Every David Bowie Album Ranked Worst To Best (By Guitar Power)
31. Tonight (1984)
The follow-up to his most commercially
successful album, 'Let's Dance', saw Bowie essentially produce a re-tread in terms of
production and musical direction. Unsurprisingly, it sold well to fans who were
expecting more of the same ‘Let’s Dance’ vibe.
Unfortunately, the quality of
the material was far short of its predecessor. A reliance on Iggy Pop covers
and co-writes was indicative of Bowie’s creative paucity at this point in his
career. Even Bowie himself confessed to not liking it much in later years.
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