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This is a vintage used record album in very good condition. It has been visually inspected to be free from any glaring flaws that may interrupt normal play. There may or may not be some surface blemishes that may cause popping sounds but I guarantee the record will not skip. If it does contact me for a full refund. Unless otherwise noted you should also assumed the jacket is in very good condition.
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Cathy T,
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Warszawa is worth the price of the entire CD
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2016
Warszawa is worth the price of the entire CD IMO. Turn up the bass LOUD, turn out the lights and let this soul-filling, chilling, moving masterpiece take you. You''ve likely never heard bass like THIS before (thank Brian Eno for this, too). Wait for the vocals to begin -... See more
Warszawa is worth the price of the entire CD IMO. Turn up the bass LOUD, turn out the lights and let this soul-filling, chilling, moving masterpiece take you. You''ve likely never heard bass like THIS before (thank Brian Eno for this, too). Wait for the vocals to begin - Just incredible.

I really like the other instrumentals on the 2nd part of the album too. Ordering the other albums in his Berlin Trilogy now.
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SlickEMarshL
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bowie/Eno. Nuff said!
Reviewed in the United States on December 16, 2018
So much of this album is Brian Eno building songs with synthesizers, and Bowie adding vocals or sax on top of that. And I love that stuff! But if you wanna hear more "traditional" Bowie (if there even is such a thing) this might not be the album for you. If you like deep... See more
So much of this album is Brian Eno building songs with synthesizers, and Bowie adding vocals or sax on top of that. And I love that stuff! But if you wanna hear more "traditional" Bowie (if there even is such a thing) this might not be the album for you. If you like deep diving into unconventional places, jump on in!
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J. Gunning
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SHARE BRIDE, FAILING STAR
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2007
I would not describe Bowie''s presence as either "absent" or "alarmingly in your face" as the editorial review does. Having composed, or co-written, each of the 11 tracks and singing on at least 7, David Bowie is hardly absent. The sheer beauty of this record belies any... See more
I would not describe Bowie''s presence as either "absent" or "alarmingly in your face" as the editorial review does. Having composed, or co-written, each of the 11 tracks and singing on at least 7, David Bowie is hardly absent. The sheer beauty of this record belies any alarm, even when Bowie "post-punks" it out on the short tracks of the first half, exposing himself more than any listener, and hence, inoffensive yet stunning. There is a haunting beauty and yet a bleakness to the tone of this record, coupled with a deep and gorgeous humanity within a foreboding futuristic urban-scape, wracked with anxiety, decay and hope. Post modern, indeed, LOW is the first commercially viable Post Modern statement (if there is such a thing.)

Interestingly, the album opens with a textured instrumental "Speed Of Life" which emphasizes the album''s focus on music, and presumably not words. "Speed Of Life" also sounds the sense of an epilogue. The after-story is fascinating, starting with the violent so-called "post-punk" less-than-two-minute "Breaking Glass" revealing a strutting Bowie who chooses to place such sensibilities in the mainstream. I thought the lyric went "Don''t look at the carpet; I "THREW" something awful on it. . ." However, it goes "Don''t look at the carpet; I "DREW" something awful on it...!" The punk throws. The artist draws. LOW is Bowie discovering his artist, punk influenced certainly, but much more pop contemporary, and fascinated by technology and production. Bowie was as "cutting edge" as his artist has yet been.

Sound is paramount here; perhaps more so than song writing, but fortunately we have equal measures of both. We quickly learn here is merely an insightful economy of words, presumably born of the cut-up technique. Note the "new" sound from video games like Space Invaders on "What In The World" a sound no one would dare include on a record today, or even by the end of 1977, as it quickly became hackneyed. Here, it remains a relic revealing a remarkable innovation, not quite forgotten 30 years later and appreciated all the more. "Sound and Vision" flopped on the charts, but nonetheless captured the essence of that era, a little bit of the old 70s homage doo-wop, a danceable beat, and a great rock tune. Lyrically it describes the state Bowie must have been in ("blue, blue . . . pale blinds drawn all day, wondering what to say . . . blue, blue") looking for a new direction, "...waiting for the gift of sound and vision." "Sound and Vision" is so deconstructed it''s almost produced backwards, brilliant. "Always Crashing in the Same Car" includes savvy vocalizing by Bowie round a tune that is barely sung, revealing the poet in the pauper. "Be My Wife" is a nostalgic return to the pauper''s life, and perhaps the strongest song on the album. Its directness is punk in attitude, yet really a catchy roadhouse piano tune, and a surprisingly perfect fit here.

