11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Probably the greatest album ever written about an androgynous rock star who becomes a messenger for extra terrestrials. Over 11 melodically hypnotic tracks, Bowie perfects glam rock and brings searching questions about identity and sexuality into the mainstream. In between, you’ll hear some of rock’s most iconic musical flourishes, including the Morse code that ushers in “Starman”’s heart-swelling chorus, “Ziggy Stardust”’s serrated guitar riff and Mick Ronson’s extraordinary solo on “Moonage Daydream”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Probably the greatest album ever written about an androgynous rock star who becomes a messenger for extra terrestrials. Over 11 melodically hypnotic tracks, Bowie perfects glam rock and brings searching questions about identity and sexuality into the mainstream. In between, you’ll hear some of rock’s most iconic musical flourishes, including the Morse code that ushers in “Starman”’s heart-swelling chorus, “Ziggy Stardust”’s serrated guitar riff and Mick Ronson’s extraordinary solo on “Moonage Daydream”.

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