David Bowie - I'm Afraid Of Americans FLAC
|1||I'm Afraid Of Americans||4:25|
|7243 8 38618 2 8, V25H-38618||David Bowie||I'm Afraid Of Americans (CD, Single)||Virgin, Virgin||7243 8 38618 2 8, V25H-38618||US||1997|
|DBISE 2017||David Bowie||I'm Afraid Of Americans (7", Single, Ltd, Red)||Parlophone||DBISE 2017||Spain||2017|
|none||David Bowie||I'm Afraid Of Americans (Umatic, Promo, 3/)||Virgin Records Video||none||US||Unknown|
|Y-38618, 7243 8 38618||David Bowie||I'm Afraid Of Americans (12")||Virgin, Virgin||Y-38618, 7243 8 38618||US||1997|
|DPRO-12749, 7087 6 12749 2 9||David Bowie||I'm Afraid Of Americans (CD, Maxi, Promo)||Virgin Records America, Inc., Virgin Records America, Inc.||DPRO-12749, 7087 6 12749 2 9||US||1997|
Promotional tape created by Virgin Records Video for 'I'm Afraid Of Americans'. In Virgin Records Video card sleeve . There is no release date.
Running time: 4:25.
I'm Afraid of Americans is a song by English singer-songwriter David Bowie, released as a single from his 1997 album Earthling. The song, co-written by Bowie and Brian Eno, was originally written during Bowie's studio sessions for the 1995 album Outside but was not released until a rough mix appeared on the soundtrack to the film Showgirls, and was subsequently remade for Earthling. A top 20 hit in Canada, the rework also peaked at number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent 16 weeks on that chart. Текст песни: Johnnys in America, Lo-Teks at the wheel No one needs anyone, they dont even just pretend Johnnys in America Im afraid of ,Rate up,and Subscribe Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such in album David Bowie - I'm Afraid Of Americans 1997. David Bowie - I'm Afraid Of Americans V1. David Bowie - I'm Afraid Of Americans V2. David Bowie - I'm Afraid Of Americans V3 feat. Ice Cube. David Bowie - I'm Afraid Of Americans V4. David Bowie - I'm Afraid Of Americans V5. David Bowie - I'm Afraid Of Americans V6. David Bowie. 2 Im Afraid of Americans V5 remixed by Photek. 3 I'm Afraid of Americans V4. 5 Im Afraid of Americans V3 with Special Guest Ice Cube. 6 I'm Afraid of Americans V2 reproduced by Nine Inch Nails. 7 Im Afraid of Americans V6. 9 I'm Afraid of Americans V1. Еще альбомы David Bowie. Watch the video for I'm Afraid of Americans from David Bowie's Earthling for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. David Robert Jones 8 January 1947 10 January 2016, known professionally as David Bowie, was an English singer, songwriter and actor. He was a leading figure in the music industry and is read more. He was a leading figure in the music industry and is considered one of the most influential musici read more. David Bowie needn't have recruited Trent Reznor to pilot this one-song remix project. His stamp is all over I'm Afraid of Americans' source album, Earthling. But while Bowie's full-length project exhibited a surprising amount of vitality, this maxi-single is just too derivative of Downward Spiral-era Nine Inch Nails to please Bowie-philes, and it only fuels mid-'90s criticism that Bowie was depending too heavily upon Reznor for ideas. Viewed as a Reznor project instead of a Bowie venture, however, it makes much more sense. As with all of Reznor's remix a. This was intended for Bowie's 1995 album, Outside. An early rough mix with different lyrics I'm afraid of the animals instead of Americans appeared on the soundtrack to Showgirls that year before landing on the Earthling album. This was Bowie's final entry on the Hot 100 while still alive Blackstar and Lazarus hit the chart after his death from liver cancer in 2016. I love this little prank of a song, and decided to surround the words with the sounds of the rest of the world that is watching India, Italy, France, Britain, Asia etc etc etc. I'm Afraid of Americans, recorded by David Bowie, is a song featured in the Person of Interest episode No Good Deed. It plays twice in the episode: during the taxi ambush where Fox intercepts Reese and Henry Peck, and at the end of the episode when the Machine flashes back to Alicia Corwin listening in on Finch's conversation with Peck. Rather, the song is a response to the ubiquitous global presence. This is DAVID BOWIE & TRENT REZNOR I'm Afraid of Americans by D O M & N I C on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who