Diamond DogsMusic CD - 1999
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Other: Disturbing and pushing the envelope in pretty much all ways. Fascinating and off the wall lyrics.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Immature or sensitive listeners may not recognize the tongue-in-cheek grotesque kitch of the opening monologue of the album. Many references to mayhem, death, destruction, mutation, and alienation.
Sexual Content: Descriptions of sex & the sad state of young prostitutes
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Lurid lyrics of an dismalpost-apocalyptic future in which mutants have overrun the formerly glamorous metropolis of consumption - Manhattan
Several other melancholy songs lament young boy prostitutes shivering in the cold, in-the-closet gay lovers, and tongue-in-cheek vivid but nonsensical imagery to compliment one of Bowie's strongest rock 'n' roll albums.
Get out your magnifying glass to read the tiny lyrics in the liner notes or read them from a lyrics site on-line.
One of the best albums by David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust.
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