4R - Loving The Alien album flac
- Album: Loving The Alien
- FLAC: 1499 mb | MP3: 1214 mb
- Released: 1996
- Style: Pop Rock
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 293
- Format: MOD WMA AIFF DTS AC3 VQF APE
|1||Loving The Alien||3:59|
|2||Loving The Alien (The Incredible Sammer Mix)||3:54|
|3||Loving The Alien (The Unbelievable Möller Mix)||5:01|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Oy EMI Finland Ab
- Arranged By – Broon, Ilkka Alanko (tracks: 1), Lade* (tracks: 1), Kämy* (tracks: 1), Kode* (tracks: 1)
- Artwork By – Ilkka Kärkkäinen, Kaisaniemen Dynamo
- Backing Vocals – Joal
- Backing Vocals [Addlips] – Marion Schwaiger (tracks: 3)
- Bass – Lade*
- Drums – Kämy*
- Engineer, Mixed By – Juha Heininen
- Guitar – Kode*
- Lyrics By – Adam Pearson, Ilkka Alanko
- Mastered By – Pauli Saastamoinen
- Photography – Lauri Eriksson
- Producer, Mixed By, Engineer [Joal's Vocals, Marion's Addlips, Remix Versions] – Broon
- Vocals – Ilkka Alanko
- Written-By – Kode*
NotesMade in Holland
(P) 1996 by Oy EMI Finland Ab
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LC 0299
- Rights Society: BEL BIEM
- Barcode: 724386 705327
UMG (от лица компании "EMI"); UMPG Publishing, CMRRA, Muserk Rights Management, ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (6).
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Parlophone Records are proud to announce David Bowie Loving The Alien (1983 – 1988), the fourth in a series of box sets spanning his career from 1969. Among the studio and live albums from the period, the set will also contain an exclusive new production of the 1987 album Never Let Me Down, by Bowie producer/engineer Mario McNulty with new instrumentation by Bowie collaborators Reeves Gabrels, David Torn, Sterling Campbell and Tim Lefebvre.
Loving the Alien" is a song written and recorded by David Bowie. It was the opening track to his sixteenth studio album Tonight. Loving the Alien" peaked at No. 19 in the UK Singles Chart. The song explored Bowie's "intense dislike" of organized religion.
The fourth in a series of comprehensive box sets chronicling David Bowie's entire career: Loving the Alien (1983-1988) covers a period that found Bowie at a popular peak yet somewhat creatively adrift. Once Let's Dance went supernova in 1983, as it was designed to do, Bowie's productivity slowed to a crawl: he knocked out the sequel, Tonight, in a year, then took three to deliver Never Let Me Down
But Loving the Alien offers a reset for listeners-to hear these albums fresh, liberated from their composer’s dismissive opinions. Every autumn since 2015, a new David Bowie career retrospective box set arrives. The apparent aim is an official release Bowie master narrative, in boxes sturdy enough to prop up a table
Loving the Alien" on YouTube. Background came about because of my feeling that so much history is wrong - as is being rediscovered all the time - and that we base so much on the wrong knowledge that we've gleaned. of the song in Montreux, Switzerland prior to recording the song for the album.
Lyrics for Loving the Alien by 4r. Sometimes I think I'm scared Sometimes I know I feel like making love. Sometimes I don't I feel like letting go Maybe not I feel like giving up Is all we got Sometimes is all the time And never means maybe Sometimes is all the time Maybe And I'm moving on And I'm moving on (Sometimes I feel alone) And I'm moving on And I'm moving on Sometimes I make believe