The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust (CD) ~ David Bowie (Artist) Cover Art

Ziggy Stardust

By: David Bowie

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DISC 1 for Ziggy Stardust Album By David Bowie
1   Five Years (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
2   Soul Love (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
3   Moonage Daydream (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
4   Starman (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
5   It Ain't Easy (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
6   Lady Stardust (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
7   Star (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
8   Hang On To Yourself (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
9   Ziggy Stardust (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
10   Suffragette City (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
11   Rock 'N' Roll Suicide (1999 Digital Remaster) Buy
12   Grieg: Ballade in the Form of Variations on a Norwegian Melody in g minor, Op.24 Buy
13   Grieg: Two Elegaic Melodies for string orchestra, No. 1 The Wounded Heart Buy
14   Grieg: Two Elegaic Melodies for string orchestra, No.2 Last Spring Buy

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After flirting with heavy guitar rock ("The Man Who Sold the World") and lighter pop ("Hunky Dory"), Bowie found middle ground on Ziggy Stardust. The creation of the Ziggy Stardust persona would live on well after Bowie shed the alien skin, marking the first rock concept album by a sexually ambiguous, artistically bent musician who confounded critics at every turn. A blend of dramatic strings, swaggering saxophones, jagged guitars, and theatrical arrangements, the album's darker rock numbers like "It Ain't Easy," "Moonage Daydream," "Ziggy Stardust," and the irresistible "Suffragette City," still serve as solid excursions into the future (then and now) of rock. The buoyant "Hang on to Yourself" and the dreamy "Star" offer hints of optimism in Ziggy's bleak world. The dramatic "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide" and the image-heavy "Star Man" ("he'd like to come and meet us but thinks he'd blow our minds!") no doubt provided plenty of stage-worthy moments when Ziggy toured in the '70s, but years later they still thrill. Bowie blew our minds! --Lorry Fleming

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