3 Responses to “HOURS (180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE BLUE VINYL/LIMITED EDITION)”

  1. Anonymous says:

    A great record, sub-par release Being 34, and late to the music scene, listening to the pop stations on school buses and at stores; Getting into Bowie was a lateness for me. When I decided to start paying attention, form my own opinions and really get into music, I found “hours…” Yeah, I kinda knew who David Bowie was. I knew him from Labyrinth and I had just recently found my father’s copy of “Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars” I also received a copy of Omikron: The Nomad Soul…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Have come to really like this album I downloaded this album almost three months ago. A few months before that, I would listen to the samples from time to time but delayed making the decision to purchase it because I just wasn’t sure if I liked it enough. After the release of “The Next Day” album and being absolutely thrilled with it, I went on a Bowie download binge, if you will, and this is one of the albums I chose.The first time I listened to the whole thing, I was confused as to why so many reviewers seem to…

  3. Anonymous says:

    This CD ROCKS!!!!!!! I have always loved David Bowie’s music and the way he CHANGES yet molds at the same time. He is a fascinating earthling and his music is as amazing. I love this CD.. “New Angels of Promise”, “What’s Really Happening”, “Thursday’s Child” and ESPECIALLY (love this song) “Seven”As for the “Neil Young” punch from an earlier reviewer— please let it go! I think he looks great here and he always, as Neil Young, has been a master of…

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