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Candidate - Bowie* - Diamond Dogs

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  1. My Diamond Dogs CD arrived early. The liner sleeve and CD are in excellent condition. This is not my favorite Bowie release from the early 70s. However, the title song and "Rebel Rebel" are great songs. They are worth the low price I paid for the "Like New" CD. On the Moulin Rouge soundtrack, Beck does a superior cover of the Diamond Dogs title /5().
  2. "Sweet Thing" or "Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (Reprise)" is a suite of songs written by David Bowie for the album Diamond Dogs. Recorded in January , the piece comprises the songs "Sweet Thing" and "Candidate" and a one-verse reprise of "Sweet Thing."Genre: Glam rock, progressive rock, art rock.
  3. Diamond Dogs. Design: Guy Peellaert - Cover illustration with reference to Bowie photograph by Terry O'Neill Lee Black Childers - Inner gatefold photographic montage Released: May Label: RCA US, RCA Producers: David Bowie.
  4. Diamond Dogs suffers precisely because of this -- he doesn't know how to move forward. Originally conceived as a concept album based on George Orwell's , Diamond Dogs evolved into another one of Bowie's paranoid future nightmares. Throughout the album, there are hints that he's tired of the Ziggy formula, particularly in the disco 5/
  5. Candidate Lyrics: I'll make you a deal, like any other candidate / We'll pretend we're walking home for your future's at stake / My set is amazing, it even smells like a street / There's a bar at.
  6. Oct 25,  · Diamond Dogs ( Remastered Version)(Vinyl) Big Brother and Alternate Candidate, while Bowie throws down the R&B funk on and Dodo. Well-conceived as a concept based on George Orwell’s that would evolve into another of his paranoid future night-mares (compared to his fractured paranoid evocation of a decaying future echoed in /5().

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