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Album I can't live without: David Bowie

PAUL ADAMS
Last updated 14:30 12/12/2012
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Paul Adams never gets sick of listening to The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars.

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Even 40 years on, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars from David Bowie is still one of the greatest albums ever made.

I never get sick of listening to this and like all great albums you put it on from the first song and listen right through to the last. No skipping bad tracks (there aren't any) or just listening to the one or two hits then changing albums.

Individually the songs are great. Collectively the songs combine to make arguably one of the greatest albums of all time. Not surprising it was voted one of the most influential albums of the seventies.

So obey the cover sleeve and turn up the stereo because it's made 'To Be Played at Maximum Volume'


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