Lodger is the third and final entry in David Bowie’s late 70’s ‘Berlin’ trilogy, featuring his continued Brian Eno and Tony Visconti collaboration. Lodger is generally reckoned to be an underrated art-pop gem in the Bowie catalogue, so if you’ve not lodged yet, this reissue from Parlophone would be a perfect opportunity.
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10/10 Jack Customer review, 31st January 2018
After two avant-garde masterpieces with Brian Eno (Low and Heroes), Lodger ups the ante. Gone are the instrumental pieces, but in it's place is even more attitude and Bowie really cuts loose during this album, pretty much merging the Eno albums along with the more straight-ahead rock which was to follow with next years "Scary Monsters". Bowie's palette is so broad on Lodger that it overwhelms. It is hard to fathom what sort of imagination could conjure the stream of consciousness reverie of "African Night Flight" as well as the dream-state playfulness of "Red Sails"
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