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Lodger released this day in 1979

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on May 18, 2013

 

“Fantastic Voyage”

 

Frequently referred to by so many as underrated or overlooked, surely Lodger is now appreciated by a much wider audience than it was when it was first released 34 years ago today.

Packed with absolute gems, this Bowie/Visconti-produced album is a true Bowie classic and is the final release in the so-called (albeit misleading), Berlin Trilogy.

If you’re not familiar with Lodger, you really should be and here’s the brilliant evidence why on Spotify

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    18 May 2013
    Lodger released this day in 1979

     

    “Fantastic Voyage”

     

    Frequently referred to by so many as underrated or overlooked, surely Lodger is now appreciated by a much wider audience than it was when it was first released 34 years ago today.

    Packed with absolute gems, this Bowie/Visconti-produced album is a true Bowie classic and is the final release in the so-called (albeit misleading), Berlin Trilogy.

    If you’re not familiar with Lodger, you really should be and here’s the brilliant evidence why on Spotify