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Aladdin Sane

David Bowie

1973

Aladdin Sane

Album Summary

Aladdin Sane is the sixth studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on 13 April 1973 through RCA Records. The follow-up to his breakthrough The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972), it was the first album he wrote and released from a position of stardom. It was produced by Bowie and Ken Scott and features contributions from Bowie's backing band the Spiders from Mars — comprising Mick Ronson, Trevor Bolder and Mick Woodmansey — as well as pianist Mike Garson, two saxophonists and three backing vocalists. Recorded at Trident Studios in London and RCA Studios in New York City between legs of the Ziggy Stardust Tour, the record was Bowie's final album with the full Spiders lineup. Bowie wrote most of the tracks on the road in the US between shows. Because of this, many of the tracks are greatly influenced by America and Bowie's perceptions of the country. Due to the American influence and the fast-paced songwriting, the record features a tougher and raunchier glam rock sound than its predecessor. The lyrics reflect the pros of Bowie's newfound stardom and the cons of touring and paint pictures of urban decay, drugs, sex, violence and death. Some of the songs are influenced by the Rolling Stones, and a cover of their song "Let's Spend the Night Together" is included. The album features a new character called Aladdin Sane, a pun on "A Lad Insane", whom Bowie described as "Ziggy Stardust goes to America". The cover artwork, shot by Brian Duffy and featuring a lightning bolt across Bowie's face, was the most expensive cover ever made at the time and represents the split personality of the Aladdin Sane character and Bowie's mixed feelings of the tour and stardom. It is regarded as one of his most iconic images. Preceded by the singles "The Jean Genie" and "Drive-In Saturday", Aladdin Sane was Bowie's most commercially successful record up to that point, topping the UK Albums Chart and helped garner immense popularity for the artist there. It also received positive reviews from music critics, although many found it inferior to its predecessor. The popularity continued throughout the latter half of the Ziggy Stardust Tour, which featured various setlist and stage production changes. In later decades, Aladdin Sane has appeared on several best-of lists and is viewed by Bowie's biographers as one of his essential releases. It has been reissued several times and was remastered in 2013 for its 40th anniversary, which was included on the 2015 box set Five Years (1969–1973).

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3.64

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5616

Genres

  • Rock
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Wed Mar 10 2021
4

Ziggy Stardust wrote the blueprint for David Bowie's hard-rocking glam, and Aladdin Sane essentially follows the pattern, for both better and worse. A lighter affair than Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane is actually a stranger album than its predecessor, buoyed by bizarre lounge-jazz flourishes from pianist Mick Garson and a handful of winding, vaguely experimental songs. Bowie abandons his futuristic obsessions to concentrate on the detached cool of New York and London hipsters, as on the compressed rockers "Watch That Man," "Cracked Actor," and "The Jean Genie." Bowie follows the hard stuff with the jazzy, dissonant sprawls of "Lady Grinning Soul," "Aladdin Sane," and "Time," all of which manage to be both campy and avant-garde simultaneously, while the sweepingly cinematic "Drive-In Saturday" is a soaring fusion of sci-fi doo wop and melodramatic teenage glam. He lets his paranoia slip through in the clenched rhythms of "Panic in Detroit," as well as on his oddly clueless cover of "Let's Spend the Night Together." For all the pleasures on Aladdin Sane, there's no distinctive sound or theme to make the album cohesive; it's Bowie riding the wake of Ziggy Stardust, which means there's a wealth of classic material here, but not enough focus to make the album itself a classic.

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Tue Jan 26 2021
3

Laughed out loud at the off-key piano solo on the title track. Bowie truly is a lad insane. "We told David to lay on the keys and he actually did it, the absolute mad man!" Alex made the observation on Station to Station that the vocals were mixed lower than the instruments, and I think the same is true here, especially on the opener. Sometimes I can barely make out the lyrics, and as a result, I find myself paying less attention to what Bowie has to say. But that doesn't get in the way of enjoyment for me because the music is really good! Just like Station to Station, a good bit of variety here. "Jean Genie" sounds like it could've been on the Rolling Stones album we just reviewed. Like that album, this one didn't blow me away or move me too much, but it's a solid effort from the Starman. Favorite tracks: Aladdin Sane, Panic in Detroit, The Jean Genie. Album art: Definitely iconic. That lightning bolt makeup look is one of the most easily recognizable symbols in rock culture. I'm not up to speed on my Bowie lore but I thought this was Ziggy Stardust. Apparently this is a character called Aladdin Sane, who Bowie described as "Ziggy Stardust goes to America." You think it's insane to visit the Land of the Free, Mister Brit? 3.5/5

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Tue May 11 2021
5

It would be hard for me to give anything but a 5 to the original material put out by Bowie between 72 & 77. I didn't like this so much when I first heard it back in the day, but I started listening to it again in the last year. The title track and erie ballads really stand out with the crazy piano playing. The glam rockers sound greasy & unpolished compared to those on Ziggy but the fact that he was listening to alot of the Stones when he was writing these songs could explain that - they have an Exile on Main Street feel. I'm disappointed that such a prolific writer would do a top 40 cover, but that's only one song, and it's a pretty good cover.

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Tue Jan 18 2022
3

Aujourd'hui, j'ai décidé de prendre tout le monde à contre-pied et de m'adresser directement à David Bowie. David, tu fais partie du cercle très fermé des plus grands escrocs de la musique mondiale, dirigé je le rapelle par Frank Zappa. Ton album est une mixture dégueulasse de sonorités ratées, que tu tentes de porter avec une voix des plus banales et insignifiantes. La présence d'un guitariste correct te permet de sauver un 3/5 inespéré au vu de l'entame d'album expérimentale nauséabonde. Maintenant, je vais m'adresser a toi robtenaillère. ça fait maintenant plusieurs jours qu'aucune review n'a été postée de ta part, ce qui met Robert dans une colère noire. Dans cette colère, par ta faute, Robert a décidé d'aller porter quelques coups de fouets à Ray Charles afin de se calmer. Ce dernier est maintenant encore un peu plus recroquevillé dans sa celulle mitoyenne aux New York Dolls, qui ne cessent de le pointer du doigt en gloussant et poussant des cris aigus. Je te suggère, au nom de Robert, de rapidement te reprendre en main, sans quoi tu sais à quelles sanctions tu t'exposes...

