I wrote this poem on the 5th of December 2017, and I felt that now was the right time to share it. It’s been a month, and I am ready to share it now.
Happy 2018, he says when he has already written the title of this post and the things I am going to discuss. This is the first post I’ve put up with a content warning. I don’t want to upset people. I was going to make this password protected, but it’s too important for me to block you from seeing in any way, so here we are.
So, it is once again the end of the year. No Christmas post, I am afraid, but in short; I got the Queen News of the World 40th Anniversary Boxset, I got Attack on Titan Volume 23, and most importantly, a Penny Whistle. The picture below shows some stuff.
And today is Christmas day. Merry Christmas. Since the first of the month, I have reviewed every David Bowie album, listened to every studio album from start to finish, and selected favourite songs (or least worst) from each album. And now its Christmas day, I will give you a full track by track of Blackstar.
Between 2004 and 2013, David Bowie was a virtual recluse. He no longer toured, he had not released a new album of original songs in almost a decade. I remember I was watching the news one night in my room, and Bowie’s picture popped up on the screen. He had released a new song.