Diamond Dogs is the eighth studio album by the English musician David Bowie, released on 24 May 1974 by RCA Records. Thematically, it was a marriage of the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell and Bowie's own glam-tinged vision of a post-apocalyptic world. Bowie had wanted to make a theatrical production of Orwell's book and began writing material after completing sessions for his 1973 album Pin Ups, but the author's estate denied the rights.
Diamond Dogs Lyrics: This ain't rock 'n' roll! This is genocide!, As they pulled you out of the oxygen tent, You asked for the latest party, With your silicone hump and your ten inch stump, Dressed. In the year of the scavenger, the season of the bitch Sashay on the boardwalk, scurry to the ditch Just another future song, lonely little kitsch (There's gonna be sorrow) try and wake up tomorrow. Will they come?) I'll keep a friend serene (Will they come?) Oh baby, come on to me (Will they come?) Well, she's come, been and gone Come out of the garden, baby You'll catch your death in the fog Young girl, they call them the Diamond Dogs Young girl, they call them the Diamond Dog.
Diamond Dogs depicts a not-too-distant future in which the remnants of the human race live out their dying days in frantic pursuit of sleazy sex. What seems to interest Bowie here is not the future but the sex. Most of the songs are obscure tangles of perversion, degradation, fear and self-pity, whose night-marishness occasionally recalls The Man Who Sold the World, Bowie’s most frightening album. It’s difficult to know what to make of them.
Dog Woods contributed to her being one of the best behaved dogs I've ever known. Last year, we took an 18-month-old stray who claimed us as his new owners, and we made great strides in basic commands with him, thanks to Dog Woods. Next week, we'll start our 12-week-old puppy in intro classes at Dog Woods and have no doubt it'll be a great experience.
The Diamond Dogs are a group of dog creatures who first appear as the antagonists of the episode A Dog and Pony Show, led by the three dogs Rover, Fido, and Spot. After they see Rarity using her gem-finding spell, they kidnap her and force her to find gems for them. They are not particularly smart, allowing Rarity to trick them with ease
Is Diamond Dogs the best album by David Bowie? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. The best album by David Bowie is The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars which is ranked number 15 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 95,905. David Bowie album bestography. Higher ranked (390th) This album (474th) Lower ranked (736th) Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) Diamond Dogs David Bowie (Space Oddity). Members who like this album also like: The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by David Bowie, Hunky Dory by David Bowie and Low by David Bowie.
Diamond Dogs is the rite of passage between these two extremes. With its portents of a funkier future, it delivers with its immense decadence and astonishing creativity, the coup de grace to the whole glam rock moment
The Woods is the seventh studio album by American alternative rock band Sleater-Kinney. It was released in 2005 on Sub Pop, their major label debut. The album was produced by Dave Fridmann and recorded from November 2004 to December 2004 at Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, New York. The album received widespread critical acclaim. The Woods was produced by Dave Fridmann and recorded from November 2004 to December 2004 at Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, New York.
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