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Thu Jul 08 2021
5

The Midas touch. This is Bowie in his absolute pomp… what an album!

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Mon Jan 04 2021
5

false

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Tue Sep 29 2020
5

Modern, kind of jazzy, chromatic.

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Thu Nov 05 2020
5

Yes

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Sat Jan 23 2021
5

YASSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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Fri Apr 02 2021
5

Bowie always great. Favorite part about doing these albums is listening to things I haven't heard from greats like him.

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Tue Mar 30 2021
5

Could be my #1 Bowie. It’s close.

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Fri Jul 09 2021
5

Great album. Not much to say other than glam rock/bowie essential listening.

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Fri Jan 15 2021
5

nice

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Thu Jan 28 2021
5

Panic in Detroit is one of Bowie's best songs.

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Thu Jan 14 2021
5

Excellent. Classic Bowie

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Wed Feb 03 2021
5

What David Bowie sounds like in front of a great rock band, The Spiders from Mars. Particularly enjoy Mick Robson’s guitar and Mike Garson’s barking mad piano on the title track .

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Thu May 06 2021
5

the epitome of glam rock. it made me desperately want to watch him perform this live. the keys! the sax! his vocals! he's just oozing charisma that's funky, ostentatious, and wild, making you feel like if you had a night out on the town with him it would be the craziest and most fun night. some may say it's unfocused, but I think the disparate stories under this funky glam rock persona cater to Aladan Sane - he's dynamic, chromatic, fluid, and a bit mad.

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Thu Jan 14 2021
5

What more is there to say than it's classic bowie?

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Mon Apr 26 2021
5

Bowie was always versatile - he shifts around from rock songs to more theatrical type performances. I love how he tries different vocal styles for different songs. Also love Mick Ronson’s guitar sound and his playing. Jean Genie’ and ‘panic iin Detroit’ are the 2 stand-out tracks. The stones cover and some of the theatrical pieces aren’t great: the album is a 4 but he gets an extra point because he is David Bowie - one of the greatest rock n roll stars of all time

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Sat Feb 13 2021
5

I mean, what can I say? This shit was life changing.

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Tue Mar 30 2021
5

Ziggy goes to America. I love this album, I think it's my 4th favourite Bowie. A great chaotic follow-up to Spiders. The piano work is incredible.

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Thu Jan 14 2021
5

One of my all time favorites! I discovered Bowie in like 8th grade with Ziggy Stardust. I think I first heard Aladdin in college. Watch That Man - A driving rock opener. Simple, but gets your grooving. Shades of Rebel Rebel Aladdin Sane - Just perfection. Bowie essentially has a seizure on a piano during what is ostensibly a pop rock album. Love the screaming squeaky sax and the bass line that just repeats forever. Drive In Saturday - Bowie does Motown. This feels like it would be appropriate at a high school type dance or in a movie about a high school type dance. Sax areas the show again. Panic in Detroit - I’ll never forgive him for pronouncing Detroit wrong. But he does good guitars and bass so it’s okay. Cracked Actor - This song is filthy. Five stars. Time - Second best track. Haunting. Carnivals! Fun! Imagine what it would look like for time to “fall wanking to the floor”. It’s important to remember that Dave was surviving on a diet of milk, bell peppers, and cocaine at this time. The Prettiest Star - the only forgettable track I think. Nice. Doo-wop vibe. Let’s Spend the Night Together - The crazy piano comes back! A driving desperation throughout. Jean Genie - Bluesy as heck. Harmonica and all. I don’t know what a jean genie is but maybe you meet one after you’ve had enough milk and cocaine. Lady Grinning Soul - The piano on this and Bowie’s vocals are breathtaking. Tender and sad. Most underrated track. John I’m Only Dancing - Dumb and Fun. I like both versions, but this one is better because of the sax. All the Young Dudes - I know he wrote this for Mott the Hoople, but it’s always been Bowie’s song. This version is so much better than theirs.

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Thu Jan 14 2021
5

This David Bowie guys pretty good. Who woulda thunk

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Sat Feb 06 2021
5

damn fantastic album

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Tue Feb 23 2021
5

iconic

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Fri May 14 2021
5

Hi: Watch That Man, Drive-In Saturday, Time, Let's Spend The Night Together There's literally nothing wrong with this album, but as far as Bowie albums go it isn't my favorite. It's raucous and not too moody, pretty good rock n' roll Bowie album. No bad tracks, just better tracks.

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Wed Feb 17 2021
5

Loved every song, but it's Bowie so... that's to be expected

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Fri Jan 29 2021
5

Yeah it's good, but feels like he's trying too hard if anything.

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Tue Jan 26 2021
5

Loved it! David Bowie in the USA. From the play on words within the title I was ready to see through his eyes how America looked to a Ladd from across the pond. A beautiful cover, understandable lyrics and fun beat all worked together to make this is a great album. This is the first album I liked more that 50% of the songs. Favs were Jean Genie, Lady Grinning & AlladIn Sane. I truly enjoyed this album. He was before his time for extravagant display of art, persona and musical talent. “Ground control to Major Tom” is looking down on us all!

