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Lookin' Back, David Bowie: Sinister Odyssey Through a Treacherous Landscape

Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 17 February 1973

RIGHT NOW David Bowie's albums are the subject of more close and obsessive study than anybody else's since the days when hippies all over the world got themselves monstrously bombed, and then collapsed on the floor to attempt to unravel the dread secrets contained within the innocent-looking grooves of Highway 61 Revisited.

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