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Reality album for sale by David Bowie was released Feb 15, 2005 on the Columbia label. "New Killer Star" was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. Based on the success David Bowie had by resurrecting his collaborative relationship with producer Tony Visconti on 2002's stellar HEATHEN, Bowie returned to the well with Visconti for its follow-up, REALITY. The result finds this New York City resident using his adopted hometown and cozy domestic life as impetus for another batch of fine millennial manna. Reality CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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||welcome to reality|
a very good album all over. bowie ,as allways, writes about the world as it is.
By bowientje (HAMME, BELGIUM)
||David Bowie in 5.1 Shocker|
I've been a Bowie fan all my life, but when I heard this item was only being made available in the US and not in the UK I was a little bit disappointed. Then the announcement on Bowienet, the official website. CD Universe would be stocking this item. I ordered it straight away. Being familiar with the album doesn't mean there is a lack of surprises when listening to the 5.1 surround mix. It's so crisp, the levels are just right and goes to justly enhance an already almost flawless album. It would have been nice if they had included some of the bonus tracks from the original release, but hey, we can't have everything.
By mar1mar5 (Witham, Essex, UK)
||The DB/TV Quality Keeps Coming|
Reality is the 2nd CD release from DB reunited with talented collaborator Tony Visconti since last working together on the "Cristiane F" soundtrack back in 1981. Visconti is a perfect match for this DB return to a "stripped down-straight ahead" rock sound-started in 2002 with "Heathen". The 11 songs contained herein (9 original and 2 well chosen and covered songs) show an adept rock master comfortable in his abilites to write a simply good rock song. From the bravado of "New Killer Star" to the melancholy of "Bring me the Disco King" Bowie, Visconti and band deliver an excllent album. The DualDisc realease is an even better example of DB's talent in addition to having the regular album it features the "Reality" short film and an admitedly abbreviated discography (only "Heathen" Bowie's only other ISO/Columbia release)plus a 5.1 Surround Sound mix of the album. All in all an excellent release.
By jestre666 ("Lost Wages", Nevada, USA)
||Bowie at one of his best|
Reality shows Bowie at his best once again. This man is amazing,one of his best works for a long time, a must be for any Bowie fan.
By jojohn.shimmin1 (Stockport, England)
||welcome to reality - this is brilliant|
I bought this cd in the States. I heard it for the first time on the plane heading on toward Atlanta from Cape Town, South Africa. I never listened to anything else for the rest of the long flight. Tracks 1, 2 and 3 were the best opening tarcks I heard on any album in a long time. The album does not tail off though, each song, is a work of art. If Picasso was a musician, he would have been proud. Pablo Picasso, the 2nd track reeks of brilliance, with a driving tempo and bassline great unexpected instrumental ending. I gathered that this is not a Bowie original, but a cover. I haven't heard it, but who cares? It could not surpass this version original or not. Other album highlights - Fall dog bombs the moon, She'll drive the big car (great stylophone effect), Bring me the disco king - more than just a track deviation, if somewhat of an oddity on this album, still brilliant. "Killing time in the 70's.' clever, reflective lyric in the song. Don't compare this album to Heathen, it is a very differnt album, with a different vibe, energy, mood and tone. Heathen, though, also a definitive work of art, not just another album
By peterpanwashere3 (south africa (west of greenland))
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Reality songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6669511|
|Release Date||Feb 15, 2005|
|Producer||David Bowie; Tony Visconti|
|Recording Time||49 minutes|