"A New Career In A New Town" is contextual, subverting the tone of the album away from the new direction (read "new wave") pop of the first half to internal monologue, most accurately termed "ambient," of the second. This track is commuting on a cold morning to a new job, the first day of school, past error and regret, resigned but introspective and sensitive. Notice the harmonica, Bowie brings an earthiness into this whole album with direct piano tunes, or guitar liquors, or his own strong harmonica, such as here, mixed with ambient electronica. This track closes side one of the short, unexpected rockers, all echoing the same tone, a mixture of completely modern and textbook.

The gentle, determined, and insightful "Art Decade" may be the most sophisticated of all of the second half, comprised of four tracks: the elegant "Warszawa" the nearly unbearable and haunting "Weeping Wall," and, finally, the inevitable and fitting funeral of our civilization and the dialogue between the modern world and the infinite, "Subterraneans." Our world is revealed a world subverted, and I suspect in 1977, and today, deluded. Bowie was an artist fully realizing himself, who saw how the world to come, here now, more and more evident, would strip away any artifice, plunder the personality, and hollow out humanity `til there was nothing left but our beautiful artifacts.
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L'éternel sourire
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
RYKO edition has 3 bonus tracks
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2019
The RYKO edition from the early 1990s has 3 extra tracks, not included on the original LP or on the following CD versions; so make sure you select the edition you want, depending whether you want more (14) or less (11) songs. And this comment might even appear on the... See more
The RYKO edition from the early 1990s has 3 extra tracks, not included on the original LP or on the following CD versions; so make sure you select the edition you want, depending whether you want more (14) or less (11) songs. And this comment might even appear on the version without bonuses.
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J. Brown
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great, Great Album
Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2012
I''ve always been a "fan" of David Bowie, the "popular" music anyway that I''ve always heard on the radio and on his greatest hits compilation. I''ve never dove into his individual albums before...until this one. I decided to give it a whirl after reading that it was one of... See more
I''ve always been a "fan" of David Bowie, the "popular" music anyway that I''ve always heard on the radio and on his greatest hits compilation. I''ve never dove into his individual albums before...until this one. I decided to give it a whirl after reading that it was one of Trent Reznor''s favorite albums. I''m extremely glad that I got this into my collection. The album is GREAT!! I''ve listened to it a few times a week for several weeks now and I have yet to get tired of it. Every track is unique, some electronic "Pop" music, great sounding beats, his unique voice throughout, and ending with several instrumental tracks. Which I have to say, the last, and "darkest" track on the album is my favorite. I''m very glad that I purchased this album, and would recommened it to anyone who enjoys a diverse selection of music.
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Argento
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Low - worth every penny
Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2003
When I was about 6, I discovered ''Scary Monsters'' by Mr. Bowie. It was my fathers, but I hijacked it, and listened to it for years. All the while, I had never bought any other Bowie albums. Of course, being a child in the 80''s, I liked China Girl and Modern Love, etc..... See more
When I was about 6, I discovered ''Scary Monsters'' by Mr. Bowie. It was my fathers, but I hijacked it, and listened to it for years. All the while, I had never bought any other Bowie albums. Of course, being a child in the 80''s, I liked China Girl and Modern Love, etc.. So it was with great surprise I realized I had always enjoyed the music, but for some reason, never started a collection. Until now. Looking for innovative music, I decided to dive into the Bowie catalogue with ''LOW'' being my first. It is, simply stated, a masterpiece. I can pick out groups of today that are obviously influenced by the duke, just from listening to this album. Sound + Vision is just an incredible song. The instrumentals are haunting, almost worthy of meditation. ''Be my wife'' has a heavy piano riff played over and over, it kind of reminds me of what Nine inch nails is good at..creating noises that should be disturbing, but end up flowing perfectly within the song. ''Always crashing in the same car'' seems to be a very personal song for Bowie, and you can feel the void in him. Actually, the whole CD makes you feel as if he''s grasping at answers to questions that he hasn''t asked himself yet. ''Warszawa'' is a hauntingly beautiful instrumental that is very powerful. I could go on forever, but in closing i''ll just say this- this album is obviously so far ahead of it''s time that it makes you wonder if Bowie created many genres of music thought to be new today.
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Coastwalker
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sky High success for "Low"
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2013
This collection of songs is a wonderful part of a 3-album period of brilliance for David Bowie. Each song is very unique and the album sets the listener on a journey of discovery. I was young when the outstanding "Low" was released. I wore the vinyl LP out from... See more
