Release date
21 Aug 2006
Running length
10 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Fantastic Voyage (1999 Digital Remaster) 2:55 1,187
2 African Night Flight (1999 Digital Remaster) 2:58 815
3 Move On (1999 Digital Remaster) 3:20 832
4 Yassassin (Turkish For: Long Live) (1999 Digital Remaster) 4:12 704
5 Red Sails (1999 Digital Remaster) 3:43 1,203
6 DJ (1999 Digital Remaster) 4:01 833
7 Look Back In Anger (1999 Digital Remaster) 3:09 1,727
8 Boys Keep Swinging (1999 Digital Remaster) 3:18 2,103
9 Repetition (1999 Digital Remaster) 3:00 1,210
10 Red Money (1999 Digital Remaster) 4:17 731

About this album

“Lodger” is an album by British singer-songwriter David Bowie, released in 1979.

The last of the “Berlin Trilogy” recorded in collaboration with Brian Eno (though in fact produced in Switzerland and New York), it was more accessible than its immediate predecessors “Low” and “”Heroes””, having no instrumentals and being somewhat lighter and more pop-oriented.

However it was still an experimental record in many ways and was not, by Bowie’s standards, a major commercial success. Indifferently received by critics on its initial release, it is now widely considered one of Bowie’s most underrated albums.

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  • mickolaj

    I'm slowly starting to see the greatness of this album.

    28 Sep 9:29am Reply
  • theironictea

    Great album.

    10 Aug 5:18pm Reply
  • mkdillon2008

    possibly my favourite of the trilogy (!!!) [2]

    3 Jul 4:39am Reply
  • prttyvisitors

    By far his best....and my album of the year....certainly the best of Berlin trilogy. [3]

    10 Jun 4:25am Reply
  • RussellChap

    interesting rather than enjoyable

    28 Mar 10:41am Reply
  • Isaaaaaak

    it's not very good. don't compare it to fear of music, this is fear of music except bad.

    7 Feb 2:16pm Reply
  • santoaxl

    i keep asking me why this album is so underrated

    22 Jan 6:21pm Reply
  • gokunirvana

    That's true, but the fact that the tracks were more akin to the verse-chorus-verse typical song than those from Low and "Heroes" is the reason it wasn't seen as groundbreaking as the other two. But Eno and his "Oblique Strategies" cards did some incredible work in the techniques used for recording them. African Night Flight is much more astonishing in that way than many other Berlin Era songs.

    30 Nov 2013 Reply
  • atomiclust

    I think Lodger is at once more experimental and more conventional.

    19 Nov 2013 Reply
  • gokunirvana

    This one wasn't as experimental as the other two of the "Berlin Trilogy", but it had pretty strange compositions to be a pop record. Maybe that's why it's not as revered as the other two. Not many people got it. In my opinion, the only bad track is Red Money, but that's because I just love Sister Midnight by Iggy Pop. One of the best, for sure.

    27 Oct 2013 Reply
  • atomiclust

    Inexplicably overlooked.

    9 Jun 2013 Reply
  • tomeksj1

    By far his best....and my album of the year....certainly the best of Berlin trilogy. [2]. Bowie at his experimental and creative peak. One of my very favourite albums of all time.

    22 Apr 2013 Reply
  • tomorrowsparty

    Lodger does make me wonder if Bowie had just been listening to lots of Talking Heads when he made it.

    24 Mar 2013 Reply
  • sumspanishguy

    Brutally overlooked

    8 Mar 2013 Reply
  • Dysrianism

    possibly my favourite of the trilogy (!!!)

    27 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Mastah_Ev

    I just leave here unfavorable comment, so fellow below me can copy&paste it and use it againt me, like music was some kind of crusade or something, and everyone who has different opinion should burn.

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
  • lyle_catcliffe

    I adore this album so much. Its almost like a beautiful forgotten secret to us Bowiephiles.

    26 Nov 2012 Reply
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    30 Oct 2012 Reply
  • simpe94

    one of his best recordings, at least as good as Ziggy, Hunky Dory and Station to Station. i think this needs to be reevaluated by critics.

    26 Sep 2012 Reply
  • iron345

    Not his greatest but still great. Look Back In Anger is Bowie perfection.

    11 Aug 2012 Reply
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