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Tue May 11 2021
5

So my first COVID mask (other than plain coloured Costco specials) had  Bowie sporting his Aladdin Sane lightning bolt makeup. Guess you know where this rating is heading. This one of four Bowie albums that I claim is my all time favourite whenever I play it.  Mike Garson's piano playing is nothing short of amazing. Highlights are the title track as well as Time and Lady Grinning Soul. I also think Mick Ronson delivers some of his strongest playing as his playing style is perfect for the raw glam sound of this album. His solo to start Prettiest Star as well as his solos on Cracked Actor and Time are quintessential Mick Ronson. His acoustic playing on Lady Grinning Soul is also impressive. Drive-in Saturday is my favourite song on the album. But like my favourite Bowie LP claims, take it with a grain of salt since it's playing as I write this. How can you not love a song that has the words like  "it's a crash course for the ravers" ? Also, I  have a painting of Twiggy in my living room so the words " she sighed like Twig the wonderkid" seal the deal. I also like how he sucks up to Mick Jagger in this song by referring to Mick as the sex symbol who the futuristic sexless society is trying to emulate. As is typical with great albums, it's hard to say whether side 1 or 2 is better.  Side 2 starts w Time.  It's pure genius how the words "sniper in the brain, regurgitating drain" capture the horror of an early demise by overdose. I suppose in another decade, the words "goddamn you're getting old; you'll sneeze and catch a cold cause you left your coat behind" will resonate more with me.  I would have bet lots of money that Let's Spend the Night Together was on Pinups. Hmm. I guess its being on this album is consistent with the "sucking up to Mick J'' theme on Aladdin Sane.  As is the case with all my four favourite Bowie albums, this one also ends with a ballad, Lady Grinning Soul, the beautifully haunting song about the hauntingly beautiful Claudia Lennear. It's also another connection to Mick J since he was another of this lady's  grinning souls and he also wrote a song about her, although his name for her - Brown Sugar - made his song  just a wee bit less romantic.  

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Wed Jul 14 2021
5

One of the pillars of Bowie's loft discography and possibly his most iconic album cover. All the songs here are noticeable in their own unique way.

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Sat Mar 27 2021
5

Me ha gustado mucho desde la primer escuchada, que buen álbum.

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Mon Apr 05 2021
5

Had never listened to this and was really impressed by this album. It felt like there was some thought put into the full album rather than just kind of piling songs together - really enjoyed it all the way through.

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Thu Apr 15 2021
5

Loved it. Love Bowie, Love the album and the style. Honestly didn't listen to it again but hey I remember it being great...

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Thu Apr 29 2021
5

I'm probably not biased in this one, because Bowie is my favourite artist, but this album is a jem.

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Wed May 12 2021
5

Cool

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Wed May 12 2021
5

Of the seven Bowie albums on the list, this is probably the least essential (well, this or Young Americans), but I do love it anyway. It's the sound of Ziggy Stardust coming undone, and it's a fun, wild ride.

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Thu Jul 01 2021
5

A really good follow up album after the extremely high bar set by Ziggy Stardust. It's not as good as Ziggy but it still holds it's own. I would have probably given it 4.5/5

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Sat May 22 2021
5

amazing album, the others all felt great to listen to but this broke that barrier and went more than great. 10/10.

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Mon Sep 27 2021
5

41 minutes of pure listening pleasure!

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Sat Oct 02 2021
5

Great

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Sat Oct 02 2021
5

Blown away Sounds like a modern release from the 70s

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Fri Oct 08 2021
5

Wonderful album full of songs I've never heard. Definitely one to return back to.

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Sat Oct 16 2021
5

este es un álbum increible, con buena música, la voz increíble de david bowie y sus composiciones hermosas, obviamente le voy a dar 5 estrellas

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Mon Oct 25 2021
5

Classic

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Fri Nov 12 2021
5

liked this a lot, surprisingly!

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Sun Nov 14 2021
5

I hate to say this is my first time listening to this album cover to cover. Of course like ever other Bowie album I've listened to, its terrific.

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Tue Nov 16 2021
5

This album was amazing from start to finish. I listened to it twice in a row, I enjoyed it that much. My highlights were Watch That Man, Aladdin Sane and The Jean Genie.

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Tue Nov 16 2021
5

What an incredible run of albums - Hunky Dory, Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane. Bowie’s consistency over this period is astounding. There are some absolute classics here - jazzy dance with a horn section on Watch That Man, nutty piano solos on Aladdin Sane, the masterful ‘50s homage Drive-In Saturday, gritty Panic in Detroit, the affecting Prettiest Star and the floor filler Jean Genie. The Bowie reinvention continues apace and he keeps you guessing.

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Thu Nov 18 2021
5

One of Bowie's best, 'Panic in Detroit' is one of his most overlooked classics

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Tue Nov 23 2021
5

This was more of a rock album than many of Bowies other releases. So not as much up my alley than other albums. But, it's still Bowie before his 90s phase so it's still fantastic. I like the inclusion of a bunch of piano, particularly the solo on Aladin Sane. There are also some entertaining lyrics; "Time (falls) wanking to the floor" made me chuckle.

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Sat Dec 04 2021
5

One of my favorite albums ever: sound, songs, all perfect. I thought this album was seen as bit uneven but very solid Bowie album, so great that this is on the list after all.

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Sat Dec 04 2021
5

It's Bowie, so of course it's brilliant.

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Sat Dec 25 2021
5

Classic. Not a bad track, although of course there are some good and some great. Drive in Saturday, let's spend the night night together, jean genie and the title track the best known, and most immediate for me because of that. Look forward to hearing plenty more from one of the best artists there ever was.

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Fri Jan 07 2022
5

4.5/5. Has Bowie ever missed?

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Tue Jan 11 2022
5

For some reason in my head I always think this album came out in the early 80s or very late 70s, and am always shocked when I see 1973. Bowie was always ahead of his time. Anyway, it's spectacular.

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Wed Jan 19 2022
5

- Uma das capas mais bonitas de todos os tempos - PURO GLAMOUR - Só tem hit

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Wed Jan 26 2022
5

25th January 2022 Listened on Monday while pottering. Had a chilled one in the evening with Victor watching the lighthouse. Zavid strides that line between rock and art masterfully.

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Fri Feb 04 2022
5

5, easy

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Thu Feb 10 2022
5

40 minutes of the craziest glam-rock to ever be recorded. One of Bowie's best without a doubt.

