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Friday, May 29, 2020

Outside (Extended Edition) by David Bowie Review

This is the 19th studio album by David Bowie, he is an English recording artist. The album was released during September 1995 through American record label companies through Virgin Records in the United States, and RCA Records, BMG and Arista Records in Europe. It led David Bowie to reunite with Brian Eno, he is an English musician, record producer, and visual artist with whom he worked on other previous projects like “Berlin Trilogy” in 1970.

The stunning tracks of the album deserve to be in the vinyl as the tracks’ duration is very lengthy but acoustically rewarding. The great combination of Brian Eno’s talent and Bowie's atmospheric brilliance really brings together a magical listening experience for the music lovers.

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However, Outside is a solid series of soundtracks from start to finish. I haven’t missed a single one. Nevertheless, there are touchy songs to be heard and few of them are on my regular spun.

The album has been awarded number 3 out of 5 stars by Rolling Stone. The Live Magazine considered the album ultimately to be a success. An American magazine Consequence of Sound ranked the album at number 7 on its list. 

David Bowie was born on 8th January 1947. He was an English songwriter, singer, and actor. He was a renowned figure in the world of music and was considered one of the very influential musicians of the 20th century. The worldwide record sales of his albums were over 100 million, which led him to becoming one of the world’s highest-selling music artists. 

He was also awarded 11 gold, 8 silver, and 10 platinum album certifications. He was included in the list of 11 most popular albums released in the UK. In the United States, he owned 9 gold and 5 platinum certifications.


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