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Audio, Cassette, Original recording reissued, August 27, 1991
Whenever you're feeling sad, just listen to those and they'll cheer you right up!
"Lodger", the last piece in Bowie's Berlin Triology(following "Low" and "Heroes")is probably Bowie's most overlooked album, which is a shame as it's one of his best.
Even the less successful songs maintain Bowies penchant for edgy and experimental song craft and make this an album well worth buying.
You can only ever argue Bowie between stages--pre-Ziggy, post-Ziggy soul, the Berlin records, etc. So, to say that Lodger is his "best record" is futile. Read morePublished 6 days ago by B. C. Hamilton
I'm not going to lie, Lodger is an album that took me a while to get used to. After listening to the other 2 albums of the Berlin trilogy (Low & Heroes) I was already expecting a... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jhanio H. De Leon
One of the four great albums that were part of David Bowie’s Berlin Era of the
late-1970’s, this one that topped the charts in 1979 would be hailed as one of his
most... Read more
Great album, everything was perfect except when I got it in the mail the cd case was cracked :/ but that could've just been my post office's fault... Read morePublished 7 months ago by marissa
This was clearly a transitional effort for Bowie, and the collaborative energy he shared with Brian Eno was fading fast. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Paul Hightower
The third Brian Eno produced masterpiece. Top heavy with great songs and great guitar work by Adrian Belew: Fantastic Voyage, Red Money (a reworking of an earlier Bowie/Iggy Pop... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dee Dee Tee
This is one of my favourite by Bowie, I love it from start to finish. It definitely has its own personal air, I love it and can't compare it to any other. Fantastic voyage.Published 21 months ago by Rank
David Bowie is unique. My husband likes a lot of different music but always makes sure he has all Bowie's work.Published on January 30, 2013 by gremlin2
The so-called 'Berlin Trilogy' has only been appreciated a decade or more after the three LP's (co-written w/Brian Eno) in the three years in the later part of the 70's. Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by RJ Nuzzi