Sunday, January 17, 2016

David Bowie’s record – after his death – Expressen

David Bowie’s music streamed more than ever after his death.

Now even tops “Black Star” Billboard’s list of the week’s most popular albums.

David Bowie died two days after his last album “Black Star” was released – now tops the Billboard’s list of the week’s most popular albums. Which means “Black Star” to Bowie’s first album one ever, according to Billboard.

Three days after the artist’s death, the album had sold 174,000 copies, according to Nielsen Music. Also a record for Bowie, whose highest sales figure during the same time span earlier low of 85,000 albums sold.

With the Billboard chart are nine of David Bowie’s previous albums. Among the top 40 for “Best of Bowie” and “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust” and “The Spiders from Mars.”

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While Spotify has been the increased interest of David Bowie labeled by. 2700 percent. So great was the increase in listening to the artist after his death. On the global Spotifylistan, of the most streamed songs include “Heroes,” “Under Pressure” and “Let’s Dance” with.

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David Bowie passed away on Monday, January 11, 69 years old, after secretly battling cancer for 18 months.

With his last album, “Black Star” , was the song “Lazaraus” the lyrics and music video caused quite a stir after Bowie’s death.

“Lazarus”, which incidentally is a biblical character whom Jesus resurrects from the dead, begins with the lyrics “Look up here, I’m in heaven. I’ve got scars That Can not Be Seen “.

The music video ends with David Bowie going into a dark cupboard. Meanwhile, echoing the last lines of the text, which then took on a whole new meaning:

“Oh, I’ll be free

Just Like That bluebird

Oh In ‘ll Be Free

Is not that just like me “.

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