Band Name Diamond Dogs (SWE). Album Name Most Likely. Erscheinungsdatum 06 November 2008. Labels Locomotive Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 1. Make It All Up to You.
It's Most Likely (Album).
Band Name Diamond Dogs (SWE). Released date 06 November 2008. Members owning this album1.
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 like a priest you was Tod Browning's Freak you was Crawling down the alley on your hands and knee I'm sure you're not protected, for it's plain to see The Diamond Dogs.
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.
However, it's not enough to make Diamond Dogs a step forward, and without Mick Ronson to lead the band, the rockers are too stiff to make an impact. Ironically, the one exception is one of Bowie's very best songs - the tight, sexy "Rebel Rebel. The song doesn't have much to do with the theme, and the ones he does throw in to further the story usually fall flat.
Instead, it was Bowie, his most ambitious student, who revolutionized '70s music and style by uncovering the discomfort and despair of urban life that hippie idealism denied. His third consecutive UK chart-topper and . Top 5 breakthrough, 1974’s Diamond Dogs- Bowie’s first record of original material since killing off the Ziggy Stardust character that made him an instant superstar back home-remains rooted in his still-reigning glam scene that knocked most utopian '60s rockers off the UK charts with glistening shards of pansexuality, sci-fi fantasy, and bespangled spectacle
Discography of Diamond Dogs. It's so easy, your pet can do it! Help.
The name "Diamond Dogs" is a reference to David Bowie's 1974 album of the same name. Their voices and some of their mannerisms appear to be based off and inspired by the character Gollum from The Lord of the Rings. Depiction in the series. As such, they fashioned a magic crown (or "leash") that prevents the wearer from removing it or leaving Dimondia, and Trixie becomes its most recent wearer. The only way to remove the crown is for the Diamond Dogs to lose faith in their ruler, which Trixie and Rainbow Dash do by giving up the kingdom's jewels and enforcing changes on Dimondia that the Diamond Dogs disagree with.
|1||Make It All Up To You|
|2||Raise A Holler|
|4||Nothing But Loving You|
|5||Holding Back The Tide|
|6||Roll This Motor Home|
|7||Wilco Johnson's Eyes|
|8||Cold Blue Summer|
|9||One Of Those Tears|
|10||Far From Getting Close|
|11||Wherever My Heart Will Take Me|
|12||Ladies And Gents (Ballad Of A Dog)|
|13||Chimes Of Love|
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|BLCD32||Diamond Dogs||It's Most Likely (CD, Album)||Borderline Records||BLCD32||Sweden||2008|