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Tue Feb 15 2022
5

very cool

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Tue Feb 15 2022
5

This is glam, glam, and more glam. Wham glam, thank you ma’am… with your 5 o’ clock shadow and all. (If 'Aladdin Sane' doesn’t share a proud place among folks like T. Rex and Slade and Queen on the national Pride Day’s playlist of rock selections, then I don’t know who should. I don’t know if I’m buying the offered interpretation of that dollop of liquid on Bowie’s shoulder as a tear drop, are you?) I lost count on the number of sub glam genres Bowie explored in a mere eleven tracks : Glam rock, of course, right off the bat on ‘Watchin’ That Man,’ but also the classic glam rock hit, ‘The Jean Genie,’ complete with what Bruce Springsteen lyrics would have sounded like had the boss put on a little eyeliner. Bowie served up some exotic glam jazz on the title track that eventually morphed into a jazzy drone, very Roxy music. And who besides Bowie can get away with lyrics like ‘Sadden Glissando Strings’? Come to think of it, what other lyrics would you expect on this LP? ‘Drive In Saturday,’ a glam 50’s do wop song in 3/4 tempo made an appearance along with the shot of glam western saloon on ‘Time.’ And, for the record, Bowie does not like ‘Him,’ Time. I guess no proper glam artist would. Time can’t seem to shake his tag-a-long kid brother, Age. There was a bit of tribal/world glam on ‘Panic In Detroit,’ complete with a tasty addition of maracas, ala 'Beggars Banquet' Stones (I’d love to hear a Rolling Stones cover of this). Glam punk smacked us across the face on Bowie’s re-do of another Stones’ hit, ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together,’ with Bowie’s version actually out-sexing the Stones more subtle original! Frankly, I’d be more scared to spend the night with this Bowie than with those Stones. By ‘Prettiest Star,’ the seventh track- which could have resided easily among the other tunes on Queen’s 'A Night At The Opera' LP- I was starting to get a little camp-weary. A little bit of this sparkling shooting star Bowie, as glorious as that is, goes a long way. That said, though, this LP was a winner, from start to finish. And how about that finish- glam latino? I imagined this as a score to a Spaghetti western movie, if Sergio Leone had ever come out. ‘Lady Grinning Soul,’ was the perfectly exotic ending to this romp through the many glam lands of the expansive reign of Bowiedom. And what traveling company, too: the legendary Mick Ronson on guitar, who does one of the coolest little variants on a traditional rock chord progression I’ve ever heard; and, in that playfully sassy, trashy, slutty, nasty, crunchy guitar sound for which he was identified. Don’t forget players Mike Garson and Ken Fordham on wild piano and crazy sax, respectively (‘Aladdin Sane’). Incidentally, Aladdin Sane, just like Ziggy Stardust, was yet another persona of Bowie’s. Apparently, he felt Ziggy was too polished, so Aladdin was born to move more towards the more unpolished sound of, again, the Stones. And it works, baby, it works. It rocks AND rolls. Sometimes it even rolls and rocks. I could quote a whole laundry list of lyrics like, ‘You sold me illusions for a sack full of checks. You’ve made a bad connection ‘cause I just want your sex.’ What’s more glam than that? But here’s the defining one for me, and it was on the very first track. I couldn’t help but wonder if Bowie was dissing someone else, or perhaps, if this was actually autobiographical. Either way, its still very much… uh huh… glam: ‘Watch that man! Oh, honey, watch that man. He talks like a jerk but he could eat you with a fork and spoon. Watch that man! Oh, honey, watch that man. He walks like a jerk but he’s only taking care of the room.’ I was entering my freshman year of high school in 1973- awkward, not enough knowledge of self to even know what to esteem, horny, lonely, disaffected, moody… you know, pretty normal for a new teenager. I don’t think I had much exposure or was especially drawn to glam, although looking back on it my love for Elton John’s 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' should have served as a sign that my musical orientation might be a little more curious than I had considered. Bi-curious, by rock standards. I enjoyed every song on 'Aladdin Sane,' and several even more than that. Don’t know how this one remained in my closet. Glad it’s out now.

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Thu Feb 17 2022
5

Had never before listened to this in its entirety. Listened twice today, once in the background this morning and a second time more focussed while walking Lucy ( my Vizsla). Only knew Jean Genie and “lets spend the night…” - rolling stonspes cover- the rest were new to me. It has the feel of a unique artist very much in his element. Great and original album. A classic.

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Fri Feb 18 2022
5

Aladdin Sane can stay stuck in my head forever.

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Sat Feb 19 2022
5

Features two of his best songs, Jean Genie and Lady Grinning Soul. Great stuff overall and a career highlight in a legendary discography.

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Sat Mar 12 2022
5

Bowie was insanely talented. Every song is unique. Every song could have been a single. He could compose. He could sing. He could perform. He was a full-stack musician.

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Mon Mar 14 2022
5

Very good!

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Wed Mar 16 2022
5

Pucha, nada que hacer. Uno de mis discos favoritos de David y uno de los más rockeros. Ya me imagino cómo era escuchar esta obsenidad por allá en 1973. Mi favorita es Jean Genie, pero tiene otras joyas como Watch that Man o Aladdin Sane. Un clásico

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Sat Mar 19 2022
5

Damn

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Fri Apr 01 2022
5

My favourite Bowie album - although every Bowie album is my favourite album from Hunky Dory through to The Lodger whenever I play them. This was his sixth album - SIXTH ffs. It was recorded almost as an afterthought in-between legs of the Ziggy tour. It gets a little deep in places and shows where the cracks were starting to appear. Mike Garson's haunting piano ramblings darken the mood, as well as adding a touch of Les Dawson humour. Pretty much flawless. His name was always Buddy. Yep.

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Sat Apr 16 2022
5

A classic!

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Wed May 11 2022
5

This album is disturbing and glam. The title track has the extended free jazz solo that sounds like razor blades falling down a bunch of stairs. Panic In Detroit is probably my favorite song on the album. No, it's Cracked Actor. No, Let's Spend The Night Together is it. No, it's Jean Genie! this album goes to some fabulously depraved places with a vaudeville sensibility. Almost to say "Come See The Freak Show, Watch The Descent From The Bottom Up!"

