This review relates to the 1999 CD remixed version.
Another album from my past; there seem to be a lot! I originally owned this on cassette, rather than vinyl. That copy was played in the car frequently during a holiday in Europe in, I think, 1981. It contains several of my favourite Bowie tracks (Fashion, Ashes to Ashes and the title song) and, on revisiting, seems more coherent an album than I recall. I had also forgotten how aggressive some of Robert Fripp's guitar work was. In places, it rivals some of his best for King Crimson.
This was one of the last I bought, as after this album. my interest in Bowie's work decreased, as somehow I felt that his peak had passed. The exception - Let's Dance (1999 Remastered Version).