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Free music - Best of 2009






Never Let Me Down

Title Star Rating Pts Rating Comments
Day In Day Out



Straightforward jerky rocker with soul overtones, but nevertheless rather dull.
Time Will Crawl



Very similar to the first track, same comments apply
Beat of Your Drum



Bowie's voice at its most creamy and seductive. Has a similar feel to Wild is the Wind but is let down by a dull chorus
Never Let Me Down



An attractive up-beat song with good instrumental breaks and use of harmonies



Best track on the album, a return to the halcyon Bowie days. The Spiders of Mars are re-incarnated in the shape of the Zeroes. Ultra glam
Glass Spider



A strange mix of spoken narrative and child like choruses which mix and mingle effectively.
Shining Star (Makin' My Love)



Fast paced, reasonably catchy piece.
New York's In Love



Another rocker that feels as if it should come from Young Americans. Ultimately a rather dull song.
87 Cry



The good points in this song all too often are hidden in the hotch-potch of sound.
Too Dizzy



Once again the riffs sound as if they should come from Young Americans. This has a solid beat but is primarily an anonymous song
Bang Bang



Very similar to so much that has gone before. Very limited in originality and scope.

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