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Thu May 12 2022
5

Great album - cracked actor underrated! Some big songs.

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Sat May 14 2022
5

One of my favourite Bowie albums.

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Mon Jun 06 2022
5

Good.

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Fri Jun 10 2022
5

More!

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Fri Jun 17 2022
5

This experimental (yet accessible) record is more like the type of Bowie music enjoy. There's lots of variety with up-tempo rock and roll tracks like 'Watch That Man', spooky numbers like 'Aladdin Sane' (with an extended instrumental free jazz coda of piano and sax), mellow mid tempo pop like 'Drive-In Saturday' and 'Panic In Detroit' features exotic percussion. Every track is a winner for different reasons (love the diversity), Bowie sings well, the production is ragged and dense, yet it's sounds crisp and clear. I'm not familiar with his whole catalogue, but this rock/pop record is one of his best I have heard so far, in short a timeless classic

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Thu Jul 07 2022
5

Album that just gets better while listening to it. Starts off a little odd but has a good vibe.

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Sat Jul 09 2022
5

One of the very best

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Sat Jul 16 2022
5

Definitely one of my fav Bowie records.

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Tue Jul 19 2022
5

Heard before: yes Awesome album. Great pop songs, the band sounds amazing. The piano playing is crazy! Favourite tracks: Drive-In Saturday, Jean Genie, Panic in Detroit Least favourite tracks: none

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Tue Jul 19 2022
5

This queer, weird eyed lesbian punk really turns my stomach, but what a joyful record this is. I can feel myself turning for him and it's only compounded by the knowledge that he's dead and I'm a prolific necrophile.

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Mon Aug 15 2022
5

Fun, rythym heavy, Bowie vibes

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Tue Aug 23 2022
5

Fantastic!

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Tue Aug 23 2022
5

Underrated Bowie album often overshadowed by ziggy and it’s iconic album art. guy in youtube video essay said it best: “it’s like an americanized version of Ziggy Stardust”

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Thu Aug 25 2022
5

Great album. Jean Jeanie.

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Sun Aug 28 2022
5

Aladdin Sane frames itself as a straight rock record, but upon a closer listen, it shows itself to be much more. Flashes of experimentalism alongside nods to 50s rock, and straight glam rock show a more forward thinking side. The lyrics detailing excess seem to continue the Ziggy Stardust story, as though the line between Bowie and Ziggy had become blurred.

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Mon Aug 29 2022
5

Such a weird and amazing album

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Mon Aug 29 2022
5

実験計画を立てながら聴いていた。 元気が出る。アルバムを通して、明るい印象。ただし歌詞は正確に把握しておらず、雰囲気だけで音楽を楽しむのもありだと思いつつも、やはり歌詞もあとで確認しておきたいところではある。

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Wed Sep 07 2022
5

Decisamente un buon inizio. Decisamente da riascoltare.

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Fri Sep 16 2022
5

Even though I prefer other Bowie albums (slightly) this one still rates!

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Sat Oct 08 2022
5

Probably my favorite album of his. Very rock forward.

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Sat Oct 08 2022
5

As iconic as it's front cover is, Aladdin Sane fails to reach the lofty heights of it's predecessor in continuing Ziggy Stardust, but as a stand alone album the only true misstep is in Bowie's Rolling Stones cover. A gracious and bolstering farewell to The Spiders from Mars.

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Sun Oct 09 2022
5

what a neat album! nice and weird with that quick-ass piano going all over the place! super fun - 10/10

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Tue Oct 18 2022
5

Extremely solid rock'n'roll. David doing some of his finest work.

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Tue Oct 18 2022
5

Awesome

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Mon Oct 24 2022
5

Weird but in the best way possible. The whole record screams Americana and Bowie completely nails it. Experimental and funky and just completely out there at points. Masterful guitars, drums, melodies, and Bowies vocal work is great. Really enjoyed the bulk of the record and I loved how experimental the music and the lyrics could, but I can understand why this record is not as highly regarded as its predecessor in Ziggy Stardust. The lyrics at points were profound and at others were insanely clever and witty, Bowie does not hold back and isn't afraid to not be subtle at all. Great record from start to finish. Favorite Track: Lady Grinning Soul Least Favorite Track: Let's Spend the Night Together

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Sun Nov 06 2022
5

Is this album as good as hunky dory or Ziggy stardust? No Is it still a 5/5? Obviously This one is much heavier and acts as a flurry of bangers each as great as the next. It actually probably has less filler than hunky or Ziggy but it also has one less track and never reaches those exact heights. Oh yeah and it also has got one of the most iconic album covers of all time.

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Mon Nov 07 2022
5

Just an incredible album. I liked this one better than Heroes (another incredible album) because of the jazz vibes in the instrumentals. Bowie really was a special artist. Favorite track: Cracked Actor

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Thu Nov 24 2022
5

The 3rd (of 9!) Bowie album I've gotten and this is the first one that's really connected with me. It was really great and it sounded fresh to me. Maybe this is finally the entry into Bowie's catalogue I've been looking for.

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Wed Oct 21 2020
4

There are some excellent moments on this album, but as a whole, I lose interest in the second half and find the lyrics not especially engaging. Good - but possibly a little overrated.

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Tue Nov 03 2020
4

Decent David Bowie album. 8/10

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Mon Dec 14 2020
4

I enjoyed it more than I expected. Probably closer to a 3.5/ 3.7ish.

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Wed Sep 30 2020
4

didn't get a chance to listen closely, so need to go back to this one

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Mon Dec 14 2020
4

solid bowie - got some funky, weird stuff going on, while still being accessible, but doesn't reach his typical highs

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Wed Dec 02 2020
4

, 8/10

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Thu Nov 05 2020
4

Cool as hell. Need to listen again, a little better.

