I don't play music, but but I adoreitvery much, so don't blame my review here. RecentlybegantohearnewalbumDavidBowie "The Next Day", andreallylikedthealbumwhereheremindedme of his late seventies albums with producerTonyVisconti whom produced this album.I recommend you to listen to "The Next Day", "Valentine's Day" which gave me a reminisce of the beat era in the early 50s, "Dancing Out In Space", "(You Will) Set the World On Fire", "You Feel So Lonely You Could Die" which is a very Ziggyuetique song and the single "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)", which all have unique guitar riffs.
The album satisfies all Bowie's fans, from the Ziggy era to The Thin White Duke and The Berlin Era, even his 80s songs.
Michel Platini, once a magician on the pitch, fired France to victory in the 1984 European Championship having displayed some of the finest football the world had ever seen.
Cut to a scene 28 years later, however, and the same man was sat in a press room packed with journalists, being told that players at Euro 2012 will face a booking if they walked off the pitch in protest of racist abuse. Platini's demeanour on Wednesday cut a stark contrast to the one during his playing days, as the Uefa president offered a prickly response to questions regarding racism during the tournament...