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Station To Station (album) by David Bowie

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Station To Station
Station To Station by David Bowie (1976)
Overall rank: 158th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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85/100 (from 1,146 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 5 albums of 1976 (2nd)
Award Top 50 albums of the 1970s (40th)
Award Top 200 albums of all time (158th)

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David Bowie bestography

Station To Station is ranked 4th best out of 67 albums by David Bowie on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by David Bowie is The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars which is ranked number 15 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 95,905.

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Members who like this album also like: The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by David Bowie, Hunky Dory by David Bowie and Low by David Bowie.

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Station To Station track list

Track ratingsTrack ratings The tracks on this album have an average rating of 87 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).

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1.Track pickStation To Station
 90/100 (348 votes)
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2.Track pickGolden Years
 88/100 (289 votes)
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3.Word On A Wing
 87/100 (252 votes)
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4.TVC15
 85/100 (257 votes)
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5.Stay
 85/100 (243 votes)
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6.Track pickWild Is The Wind
 87/100 (258 votes)
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From xhitmanx
After not liking Diamond Dogs or Young Americans, I wound up liking Station to Station. I wouldn't compare it to Hunky Dory/Ziggy/Aladdin Sane, but this was solid.
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Favourite track: "Station To Station"
Least-liked track: "Wild Is The Wind"
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80/100
The concept introduced in the first track is gone by the third but the music remains solid.
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85/100
Frenético e ritmado.
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A transitional album after Young Americans plastic soul and before the experimental Low it starts off with the title track one of his most unique songs where he is the thin white duke. Golden Years is a classic song that could be played at a disco. Word On A Wing is a slower ballad. TVC15 is rocker. Stay is another dance song. The album closes with another ballad this one a very interesting cover. This an essential Bowie album.
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95/100
Dark, and cocaine-driven songs singed by Thin White Duke, a tormented soul that drives this album through an aspect of nightmare. This is one of bowie's most autobiographic work, and he didn't even remember doing It.
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Typically high-level mid-70s Bowie. I don't love it all, but most of it is just to good to dismiss.
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I'm a big Bowie fan and love nearly all his stuff (mid to late 80's was too poppy commercial). But this is my second favourite Bowie album - just behind Ziggy. 4 years separate those two albums but it might as well be 40 years in terms of any similarity of style, tone, vocals or just about anything.
2 exceptional albums by the same artist but anyone listening to them back to back would not believe it is the same guy, and only 4 little years apart. Who else does that?
The title track is immense and great courage to allow the instrumental build-up and holding it for so long. The mid section sets up the Thin White Duke and the final section he flicks another switch and pops it out.
TV15 and Golden Years are solid tracks and amongst the better known tracks. Stay does begin to show that deep luxurious voice building on the Plastic Soul of Young Americans, but for me the best two tracks are Wild is the Wind and the almost hymn-like Word on a Wing. Another comment below states Wild as the best cover version ever, I can't help but agree - his voice is superb. I'll take these two tracks at my funeral please.
When I was buying up his back catalogue (having got into him at Lets Dance in 83), this was the last one I bought. It was only 6 tracks and always seemed to be a bit more expensive than the other albums (which were also superb anyway) - but what a delight when I finally got it over 30 years ago. Still listen to it regularly and it doesn't feel dated or any less brilliant.
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La title track è immensa, il resto di poco inferiore.
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