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Wed May 12 2021
4

Good album but just shy of a masterpiece/5 stars

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Fri Feb 12 2021
4

I think I liked Hunky Dory more overall, but this was still a good album. The first two tracks were great. It felt more polished than HD. I don’t have a whole lot to say about it specifically but I may revisit when I’m more familiar with Bowie’s early catalog. I feel like these discographies (for a lot of artists, not just Bowie) are so massive I want to compare the albums with each other in the context of the full career. Al this to say, fine album, better than a lot of the ones we’ve listened to, worse than others.

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Wed Jan 20 2021
4

At times raw and almost primal. Intense tempos and interesting lyrics.

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Fri Jan 15 2021
4

Holy T. Rex vibes Didn't get as into it as some other David Bowie albums, possibly because I knew them better

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Tue Jun 22 2021
4

Super engaging, diverse, and well-produced. More enjoyable than other Bowie I've listened to. Slaps.

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Thu May 27 2021
4

I liked more here than I thought. There's so much David Bowie blindspots I have, and while everything on this album isn't absolutely amazing, there is a lot of production and intent going on, nothing seems half-assed. I enjoyed the janky-ness of some of the playing, 3.5 up to 4.

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Thu May 27 2021
4

Hadn't listened to this one in awhile and I really enjoyed listening to it again. Some great tracks but as an album I don't think it holds up as well as others in his catalog. My favorite track is probably "Time."

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Tue Mar 23 2021
4

Enjoyed it.

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Wed Feb 10 2021
4

Yeah yeah yeah yeah fine

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Wed Feb 10 2021
4

Production: 13/20 Songwriting: 16/20 Innovation: 14/20 Bangers: 20/20 Emotional response: 16/20 =79 Oooooh one mark off a 5!

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Fri Jan 15 2021
4

"Time"

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Tue Jan 26 2021
4

David Bowie strikes again! Going back to the early 70's era of Bowie is always a treat. This album seems to be his first venture into the more bluesy American style that was prevalent in his next few albums. But what makes this album triumph againts the likes of Young Americans and Pin-ups is the perfect balance it strikes between experimental and accessible, earning it a place in the big three albums of Bowie's Ziggy Stardust days. Unfortunately, this album is the Larry Hemsworth of the Ziggy albums. Sure it's good, but Diamond Dogs and Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust are the more attractive brothers. There are definitely less iconic Bowie songs from this album, but the songs here are all really solid and work together to create a great album. Bowie's vocal performance on this album is top-notch, probably one of his best. It was much less put-on and showey, more natural but still retaining that iconic glamorous feeling. My verdict of this album is that it's totally worth listening to if you're a Bowie fan, but if you want to get into Bowie then go for Diamond Dogs, which perfects the same musical ideas presented in this album, with catchier and more thematically interesting songs. Favorite track: Time Least Favorite: The Jean Genie

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Thu May 27 2021
4

I was hearing a lot of texture in the songs, lots of layers to listen to. I like the heavy rock n roll, and simultaneous sophistication he brings to it. I haven't listened to many Bowie records front to back, really enjoying it.

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Sat Jan 23 2021
4

Gotta love some Bowie

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Thu Feb 18 2021
4

It's epic Bowie. Glam and decadence. It's amazing how layered the rock sound is. Other than the strange Let's Spend the Night cover, it is solid and has several absolute classics.

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Fri Apr 16 2021
4

good as you'd expect

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Sat Feb 13 2021
4

Holy Crap David Bowie. You managed to make this, Transformer and Hunky Dory in the span of 3 years? This is wonderful, the Birth of Ziggy Stardust, the honky tonk. This is tock and roll, where hunky dory could get weird and wild this is grooving. Like a Jean Genie, I want to spend my time with aladdin sane

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Wed Apr 28 2021
4

Very rocky and out there, Bowie is always good

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Wed Jul 14 2021
4

Really solid album, first time I’ve really listened to any Bowie, especially from before the 80s era. I’m excited to see where that goes

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Wed Jul 14 2021
4

Not usually a huge Bowie fan, but this was a pretty fun listen Favorite Tracks: “Watch That Man,” “Panic In Detroit,” and “The Jean Genie”

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Thu Jan 14 2021
4

beautiful

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Wed May 12 2021
4

Cool album! I personally think it says more about the rock sound at that time, than it does of Bowie, but it is still characteristic of the Bowie persona.

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Sat Jan 16 2021
4

Typical Bowie style album with lyrics to match. A nice driving album.

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Thu Feb 04 2021
4

I don't particularly enjoy David Bowie but he was a huge impact in rock music

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Wed Feb 10 2021
4

How can one not like Bowie?

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Mon Jan 25 2021
4

Bowie that I’ve never really listened to. I liked it.

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Tue Mar 30 2021
4

I'm guessing there are like 6 Bowie albums on this list. Which makes sense. Include Let's Dance you cowards!

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Thu Mar 25 2021
4

good

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Fri Feb 12 2021
4

For me this is Bowie in his core competency. I love Ziggy, and Bowie even says this is Ziggy goes to America. I love the glitz and glamourous treatment of the gritty subject matter. A lot of very pretty music about drugs, sex and violence. You could really hear the American influence on this album. Lots of blues guitar riffs, old doo-wop melodies, and even some plunky vaudevillian piano as well. "Drive in Saturday," "Panic in Detroit," and "Jean Jeanie" were my faves. Then I heard "Lady Grinning Soul," and DAMN! Flamenco guitar all up in there, with those fluttering keys mmmmmhmm that was a special way to close it out. I really loved this album but I've got to go with a 4 because this really was Ziggy 2 but just not quite as good.

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Fri Feb 12 2021
4

Not as good as Ziggy Stardust or Hunky Dory. But still had several good tracks on it.

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Fri Jan 29 2021
4

I think it’s pronounced Bowie Never listened to this album before, I think I’ll give his other stuff a chance after this.

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Tue Feb 02 2021
4

Classic

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Fri Feb 05 2021
4

Geen fan van Bowie, maar na dat zouteloze gezang van afgelopen dagen is dit een verademing. Fris en gevarieerd.

