeps
Style: Post Rock, Experimental
Country: US
Label: EMI
Size MP3 version: 1969 mb
Size FLAC version: 1363 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 107
Genre: Electronic / Rock

David Bowie - Scary Monsters... And Super Creeps


Tracklist

1Scream Like A Baby3:35
2Teenage Wildlife6:51
3Up The Hill Backwards3:13
4It's No Game (Part 1)4:15
5Alabama Song3:51
6It's No Game (Part 2)4:22
7Panic In Detroit (Re-Recorded 1979)3:00
8Space Oddity (Re-Recorded 1979)4:57
9Because You're Young4:51
10 Bonus Tracks
11Kingdom Come3:42
12Fashion4:46
13Crystal Japan3:08
14Ashes To Ashes4:23
15Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)5:10

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BOW LP 2, PL 13647David Bowie Scary Monsters ‎(LP, Album)RCA, RCABOW LP 2, PL 13647UK1980
RCA PL 13647, PL 13647David Bowie Scary Monsters ‎(LP, Album)RCA, RCARCA PL 13647, PL 13647Belgium1980
PL 13647David Bowie Scary Monsters ‎(LP, Album, Gat)RCAPL 13647Belgium1980
PL 83647David Bowie Scary Monsters ‎(LP, Album, RE)RCAPL 83647Europe1983
AQK1-3647David Bowie Scary Monsters ‎(Cass, Album, Dol)RCAAQK1-3647Canada1980

Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarTony Visconti (tracks: 2, 3)
  • Backing VocalsChris Porter, Lynn Maitland, Tony Visconti
  • Bass GuitarGeorge Murray
  • GuitarCarlos Alomar, Pete Townshend (tracks: 9), Robert Fripp (tracks: 1-3, 5, 6, 8, 10)
  • Guitar SynthesizerChuck Hammer (tracks: 4, 6)
  • Music By, Lyrics ByDavid Bowie (tracks: 1-7, 9-14)
  • PercussionDennis Davis
  • PianoRoy Bittan (tracks: 2, 4, 6)
  • ProducerDavid Bowie, Tony Visconti
  • Remastered ByNigel Reeve, Peter Mew
  • Vocals, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, SaxophoneDavid Bowie
  • VoiceMichi Hirota (tracks: 1)
  • Written-ByTom Verlaine (tracks: 8)

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Tintoretto Music
  • Copyright (c) – Mainman S.A.

Video

Album

Scary Monsters And Super Creeps - David Bowie. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Scary Monsters and Super Creeps, also known simply as Scary Monsters, is the 14th studio album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released on 12 September 1980 by RCA Records. It was Bowie's final studio album on the label and his first following the Berlin Trilogy, which consisted of Low, Heroes and Lodger 19771979. Though considered very significant in artistic terms, the trilogy had proven less successful commercially. With Scary Monsters, Bowie achieved what biographer David Buckley. David Bowie. Scary Monsters And Super Creeps. LatinAutor, SOLAR Music Rights Management и другие авторские общества 12. Scary Monsters mainly serves as a transitional album in Bowies career. While the album partly serves as Bowies final goodbye to his career up to that point with referential songs, he also questions what opportunities await him in the 80s with others. Meanwhile, other songs like Fashion or Scary Monsters and Super Creeps showcase a more worldly focus conformity with the norm, social anxiety, etc. and these serve as more of a concerned view towards the future rather than a look at the past. Scary Monsters and Super Creeps is an album by David Bowie. It's No Game No. Up the Hill Backwards. Scary Monsters and Super Creeps. Ashes to Ashes. Teenage Wildlife. Scream Like a Baby. Kingdom Come. Because You're Young. David Bowie: vocals. Categories: Studio Albums. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. David Bowie - Scary Monsters And Super Creeps 1980. Listen online to David Bowie - Scary Monsters and Super Creeps and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. David Bowie's first album of the new decade, 'Scary Monsters And Super Creeps,' came out on Sept. Elsewhere, however, many of the songs on Scary Monsters and Super Creeps were as challenging and unconventional as critics and discerning Bowie-philes could have asked for. The opening tune, It's No Game, married a plodding dirge to Bowie's intentionally strangled vocals and a female narration of the lyrics in Japanese. Scary Monsters presents David Bowie riveted to lifes passing parade: streamlined moderns, trendies and sycophants in 360 degrees of stark, scarifying Panavision. With its nervous voyeurism, Scary Monsters is more like Aladdin Sane probably Bowies best record than anything else. But because the bleakness that Bowie now witnesses is partially of his own devising, it gives the new LP a heavy, stricken pall. If theres condescension in the artists stance Prometheus aghast at what mortals have made of his gift, theres also genuine concern