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Old 04-12-2021, 12:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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David Bowie

S Tier: (the greatest album ever made)

Low - Still my all-time favorite album and it pretty much has been since the day I discovered it. I've never really written about it because I don't know how I would start. I can't pick a favorite track off of it, I think I prefer side 1 but I find every track to be perfect for what it is so there's nothing I could ever point to as being a flaw with this album.

A Tier: (still legendary albums, like 9.5/10)

Hunky Dory: God damn this album is just banger after banger. Some of my favorite pop hooks and vocal performances by Bowie on this one.

"Heroes": how the **** did this mother****er make both this and Low in the same year

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars: probably the best glam rock album of all-time? Crazy to think Bowie was only just beginning when this came out

Blackstar: So different from the rest of his catalogue. So dark and upsetting but also beautiful.

B Tier: (very solid albums but not amazing, this is most of his catalogue)

Lodger, Aladdin Sane, Station to Station, Diamond Dogs, Young Americans, Scary Monsters, The Next Day

C Tier: (okay albums, worth listening if you love his work but otherwise skippable):

Everything else.

Actively Bad:

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