This collection of songs is a wonderful part of a 3-album period of brilliance for David Bowie. Each song is very unique and the album sets the listener on a journey of discovery. I was young when the outstanding "Low" was released. I wore the vinyl LP out from playing it so often. Amazing, but the CD sounds new and fresh after 30 years!! All of us who treasure great modern music also treasure Mr. Bowie. He''s a great artist who drove himself hard to be truly original. This album is one of the half-dozen best of his work to this point. David, we love you......keep up the superb work!!
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joey
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Heavy Brian Eno influence
Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2019
I always felt that some of Bowie''s best stuff was on this album. Unfortunately it is too short. Nonetheless a great record.
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CJ rambling man
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Too many lows and not enough highs on...Low.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 11, 2020
Low - released in early 1977: was the first of David Bowie''s albums of the semi-mythical ''Berlin trilogy'' - a term concocted,No doubt by the gushing music press of the day. It sees him in a very innovative,Arty,experimental mood and a deep frame of mind. Scattered by...See more
Low - released in early 1977: was the first of David Bowie''s albums of the semi-mythical ''Berlin trilogy'' - a term concocted,No doubt by the gushing music press of the day. It sees him in a very innovative,Arty,experimental mood and a deep frame of mind. Scattered by vocal,instrumental and semi-instrumental tracks; opening track is the instrumental: Speed of life - a good start.second track: Breaking glass is rather short and ends very abruptly - disappointing. I''m Skipping track 3,to fast track (sorry for pun) - Classic single: Sound and vision.a superb song - only let down is: there''s no surprise full length album version. The last fully vocal song,is track six: Be my wife.lyrically a rather personal song for Bowie.about how a rock star can tour and live all over the world - but still feel rather lonely - without a wife beside him to be his ''rock'' - lovely stuff. Next: a new career in town and track eight is: Warszawa - co-written by fellow electro-wizard - Brian Eno (he formerly of Roxy music).with vocals,in what I can only detect as Latin. Closing track: Subterraneans - is another sparse vocal contribution - and is a disappointing end to a rather patchy album. Tried and trusted producer: Tony Visconti is on hand at the control desk,and his backing musicians - including; Eno,Carlos Alamos,George Murray - who is superb on bass guitar throughout and Roy young on keyboards - evident on that ''Farfisa'' organ. (David) Bowie - keep it cool😎- is credited with playing a wide variety of instruments: guitar,saxophone,harmonica,piano et al.. My whole general impression of Low - is: it''s under par compared to some of his earlier classic albums,and rather than cutting edge and iconic - It''s too leftfield (for want of a better word),and on the whole - is too clever for its own good! I''ve never attended art or design college,so don''t have an appropriate background to become a natural hipster.i''m well aware of the hip and cool status - and respectability Bowie had with the music press and fans alike.could explain why I came late to appreciating some of his (earlier) work - but not Low - I''m afraid☹ Guess I''ll now get back to my; 10cc,ELO and Supertramp cd''s (guilty pleasures you see)🎸🎷😂 N.B. excellent re-mastering and packaging - classy colour photos of our man - and sufficient info,on this 1999 re-issues series.
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shawn cross
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
''Low Indeed''
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 12, 2015
Bowie''s move away from the glam rock of Ziggy and Aladdin Sane is never more thoughtful and atmospheric and brilliantly produced by ex Roxy music keyboard player Brian Eno in the 1976 released Low. Its a mile away from he`s previous efforts and by decamping to Berlin to...See more
Bowie''s move away from the glam rock of Ziggy and Aladdin Sane is never more thoughtful and atmospheric and brilliantly produced by ex Roxy music keyboard player Brian Eno in the 1976 released Low. Its a mile away from he`s previous efforts and by decamping to Berlin to take in the City''s atmosphere you can tell where the influence crept in. Sound and Vision is the single favourite from here but the haunting "Subterraneans" and "Warszawa" close the album which is the Eno influence. Don''t expect anything like what''s gone before and that''s a move away and in the right direction for this legend of music, Low takes a few listens but after that expect to be hooked for Bowie takes you somewhere you have never been before.
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Ocelot Octagon
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Just another classic from the greatest.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 7, 2015
Bowie''s Berlin era - side 1 poppy, commercial and sing-along fab, side 2 challenging, innovative, atmospheric, evocative, moody and inspired. Bowie is the greatest rock/pop singer songwriter that has ever lived. No question about it.
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JohnSMS
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Outstanding album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 23, 2013
I had very little knowledge of Bowie''s work when I bought this album but having started with Low, it has inspired me to listen to more and more of his music. This is a remarkable album in that less is certainly more. Every song is individual and the later instrumentals...See more
I had very little knowledge of Bowie''s work when I bought this album but having started with Low, it has inspired me to listen to more and more of his music. This is a remarkable album in that less is certainly more. Every song is individual and the later instrumentals (Warszawa and Art Decade in particular) take you back to another time in history. Bowie is a true innovator.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 13, 2020
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