David Bowie:Let's Dance

Let's Dance is an album by David Bowie, released in 1983. It is a dance album with co-production by CHIC's Nile Rodgers. It was a departure from Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) for which Bowie received a bit of inside criticism; rather than joining the musical revolt against 1980s dance music, he had definitely joined the scene. Its title track has become a standard, and the album also featured the singles "Modern Love" and "China Girl", the latter causing something of a stir due to its suggestive promotional video. Oddly enough, "China Girl" was actually a new version of a song which Bowie had co-written with Iggy Pop for The Idiot. Let's Dance is also notable as a stepping stone for the career of the late Texan guitar virtuoso Stevie Ray Vaughan, who played on the album.

All songs written by David Bowie except "China Girl" lyrics and music by David Bowie and Iggy Pop, "Criminal World" lyrics and music by Peter Godwin, Duncan Browne, and Sean Lyons, "Cat People" lyrics by David Bowie, music by Giorgio Moroder.


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