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Download links and information about Low by David Bowie. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 38:46 minutes.

Artist: David Bowie
Release date: 1977
Genre: Rock, Punk, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 38:46
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No. Title Length
1. Speed of Life (1999 Remaster) 2:46
2. Breaking Glass (1999 Remaster) 1:52
3. What In the World (1999 Remaster) 2:23
4. Sound and Vision (1999 - Remaster) 3:04
5. Always Crashing In the Same Car (1999 Remaster) 3:33
6. Be My Wife (1999 Remaster) 2:56
7. A New Career In a New Town (1999 Remaster) 2:53
8. Warszawa (1999 Remaster) 6:23
9. Art Decade (1999 Remaster) 3:47
10. Weeping Wall (Instrumental) [1999 Remaster] 3:28
11. Subterraneans (1999 Remaster) 5:41



For his American audience, David Bowie apparently made one left turn too many with Low, released in the first days of 1977. His Philly soul and glam-disco phases had broadened his appeal beyond the hard-rock audience that had gone for Ziggy and Diamond Dogs, sure. But when he compressed the funk of Station to Station into tight little avant-garde wafers (the first half of Low had seven tracks, one more than the whole of STS), the result was a precipitous drop in airplay. The four synthetic soundscapes (read: no words) on the second side didn't help much either. Of course, Bowie was ahead of the game, smelling like a rose growing up through concrete after the increasingly conservative likes of Rod Stewart and Queen were dissed by the new wave of punk rockers. That these grooves exude the beauty, strangeness, and humor of a man ridding himself of demons (a cocaine addiction that lurks behind "Always Crashing in the Same Car") makes them only more touching and classic.