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  • Avatar for yoshi007master
    @Angel_Blue- there is hardly much competition for second place from his 80's albums
  • Avatar for idkmat
    i love this album
  • Avatar for tillurearsbleed
    brilliant artist...master of our times and out of his own...may he live on in ours
  • Avatar for fowlhuman
    A side, or rather the first three song, are absolutely brilliant. Fab.
  • Avatar for Angel_Blue-
    I don't know why people underestimate this album so much, It's a great pop album. His second best of the 80s, just not better than Scary Monsters in my opinion..
  • Avatar for hessel-z
    I think this is one of his weaker albums.
  • Avatar for MachineOfaDream
    For me Bowie's best period was Station to Station up to and including Let's Dance.
  • Avatar for HeavyMetal_LM
    Cat people > criminal world > lets dance > china girl > morden love
  • Avatar for Harry_01
    4 worthwile songs and the rest is pretty much forgettable. This version of "Cat People" is inferior to the version on the same called soundtrack.
  • Avatar for Sanity_Theorist
    Plays it waaaaay too safe for my liking. Cat People is pretty good though, he actually let Stevie Ray Vaughan play something substantial and it worked!
  • Avatar for miguelsanhueza
    Nile Rodgers did his thing! Amazing album. [2]
  • Avatar for hessel-z
    Lol no
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  • Avatar for Kiyoshi_95
    Catchy [2] The entire A-side is great!
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  • Avatar for Leovfz
    a bit uneven, but the good songs are as good as anything he's done
  • Avatar for Fabio001
    David Bowie’s top 5 albums
  • Avatar for sunrisezihan
    This is truly a masterpiece as a pure pop album.
  • Avatar for Actually_GIOS
    This is not his best yeah, but even for his ''worst'' record it's an amazing and danceable album, I enjoy every second of it.
  • Avatar for mota_boy_punky
    In my opinion, the worst of the Let's Dance/Tonight/Never Let Me Down trilogy.
  • Avatar for licoricepizza
    @towlesda: definitely!
  • Avatar for towlesda
    Best selling in no way means best, his poor selling albums like the Berlin Trilogy are way way better.
  • Avatar for otaviozera
    So cool see Bowie in pop music :)
  • Avatar for thathaa
    just makes me wanna dance all the time
  • Avatar for GothicBowie666
    Always had something like a 'Love/Hate' thing with this album, althought it was a really ''Bowie year'' back then.. I like ''Let's dance'' and ''Cat People'' but some tracks like ''Modern Love'' are real.. pop songs, commercial it was one of his best, but i think most Bowie fans prefer his more ''experimental'' albums..
  • Avatar for licoricepizza
    Bowie's version of an "In 'N' Out" Burger. Popular and tasty, for what it is. The sales numbers don't lie. And it's ok to like a good burger, just as a break from a fancier filet mignon dinner, every now and then. Kind of a guilty pleasure.
  • Avatar for Ola2003
    Despite the fact that it is a commercial album, including two of the most recognizable Bowie's songs, however, a very significant and well-produced
  • Avatar for Fabio001
    One of his best albums for sure.
  • Avatar for felipemaiden
    I really love bowie's pop era :) i found let's dance on vinyl yesterday..
  • Avatar for kate80s
    I don't understand why this is his best-selling album. Have I missed something?
  • Avatar for msippigirl
    @ NoahIsCool... I agree on fave tracks-Modern Love, China Girl, and Let's Dance.
  • Avatar for MusicMagic77
    For all trollers: "Let's Dance has sold over 10 and a half million copies worldwide, making it Bowie's best-selling album." ( Other comments? )
  • Avatar for NoahIsCool
    Not a bad album at all. Definitely not one of his better ones but there are some good tracks (Modern Love, China Girl, Let's Dance). The rest is hit-or-miss depending on the person. Bowie's 80s stuff had some charm to it.
  • Avatar for lyle_catcliffe
    Horrid little album. The first in a trilogy of real shit.
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  • Avatar for halo_dm2
    He sounds and looks great always, he was born with a special light, simply one of a kind...
  • Avatar for Famemind
    Bowie'sPop !
  • Avatar for XSeanybOiX
    makes me wanna dance.
  • Avatar for zalvastardust
    vamos a bailar! (:
  • Avatar for love_dokkyun
    Wow, of all the albums to have such a messed up track listing.... It's almost like a slap in the face to people who really do like it. ahahaha
  • Avatar for pollepet
    Bowie, Verdi & Visconti!
  • Avatar for HalaGorani
    haha Lastfm only has two tracks on here, that's probably enough. China Girl was an old song from '77 and Cat People is better on the Cat People soundtrack... Ricochet is alright but this is a big step down especially after a 3 year wait
  • Avatar for Braveshell
    Title track is the best just for that guitar from SRV...
  • Avatar for keananduffty
    Slinky Vagabond features Glen Matlock of the Sex Pistols, Clem Burke of Blondie, and Earl Slick (David Bowie's guitarist) and singer Keanan Duffty. Slinky Vagabond made their debut in May 2007 at Irving Plaza as part of Joey Ramone's annual birthday bash. Slinky Vagabond also performed for Gen Art during New York fashion week and at the Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp
  • Avatar for lessbreath
    This album.... LOVE!!!!! each and every song.
  • Avatar for KaileenaFarah
    Classic pop album. I love it.
  • Avatar for Feather_x
    Maybe I like mainstream pop, but I just LOVE this album! Almost every track on it, I find enjoyable (esp. title track, without you, shake it <3) . It's just classic. :)
  • Avatar for licoricepizza
    Nice album cover design too.


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