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The Arnold Corns - Moonage Daydream album flac

  • Performer: The Arnold Corns
  • Album: Moonage Daydream
  • FLAC: 1237 mb | MP3: 1389 mb
  • Released: 1978
  • Country: Norway
  • Style: Glam
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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The Arnold Corns - Moonage Daydream album flac

Tracklist

A1 Moonage Daydream
A2 Hang On To Yourself
B Man In The Middle

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Titanic Music Ltd.
  • Produced For – Butterfly Record Productions Limited

Credits

  • Written By, Producer – David Bowie

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Past 2 Arnold Corns A.K.A. David Bowie And The Spiders From Mars* Arnold Corns A.K.A. David Bowie And The Spiders From Mars* - Man In The Middle ‎(12") Krazy Kat Records Past 2 Norway 1985

David Bowie-Moonage daydream (Arnold Corns version) Love Bowie, and Love this song :) Come on strong girl, lay the heavy trick on me The church of ma. .

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Moonage Daydream" is a song written by David Bowie in 1971, first released as a single with the band Arnold Corns. A re-recorded version, featuring Bowie and his band The Spiders from Mars, was released in 1972 on The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. The song tells of an alien messiah and hints at his destiny to save the world from the impending disaster described in Bowie's "Five Years", as well as his fate as the quintessential "soul lover"

Arnold Corns was a band, formed by David Bowie in 1971, the name of which was inspired by the Pink Floyd song "Arnold Layne". This was one of Bowie’s side projects and something of a dry run for Ziggy Stardust. The band was formed in Dulwich College and Bowie agreed to write for them. At the same time he also agreed to write for the 19-year-old designer Freddie Burretti (born: Frederick Burrett, aka Rudi Valentino).

Come on strong, girl Oh, lay your heavy trip on me The church of man, love Is such a holy place to be Make me, baby Make me know you really care Make me jump into the air. Keep your 'lectric eye on me babe Put your ray gun to my head Press your space face close to mine, love Freak out in a moonage daydream, oh yeah.

Moonage Daydream" is a song written by David Bowie in 1971, first released as a single with the band Arnold Corns. The song tells of an alien messiah and hints at his destiny to save the world from the impending disaster described in Bowie's "Five Years", as well as his fate as the quintessential "soul lover".

A new version of Last. Moonage Daydream, Hang on to Yourself. Overview (current section).

Moonage Daydream – Bowie’s fourteenth single – was released under the moniker The Arnold Corns. It was the first time Bowie had released a record without his own name front and centre since 1965. Manager Tony Defries was trying to extract Bowie from his contract with Mercury, so he couldn’t release singles under his own name. So the idea of The Arnold Corns (a name cobbled together from a Pink Floyd single – Arnold Layne – and, apparently, from the saying, ‘mighty oaks from little acorns grow’). The Arnold Corns was Bowie, a band called Rungk and the fashion designer Freddie Burretti.

The Arnold Corns Lyrics. Moonage Daydream, Hang on to Yourself Album. Moonage Daydream Lyrics. The Arnold Corns - Moonage Daydream Lyrics. Artist: The Arnold Corns. Album: Moonage Daydream, Hang on to Yourself. Keep your 'lectric eye on me babe Put your ray gun to my head Press your space face close to mine, love Freak out in a moonage daydream oh yeah! Alright ah Come on you lovers Far out. Keep your mouth shut, but listen to the world inside Keep your head on, but open up your eyes real wide Keep the change strong, let the things you torn aside You messing any road to high. Keep your 'lectric eye on me babe Put your ray gun to my head Press your space face close to mine, love Freak out in a moonage daydream oh yeah! Keep your 'lectric eye on me babe Put your ray gun to my head Press.

The Arnold Corns version of "Moonage Daydream" was released by B&C on single in the UK in April 1971. Hang on to Yourself" was the B-side. On the Outside tour in 1995 Bowie once again played "Moonage Daydream" and a new live version was released on the "Hallo Spaceboy" single in 1996. This version was also released on the bonus disc that followed some versions of Outside - Version 2. Other releases.

Album by Arnold Corns. was covered in. Moonage Daydream by David Bowie (1972).

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Does anyone have any solid info on this - I guess specifically why it's deemed unofficial? I have it and am curious of the history behind it...as far as I can tell, these are merely David Bowie demos?
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