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David BowieBlackstar

Blackstar $0.84
  • Discount: -20%
  • Release date: 2016
  • Duration: 41:15
  • Size, Mb: 94.70
  • Format: MP3, 320 kbps

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  • -1 anonymous Jan 15, 2017

    Always ahead of his time - anyone who doesn't like it isn't a true Bowie fan.

  • 3 anonymous Nov 09, 2016

    Bowie fan since 1970. If you can listen to Lazarus without tears in your eyes, you're not a fan. He was saying goodbye. I miss him. I actually chatted with him when he started Bowienet and will never forget the memories of that time. He went by the name of Sailor in the chat room. Enjoy your rest Mr. Jones. (and thank you Total Blam Blam. You know who you are.)

  • 5 anonymous Nov 06, 2016

    I am ready to listen to this, the wave Goodbye by one of the most influential people in my life. Love you, Star man, wherever you are. Thank you for the music.

  • 4 anonymous Jul 19, 2016

    Good bye spaceman.

    2 generations of my family will not forget you.

    Disconnecting from the emotion slightly. I like this album for what it is.

  • 0 anonymous Jun 02, 2016

    Super album, il va nous manquer notre David!

  • 3 anonymous May 23, 2016

    OMG I am still crying for this Hero of mine. I love him. He was a part of my life for so long. My friend in the lonely darkness of my youth. Singing my feelings.
    If you don't know early Bowie, you don't really know Bowie's art or his genius.

  • 4 Jr Feb 21, 2016

    This is a very good album especially due to his illness, the songs are bold and well structured.

  • 9 anonymous Feb 21, 2016

    Not an easy album but one of his finest, even more intriguing than The Next Day.You're dying of cancer and have the strenght and perseverance to make an album like this... my deepest respect.

  • 5 anonymous Feb 15, 2016

    it takes a few listens to grasp this album but once you understand and feel the emotions you cant put it away,starman you were the greatest and always will be,thank you for such a personel album and one of the greatast albums of your career,RIP DAVID BOWIE.

  • 0 Dan Dan Jan 18, 2016

    I am a fan of Bowie since the begining of is long career.
    Sorry for the Bowie defender, this album is really not a hit.
    It will only be part of Bowie albums collection.
    It's true, it's very sad that he passed away, but i must agree with other critics that it sound like a bad acid trip or a depressed person looking for help. I'll miss im very much.

  • 5 anonymous Jan 16, 2016

    Very deep & meaning right to the end.
    Always innovative & the first (along with Alice Cooper) to portray a character on stage & relate to their music.
    Bowie reinvented himself many many times & still kept millions of followers, which is a very act to do!
    RIP Mr Bowie

  • 5 anonymous Jan 12, 2016

    At the first listening, I was very disappointed. Once I understood that it was his farewell album, I was in a special mood and now I can't stop listening to it. I think that it is one of his best albums

  • 5 anonymous Jan 12, 2016

    He put the genie in us - a genius of our time - there goes the starman...

  • 3 mamaz Jan 12, 2016

    I just heard this album and well, it really didn't sound like the David B I grew up with. First two songs were hard to listen to, rhythms were off and they sounded like a bad acid trip. Nevertheless, rest in peace David and thank you for the years of wonderful music and memories!

  • 7 anonymous Jan 12, 2016

    "He was saying goodbye and we didn't even know it" -Patton Oswalt. The cherry on top to a iconic career. Thank you Starman.

  • 9 BENDER Jan 12, 2016

    Freddie wants him back-Loved them both-RIP

  • -37 anonymous Jan 11, 2016

    I have been a Bowie fan for a long long time. That said I wonder if the drugs

    from fighting his cancer got to him with this so called music? This is awful. Still

    will always be a Bowie fan on his old music but I wouldn't pay a penny to listen

    to this latest stuff. Maybe I'm being harsh and I'm sure this appeals to

    some people but after songs like Young Americans etc I'm disappointed. I was hoping for a great farewell album.

  • 8 anonymous Jan 11, 2016

    You was the best and alltime my Inspiration !
    Will never forget you..

  • 18 anonymous Jan 11, 2016

    RIP Mr. Jones. We will miss you dearly.

  • 22 anonymous Jan 11, 2016

    Thank you for everything David. Always changing, always innovative, always interesting, a massive influence on music. Such a beautiful voice. RIP

  • 31 Wexlar Jan 05, 2016

    I've been a Bowie fan since the Ziggy Stardust days and he has only gotten BETTER! I can't believe how youthful and amazing he sounds. This is yet another page in the Bowie chameleon-like career! I am astounded by the raw musicianship contained herein. That is certainly something that is missing from music today. Thank you, Mr. Bowie!!!!!

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