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"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… read more



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  • Avatar for Ksimi
    WTF with the tag names lastfm
  • Avatar for MattAzathoth
    Great album, excellent conclusion to the Berlin Trilogy. Also, Adrian Belew is a monster.
  • Avatar for foreigner97
    Excellent. That's probably the right word.
  • Avatar for Cassandra-Leo
    Definitely an underrated album. I think it got overlooked on its release because it's not as radical a statement as any of the three albums that preceded it, but it's still full of excellent tunes.
  • Avatar for Kiyoshi_95
    Weakest from the 70s? More like, one of his best!
  • Avatar for Mr_Smithee
    His most underrated album
  • Avatar for Angel_Blue-
    v True, how insulting. This album is amazing.
  • Avatar for BatooqSupersoul
    @WatsonPepeLives How dare you
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    I've always considered this album to be among Bowie's best. The major accomplishment here, IMO, is that the Ambient/Krautrock/Electronic/Enoisms don't seem so distinct from the Art Pop/Rock tunes as they did on "Heroes" and, in particular, Low. Those are both great records and I don't want to get into a "this one's better than that one" pissing contest, but the seamless incorporation of the elements that made up the instrumental side of Low and the darker experimental tracks of "Heroes" into the actual songs on Lodger give it a greater coherence than either of the first two Berlin Trilogy albums, I think.
  • Avatar for WatsonPepeLives
    Weakest of Bowie 70's records - along with Pin Ups, of course

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