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This is the final track from the 1970 LP, The Man Who Sold The World ... still one of my favorite Bowie albums. The song, a stirring, perpetual melody ushered in by timpani, was inspired by the works of Friedrich Nietzsche and H. P. Lovecraft. There is almost a cinematic grandeur to the musical composition, as though it had been created by Bowie for visual interpretation. Mick Ronson on guitar also uses some riffs gifted him by Jimmy Page.
My video uses concepts from Lovecraft's "Great Old Ones," Nietzche's Übermensch who take the form of the unleashed super-villains who survived the destruction of Krypton by being trapped in the phantom zone (many of the original inhabitants of Krypton were likewise patterned from the "overmen"), and also gives a nod to the origins of The Nephilim, the giants mentioned in Genesis, as suggested in Ridley Scott's Prometheus (2012). At times serious, it is an overall tongue-in-cheek rendition intended to flow with the music. Enjoy the show!
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