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..
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.
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.
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
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