Lodger (2). Always Round Here (7", Num). Island Records, Island Records.
Lodger is the 13th studio album by English singer-songwriter David Bowie. It was originally released in May 1979 by RCA Records. The last of the Berlin Trilogy, it was recorded in Switzerland and New York City with collaborator Brian Eno and producer Tony Visconti. Unlike Bowie's previous two albums, Lodger contained no instrumentals and a somewhat more pop-oriented style while experimenting with elements of world music and recording techniques inspired by Eno's Oblique Strategies cards.
This album is the third and final part of the Berlin Trilogy, created while Bowie was staying in Berlin to get his cocaine habit under control. Like Low and Heroes, it was influenced by the Cold War. Its themes include fear of violence (on a large and small scale) and expectations of masculinity, with an extended metaphor of travel (hence the album title and such songs as Red Sails and Fantastic Voyage ).
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Actually, Lodger might be the first David Bowie album marketed as nothing more than an album of recorded music by David Bowie. I would like to do something rivetingly new and, uh, earth shattering," he said in a radio interview a few days before the album's release.
Lodger - Siamese Cats Şarkı Sözü. Your siamese cats My aquarium Your education My delirium Your daily make-up My nine to five job Your magazines My last pop. Sooner or later Fast as I get I'll make you forget that You're a woman, and I am a man. Your tea with friends My gas station robbery Your adultry My LSD Your street time table My unmade plays Your bedroom nickel room (?) My wandering heads. Sooner or later Fast as I get I'll make you forget that You are a woman and I am a man I am a man. Müzik Dinle.
Round here, they're carving out our names (etching tombstones), we all look the same (AIDS patients withering away) We talk like lions (We convince ourselves we're going to beat this), but we sacrifice like lambs (when they can no longer fight the disease, they submit). Mama's little baby get herself out of the lightning: Days when they were children and they didn't have the fear of dying from such a devestating disease. At least, that's how I've always interpreted the song. As much as mainstream bands hated music videos, I wish the artistic creativity was still there (as in the golden days of MTV), and a black and white video of my interpretation was set to the song. It would be sad, and appropriate.
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