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Double 180gm black-and-white swirl colored vinyl LP pressing in tri-fold jacket. Outside is the nineteenth studio album by British rock legend David Bowie, released on 25 September 1995 by Arista Records. It marked Bowie's reunion with Brian Eno, whom he had worked with among others on his Berlin Trilogy in the 1970s. Outside centers on the characters of a dystopian world on the eve of the 21st century. The album put Bowie back into the mainstream scene of rock music with it's singles "The Hearts Filthy Lesson", "Strangers When We Meet", and "Hallo Spaceboy" (remixed by the Pet Shop Boys).
Double marbled vinyl LP pressing. 2018 release, the sophomore album by YouTube sensation Poppy. Poppy began recording the album before going on the Poppy. Computer Tour. Poppy states that the album strongly focuses on questioning gender, identity and expensive fashion. Unlike her previous album Poppy. Computer, the album will be stepping away from the character of Poppy on most songs. Am I A Girl? represents a bold step forward for the artist, featuring the robotic and dystopian "Time Is Up" collaboration with multi-platinum selling DJ/producer and Mad Decent founder, Diplo, a triumph into nu-metal with "X", a Fernando Garibay-produced track, "Hard Feelings" and the soon to be much talked about collaboration "Play Destroy" with Grimes.
GRAMMY-nominated saxophonist and co-leader of Kneebody, Ben Wendel releases his studio album adaptation of the acclaimed YouTube video series The Seasons. Inspired by Tchaikovsky's compositions, each track is dedicated to a specific month and artist who has shaped Wendel's creative vision. The Seasons is not only a representation of the passage of time but a statement on how technology has changed the way artists communicate and share art.
Limited 180gm orange and red colored vinyl LP pressing. 1999's Hours harkened a return to the sounds of the Hunky Dory days. Written solely with long-time collaborator Reeves Gabrels over the previous year, Hours is one of David Bowie's most autobiographical records to date. It was also the first complete album by a major artist available to download over the Internet, preceding the physical release by two weeks. Standout tracks include "Thursday's Child," "Survive" and "The Dreamers," and the record's reoccurring themes of loss and regret are likely to strike hearts universally. With such personal lyrics as "Sometimes I cry my heart to sleep," Bowie is evoking emotions recognizable to us all and Hours deals more with real life as opposed to imagery and fantasy.