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Earthling 1997

February 28th, 2014 | by Nick
Earthling 1997

His twentieth album – and first to be recorded completely digitally – saw Bowie embracing drum and bass – reflecting the trends of the time – and producing himself. Once again entering the studio with no prepared material (this time a mere five days after his Outside tour ended), DB chose not to sample other people’s music, instead recording original parts and speeding them up. While not a huge seller, it was largely well-received by the critics.


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