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David Bowie – ‘Lodger’ was released on May 18, 1979

            – ‘Lodger’ was David Bowie‘s thirteenth studio album. – It was produced by David Bowie and Tony Visconti. – ‘Lodger’ was the last of his Berlin Trilogy. – Lodger was largely recorded between legs of David Bowie’s 1978 world … Continue reading

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Listen to Brian Eno’s “The Ship”, the 21-minute title track to his new solo album

“The Ship” is title track, album opener and thematic core of the album. Running at 21-minutes and built around Eno‘s cyclically sung verses, the song builds in ominous drama, snatches of distant voice and creeping electronics. Eno explains, “The piece started … Continue reading

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Talking Heads ‘Remain In Light’ was released on this day in 1980….read the original Rolling Stone Magazine below

BY Ken Tucker | December 11, 1980 Seldom in pop-music history has there been a larger gap between what black and white audiences are listening to than there is right now. While blacks are almost entirely uninterested in the clipped, … Continue reading

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Talking Heads ‘Fear of Music’ was released on this day in 1979

– ‘Fear of Music’ was the Talking Heads third studio album. – ‘Fear of Music’ was produced by Brian Eno and the Talking Heads – Singles from the album included: “Life During Wartime”, “I Zimbra” and “Cities” – The LP … Continue reading

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Listen to a new track from Brian Eno and Underworld’s Karl Hyde called “The Satellites”

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