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6 Comments to Beat Of Your Drum - David Bowie - Never Let Me Down

  1. Kajizilkree says:
    May 01,  · referencing Never Let Me Down, LP, Album, RE, RM, , , DB Sounds fine - a good quality pressing. If you’re here then you know your music and can appreciate an /5(K).
  2. Faulmaran says:
    David Bowie broke away from the mainstream pop of Tonight with 's Never Let Me Down, turning out a jumbled mix of loud guitar rockers and art rock experiments like the failed "Glass Spider."While it's not as consistent as Tonight, it's far more interesting, with the John Lennon homage of the title track being one of his most underrated songs.4/
  3. Dozil says:
    Never Let Me Down was, I believe, his 4th album from the 80s. It wasn't glam-rock, and it wasn't paticularly experimental. It was more popish. By the time "Never Let Me Down" came out I guess fans of the older Bowie just gave up hope. "Tonight" was a let down, and this wasn't moving him back in the direction of his glory years.4/5(76).
  4. Faukus says:
    Feb 18,  · And from this perspective, there's truly nothing wrong with "Never Let Me Down". If you don't like 80s rock, you may not like this, and that's perfectly fine. However, as a person who grew up as a child listening to 80s music and who loves theatrical rock music, Bowie does it as well or better than anyone. Heck, I'd say that "Day-In Day-Out", "Time Will Crawl", "Beat Of Your Drum", and "87 And /5(93).
  5. Tygorn says:
    7th September, , sees the release of the limited edition DAVID BOWIE 7" picture disc, a double A-side of the radio edits of the versions of ZEROES and BEAT OF YOUR DRUM. Both tracks are from NEVER LET ME DOWN (), a new version of the album featured in the forthcoming boxset LOVING THE ALIEN () which is released on.
  6. Voodooran says:
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