Music Review: “Heroes” by David Bowie

One part when I listen to this song is, “We can be heroes.”, is iconic. It is edged in our memory. Who doesn’t want to be a hero? You can be a good role model and a hero for kids and adults. The song Heroes is so iconic. I can listen to this many times as I like. The word heroes is positive. It stands for good. I know I am a hero. Most of us are. It is just in the way David Bowie says it makes it unique. His words are so rare of understand Heroes in this music video. It is only him with a pink blank kind of psychedelic background towards it. It is light-colored with some dark contrast imagery along with him. He talks about what heroes really mean and we can be like the heroes before us. I just like the sound, rhythm, and rhymes of it. I give “Heroes” three and a half stars out of five. Three and a half stars!

Music Review: “Batdance” by Prince

I love the song Batdance. It reminds me when I first saw the movie Batman (1989) back in the theaters with my brother. When I saw the music video Batdance, I thought of it as awesome and cool! There were Batmens, and Jokers everywhere in the music video. The very first Dark Knight movie was just coming out and it was brand new. We all know what happened to the Joker back then when the movie ended. The movie was cool. you can call it a great masterpiece. Prince has made all the songs through the Batman soundtrack. I remember when I first had it. My sister gave it to me as a present. I listened to the whole tape and loved it. Of course, my favorite song of all time was Batdance, back in the day. It was all Batmania in the late 80’s. The song was a real treat. An instant classic Batman song! I give this song four stars out of five. Four Thumbs Up!

Music Review: “The Man Who Sold The World” by David Bowie

This song is mysterious in a creepy way. In the song, The Man Who Sold The World we get to see how the singer gets to meet this man and witnesses the bizarre stuff he does. He tells us that he had deep personal conversations with this man. We get to know The Man. He explains to David Bowie why he sold the world. This song was sung by another artist named Kurt Cobain from the alternative rock group Nirvana. However, the two versions from these two singers are different in styles and music. I love this song. It is my favorite David Bowie song. I also love the version from Nirvana. Both versions are awesome! I give this song three and a half stars out of five.