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Fri Jul 09 2021
4

Excellent. ****

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Sat Feb 06 2021
4

I like Bowie sometimes, but this album wasn't really my taste...

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Tue Apr 06 2021
4

Production: 13/20 Songwriting: 16/20 Innovation: 14/20 Bangers: 20/20 Emotional response: 16/20 =79 Oooooh one mark off a 5!

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Thu Mar 25 2021
4

Ziggy Glam fall out. Best Tracks: Watch That Man, Drive-In Saturday, Jean Genie

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Sat Feb 06 2021
4

Rock 'n Roll met stukjes Blues, Hard Rock en wat Jazz. Dit album bewijst op zich al wat een muzikale duizendpoot Bowie is. Ik dacht geen enkel nummer te kennen, tot 'The Jean Genie' begon te spelen.

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Sun Apr 04 2021
4

It's Bowie. Haven't listened to this one before, only heard a bit of bowie, but its a nice album

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Fri Mar 05 2021
4

.oigoigiogoig

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Tue Mar 16 2021
4

Ones I knew were good, eg Saturday night drive Early ones a bit too active and manic for background during work

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Tue Mar 16 2021
4

I like David Bowie, not sure why they would choose this album though.

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Sun Mar 21 2021
4

Some great guitar riffs. Not my most familiar Bowie project but enjoyable nonetheless

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Tue May 25 2021
4

Fantastic, truly.

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Sun Mar 28 2021
4

great fucking vibes ngl te pone de buen humor high energy good for high energy focus or even exercise

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Mon Apr 05 2021
4

I enjoyed the eclectic sounds present in this album. No two songs sounded the same. I’ve never been big on the glam but have been more appreciative of Bowie’s production genius as of late.

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Mon Apr 12 2021
4

7.5/10

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Thu Apr 15 2021
4

NICEEEEE 8..5/10

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Thu May 20 2021
4

Early 70s pop thing. Quite enjoyable, strong vibes.

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Sat Jul 03 2021
4

My first full Bowie album and I’ve got to say I’m a fan now! The piano and Bowie’s vocals really set this one apart for me. “Lady Grinning Soul” is hauntingly beautiful and the title track’s piano riffage is insane.

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Wed May 26 2021
4

Bon

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Sun May 23 2021
4

Only Bowie can make this old school genre of rock feel more awesome as can be. But I think I won’t listen to it again .

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Thu Jul 08 2021
4

Jean genieee

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Mon Jun 07 2021
4

Really good album - lots of interesting ideas and developments from TRAF

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Mon Jul 12 2021
4

Another brilliant album…

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Wed Jun 30 2021
4

Been dodging the Bowie discography forever so I was looking forward to this album. The first track didn't grab me and "Alladin Sane" might work better as a closing track given the eerie outro jam--good tune nonetheless. "Panic in Detroit" is new to me and I dig that blend of proto-punk and talking-heads-like world percussion. Didn't think Bowie would write a gritty song like Cracked Actor--hanging out with Iggy paid off. A Stones cover seems like a strange choice here. "Jean Genie" is a bop though. Overall, prettay, prettay good. Wish the gritty theme was consistent throughout the album, but perhaps thats alot to ask of a star on Bowie's level. 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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Wed Jun 30 2021
4

This album is a staple to any David Bowie fan. When the single is featured on most greatest hits and it’s the weakest song in the album, that says something. The piano work on Aladdin Sane is stellar.

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Thu Jul 29 2021
4

Mejor de lo que esperaba, muy escuchable. Tema preferido: Drive-In Saturday

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Tue Aug 03 2021
4

New to me. I'm more familiar with Bowie's Berlin trilogy than his earlier Stardust era stuff. Pretty good, I like the sort of raunchy Stones vibe but TBH I'd probably rather just listen to the Stones for that. Enjoyable album though.

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Tue Aug 03 2021
4

New to me. I'm more familiar with Bowie's Berlin trilogy than his earlier Stardust era stuff. Pretty good, I like the sort of raunchy Stones vibe but TBH I'd probably rather just listen to the Stones for that. Enjoyable album though.

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Tue Aug 03 2021
4

Bowie pulls off this trick he's done with me before where at the start I'm thinking this guy is just a rock and roller with a great makeup artist and photographer, but by the end he's sold me on the Bowie magic once again.

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Mon Aug 09 2021
4

Another Bowie classic! Good mix of songs/genres.

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Mon Aug 16 2021
4

One of Bowie’s classics, perfect apart form a couple songs

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Fri Aug 27 2021
4

4.5, rounded down unfortunately. It's a wonderful album, but when I compare it to other Bowie albums there are other ones I like more. So I have to save the 5 for those...

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Fri Sep 03 2021
4

Not what I expected. Some disorienting lumpy jazz moments which added to the albums journey. A better understanding of the narrative would like result in a second listen being worth it.

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Tue Sep 07 2021
4

This didn't grab me quite as hard as Ziggy Stardust, but it's cool hearing the more experimental stuff start to creep in to his sound. "Time" made me think of It's Always Sunny's "Night Man" - I wonder if that's its source!? Fave tracks - "Panic in Detroit" maybe, or "Cracked Actor"... I feel like if I listened to this album a bunch more times that rating might climb to 5...

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Fri Oct 01 2021
4

First Bowie album (from this list anyway). By my count, Bowie has more albums on this list than anyone else (8 - seems high). My knowledge of this album basically boiled down to the iconic album cover, "The Jean Genie", and the cover of the Stones' "Let's Spend The Night Together". And frankly I wasn't 100% sure this was the album Jean Genie appeared on (part of me associates with the video for "Blue Jean", which is something the internet needs to make happen). Turns out that Rolling Stones' cover is the only song on this album I don't especially like. Eight is Enough/Too Many for The Thin White Duke on this list. The proper number is a debate for another day, but Aladdin Sane absolutely deserves a place here.

