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David Bowie

Subterraneans (5:41)

"Subterraneans" is a song by David Bowie from his album Low (1977). "Subterraneans" is mostly instrumental, with brief, obscure lyrics sung near the song's end.

The final song of Low, "Subterraneans" was meant to invoke the misery of those in East Berlin during the Cold War.

"Subterraneans" was ultimately the most heavily edited song on Low, with the reversed instrument sounds, saxophone, and multilayered…

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  • This is better than perfect, this is beyond this world. [2]
  • Beautiful, just beautiful. Low is a really hit or miss album for me, but this, Warszawa, Be My Wife, Sound and Vision and breaking Glass make it worth it for me.
  • This song is sooo cool!
  • Brilliant song!
  • Damn the bassy tones in this track are cool. Diggin´ it.
  • So relaxing.
  • I'm so in love with this track
  • I feel like I'm experiencing something bigger than life itself whenever I listen to this song. [3]
  • My favourite Bowie track
  • was this song at the closing ceremony of sotsji?

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