NME – Bowie: His Real Greatest Hits (2014)

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NME – Bowie: His Real Greatest Hits (2014)

Postby Henrik » Sun Jan 18, 2015 11:05 pm

http://www.rocklistmusic.co.uk/nme_d&d.html#bowie

1. Heroes – 1977
2. Sound And Vision – 1977
3. Changes – 1971
4. Young Americans – 1975
5. Rebel Rebel – 1974
6. Let’s Dance – 1983
7. Life On Mars? – 1971
8. Modern Love – 1983
9. Ashes To Ashes – 1980
10. Oh! You Pretty Things – 1971
11. Moonage Daydream – 1972
12. Five Years – 1972
13. Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide – 1972
14. Suffragette City – 1972
15. Golden Years – 1976
16. Starman – 1972
17. The Man That Sold The World – 1970
18. Space Oddity – 1969
19. Station To Station – 1976
20. Ziggy Stardust – 1972
21. Fame – 1975
22. Be My Wife – 1977
23. Queen Bitch – 1971
24. TVC 15 – 1976
25. Kooks – 1971
26. Drive-In Saturday – 1973
27. China Girl – 1983
28. All The Young Dudes – 1974
29. Always Crashing In The Same Car – 1977
30. John, I’m Only Dancing – 1972
31. Absolute Beginners – 1986
32. Lady Grinning Soul – 1973
33. The Jean Genie – 1973
34. Black Country Rock – 1970
35. Andy Warhol – 1971
36. Fashion – 1980
37. Quicksand – 1971
38. Aladdin Sane – 1973
39. Wild Is The Wind – 1976
40. It’s No Game (Part 1) – 1980
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Re: NME – Bowie: His Real Greatest Hits (2014)

Postby Harold » Mon Jan 19, 2015 11:33 pm

Interesting that three entries on this top 40 list are nowhere to be found on the Mojo top 100 Bowie list: "Modern Love," "All the Young Dudes," and "Wild is the Wind" (the latter, the only track from Station to Station that's not on the Mojo list, is most likely omitted because it's a cover).

I've had Bowie on the brain lately because of the brilliant, recently-closed "David Bowie Is" exhibition at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art, which I finally visited on its last weekend, so it's great to see these lists. I'm particularly happy to see "Kooks" on both lists - I've always had a real soft spot for that one ("Don't pick fights with the bullies and the cads/'Cause I'm not much cop at punching other people's dads").


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