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Tue Oct 05 2021
4

Very well balanced album, brilliant from start to finish, love the jazz influences

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Wed Oct 06 2021
4

-Solid album all the way through -One of the better Bowie albums -Catchy, upbeat songs -Really enjoyed this album and would add songs to my current playlist -Cool album art -Didn't dislike any songs but my most favourite were Watch That Man, Drive-In Saturday, Cracked Actor, The Prettiest Star, Lady Grinning Soul -For now I will give it 4 stars but it definitely has potential for 5 the more I listen to it

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Thu Oct 07 2021
4

Kind of liked it. I feel I have to listen to it more to understand it.

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Tue Oct 19 2021
4

Not as good as Hunky Dory, but still amazing. Some great keys throughout. Fav new track: Lady Grinning Soul

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Mon Oct 25 2021
4

It was good bowie

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Mon Oct 25 2021
4

Listened twice. Jazz piano on Aladdin Sane wasn’t for me but I love Lady Grinning Soul. Not my favourite Bowie album but still good

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Fri Oct 29 2021
4

David Bowie is best in seemingly smaller doses. Love the eccentricity, his showmanship is among the best to ever do it. Not very often does this listener feel that his music matches his ability for the dramatic and extra flair because it builds an expectation that the music would be as non-stop spectacular. Granted, very few, if any album would accomplish such high expectation, but David Bowie sells it better than anybody. The pro and con being that every song that resounds with the masses, the songs that do not exact a seemingly harder bout of disappointment. No love lost for David Bowie, "Aladdin Sane" is a fine album demonstrating a masterful discipline to staying committed to his act, if anything his consistency is the saving grace even if there is a saxophone on "Drive-in Saturday".

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Tue Nov 09 2021
4

Un gran disco de Bowie: entretenido, al grano, lleno de energía y de locuras (como los solos de piano en Aladin Sane). Creo que mi punto favorito es como recompone la aburrida "Let's Spend The Night Together" de los Stones y la hace una canción totalmente glam que vale la pena escuchar y bailar.

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Tue Nov 09 2021
4

4.5 | Tiene una particularidad curiosa en tanto que siendo de las portadas más icónicas de Bowie es de los discos que en mi opinión no tiene realmente canciones que se hicieron exitos de manera masiva. Creo de hecho que nunca lo había escuchado así completo al hilo como album y me dejó más que satisfecho. Es un disco muy "agil" que se va como agua en sus 40 minutos. No le falta, no le sobra. No lo considero entre sus "obras maestras" pero es un disco maravilloso.

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Tue Nov 09 2021
4

Aladdin as twin to Ziggy: It's so clear now but I missed it until today. I hear something like Blackstar, too, but that might come down to familiarity. The alien is a bit sadder here, and the songs are more for him. A piano can't deliver as much despair as woodwinds can, but the texture is still new and affecting. The style spirals out a bit at the end, into what might be the mad space of hedonism.

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Wed Nov 10 2021
4

Bluesy and Jazzy Piano, and Guitar Riffs are contained throughout the album. Bowie's bluesiest and jazziest album as far as I have heard, but ironically it does seem like he's trying to do too much at times. But it's Bowie - so the creative effort outmatches the overstimulation to make the album worth revisiting. Favorite song: Aladdin Sane

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Tue Nov 16 2021
4

Yes

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Sun Nov 21 2021
4

Review: An interesting album -- It's like a weird mix of Jazz, Classical, and Rock. Pretty good! Last track is very FOTS-like. Favorite Track: Time In one word: Wonkiness

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Wed Nov 24 2021
4

Onirico, pungente e coinvolgente. Non il miglior Bowie però.

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Wed Nov 24 2021
4

David Bowie! Fun and funky. I actually favorited some songs for this album

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Sat Dec 04 2021
4

Going into this, I thought Aladdin Sane was my favourite Bowie album, but upon listening to it again I realised that must have been mainly because of Time. Overall, I thought the album sounded rather harsh and had a bit too much dissonance for my taste. However, Time and Lady Grinning Soul are still two amazing songs that compelled me to lift my rating from 3 to 4 stars. Maybe I'll enjoy this album more on another day.

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Mon Dec 06 2021
4

goeike bowie

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Mon Dec 06 2021
4

Nice, al vond ik de vorige beter

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Sat Dec 11 2021
4

Excellent...

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Mon Dec 13 2021
4

I liked this album start to finish. Lot of songs I had not heard before. Height of Bowie and you can tell.

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Tue Dec 14 2021
4

Pretty good! No real low points

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Mon Dec 20 2021
4

Rating: 7/10 Best songs: Cracked actor

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Fri Dec 24 2021
4

Great album, almost as good as Ziggy

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Wed Dec 29 2021
4

Najlošiji od Dačinih koji su bili do sada tu, a opet je 4, mislim da to dovoljno govori kako kida konstantno. Totalno sam zaboravio na Lady Grinning Soul da postoji, jebem ti sve kako dobra pjesma.

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Wed Dec 29 2021
4

Sjećam se kad sam se vraćo iz Venecije busom prije 5-6 godina pa sam se prikačio na njihov wi-fi i tad sam nažalost samo glupi deezer mogao imati pa sam si odlučio ovaj album pustiti i slušo sam ga dok nisam potrošio prometa u busu - valjda sam imao tu neku glupu granicu. Pa tako da kad vidim cover/čujem album se sjetim tog. Međutim, kolikogod Bowie imao albuma, u tom i je stvar, puno kvalitetnih je imao, ali ovaj album nikako nije mogao ući u mojih top 5 jer jednostavno nije bilo mjesta za njega, a ni sad. Iako jako dobar album, jebiga, ima definitivno boljih od ovog - impresionirajuće zapravo. Važno je napomenuti što je na ovom albumu dosta naglasio piano, i to kvalitetno. R.I.P. legendo <3

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Wed Dec 29 2021
4

Nisam imala wifi pa ga nažalost nisam mogla skinut da ga poslušam ponovo. Ali poslušala sam ga kad je bio umro :( i iz sjećanja mi je album bio jako dobar. Dosta je sličan Ziggiju, što je uredu, a Ziggy je isto vrhunski album.

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